Who we are


IGOR provides the advice and hands-on resources that understand the properties of human capability within technological systems.

IGOR Human Factors practitioners understand how to analyse the Human Factors issues or human capabilities and limitations that effect complex systems in order to optimise those systems. 

A typical Human Factors analysis would draw on one or more of the following components;

  • Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) or Man-Machine Interface (MMI) issues
  • Human Factors Integration /Engineering or application of Human Factors knowledge into the design and development of systems and services
  • Human Factors Risk Analysis – Identifying the “show stoppers” or critical points for humans within a system
  • User evaluations within systems – Determining how effective people are at using a system and identifying the systems susceptibility to human error 
  • Systems Analysis – Identifying the critical issues within human-technology systems
  • Task Analysis – Articulating the steps taken in completing jobs
  • Human Performance Modelling – representing human performance within a system through computer simulation


"The IGOR team have done their job when the Human Factors that enhance or reduce system capability have been identified."


Introducing rigorous Human Factors analysis offers significant cost benefits optimising design and use, but most importantly insures your staff; the users, against unnecessary risk.     


Updates on IGOR

  • IGOR judges the fourth IAUR GXT, The Future of the Body in 2044
    We were delighted to be invited by the Australian National University (ANU) on July 18th 2014, to judge the Fourth Annual International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU) Global Cross-Disciplinary Tournament (GXT), a student driven event that promotes cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural teamwork. The tournament brings teams of undergraduate students from across the world, to produce innovative (and […]
  • IGOR continues to support LEGACY WEEK
    The beginning of September saw the Canberra IGOR office put to good use again for a second year, to coordinate the many volunteers including ADFA Cadets, eager to assist in raising funds for the families of veterans. Thanks to the generosity of visitors, businesses and residents of Manuka, Legacy Week was a great success.
  • IGOR & The Building Leadership Simulation Centre
    IGOR has been invited to visit the Building Leadership Simulation Centre (BLSC) in Melbourne, Victoria this month. The BLSC is a world leading capability in simulation for Australia. It represents a quantum leap for training in the building and construction industry in Australia. With state-of-the-art simulation technology, the BLSC is designed to assist the building […]
  • IGOR and HVHF, Strategic Partners
    IGOR Australia and HVHF Sciences, North America have established a strong strategic partnership. IGOR and HVHF together have the capability to bring great benefit to their respective clients. Combining the strength of IGOR’s experience to construct systems that enhance human capability along with HVHF’s specialized Human Factors knowledge to minimize the likelihood of catastrophic & […]
  • IGOR on the AWPA Research Panel
    IGOR is pleased to announce it has been selected as a preferred tenderer to provide Research and Consulting support to the Australian Workforce and Productivity Agency (AWPA) in the Australian  Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education (DIISRTE).