Welcome to the Human Factors Integration Defence Technology Centre (HFI DTC) Website

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Website updated August 2013.

The HFI DTC research programme was concluded in March 2012. This website will no longer be actively updated.

The website for the new Defence Human Capability Science & Technology Centre (DHCSTC) is now live.

 

The Human Factors Integration Defence Technology Centre (HFI DTC) research programme, led by BAE Systems at Yeovil, focuses on the integration of Human Factors across the Ministry of Defence (MOD) Unified Customer. Our partners are from defence industrial and academic organisations including Lockheed Martin UKIS, MBDA, SEA Ltd and the Universities of Birmingham, Cranfield (Bedfordshire & Shrivenham sites) and Southampton.

The HFI DTC was established in 2003 to conduct research and demonstrate technologies to support the development of a range of defence capabilities.

Downloading Reports and Tools from the HFI DTC Website

Many HFI DTC Reports are available to download.

HFI DTC Deliverables List; this is a full list of all HFI DTC reports. Many of these can be downloaded from the website, other reports are available on application.

 

The Human Factors Guidance for Designers of Interactive 3D and Games-Based Training Systems booklet is now available to download.

Human Factors Guidance for Designers of Interactive 3D and Games-Based Training Systems

The Human Factors in Defence Information Systems booklet is now available to download.

Human Factors in Defence Information Systems

The 2012 Research Yearbook is available to download.

2012 Research Yearbook

HFI DTC Team Receives BAE Systems Silver Chairman’s Award

picture of team receiving award

The achievements of the HFI DTC serious games team have been recognised with a Silver BAE Systems Chairman’s Award for Innovation.

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Human View of MoDAF - Issue 2

Issue Two of the Human View Handbook for MoDAF is now available to download. The handbook has been broken up into five separate documents. They are:

Professor Bob Stone awarded MOD Chief Scientific Adviser (CSA) Commendation

picture of Prof Bob Stone

The MOD’s Chief Scientific Adviser, Prof Mark Welland, recently recognised Prof Bob Stone’s work on the Human Factors Integration Defence Technology Centre with a CSA Commendation. Prof Welland presented Bob with a certificate and a medal at a ceremony in MOD Main Building attended by many esteemed colleagues from across the Science & Technology Community.

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The Reprinted The People in Systems TLCM Handbook is available to download

TLCM Handbook