ISO 11064-5 PDF
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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Learn more about the cookies we use and how to change your settings. Costs CHF June which equates to approx. Principles for the design of control centres. The norm is available as paper version or electronically as a PDF document. Work stations, Interfaces data processingManagement, Display devices computersVisual perception, Ergonomics, Equipment housing facilities, Control devices, Layout, Control equipment, Design, Environment workingAlarm systems, Control systems.
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ISO – Ergonomic design of control centres — Part 5: Displays and controls
The operators at the human-system interface isp be provided with all the information they need to accomplish their task. Skip to main content. No special technical requirements are necessary for applying the norm.
It establishes requirements that shall and recommendations that should be matched by displays and controls. Technical requirements for using the method, tool, etc: 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 precise nature of the proposed solution, and any procedure that must be followed to apply the guideline. It describes in more detail certain steps of the design process of the main document see above.
This standard focuses on the main principles for the selection, design and implementation of controls, displays and human system interactions for operation and supervision.
Though this norm applies to all kinds of control rooms, e. The norm can be purchased online at ixo. Does the operator get iao information required to accomplish his task in a timely and satisfactory way? 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.
The design process itself is composed of seven steps: The purpose is to maximize the safe, reliable, efficient and comfortable use of displays and controls in control centre applications. Displays and controls BS EN ISO presents 11064- and gives requirements and recommendations for displays, controls, and their interaction, in the design of control-centre hardware and software. Design of working environment and human-machine interfaces.
Does the interface design avoid obstruction of important information? Level of HF expertise needed required user qualification A isk of the described process and guidelines require the understanding and 111064-5 of a skilled HF expert to apply the recommendations provided.
Displays and controls Status: 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 material presented in the annex highlights aspects of particular relevance for screen-based control room design. For this reason, rules and recommendations ieo upon ergonomic findings are established for selection of appropriate display and control types structuring and presentation of information on screens, monitors, displays establishing control and dialogue ieo.
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. Checklists with key questions help that relevant issues are considered. Is all the information io relevant to the task? Partly concrete measures and recommendations are given, yet a lot is generic and needs interpretation by a skilled human factors expert.
References Developer and source: 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. Worldwide Standards We can source any standard from anywhere in the world.
The guideline is of relevance after scope and feasibility are analysed and the decision for building a certain system has been made. For each section of the annex flow charts are isoo to describe the sequence of activities. Find Similar Items This product falls into the following categories. 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 110644-5 Acceptance Technical system supporting human performance Task 110644-5 between the human and machine.
Process for display and control specification As a starting point the jso process shall take account of earlier decisions previously developed when applying ISO Ergonomic design of control centres — Part 1: These interface considerations are relevant for operators, supervisors and maintainers of systems.
Therefore and unless otherwise specified, no part of an ISO publication may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, microfilm, scanning, without permission in writing from the publisher. For these reason, the standards required in a control environment may have to be more stringent than those in an office environment cf.
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EN ISO 11064-5 – Ergonomic design of control centres – Part 5: Displays and controls
This website is isk viewed with browser version of up to Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 or Firefox 3. Definitions of the 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.
Each principle is shortly described and for each several key questions are provided to be used for verification. Partly, the guideline offer good examples and checklists, on the other hand some parts are rather generic which requires HF expertise to understand.
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