From Page 70
(1) We thought this was the most feasible answer too. We also think that
this is within the realm of reality for hardware development, given that we
do have radar and other similar devices.
Well, you've come to the end of the road, so to speak. You've worked
on several problems and successfully applied your newly acquired human
factors knowledge in their solutions.
Now, a few words of advice. This course was designed to introduce you
to and familiarize you with Human Factors Engineering. It was not meant to
qualify you as a Human Factors Engineer nor be the source of answers to all
your problems. You aren't expected to memorize all the data to which you've
been exposed. Come back to lessons in the future as you need them. Turn
now to Page 63.
From Page 3
(1) This is an important training method, but not as widely used as the
correct answer. Return to Page 3.