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A Podcast all about Human Factors and its application. Barry Kirby is a Fellow of the CIEHF as well as a Chartered Ergonomist and Human Factors Practitioner as well as a Chartered Engineer.

A Podcast all about Human Factors and its application. Barry Kirby is a Fellow of the CIEHF as well as a Chartered Ergonomist and Human Factors Practitioner as well as a Chartered Engineer.

Location:

United Kingdom

Genres:

Podcasts

Description:

A Podcast all about Human Factors and its application. Barry Kirby is a Fellow of the CIEHF as well as a Chartered Ergonomist and Human Factors Practitioner as well as a Chartered Engineer.

Twitter:

@baz_k

Language:

English

Contact:

07951330534


Episodes

Users and Government Digital Strategy – an Interview with Lee Waters MS

4/11/2021
To have a successful user experience takes more than just a good user interface, it needs to have the user centred approach at the core of the product and the…

Duration:00:43:03

VR, AR and XR in Human Factors- In discussion with Prof. Bob Stone

3/29/2021
In a career that has spanned 41 years to date, Prof. Bob Stone has had significant input into the Human Factors domain as a whole, as well as more specifically…

Duration:00:37:47

Human Factors on the other side of the world – An interview with Dr Karl Bridges

3/17/2021
Dr Karl Bridges is the Managing Director of HFEx, based in New Zealand. He is a member of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of New Zealand (HFESNZ) and is…

Duration:00:51:29

Design for Everybody – An interview with CIEHF President -Amanda Widdowson

3/1/2021
Being the CIEHF president is no mean undertaking, its a three year commitment, being the face of the Institute and representing members at different meetings and other organisations. But this…

Duration:00:42:35

Virtual Humans – Should we be concerned? An interview with David Burden

2/14/2021
From engaging with “Commander Data” as a colleague, to future aggressors being machines like the Terminator, the Borg or Hal, the idea that computers will become more like humans and…

Duration:00:32:52

Continuing Professional Development in 2021 with Martin Thody

2/1/2021
2020 certainly delivered its own curveball challenges on many working fronts and trying to do Continuing Professional Development (CPD) from the bedroom or kitchen table was certainly “interesting”. In this…

Duration:00:32:24

Air with Prof Paul Lewis and Jo Polson

10/5/2020
We breathe it every day and are very aware of the larger issues of air pollution and the future effect on humanity. But what about the day to day, what…

Duration:00:57:55

HF Tools for Embedded displays – A discussion with Matt Jackson

9/21/2020
When this was recorded, it was the 1st birthday of this podcast, so Happy Birthday to us. There are precious few HF tools that are made with the input of…

Duration:00:49:13

Human Factors in NASA -An insight into HF on the Orion Programme.

9/7/2020
Human Factors is applied to many domains, but perhaps one of the most challenging is the Space environment due to the very nature that it is not of this world. …

Duration:00:34:32

AI and Digital Health SIG – An interview with Dr Mark Sujan

8/24/2020
One of the areas where Human Factors is getting more traction is within the Healthcare sector. It is still a slow burner though with lots more work to be done,…

Duration:00:47:35

Human Factors Trials – An interview with Vicki Wall FCIEHF

8/3/2020
Many practitioners believe that working on Trials and Assessments, where equipment and systems that have been designed and developed are tested with users, are some of the most enjoyable parts…

Duration:00:43:31

CIEHF Defence Sector Group – An interview with Co-Chair Steve Harmer FCIEHF

7/5/2020
Steve Harmer is the Human Factors capability lead for BMT Defence and Security. He was the winner of the “H Rowbotham Award for Outstanding Contribution to HFI” in 2015, and…

Duration:00:50:15

Revolution in Tactical Training during lockdown – Edward Thody and Matthew Llewellyn

7/1/2020
Lock-down has inspired a lot of people to think differently about what they are doing and how they do it. How to keep training going for University Officer Cadets through…

Duration:00:23:10

Farming PPE – Inspiring future collaboration

5/7/2020
This podcast is more of a case study, looking at the phenomenon that is the “Frontline 3D Farms” where Rob Venus and Dr Dimitris Pletsas reacted to the drastic need…

Duration:01:19:31

Using Cyber in Covid-19 Lockdown – a discussion with Amanda Kirby

4/16/2020
Amanda Kirby is a systems engineer and the research director of K Sharp. Whilst somewhat of a captive interviewee, she details her career path, and what drove her to engage…

Duration:00:56:09

When Podcasts collide – Working from Home Tips from the Travelling Ergonomist

3/29/2020
Many of us have been working at home for a week or so now, and perhaps the novelty is starting to wear off. In the coming weeks is when we…

Duration:00:24:45

Meet the CIEHF Chief Exec – Dr Noorzaman Rashid

3/16/2020
Meeting the man with the mission of navigating the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors through the next five years. Dr Noorzaman Rashid is the recently appointed Chief Executive…

Duration:00:27:48

Human Factors in Space – An interview with Susan Buckle, UK Space Agency

3/2/2020
Susan Buckle is the Education and Outreach Manager at the UK Space Agency. This is on the back of an enviable career at the European Space Agency. In this interview…

Duration:00:38:19

Automation and Human Factors – An interview with Dr Malcolm Cook

2/18/2020
This episode looks at the evolution of Automation and in particular some of the things we should be considering from the Human Factors Viewpoint. Dr Malcolm Cook joined me during…

Duration:00:48:53

CPD – Tips for 2020 with Julia Clarke and Martin Thody

2/3/2020
This podcast is timed to coincide with the start of the CPD year and brings together two experts in CPD who are also involved with the CPD assessment process for…

Duration:00:46:51