References

Publications made within project
Anttila, M. (2016) ’Rajatarkastus - Ihmisen ja Teknologian Yhteistyötä’ [Border check - cooperation between human and technology] Rajamme vartijat, vol. 3, pp. 50-51.

Le Guellec, E, Megard, C, Havârneanu, G M, Huguenin, S, Papillault, V, Richoux, J, Toivonen, S 2017, ‘Human factors approach to study border control automation impacts and needs: methodology and preliminary results of field studies’, Advances in Human Factors, Software, and Systems Engineering, Proceedings of the AHFE 2017 International Conference on Human Factors, Software, and Systems Engineering, July 17-21, The Westin Bonaventure Hotel, Los Angeles, California, USA.

Lindblom-Häkkinen, S, Heinikoski, S, Anttila, M 2018, ‘Border check training in Finland - comparison of e- learning tools for practical and legal studies’, SOCIETY. INTEGRATION. EDUCATION, Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference, May 25-26, Rezekne Academy of Technologies, Rezekne, Latvia.

Papillault, V; Colliard, J; Havârneanu, G M 2016, ‘Passenger mobility at future border checks’, 11th World Congress on Railway Research, May 29 - June 2, Stella Polare Congress Center, Fiera Milano, Italy.

Pearson, J, Gianni, R, Ikonen, V, Haick, H 2016, ‘From technology assessment to responsible research and innovation (RRI)’, Future Technologies Conference (FTC), Dec 6-7, Hyatt Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco, United States.

Salmela, L, Toivonen, S, Kulju, M, Ylikauppila, M, 2018, ’Digital transformation in border checks: mapping border guard training in automated processes’, European Intelligence and Security Informatics Conference (EISIC), October 24-25, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Karlskrona, Sweden

Sanchez Nieminen, G, 2018, ‘Rethinking automated borders: risk of discrimination and fundamental rights’, Multi-conference on Responsible Research and Innovation in Science, Innovation and Society: RRI-ICT, September 19, Tartu, Estonia.

Sanchez Nieminen, G, 2018, ‘Technology and society at automated borders: challenges for the fundamental rights’ 4th International DELab UW Conference, September 17, Warsaw, Poland.

Ylikauppila, M, Kulju, M, Toivonen, S & Salmela, L 2018, ‘A framework for understanding human factors issues in border control automation’, Human-Work Interaction Design (HWID’18) – Designing Engaging Automation, 5th IFIP WG 13.6 Working Conference, August 20-21, Aalto University, Espoo, Finland.

Weissenfeld, A, Zoufal, A, Weiss, C, Strobl, B, Fernandez Dominguez, G, 2018 ‘Towards mobile contactless 4-fingerprint authentication for border control’, European Intelligence and Security Informatics Conference (EISIC), October 24-25, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Karlskrona, Sweden.

Books
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Journal articles
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Ergonomic Standards
ISO/IEC 6385:2016: Ergonomics Principles in the Design of Work Systems.

ISO/IEC 26800:2011: Ergonomics. General Approach, Principles and Concepts.

ISO/IEC 10075-1:2017: Ergonomic Principles related to Mental Workload.