Publications

Below you can download several of our external English publications. It concerns articles of Intergo staff in scientific and professional literature. But also papers and presentations on congresses.

Proceedings Intergo Symposium

INTERGO 15|51 Human Fact or Fiction - September 2016

Countdown on a platform: higher punctuality and increased safety at level crossings

5th International Rail Human Factors Conference, 2015

How busy is too busy? Validation of the Dutch Integrated Workload Scale (IWS)

5th International Rail Human Factors Conference, 2015

CCTV – Supervision or surveillance? What’s in a name?

11th International Symposium on Human Factors in Organisational Design and Management 2014, Kopenhagen

CCTV – Case study traffic management highway tunnel

11th International Symposium on Human Factors in Organisational Design and Management 2014, Kopenhagen

HF to the rescue for (other) systems designers – Case study in railway

11th International Symposium on Human Factors in Organisational Design and Management 2014, Kopenhagen

Development of future scenarios for a traffic management control room

11th International Symposium on Human Factors in Organisational Design and Management 2014, Kopenhagen

To beep or not to beep: Developing a non fail-safe warning system in a fail-safe train protection environment

5th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics AHFE 2014, Kraków

Differences in Workload of Both Skippers and Pilots Due to Changes in Environmental Bank Lights

5th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics AHFE 2014, Kraków

Development of future scenarios: prediction of mental workload in a traffic management control room

5th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics AHFE 2014, Kraków

Amsterdam Metro Cab: ergonomics in the design, verification and validation process

Published in: Dadashi, N. et al. Rail Human Factors - Supporting reliability, safety and cost reduction. CRC Press/Balkema, 2012, Leiden (pp 270-279).

Subjective mental workload of Dutch train dispatchers: validation of IWS in a practical setting

Published in: Dadashi, N. et al. Rail Human Factors - Supporting reliability, safety and cost reduction. CRC Press/Balkema, 2012, Leiden (pp 641-650).

Humans as an asset in a system consideration on the contribution of humans to system performance and system safety

Published in: Dadashi, N. et al. Rail Human Factors - Supporting reliability, safety and cost reduction. CRC Press/Balkema, 2012, Leiden (pp 473-482).

Prediction of mental workload of monitoring tasks

Published in: Dadashi, N. et al. Rail Human Factors - Supporting reliability, safety and cost reduction. CRC Press/Balkema, 2012, Leiden (pp 633-640).

Development of driver's cab for Amsterdam metro

An article written for The European Public Transport Magazine Mobility

Ergonomics in maintenance and overhaul of rail rolling stock

Paper presented on the A+A Düsseldorf

Proceedings of Intergo eXtra symposium

Symposium 10th anniversary Intergo on 1 September 2011 (pdf, 11Mb)

Differences in signals passed at danger - looking for patterns

Tijdschrift voor Ergonomie (Journal of the Dutch Ergonomics Society) - December 2010

Do LEDs make rail better ?

Signal + Draht - March 2010

Human Factors & Human Error in the Rail Industry - a systems perspective and a case study

Presentation held by Richard van der Weide at the international conference 'Rail Safety & Risk Assessment' 2009 in Amsterdam

LED’s make rail better

Paper presented on the 3rd International Conference on Rail Human Factors, Lille - March 2009.
Published in: Wilson, J. et al. Rail Human Factors around the World. CRC Press/Balkema, Leiden, 2012 (pp 475-483).

(Why) are Dutch cargo trains 2.6 times more often involved in SPAD's compared to passenger trains ?

Paper presented on the 3rd International Conference on Rail Human Factors, Lille - March 2009.
Published in: Wilson, J. et al. Rail Human Factors around the World. CRC Press/Balkema, Leiden, 2012 (pp 30-39).

Development and implementation of a predictive tool for optimizing workload of train dispatchers

Paper presented on the 3rd International Conference on Rail Human Factors, Lille - March 2009.
Published in: Wilson, J. et al. Rail Human Factors around the World. CRC Press/Balkema, Leiden, 2012 (pp 444-453).

Life Cycle Ergonomics® in ship bridge design

SWZ Maritime - July/August 2007

What is in a passenger’s mind?

Paper presented on IEA Congress Maastricht - August 2006

Life cycle ergonomics in designing the bridge of a pilot vessel

Paper presented on IEA Congres Maastricht - August 2006

Diagnostic system for train personnel

Paper presented on the World Congress on Railway Research - June 2006

Development race: new seats on NS’s DD-VIRM double-deck trains

Railway Interiors International - May 2006

CONTACT

Pausdam 2
3512 HN Utrecht
The Netherlands
+31 30 677 87 00
info@intergo.nl

LAST BLOG

Human Factors at The Oscars

- 15 Mar 2017 -

My fellow human factors specialist Steven Shorrock wrote an excellent blog about the incident at The Oscars where the wrong movie was initially...

Read more

NEWS

Intergo welcomes a new colleague.

- 31 Aug 2017 -

Eleonora is our new colleague! She studied Industrial Design and Design for Interaction specialized in Medical Design.

Read more