Automation and cyber security risks on the railways: the human factors implications.
Thon, Eylem; Faily, Shamal
Dr Shamal Faily firstname.lastname@example.org
Automation improves rail passenger experience, but may reduce cyber resilience because it fails to adequately account for human factors. Preliminary results from a study on signallers and automation confirms this, but judicious use of modelling tools may ensure design for automation considers this.
THON, E. and FAILY, S. 2022. Automation and cyber security risks on the railways: the human factors implications. Presented at the 2022 International conference on ergonomics and human factors, part one (EHF2022 Online), 11-12 April 2022, [virtual event].
|Presentation Conference Type||Conference Paper (unpublished)|
|Conference Name||2022 International conference on ergonomics and human factors, part one (EHF2022 Online)|
|Conference Location||[virtual event]|
|Start Date||Apr 11, 2022|
|End Date||Apr 12, 2022|
|Deposit Date||Feb 13, 2022|
|Keywords||Cyber security; Human factors; Railway systems; Human computer interaction|
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