This document provides formal procedures and two, alternative, methods (users are advised to choose whichever of the two suits their individual requirements) for determining the priority of on-board messages presented to drivers of road vehicles by transport information and control systems (TICS) and other systems. It is applicable to the whole range of TICS in-vehicle messages, including traveller information, navigation, travel and traffic advisories, "yellow pages" information, warnings, syst...view more

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This document provides the specifications and procedures for using the H-point machine (HPM)[1] to audit vehicle seating positions. The HPM is a physical tool used to establish key reference points and measurements in a vehicle. The H-point design tool (HPD) is a simplified computer-aided design (CAD)[2] version of the HPM, which can be used in conjunction with the HPM to take the optional measurements specified in this document, or used independently during product design. These H-point devices...view more

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This document defines key terms and parameters applied in the analysis of driver visual behaviour focused on glance and glance-related measures. It provides guidelines and minimum requirements on equipment and procedures for analysing driver visual behaviour including assessment of TICS to: — plan evaluation trials; — specify (and install) data capture equipment; and — validate, analyse, interpret and report visual-behaviour metrics (standards of measurement). The parameters and definitions desc...view more

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This document focuses on system-initiated and human-initiated transitions (Clause 6) from a higher level to a lower level of automated driving. Human factors and system factors that can influence takeover performance are included (Clauses 7 and 8). Although some are still under investigation, there is a need to appropriately set these factors as variables to better understand their effects or to better control/eliminate their influence. This approach will aid research design by ensuring that imp...view more

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This document introduces basic common underlying concepts related to driver performance and state in the context of automated driving. The concepts in this document are applicable to all levels of automated driving functions that require a human/driver to be engaged or fallback-ready (SAE level 1, 2 and 3). It can also be used with levels that enable a driver to resume manual control of the vehicle (a compatible feature for SAE levels 1 to 5). Common underlying concepts can be applicable for hum...view more

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This document provides human machine interface (HMI) design specifications for keyless ignition systems that use key code carrying device for passenger cars (including sport utility vehicles and light trucks) and commercial vehicles (including heavy trucks and buses), independent of vehicle propulsion system. HMI specifications for the electrical key functions include actuation in normal conditions, emergencies, low battery, and avoidance of inadvertent actuations, alerts and specific non-standa...view more

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This document provides procedures that can be used as a secondary task in a dual task setting to determine whether that evaluation setting is standardized and valid for purposes of assessing driver attentional demand due to the use of an in-vehicle system. This document does not define calibration procedures for other evaluation activities that a laboratory might undertake. This document provides guidance on selecting a calibration task given a specific primary task. The primary tasks of interes...view more

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This document defines terms and definitions commonly used for the annotation of video from NDSs collected during real-world driving in an uncontrolled setting.

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The purpose of this document is to provide guidance for developers of visual external communication systems for automated vehicles (AV), particularly Automated Driving System ? Dedicated Vehicles (ADS-DV), as defined by SAE J3016. The main objective of this document is to propose how ADS-DVs could communicate with other road users via an external communication system. It discusses the interaction between humans and ADS-DVs within roadway environments. Recommendations for the type of external vis...view more

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ISO 12214:2018 gives design recommendations and requirements for the direction-of-motion of hand controls found in passenger, multipurpose and commercial vehicles, and buses.

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ISO 16673:2017 provides a procedure for measuring visual demand due to the use of visual or visual-manual interfaces accessible to the driver while the vehicle is in motion. It applies to both original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and after-market in-vehicle systems. It applies to both permanently installed and portable systems. It applies to any means of visual occlusion and is not dependent on one specific physical implementation.

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ISO 15008:2017 specifies minimum requirements for the image quality and legibility of displays containing dynamic (changeable) visual information presented to the driver of a passenger car by on-board transport information and control systems (TICS) used while the vehicle is in motion. Heavy vehicles are excluded for the requirements of contrast and font size since these chapters reference ISO 4513 which is only applicable for passenger vehicles. These requirements are intended to be independent...view more

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ISO 15005:2017 specifies ergonomic principles for the design of the dialogues that take place between the driver of a road vehicle and the vehicle's transport information and control systems (TICS) while the vehicle is in motion. It also specifies compliance verification conditions for the requirements related to these principles. ISO 15005:2017 is applicable to TICS consisting of either single or multiple devices, which can be either independent or interconnected. It is not applicable to TICS w...view more

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ISO 17488:2016 provides a detection-response task mainly intended for assessing the attentional effects of cognitive load on attention for secondary tasks involving interaction with visual-manual, voice-based or haptic interfaces. Although this document focuses on the assessment of attentional effects of cognitive load (see Annex A), other effects of secondary task load may be captured by specific versions of the DRT, as further outlined in Annex B. Secondary tasks are those that may be performe...view more

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ISO/TR 12204:2012 provides general, informative guidance for the integration of safety critical and time critical warning signals (signals which, if ignored even briefly, could result in bodily harm to the occupant(s) of the vehicle and/or to other road users) into existing in-vehicle messages presented to a driver. Integration of non-critical signals are outside the scope of ISO/TR 12204:2012, except to confirm that they do not affect the driver's comprehension of safety and time critical signa...view more

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ISO 16121-1:2012 applies to the driver's workplace in low-floor line-service buses designed for the carriage of passengers, comprising more than eight seats in addition to the driver's seat, and having a maximum weight exceeding five metric tonnes and an overall width exceeding 2,30 m. ISO 16121-1:2012 contains basic requirements for an ergonomic and comfortable seating position, which is essential to keep drivers in a good state of health. The dimensions and mounting positions of a driver's sea...view more

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This International Standard establishes ergonomic specifications for the presentation of auditory information related to transport information and control systems (TICS) through speech or sounds. It applies primarily to the use of auditory displays to the driver when the vehicle is in motion, but it may also be applied when the vehicle is stationary. It presents a set of requirements and recommendations for in-vehicle auditory signals from TICS, and provides characteristics and functional factor...view more

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ISO 16121-3:2011 specifies requirements for the location of information devices and controls. ISO 16121-3:2011 applies to the driver's workplace in low-floor buses designed for the carriage of passengers, comprising more than eight seats in addition to the driver's seat, and having a maximum weight exceeding five metric tonnes and a maximum width exceeding 2,30 m.

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ISO 16121-2:2011 specifies the requirements for the driver's field of view to the area in front of the vehicle, to the entrance opposite the driver's seat and the interior compartment. ISO 16121-2:2011 applies to the driver's workplace in low-floor line-service buses designed for the carriage of passengers, comprising more than eight seats in addition to the driver's seat, and having a maximum weight exceeding five metric tonnes and an overall width exceeding 2,30 m.

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ISO 16121-4:2011 specifies minimum requirements for the cabin environment. ISO 16121-4:2011 applies to the driver's workplace in low-floor line-service buses designed for the carriage of passengers, comprising more than eight seats in addition to the driver's seat, and having a maximum weight exceeding five metric tonnes and an overall width exceeding 2,30 m.

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ISO 26022:2010 describes a dynamic dual-task method that quantitatively measures human performance degradation on a primary driving-like task while a secondary task is being performed. The result is an estimate of secondary task demand. The method is laboratory based, and ISO 26022:2010 defines the method, the minimum requirements for equipment to support the method, and procedures for collecting and analyzing data derived from the method. The method is applicable to all types of interactions wi...view more

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ISO 2575:2010 specifies symbols (i.e. conventional signs) for use on controls, indicators and tell-tales applying to passenger cars, light and heavy commercial vehicles and buses, to ensure identification and facilitate use. It also indicates the colours of possible optical tell-tales, which inform the driver of either correct operation or malfunctioning of the related devices.

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ISO 4040:2009 specifies the location of controls in motor vehicles by subdividing the space within reach of drivers into specific zones, to which certain controls essential to the safe operation of vehicles are assigned. It also specifies certain combinations of functions for multifunction controls and the degree to which certain indicators and tell-tales are to be visible. ISO 4040:2009 is applicable to hand-operated controls, to indicators and to tell-tales in all motor vehicles, excluding mot...view more

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ISO/TR 16352:2005 provides a literature survey about the human-machine interface of warning systems in vehicles. It covers the experimental experiences about the efficiency and acceptance of different modalities and combinations of warnings, and the design of the sensorial, code and organizational parameters of visual, auditory and tactile warnings.

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ISO/TS 16951:2004 provides formal procedures and two alternative methods for determining the priority of on-board messages presented to drivers of road vehicles by transport information and control systems (TICS), and other systems. It is applicable to the whole range of TICS in-vehicle messages, including traveller information, navigation, travel and traffic advisories, "yellow pages" information, warnings, systems status, emergency calling system information, and electronic toll/fee collection...view more

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ISO 17287:2003 specifies a procedure for assessing whether specific TICS, 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, 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 ...view more

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Specifies the boundaries of hand-reach of passenger car hand-control locations that can be reached by different proportions of male and female driver populations. Directs towards the initial design states of a new vehicle programme. Replaces the first edition.

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Establishes required characteristics concerning the positions and distances necessary to ensure sufficient lateral spacing for the operation of controls. Applies only to the accelerator, service brake, and clutch pedals for passenger cars and their derivatives. Two figures illustrate shapes and reference quantities of concern.

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This document introduces basic common underlying concepts related to driver performance and state in the context of automated driving. The concepts in this document are applicable to all levels of automated driving functions that require a human/driver to be engaged or fallback-ready (SAE Level 1, 2 and 3). It can also be used with levels that enable a driver to resume manual control of the vehicle (a compatible feature for SAE Levels 1 to 5). Common underlying concepts can be applicable for hum...view more

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ISO 15007-1:2014 defines key terms and parameters applied in the analysis of driver visual behaviour focused on glance and glance-related measures. These terms and parameters can be applied in environments from real-world driving experiments to laboratory-based driving simulator studies. The procedures described in this part of ISO 15007 could also apply to more general assessments of driver visual behaviour without the introduction of TICS-specific systems. The parameters and definitions descri...view more

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ISO/TS 15007-2:2014 gives guidelines on equipment and procedures for analysing driver visual behaviour, intended to enable assessors of transport information and control systems (TICS) to plan evaluation trials; specify (and install) data capture equipment, and; validate, analyse, interpret and report visual-behaviour metrics (standards of measurement). It is applicable to both road trials and simulated driving environments.

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ISO/TS 14198:2012 provides procedures that can be used as a secondary task in a dual task setting to determine whether that evaluation setting is standardized and valid for purposes of assessing driver attentional demand due to the use of an in-vehicle system. It does not define calibration procedures for other evaluation activities that a laboratory might undertake. ISO/TS 14198:2012 provides advice on the selection of an appropriate candidate calibration task, given an attentional demand evalu...view more

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ISO 20176:2011 provides the specifications and procedures for using the H-point machine (HPM) to audit vehicle seating positions. The HPM is a physical tool used to establish key reference points and measurements in a vehicle. The H-point design tool (HPD) is a simplified computer-aided design (CAD) version of the HPM, which can be used in conjunction with the HPM to take the optional measurements specified in ISO 20176:2011, or used independently during product design. These H-point devices pro...view more

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ISO 12214:2010 gives design recommendations and requirements for the direction-of-motion of hand controls found in passenger, multipurpose and commercial vehicles, and buses.

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ISO 15008:2009 specifies minimum requirements for the image quality and legibility of displays containing dynamic (changeable) visual information presented to the driver of a road vehicle by on-board transport information and control systems (TICS) used while the vehicle is in motion. These requirements are intended to be independent of display technologies, while reference to test methods and measurements for assessing compliance with them have been included where necessary. ISO 15008:2009 is a...view more

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ISO 16673:2007 provides a procedure for measuring visual demand due to the use of visual or visual-manual interfaces accessible to the driver while the vehicle is in motion. It applies to both Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and After-Market in-vehicle systems. It applies to both permanently installed and portable systems. It applies to any means of visual occlusion and is not dependent on one specific physical implementation.

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This International Standard presents ergonomic principles for the design of the dialogues that take place between the driver of a road vehicle and the vehicle's transport information and control systems (TICS) while the vehicle is in motion. It also specifies compliance verification conditions for the requirements related to these principles. This International Standard is applicable to TICSs consisting of either single or multiple devices, which can be either independent or interconnected. It i...view more

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