The People and Systems Symposium

Venue: Grange City Hotel

Location: London W1, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Nov 16, 2005 End Date/Time: Nov 17, 2005
Registration Date: Nov 01, 2005
Early Registration Date: Nov 01, 2005
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Description

Aims
The People & Systems symposium provides a forum for the presentation and discussion of papers on recent developments and future trends in Human Factors Engineering. The event will offer practical engineering solutions for recognised problems in the field. The technical scope will cover:
· Solutions to common Human Factors problems
· Commercial and technical costs and benefits of Human Factors Integration
· Presentations of early or mature research results and case studies

Speakers
A number of leading international experts in human systems development will deliver invited presentations and Keynotes Speakers confirmed to date include:
· Field Marshall The Lord Vincent, Cranfield University
· Mike Markin – MoD Science & Technology
· Professor Erik Hollnagel, Linköping University
· Dr Bruce Callander, MoD Research Acquisition Organisation
· Stuart Arnold, QuinetiQ
· Professor Nigel Shadbolt, Southampton University

Delegates
The symposium will be of practical value to systems engineers and managers from industry, defence and academia involved in the design, development and procurement of complex systems used by people. It is also intended that the symposium will be of interest and highly relevant to both civilian and military operational and technical staff including people working in:
· Control rooms
· Land vehicles, trains, ships and aircraft
· Command centres: police, military, disaster management

Venue
Grange City Hotel, Cooper’s Row, London EC3N 2BD. Tel +44(0) 207 863 3700 Email: City@grangehotels.com

Scope
The symposium will cover topics including, (but not limited to):

Systems Design Challenges

· Involving end-users and operators in the search for design solutions
· The universal system dilemma - to automate or not
· Human performance and safety
· Scenario based system requirements capture
Systems Engineering and Human Factors Integration
· The project manager’s viewpoint
· Issues of system autonomy
· “Something old, something new” - re-engineering legacy systems
· Obtaining management “buy-in” to the solutions
· Integrating human factors into the systems engineering life cycle
Evaluating People & Systems
· Human factors process risk assessment
· Network enablement capability
· Verification and accreditation techniques
· Designing joint cognitive

Venue

City
London W1
United Kingdom
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Additional Information

Members of the IEE £150 plus VAT Non Members of the IEE £180 plus VAT