Human Factors News
Researchers at Embry-Riddle – home to the nation’s only undergraduate Aerospace Physiology program – are unraveling the cognitive, psychological and physiological factors that can affect human performance in aircraft and spacecraft, as well as in healthcare settings.
- Encroaching Drones Usually Go Unseen by Pilots, New Study Confirms
- Vibrating Vest Helps Combat Flight Deck Disorientation
- Improving Patient Care: Human Factors Study Highlights Handoff Risks
- Growing Commercial Space Industry Needs Policy Experts
- Corporate Careers Beckon in User Experience Research
- Q&A: How Much of a Threat Do Drones Pose to Air Travel?
- Trio of Aerospace Physiology Students Complete First Hospital Rotations
- Traffic Deaths Among First Responders: Expert Calls for Evidence-Based Solutions
- Aviation Safety: Efforts to Combat Hypoxia Win Top Honor
- Embry-Riddle Flight Instructor Muhammad Omar Answers the Call to Help a Student Pilot in Distress
- Scott Shappell Improves Safety by Factoring in the Human Element
- Persistence Pays Off: Life-Saving Jet Technology Earns Top Aviation Prize
- Do You Read Me?
- Students Building Underwater Virtual Reality Headset for Space Training
- Embry-Riddle Brasil and CFLY Aviation Announce New Partnership