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Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: Human Factors and Human-Machine Interface (HMI)

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Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: Human Factors and Human-Machine Interface (HMI) Unit 1 - Introduction & Overview of Human Factors (HF)   + £0.00
Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: Human Factors and Human-Machine Interface (HMI) Unit 2 - Usability and User Experience (UX)   + £0.00
Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: Human Factors and Human-Machine Interface (HMI) Unit 3 - Research Methods   + £0.00
Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: Human Factors and Human-Machine Interface (HMI) Unit 4 - Design & Evaluation Methods   + £0.00
Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: Human Factors and Human-Machine Interface (HMI) Unit 5 - Trust & Acceptance   + £0.00
Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: Human Factors and Human-Machine Interface (HMI) Unit 6 - Workload, Distraction and Human Error   + £0.00
Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: Human Factors and Human-Machine Interface (HMI) Unit 7 - Anthropometry   + £0.00
Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: Human Factors and Human-Machine Interface (HMI) Unit 8 - Sensory Capabilities   + £0.00
Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: Human Factors and Human-Machine Interface (HMI) Unit 9 - Final Assessment   + £0.00

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Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: Human Factors and Human-Machine Interface (HMI)

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Course overview

This course provides an introduction to the key subjects, disciplines and science used by Human Factors (HF) specialists, focusing on how they can be applied to the development of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs). 

Split into 8 units, the course introduces each subject area and then explores a greater level of detail within each area. Each unit starts with an overarching understanding of the different sub-disciplines moving into tools and methods that can be applied at different stages of development of CAV features, products or services.   

The knowledge from completing this course should be sufficient for learners to gain a high level understanding of the Human Factors domain and identify if and when it is appropriate to bring in the correct expertise to support the engineering development process.

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The Transport Systems Catapult (Connected Places Catapult ) is the UK’s technology and innovation centre for Intelligent Mobility. It is a neutral, not-for-profit, Technology and Innovation company which aims to make the UK a world leader in Transport Innovation.

Prof. Gary Burnett PhD HF, MSc IT & HF, BEng Civil Eng Professor of Transport Human Factors, Faculty of Engineering:

Martin Pett Registered Member of IEHF, MSc Ergonomics, Industrial Design BA Hons 

Jamie Chan-Pensley MSc Applied Psychology, BSc Psychology  

 

 

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What you will learn
• Achieve a baseline understanding of the core disciples and subject areas of Human Factors.
• Understand the inter-relationships between the sub-disciplines within Human Factors.
• Understand how HF can influence design choices.
• Understand the methodologies that should be used to deliver human-centred CAV products and services.
Who should learn
The course is aimed at anyone at any level interested in the how the human integrates as part of the CAV system. This course will be of interest to anyone keen to understand more about human capabilities and challenges in the development of CAVs and user interfaces.
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