Why are transmission lines swapped

Ergonomic requirements for the computer-aided integration of operational functions

CIM Integration and Networking pp 105-112 | Cite as

Summary

The basic thesis of the "ability to design technology" can be derived from previous experience with the introduction of new technologies in operational processes. Techniques are developed and planned in a targeted manner. However, since the goal setting usually takes place in a pluralistic decision-making process, it is often contradictory and difficult to understand. In this respect, some researchers tend to postulate a lawful dependence of the forms of technology on social conditions, which the development of technology "predetermined". In my opinion, meaningful goals of technology development should be formulated, which are to be implemented in the decision-making process. In this sense, I want to understand my formulation of goals. These goals are based on social (organizational), health (occupational safety-related) and personal (qualification-related) human criteria [2, B].

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