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Designing new interfaces for submarines: from cognitive work analysis to ecological interface design

Designing new interfaces for submarines: from cognitive work analysis to ecological interface design
Designing new interfaces for submarines: from cognitive work analysis to ecological interface design
Current submarine control rooms show a high degree of technical evolution, although future additions may cognitively overload operators. Additional sensors, capabilities and technology may prove difficult to effectively use for even the most trained operators. To mitigate this, the Command Team Experimental Test-Bed project aims to assess current methods of work, and how they can be improved. Cognitive Work Analysis will be used to assess current interfaces, with results informing new Ecological Interface Designs. It is anticipated that these new interfaces will reduce operator workload. This paper details how completed analyses are directly informing interfaces, ensuring that they meet required needs.
413-425
Springer
Fay, Daniel
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Stanton, Neville
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Roberts, Aaron
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Stanton, N.
Landry, S.
Di Bucchianico, G.
Vallicelli, A.
Fay, Daniel
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Stanton, Neville
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Roberts, Aaron
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Stanton, N.
Landry, S.
Di Bucchianico, G.
Vallicelli, A.

Fay, Daniel, Stanton, Neville and Roberts, Aaron (2016) Designing new interfaces for submarines: from cognitive work analysis to ecological interface design. Stanton, N., Landry, S., Di Bucchianico, G. and Vallicelli, A. (eds.) In Advances in Human Aspects of Transportation. vol. 484, Springer. pp. 413-425 . (doi:10.1007/978-3-319-41682-3_35).

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Abstract

Current submarine control rooms show a high degree of technical evolution, although future additions may cognitively overload operators. Additional sensors, capabilities and technology may prove difficult to effectively use for even the most trained operators. To mitigate this, the Command Team Experimental Test-Bed project aims to assess current methods of work, and how they can be improved. Cognitive Work Analysis will be used to assess current interfaces, with results informing new Ecological Interface Designs. It is anticipated that these new interfaces will reduce operator workload. This paper details how completed analyses are directly informing interfaces, ensuring that they meet required needs.

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Accepted/In Press date: 4 May 2016
Published date: 31 July 2016
Venue - Dates: 4th International Conference on Human Factors in Transportation, Walt Disney World®, United States, 2016-07-27 - 2019-07-31
Organisations: Civil Maritime & Env. Eng & Sci Unit, Transportation Group, Faculty of Engineering and the Environment

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Local EPrints ID: 399088
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/399088
PURE UUID: d5f3eff6-ed67-4a61-bf78-c624857c4c6e
ORCID for Neville Stanton: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-8562-3279

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Date deposited: 04 Aug 2016 11:16
Last modified: 18 Feb 2021 17:13

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Author: Daniel Fay
Author: Neville Stanton ORCID iD
Author: Aaron Roberts
Editor: N. Stanton
Editor: S. Landry
Editor: G. Di Bucchianico
Editor: A. Vallicelli

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