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The study of interactions between man and machine is key in aviation. Recent years have seen these relationships be transformed, and the emergence of interactions technologies called "natural" or concepts of Augmented Human, or collaborative robotics.
The objective of the studies in Human Factors is always to anticipate tomorrow's world by focusing the development of new operations concepts or new technologies on human, so as to optimize the Human Machine relations and therefore uses.
It is therefore to establish a Human Factors Engineering integrated to the cycle of design and development and operation of complex systems in particular, and to develop the Human Factors disciplines appropriate to the expected changes in the industry, operators and users.