David Golightly
David Golightly
Future Mobility Group (inc NewRail and TORG), Newcastle University
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Application of Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS) to UK rail safety of the line incidents
R Madigan, D Golightly, R Madders
Accident Analysis & Prevention 97, 122-131, 2016
The role of situation awareness for understanding signalling and control in rail operations
D Golightly, JR Wilson, E Lowe, S Sharples
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science 11 (1-2), 84-98, 2010
Giving and sharing in the computer‐mediated economy
J Harvey, A Smith, D Golightly
Journal of Consumer Behaviour 16 (4), 363-371, 2017
Nature: A new paradigm for well-being and ergonomics
M Richardson, M Maspero, D Golightly, D Sheffield, V Staples, R Lumber
Ergonomics 60 (2), 292-305, 2017
Harnessing the interface for domain learning
D Golightly
Conference Companion on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 37-38, 1996
Manufacturing in the cloud: A human factors perspective
D Golightly, S Sharples, H Patel, S Ratchev
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 55, 12-21, 2016
Use of scenarios and function analyses to understand the impact of situation awareness on safe and effective work on rail tracks
D Golightly, B Ryan, N Dadashi, L Pickup, JR Wilson
Safety science 56, 52-62, 2013
HCI as a means to prosociality in the economy
J Harvey, D Golightly, A Smith
Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2014
Evaluating attitudes to safety leadership within rail construction projects
S Stiles, B Ryan, D Golightly
Safety science 110, 134-144, 2018
The impact of automation in rail signalling operations
S Sharples, L Millen, D Golightly, N Balfe
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part F: Journal of …, 2011
A framework to support human factors of automation in railway intelligent infrastructure
N Dadashi, JR Wilson, D Golightly, S Sharples
Ergonomics 57 (3), 387-402, 2014
The characteristics of railway service disruption: implications for disruption management
D Golightly, N Dadashi
Ergonomics 60 (3), 307-320, 2017
Practical use of work analysis to support rail electrical control rooms: A case of alarm handling
N Dadashi, JR Wilson, D Golightly, S Sharples, T Clarke
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part F: Journal of …, 2013
A sociotechnical comparison of automated train traffic control between GB and Sweden
D Golightly, B Sandblad, N Dadashi, A Andersson, S Tschirner, ...
Rail human factors: Supporting reliability, safety and cost reduction, 367, 2013
A framework of data processing for decision making in railway intelligent infrastructure
N Dadashi, JR Wilson, S Sharples, D Golightly, T Clarke
2011 IEEE International Multi-Disciplinary Conference on Cognitive Methods …, 2011
A cross-sector analysis of human and organisational factors in the deployment of data-driven predictive maintenance
D Golightly, G Kefalidou, S Sharples
Information Systems and e-Business Management 16 (3), 627-648, 2018
Seeing the woods for the trees: the problem of information inefficiency and information overload on operator performance
N Dadashi, D Golightly, S Sharples
Cognition, Technology & Work 19 (4), 561-570, 2017
Participant experiences of mobile device-based diary studies
X Sun, D Golightly, J Cranwell, B Bedwell, S Sharples
International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction (IJMHCI) 5 (2), 62-83, 2013
Breaking the rules of direct manipulation
D Golightly, DJ Gilmore
Human-Computer Interaction INTERACT’97, 156-163, 1997
The effect of driver advisory systems on train driver workload and performance
DR Large, D Golightly, EL Taylor
Contemporary Ergonomics and Human Factors 15 (2), 335-342, 2014
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