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Full Day Seminar: Friday, August 24, 2007, 8:00am – 5:00pm at Partnership I Building in the Research Park (next to NAVAIR) To Register: Registration by COB August 21, 2007: Registration Fee = $100 per person INCOSE Members = $25 All INCOSE Members who register and do not attend, will be invoiced $75 for holding a seat. Course materials, refreshments and lunch are included with your registration. Registration limited. First 50 entered in door prize drawing Partnership I Auditorium (Adjacent to NAWCTSD) Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division Research Parkway Orlando, FL directions at: Register using the following method: a) Complete the form on the next page and mail with your check (payable to INCOSE) Human Systems Integration Human Systems Integration (HSI) unites the 8 technical domains of human factors engineering, personnel, manpower, training, safety, occupational health, survivability, and habitability, to allow all human-related issues in system development to be addressed in an integrated manner. DoD Instruction requires an acquisition program manager to initiate an HSI program in order to optimize total system performance, minimize total ownership costs, and ensure that the system is built to accommodate the characteristics of the user population that will operate, maintain, and support the system. The motivation for conducting an HSI program is to control cost of ownership while still getting acceptable system performance and effectiveness. Experience across the public and private sectors reinforces the need to address human capital requirements early and effectively. Societal trends for military and non- military development programs are affected by manpower restrictions (limits on the number of people that are required to operate, maintain, and support a system), and on personnel restrictions (the knowledge, skills, and abilities that are required of operators, maintainers, and support staff.) Longer-term risks associated with safety, occupational health, environmental concerns, and habitability must be considered during development in order to be addressed effectively. The concerns across all these domains must be addressed conjointly during system design and development. The seminar presents principles of HSI and reviews issues and concerns of each of the domains, and explains how these activities across these separate areas should be integrated to improve system life-cycle costs related to personnel while also leading to improved system performance. The goals of the seminar are to introduce HSI concepts, principles, and activities that go beyond the individual domains of HSI, describe analysis and evaluation methods that serve multiple HSI domains, and promote the value of integrating the HSI domains versus addressing them separately.
Registration Form – Payment by check should be mailed to Jack Baumgardner, INCOSE Orlando Chapter Treasurer, 2618 Fawnlake Trail, Orlando, FL , make check out to INCOSE Orlando Chapter. Jack's address: Payment may also be made by credit card (we can accept American Express, Master Card and Visa), will need expiration date, you should receive an receipt. Please include your address, this is the only way we can the receipt to you. INCOSE Members can registration form to Cancellation Policy: Substitutions are permitted until the day before the course. Full refunds will be made prior to COB, August 21, No refunds will be made after that, although substitutions will be allowed. INCOSE-Orlando reserves the right to cancel the course with full refunds. Registration limited to first 75 people. Full Day Workshop Human Systems Integration (HSI) (Workshop materials, refreshments and lunch are included in your registration fee.) Name:____________________________________ Title:_________________________ Company:_______________________________________________________________ (required for e-confirmation):_________________________________________ Mailing Address:_________________________________________________________ Work/Cell Phone:_________________________________________________________ Circle One: Registration Fee = $100/person INCOSE Members = $25 (covers cost of lunch and refreshments) (Note to All INCOSE members: No Shows will be charged $75) For questions or additional information, contact Jack Baumgardner, or About the Instructor: Dr. Dennis J. Folds is Principal Research Scientist and GTRI Fellow at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), where he serves as chief of the Human Systems Integration Division and as chair of Georgia Techs Occupational Health and Safety committee. He is leading Human System Integration projects in support of the P-8(A) MMA, the Littoral Combat Ship Mine Warfare Module, and the Broad Area Maritime Surveillance (BAMS) program. His research interests include human decision making, assessment of training effectiveness, advanced auditory displays, user-centered design methodologies. He is Chair of the Human Engineering Working Group the Royal Australian Navys Project SEA 1411 (SH-2G(A)) and leads all human system engineering activities, including cockpit design and human engineering T&E. He was P.I. for a basic research program on training for rapid decision making, sponsored by the US Army Research Institute and DARPA. He served as P.I. for the Information Technology Technical Assistance and Training Center (ITTATC) at Georgia Tech, sponsored by the National Institutes for Disability and Rehabilitation Research. He directed the development of software tools to help designers and managers of advanced traffic management centers in design, staffing, and day-to-day operations. He received his Ph.D. in Engineering Psychology from Georgia Institute of Technology in Human Systems Integration (HSI) August 24, 2007 Orlando, Florida NOTE: Park in Partnership II lot & walk to Partnership I. UCF tows cars.