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SHIELD Human Factors Taxonomy and Database for Learning from Aviation and Maritime Safety Occurrences
The SAFEMODE Project
A tale of two cities
The HURID framework
SHIELD-Translating Incidents into Safety Lessons
eGuidance-The Human Factors Compass
Data quality and trust for safety learning culture
Human Factors Based Risk Models Development
Domain Case studies & forward looking Scenarios-Maritime
Case Study: Human Response in emergency situation-the case of ship collision
Aviation Forward Looking Scenarios & Domain Case Studies
Aviation Case Study_ En route ATC Wake Alerting
Translating Incidents into SAFETY Lessons-SHIELD
The Human Factors Compass
Safety Eye-A rapid safety culture assessment tool
Using SAFEMODE Risk Models to support learning from maritime accidents
Real time neurophysiological measurement of individual and teamwork
Towards a Safety Learning Culture for the Shipping Industry
Data quality for safety learning
SHIELD Human factors taxonomy & database for safety analysis
Human Performance for digital and automated environments: Challenges and Advances for design and safety assessment
Using occurence data to map the elements of a risk model
From the aviation domain to the maritime: an application of the SAFEMODE methodology
How well do Human Factors tools really support the design process?
A tale of two simulations
The application of human factors in wake vortex encounter flight simulations for the reduction of flight simulations for the reduction of flight upset risk and startle response
Towards an Action-Oriented Safety Culture Maturity Scale
The Application of Human Factors in Wake Vortex Encounter Flight Simulations for the Reduction of Flight Upset Risk and Startle Response
Co-Development Approach Integrating Training into the Design Process
Producing Human Factor Recommendations in the Aviation Sector
Co-Development Approach integrating Training into the Design Process
Design of a human factors database for learning from safety occurrences in the aviation and maritime domains
Reverse Swiss Cheese - Driving Safety Culture from the blunt end
HURID framework to support design, operations, and continuous monitoring
Human Assurance Toolkit-Why and how it can be useful for safer designs and operations
SHIELD Human factors taxonomy & database for safety learning
Synergies between maritime and aviation for Human Factors and Safety
Integrating human factors in risk-based design. A critical review
Effective Learning from Safety Events Reporting Takes Two: Getting to the Root & Just Culture
Combining Lexical and Dense Retrieval for Computationally Efficient Multi-hop Question Answering
Quantification of influence and interest at IMO in Maritime Safety and Human Element
Prediction of human-machine interface (HMI) operational errors for maritime autonomous surface ships (MASS)
Human Factors Analysis for a New Wake Vortex Air Traffic Alert
Is Our Human Factors Capability in Aviation and Maritime Domains Up to the Task?
A multimodal and signals fusion approach for assessing the impact of stressful events on Air Trafc Controllers
Brain–Computer Interfaces: Toward a Daily Life Employment
Knowledge Graph Simple Question Answering for Unseen Domains
Brain–Computer Interface-Based Adaptive Automation to Prevent Out-Of-The-Loop Phenomenon in Air Traffic Controllers Dealing With Highly Automated Systems
How Neurophysiological Measures Can be Used to Enhance the Evaluation of Remote Tower Solutions
New approaches for assessing the activities of operators of complex technical systems
SAFEMODE presentation #2 at 10th EASN conference
Synergies between Modes of Transport and the Human
Brief project presentation by Deep Blue