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Product Ergonomics course (Duration: 40 Hours)

Ergonomics, also known as Human Factors, is concerned with studying how humans interact with products. It is the science of matching the product to the user. Ergonomics applies theory, principles, data and methods to design in order to optimize human well-being and overall product performance. Ergonomics CAD enables designers to perform a variety of ergonomic analysis in a 3D environment usually with biomechanically accurate digital humans of various sizes.





The course teaches students to use CAD tools to get ergonomic information such as what the customers see and reach, how comfortable they are, when and why they’re getting hurt, when they’re getting tired, and so on.


Course Structure
  • Integrated ergonomic program.
  • Control measures
  • Position ergonomics principles: working area location
  • Design principles
  • Design for the extremes, and average
  • Design for an adjustable interval
  • Design based in the use of percentiles
  • Solution proposal
  • Studying ergonomics using CAD applications
Scope

Ergonomics designers/engineers are potential candidates for physical and digital product companies, user experience design companies, human factor consulting firms. They also work as industrial designers, tool designers, and vehicle Human Machine Interface engineers.

Eligibility

Pass in any diploma course or bachelor’s degree. Suitable for engineering students.


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