The Human Machine Interface within a control room is the main (and in some cases only) interface and operator has with the rest of a system. Therefore, the HMI, is an operator's primary source of data.
Why should you Attend:
This means that a single operator can oversee a greater range of responsibility. With this, however, it is more critical and more difficult to maintain situational awareness. Situational awareness is an essential requisite for responding to events in a timely manner.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Why is the HMI important?
Good and bad examples of HMI
Elements of the HMI that can be developed
Impact of alarm handling on effective operation
Who Will Benefit:
Strategic and Operational Decision Makers within Complex Systems
Engineers involved in the Development of Control Systems
Control Operators within Complex Systems
Ben Woodcock is a Human Factors Consultant with over 20 years’ experience of applying his discipline across several industries, including Rail and Transportation, Energy and Defense. He has operated within several countries including the UK, USA, Canada and UAE. He is currently the Project Delivery Director at SNC Lavalin’s Rail and Transit Division, based in Calgary, Canada.
Event Fee: One Dial-in One Attendee Price: US $150.00
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