SS-EN-ISO-17287 › Road vehicles - Ergonomic aspects of transport information and control systems - Procedure for assessing suitability for use while driving (ISO 17287:2003)
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This International Standard specifies a procedure for assessing whether specific TICS (transport information and control systems), or a combination of TICS with other in-vehicle systems, are suitable for use by drivers while driving. It addresses - user-oriented TICS description and context of use, - TICS task description and analysis, - the assessment process, and - documentation. The TICS description and context of use includes consideration of improper use, reasonably foreseeable misuse and TICS failure. The TICS description, analysis and assessment include a process for identifying and addressing suitability issues. This International Standard does not recommend specific variables for assessing suitability nor does it define criteria for establishing the suitability of use of a TICS table while driving.
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SS-EN ISO 17287
April 17, 2003
EN ISO 17287:2003 IDT* ISO 17287:2003 IDT