biotechnology, bioengineering, ergonomics(noun)
the branch of engineering science in which biological science is used to study the relation between workers and their environments
The science of the design of equipment, especially so as to reduce operator fatigue, discomfort and injury.
Origin: Coined in 1950 from ἔργον + economics
The numerical value of ergonomics in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of ergonomics in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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Autonomous driving gives the car interior a totally different meaning, fun and relaxation are the new targets for those cars, while (electrification) offers us different vehicle packaging opportunities as there's no (bulky) engine or transmission. Batteries more or less lie flat on the floor. We have totally different opportunities for roominess and ergonomics.
It’s comfortable in terms of ergonomics and it handles well. I also like the way it’s equipped. The Bluetooth, back-up camera, SiriusXM Radio*…it feels pretty loaded with all the fixings. And the great gas mileage and low ground clearance make it easy to live and work with. it would be great for catering and restaurant runs—something that could really be a part of our ‘growth spurt,’.
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