Simplifying FRAM : Using Questionnaire To Analyse Working Performance

Functional Resonance Analysis Method (FRAM) is a system-based method to understand the interactions between humans, the organization, and technology in complex systems. By finding out the discrepancies between how work is supposed to be done (work as imagined, WAI) and how work is actually carried out (work as done, WAD), FRAM can help identify the variabilities in system.

Researcher

Wulin Tian

Supervisor

Dr Carlo Caponecchia

Level
PhD
Workplace

Remotely Piloted Aircraft: A Human Factors Investigation into Human Performance Limitations

Remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS) have evolved rapidly over the past two decades, largely as a result of the manned military and commercial aviation technologies advanced over the past century. The removal of the human pilot from the physical aircraft cockpit has allowed new missions to be flown e.g. high-risk environments, inaccessible locations, emergency response, or long duration search and rescue.

Researcher

Matthew Dunn

Supervisor

Dr Brett Molesworth

Level
PhD
Drone