Human Factors In Aviation

In aviation, there is zero room for error and yet human error remains the primary cause of incidents. Aviation industries invest heavily in new equipment and systems, hoping that it will help. But updated technology does not always solve the problem and it is important to anticipate how the human will react to the changes.

Human factors is key to understand our abilities and limitations when we interact with new technology, systems, or communication structures. By letting the human-centered design professionals work their magic, we will be able to ensure safe, effective, and comfortable use of aviation technology and increase performance.

Safety depends on human factors

These days, the airline industry is investing heavily in new equipment and systems. But technology can advance much faster than we’re able to gauge how people will interact with it. We can’t just rely on experience and intuition anymore, and that’s why human factors is key. When we understand our abilities and limitations as we interact with new technology, we’ll be able to ensure safe, effective and comfortable use of it.

Human Factors In Aviation

In aviation, there's no room for error.

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