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The story of Choe: The reality of Human Factors Engineering and Ergonomics in the automotive development process
9:02pm - 20/02/2015

I often get asked from human factors engineers and ergonomists working in other industries what is special about the car industry. Thankfully, I rarely get asked
what our contribution to vehicle design and development is by mecha
The quiet revolution
12:16pm - 06/01/2013

(adapted from Nick's article in the January issue of the Ergonomist)

For those of us who follow IEHF on twitter, or Steven Shorrock's personal account, and/or were involvedĀ  the relevant DfT IEHF consultation reply prepared by the Driving Ergonomics SIG over a year ago, this is not news: the number of (official) voices in support of a graduate licensing for new drivers in the UK is growing. Insurance companies welcome the addition
Inactivity in the blog means hyperactivity in the real-world!
10:13pm - 01/12/2011
I know it's been a while since I last blogged here, but actually the reason is there has been too much going on and deciding what to blog about became a laborious task itself! There is plenty to come, nonetheless (because there's plenty that has been done recently). Among these:

after various delays and problems with the editing process (among which the manuscript was lost), an article
About the controversial take of Top Gear on electric vehicles
5:00pm - 15/08/2011

The latest episode of BBC's Top Gear saw Jeremy Clarkson and James May embark on a journey in Lincolnshire in two electric vehicles: the Peugeot Ion and the Nissan Leaf. In the feature, the duo set off from an unclear location towards the seaside resort of Cleethorpes, in Lincolnshire. Of course, the timeline and the background of the video broadcasted is not clearly communicated and the speed by which they ran out of char
The LFS-11 is unveiled. The season for LUM begins!
4:24pm - 15/07/2011

In a suitably prudent ceremony, Loughborough University Motorsport (LUM) unveiled their competitor for this year's Formula Student season. The event took place at the LUM base in the Department of Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering, whic