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Human factor Integration Method in complex naval systems design: an example, Military Integrated Bridge IBEO (Illustrateur de Besoin d'Exploitation Operationnelle)

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2 Author(s)
Pellin Blin, M. ; MoD, DGA/DET/CTSN, Toulon, France ; Bry, A.

In order to match to the French Navy major goal on crew reduction, the Navy Staff and DGA have developed a prospective human centered design approach based on realistic dynamic future work organisation representation using the IBEO process and simulation tools. The IBEOs are developed to specify and assess the new work organisations, new automation level, new human computer interaction modes, as well as the new training characteristics. These tools allow an active and reasoned participation of final users since the very early stages of a program. The IBEO "Military Integrated Bridge System" is presented as a use case.

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Oceans 2005 - Europe  (Volume:1 )

Date of Conference:

20-23 June 2005