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SafeHMI: HMI design for Safety-critical Systems

This is a stand in the Belgian National Pavilion, located in Zone B: Belgium National Pavillion. Stand number: B05 - day 2

SafeHMI is developing human-machine interfaces (HMI) for safety-critical systems.

Namahn is a human-centred design consultancy in Belgium. It specialises in customer-focused information design and interaction design of media, products and tools. Namahn is developing know-how about HMI design for safety-critical systems. These are characterised by risk (of damage to the environment or loss of life); complex tasks performed by expert users; operator control over equipment or people; and performance under time pressure. Safety-critical systems are typically found in healthcare, defence, transport, utilities and emergency management. This exhibit will present Namahn’s approach to safety-critical systems and its research projects and publications as it is interested in participating in EU research projects, including FP7.

www.namahn.com/cases/research

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Coordinator: Sabina GELDOF (Namahn bvba, Belgium)

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