Smart tools for smart maintenance

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Smart tools for smart maintenance. / Schwirtz, A. R.J.; Baber, C.

IEE and MOD HFI DTC Symposium on People and Systems - Who are we Designing for. 11078. ed. 2005. p. 145-153 (IET Seminar Digest; Vol. 2005, No. 11078).

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Schwirtz, ARJ & Baber, C 2005, Smart tools for smart maintenance. in IEE and MOD HFI DTC Symposium on People and Systems - Who are we Designing for. 11078 edn, IET Seminar Digest, no. 11078, vol. 2005, pp. 145-153, IEE and MOD HFI DTC Symposium on People and Systems - Who are we Designing for, London, United Kingdom, 16/11/05. https://doi.org/10.1049/ic:20050463

APA

Schwirtz, A. R. J., & Baber, C. (2005). Smart tools for smart maintenance. In IEE and MOD HFI DTC Symposium on People and Systems - Who are we Designing for (11078 ed., pp. 145-153). (IET Seminar Digest; Vol. 2005, No. 11078). https://doi.org/10.1049/ic:20050463

Vancouver

Schwirtz ARJ, Baber C. Smart tools for smart maintenance. In IEE and MOD HFI DTC Symposium on People and Systems - Who are we Designing for. 11078 ed. 2005. p. 145-153. (IET Seminar Digest; 11078). https://doi.org/10.1049/ic:20050463

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Schwirtz, A. R.J. ; Baber, C. / Smart tools for smart maintenance. IEE and MOD HFI DTC Symposium on People and Systems - Who are we Designing for. 11078. ed. 2005. pp. 145-153 (IET Seminar Digest; 11078).

Bibtex

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