Presentation on theme: "Human Factors Integration for MODAF: Needs and Solution Approaches Anne Bruseberg Systems Engineering & Assessment Ltd, UK (HFI DTC) Gavan Lintern General."— Presentation transcript:
Human Factors Integration for MODAF: Needs and Solution Approaches Anne Bruseberg Systems Engineering & Assessment Ltd, UK (HFI DTC) Gavan Lintern General Dynamics, US INCOSE 2007 Symposium, San Diego, 27 June 2007 email@example.com
HFI domains Human Factors Engineering System Safety Manpower Training Personnel Health Hazards HFI Organisational & Social
HFI Functions HFI creates value through: –Raising potential issues and preventing risks –Establishing validated insight –Providing methods, processes, data, standards, expertise –Enabling user involvement –Undertaking a design mediation and communication role
Why and How Why integrate HFI with MODAF? –SE needs HFI Enable socio-technical systems design Need to specify people-related design decision areas –Explicitly; Correctly; Early –MODAF (version 1.0) has shortfalls in that –HFI needs SE MODAF is now mandated Coping with design of complex systems Opportunity for early involvement How? – Human Views (HVs): Model human-related elements of Enterprises Ensures common modelling approach Helps HFI to relate to SE concepts/methods
MODAF (version 1.0) shortfalls HFI trends and standards are not captured. Human performance metrics, targets, and limitations are not specified. Human role/job/organisational design is insufficiently captured. Allocation of function decisions/ information requirements specifications may be technology-lead. Team activity and team requirements are insufficiently captured.