Tag: control room design

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Mining & Resources

Human factors in a naval control room: A quick catch up with DSTO’s Susan Cockshell

Susan Cockshell works within the weapons and combat systems division for the Defence Science & Technology Organisation. She has been involved with the organisation for 18 years focussing on integrating human needs and requirements into acquisition projects and conducting user-centred design for systems and operations rooms. We caught up with Susan for a brief Q&A…

9 Feb 2015, by Test1 Test1

Energy & Utilities

Mining & Resources

Planning & Design

3 Q&A’s with Geoff Ross of Airservices Australia

How does one manage 4 million flights a year through 11% of the world's airspace? Geoff Ross from Airservices Australia sheds some light about air traffic control rooms including the Integrated Tower Automation Suite (INTAS) project. Tell us a little about the INTAS Project? The delivery of services to the aviation industry by Airservices Australia…

12 Jan 2015, by Test1 Test1

Mining & Resources

Close-Up: Jacquelene Symond

Colours can have a tremendous psychological effect on people, their work and their mood. In a control room environment the right colour choice is critical to ensure that signals and messages can be appropriately prioritised. Jacquelene Symond is the Principal at The Colour Agency and a colour specialist specifically trained in the field of applied…

17 Feb 2014, by Test1 Test1