On the study of human reliability in transportation systems of systems

Abstract : Humans are and will remain one of the critical constituents of a technological system. The study of Human Factors is a broad domain with equally varying applications. Quantification thereof, with a Human Reliability Analysis (HRA) poses considerable challenges and advantages. In increasingly complex modern systems where large resources are allocated towards ensuring system's operational safety, it becomes necessary to analyze the actions of human operator who directly or indirectly influences system reliability. This paper envisages establishing a base towards a HRA model, to address existing issues. Railway systems and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems for automobiles are our application domains; we aim to identify the need of and usability in both. Human considered as a component of the System of Systems for risk assessment allows us to study its impact on system reliability and give feedback to improve system safety.
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Subeer Rangra, Walter Schön, Mohamed Sallak, Frédéric Vanderhaegen. On the study of human reliability in transportation systems of systems. 10th IEEE System of Systems Engineering Conference (SoSE 2015), May 2015, San Antonio, TX, United States. pp.208-213, ⟨10.1109/SYSOSE.2015.7151980⟩. ⟨hal-01266811⟩



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