What are the aims of Human Factors?
● Reduce stress and fatigue on people, as they will be able to do things faster, more easily, more safely and make fewer mistakes (reduce errors)
● Increase safety
● Increase ease of use
● Enhance operational comfort
● Improve system performance, reliability and maintenance
May 2016- John Zobrist
This is an excellent example of a product and its development that has taken the above Human Factors into account. All technical daypacks share the same problem: they fail to transfer the load from your shoulders and onto your hips. When the load rests on your shoulders, it basically rests on your spine.The Parallel Spine concept takes over the load, relieving your upper body and allowing you to move freely.
See more of this product and the related ergonomic features at the Vertepac web site.