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Aspects of Control Room Operation; Air Traffic Control

This suggests how working in a control room (industrial, air traffic control, etc.) is multi-aspectual functioning and why it is that things can fail for a number of reasons. This concerns the immediate on-going activity by operators in the control room, rather than design of the control room, supply to the room, etc. We give the aspect, then its kernel meaning in brackets, then an example or two of life in the control room as seen from that aspect.

(The above list was compiled out of inspiration by John Wood, MD of CCD Design and Ergonomics Ltd., after he gave a talk on control room failures at the IEE People In Control Conference, June 2001.)

This page provides examples illustrating various things within The Dooyeweerd Pages, which explain, explore and discuss Dooyeweerd's interesting philosophy. Email questions or comments would be welcome.

Copyright (c) 2004 Andrew Basden.

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