Human Factors in Transport Automation

Date: 05-Dec-17 to 05-Dec-17
Location: Institution of Mechanical Engineers / London / United Kingdom
Category: Technology Conferences & Trade Fairs

With the unprecedented growth of developments in automated systems across the transportation sector, ensure you are taking into account human factors to mitigate against potential human error and incidents.

Attend this workshop to hear from those paving the way in automation in the rail, automotive and aerospace industries. Be a part of the discussions shaping the future of transport automation engineering at expert-led round tables.

Take back successful strategies to better incorporate human factors into your automated system design that will increase user safety and reduce the risk of incidents.


- Hear an exclusive update on the outcomes of the truck platooning project, direct from the Volvo Group Trucks Technology
- Network Rail share key insights into the introduction of automatic train operation (ATO) onto the Great Britain Network
- Jaguar Land Rover address the challenges of human machine interface (HMI) for autonomous vehicle design
- Gain insights from the Civil Aviation Authority and their plans to incorporate human factors in autonomous systems into aerospace regulation

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