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Human Modelling in Assisted Transportation

Models, Tools and Risk Methods

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  • © 2011


  • Keynotes from researchers and academics from top Universities and Research Centers in the world
  • Advanced methods for engineering design and assessment of Human Factors repated issues
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The objective of this Workshop is to confront models, methods and tools developed within the projects with the ongoing research worldwide and to provide an environment for fruitful exchange of ideas. The main topics are: 1. Advanced human models in transportation. 2. Human Errors and Risk Assessment in design processes of assistance systems. 3. Methods and tools to prevent erroneous behaviour to mitigate its consequences. The Workshop will consist of 10 keynote lectures as well as approximately 28 peer reviewed papers.

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Table of contents (41 papers)

Editors and Affiliations

  • European Commission, Inst. for Protection & Security of Citz., Ispra VA, Italy

    P. Carlo Cacciabue

  • VTI, Linköping, Sweden

    Magnus Hjälmdahl

  • Leiter Technologiecluster, Oldenburg, Germany

    Andreas Luedtke

  • Kite Solutions, Laveno Mombello, Italy

    Costanza Riccioli

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