An overview of existing methods for evaluating mobile applications to change user behavior

    Industry 4.0, Vol. 7 (2022), Issue 1, pg(s) 21-25

    Advances in behavioral science are growing and technologies and portable devices are evolving. Taking into account the characteristics of human behavior and existing biases and heuristics, better and more effective applications can be designed to influence the acquisition and development of positive habits such as goal setting and achievement. This includes goals such as sports, healthy eating, acquisition of daily routine self-care skills, timely medication and more in order to gain self-confidence, confidence and develop an identity. This article will review existing methods for evaluating and synthesis behavioral interventions. The results of the study will be used to build an application to achieve goals

  • Roads for improving the quality of aviation education

    Trans Motauto World, Vol. 4 (2019), Issue 1, pg(s) 36-39

    The most important element for achieving a sustainable development of aviation is human resources and the provision of opportunities for acquiring the necessary knowledge, skills and competencies. In this sense, aeronautical training schools are becoming more and more crucial for increasing productivity and competitiveness, as well as helping people realize their full potential and achieve their personal goals.

  • Assessment of readiness for „Industry 4.0“

    Industry 4.0, Vol. 3 (2018), Issue 6, pg(s) 288-291

    The Industry 4.0 initiative poses great challenges to the world, countries and companies connected with the provided digital transformation and the new intelligent technologies in all areas of the industry. This requires the development and follow-up of a national strategy for the adoption and implementation of Industry 4.0. It is important in this case to assess the Industry 4.0 readiness of each country for transformation and change. The main aim of the paper is to present, analyse and compare some of the most promised existing approaches for calculation of Industry 4.0 readiness at national level. Some results are presented and compared.


    Risk assessment for the production process

    Science. Business. Society., Vol. 3 (2018), Issue 1, pg(s) 18-21

    Risk management constitutes currently one of the most important elements of the management of an enterprise, which is crucial to its security and continuous improvement. This is a several-stage process, and its implementation should systematic and principled in character. The article sets out the risk assessment for activities performed in conjunction with individual operations of a manufacturing process, and specifically, the book production process. The risk assessment was preceded by the identification of hazards to technological, transport and control operations, followed by their analysis using an indicator method. Operations have been identified, which are characterized by the highest risk, and preventive and prophylactic actions using various control measures (technical, organizational, legal, individual and collective) have been proposed. Risk assessment for a task is a primary outline for the use and implementation of risk management issues that go beyond the commercial risk assessment in an enterprise.


    Machines. Technologies. Materials., Vol. 9 (2015), Issue 4, pg(s) 39-40

    The machines are one of the most important pillars in the industrial economy of the European Union. The aim is to reduce the enormous social price paid for accidents at work, by integration of safe design and construction, as well as proper installation and maintenance.

    A harmonized regulatory framework for the design and manufacture of machines is of major economic importance for European industry. At the same time, the safety of machinery makes an important contribution to reducing the social costs of damage to health and accidents at home and workplace.