Position: Senior Consultant
Education and Qualifications
Luke Emmet has an
MA from the University of Aberdeen (1990-1994) and an MSc
Cognitive Science from the University of Manchester
(1994-1995). He then joined Adelard as a Consultant
specialising in human factors studies.
Development of standardisation and guidance
- (1999 - 2000) Co-author of a guide on the
development of Virtual Instruments (VIs) for the DTI's
Software Support for Metrology programme (SSFM).
- (1998) Designed and implemented a hypertext authoring
environment for the development of JSP 318B (Military
Airworthiness) based on the
- (1995 - 1996) Performed video analysis of a recorded
Hazard and Operability (Hazop) meeting, looking at human
factors issues as witnessed in an actual expert setting.
Reviewed Interim Def Stan 00-58 and made recommendations on
the transferral of Hazop techniques to programmable
electronic systems (PES).
Safety assessment and consultancy
- (1998 - 1999) Working on a project for Railtrack looking
at improving and evaluating the hazard identification
- (1997 - Present) Part of the ISA team for two military air
traffic control systems. Made recommendations on the safety
case for the interface design and broader human factors
- (1996 - Present) Working on a number of projects looking
at the feasibility of developing a corporate memory facility
for safety documentation for Railtrack. This involved
eliciting Railtrack's requirements by means of a series of
structured interviews, carrying out a tools survey,
and making recommendations for implementation of the
Software Development consultancy
- (1999 - Present) Designer and developer of the
Adelard Safety Case Editor (ASCE)
- (1997 - Present) Designer and developer of the Adelard Claviar toolset to support the use, development and
compliance with complex documents such as safety standards.
These tools are based on Internet technologies and open
hypertext paradigms and allow users and developers to work
with complex documents in a collaborative environment.
- (1995 - 1996) Worked on the Esprit project
Reviewed Reaims modules and participated in development of
the human factors process evaluation module Pere. Performed
a Pere analysis of the standards-making process and
considered how Reaims fits into and contributes to existing
safety critical standards.
- (1994 -1995) MSc in Cognitive Science; thesis considered
cognitive workload and task allocation issues for submarine
sonar room operators.