SAFEMODE

Strengthening synergies between Aviation and maritime in the area of human Factors towards achieving a more Efficient and resilient MODE of transportation (SAFEMODE)
Project Duration
June 2019
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June 2022
Research Priority Area
Maritime Safety
Project Website

The main aim of SAFEMODE project is to develop a novel Human Risk Informed Design (HURID) framework in order to identify, collect, and assess Human Factors data to inform risk-based design of systems and operation. These aims have not been achieved previously at a desirable level due to the unavailability of systematically collected data and lack of cooperation between different transport modes. The focus will be to reduce risks for safety critical situations through the enhancement of human performance.

Horizon 2020

The main aim of SAFEMODE project is to develop a novel Human Risk Informed Design (HURID) framework in order to identify, collect, and assess Human Factors data to inform risk-based design of systems and operation. These aims have not been achieved previously at a desirable level due to the unavailability of systematically collected data and lack of cooperation between different transport modes. The focus will be to reduce risks for safety critical situations through the enhancement of human performance.

Horizon 2020

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Principal Investigator
Raphael Baumler
Associate Professor, Head of Maritime Safety and Environmental Administration
Project Officer
Laura Carballo Piñeiro
Professor, Nippon Foundation Chair of Maritime Labour Law and Policy, Head, Maritime Law and Policy
Momoko Kitada
Associate Professor (Nippon Foundation Post)