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Ergonomics of Field Machines

The effects of different frequencies and magnitudes of vibration on aspects of human performance, such as manual control, vision, perception and cognition are being concerned. Surveys and investigations were done on manual tracking and visual acuity during vibration exposure and have been well-studied with documented. It has been confirmed that vibration does not significantly affect human performance on straightforward perceptual tasks such as auditory or visual detection of signals. In the following section, the potential health and safety impacts of whole-body vibration would be explicated.

Citation:Hon Keung YAU (2014) Ergonomics of Field Machines. Adv Robot Autom 3:e121. doi: 10.4172/2168-9695.1000e121

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