ISO presents principles and gives requirements and recommendations for displays and controls, and their interaction, in the. ISO presents principles and gives requirements and This part of the ISO concentrates on principles and procedures. Purchase your copy of BS EN ISO as a PDF download or hard copy directly from the official BSI Shop. All BSI British Standards.
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Partly, the guideline offer good examples and checklists, on the other hand some parts are rather generic which requires HF expertise to understand.
The faster, easier way to work with standards. Process for display and control specification As a starting point the design process shall take account of earlier decisions previously developed when applying ISO Ergonomic design of control centres — Part 1: It describes in more detail certain steps of the design process of the main document see above.
Guidance on information presentation Guidance on user interface interaction Guidance on controls Soft controls, overview displays, communication systems and CCTV Guidance on alarm systems The ieo presented in the annex highlights aspects of particular relevance for screen-based control room design. You may find similar items within these categories by selecting from the choices below:. The approach adopted by this standard has been to identify general principles of good practices that should be supported by information accessed from human factors publications and other ergonomic standards.
The design process itself is composed of seven steps: Search all products by. Definitions of jso relevant terms 24 Principles for the ergonomic design of human-system interfaces which are divided into 8 general principles, those related to displays 6 and those specific to control and interaction 7. Other published ergonomic standards and guidance, drawn also from other domains, provide iwo information which the control room designer may find helpful.
The norm can be purchased online at iso. To apply guidelines successfully, designers need to understand the design goals and benefits of each guideline, the conditions under which the guideline should be applied, the 1106-5 nature of the proposed solution, and any procedure that must be followed to apply the guideline.
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BS EN ISO 11064-5:2008
This part of ISO presents principles and gives requirements and recommendations for displays and controls, and their interaction, in the design of control-centre hardware and software. Constraints concerning conditions of use: This standard focuses on the main principles for the selection, design and implementation of controls, displays and human system interactions for operation and supervision.
Has appropriate information been provided for the operator to maintain situational awareness? The norm comprises of several chapters. HP Activity Categories Human performance related transition factors Identification of competence requirements, training needs and selection process Identification of relevant social factors Identification of issues in change and transition management Design of working environment and human-machine interfaces Design of working environment and human-machine interfaces Impact on human performance Assessment of workload Identification of potential human error and assessment of human error Assessment of trust Assessment of team work and communication Assessment of situational awareness Assessment of Acceptance Technical system supporting human performance Task allocation between the human and machine.
For each section of the annex flow charts are presented to describe the sequence of activities. The norm provides a good overview of the factors and principles which need to be considered when designing displays and controls for the control room.
Displays and controls BS EN ISO presents principles and gives requirements and recommendations for displays, controls, and their interaction, in the design of control-centre hardware and software. The annex gives useful examples and recommendations. All ISO publications are protected by copyright.
Principles for the design of control centres.
ISO – Ergonomic design of control centres — Part 5: Displays and controls
Skip to main content. Cost Information The norm can be purchased online at iso. The operators at the human-system interface shall be provided with all the information they need to accomplish their task.
You may experience issues viewing this site in Internet Explorer 9, 10 or This part of the ISO concentrates on principles and procedures, which are applicable for the design of a human-machine interface used in control centres. Then general considerations are described, e.
Ergonomic requirements for the design of displays and control actuators. Each principle is shortly described and for each several key questions are provided to be used for verification. The norm is available as paper version or electronically as a PDF document. Technical requirements for using the method, tool, etc: For this reason, rules and recommendations based upon ergonomic findings are established for selection of appropriate display and control types structuring and presentation of information on isp, monitors, displays establishing control and dialogue procedures.
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For this reason, rules and recommendations based upon ergonomic findings are established for. Your basket is empty. Accept and continue Learn more about the cookies we use and how to change your settings. The guideline is of relevance after scope and feasibility are analysed and the decision for building a certain system has been made. Partly concrete measures and recommendations are given, yet a lot is generic and needs interpretation by a skilled human factors expert.
No special technical requirements are necessary for applying the norm. Learn more about the cookies we use and how to change your settings. Does the interface design avoid obstruction of important information? Partly the guidelines are rather generic and require a high degree of HF competence to be applied.
Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display terminals VDTs.