9/11 Linked To Bad Posture By Ergonomics Expert At Security Event

One of the weirdest presentations I've ever seen at a security event came from a Russian expert in ergonomics named Boris Povlotsky. Povlotsky has been an ergonomic consultant since the early 80s and has developed a set of formulas to measure correct screen height, desk height, keyboard distance, etc. for control centers and surveillance operators.

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