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11th International Symposium on Human Factors in Organisational Design and Management (ODAM 2014) CPH Conference

Real time dynamic simulations and delayed time static simulation in human factors specialist’s toolkit: two different ways for e
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Author:Jesús VILLENA (Ergotec – ICSI, ISDEFE – AENA, Ergotec, France)
Esther DE LA FUENTE (Ergotec – ICSI, ISDEFE – AENA, Ergotec, France)
Samuel LE GAL (Ergotec – ICSI, ISDEFE – AENA, Ergotec, France)
Date: 2014-08-19     Track: B - Special sessions     Session: B6 - Simulations: The integration of human factors and ergonomics – part I
DOI:10.4122/dtu:2478

Simulation is a tool required in any process of technical and organizational design. Depending on project goals, simulation may have different levels of realism, involve more or less resources (technical, time, economic, etc.), multiple goals (quality, safety, training, etc.) and can be used in a wide range of sectors and areas of design (architectural, computer, industrial, purely organizational, etc.). However, the whole range of simulation methods could be described according to different models. In this presentation we will describe two of those models of simulation processes used in the design of high-risk environments.