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Title: Tomorrows Navigation Today The Design of Modern Ships Bridges Copenhagen, Denmark, November 2000 Hum


1
Tomorrows Navigation Today!The Design of Modern
Ships Bridges Copenhagen, Denmark, November
2000 Human-Machine Interface ECDIS in
Context? Erik Styhr PetersenRD Manager, Danish
Maritime InstituteATOMOS IV Project Manager
2
Presentation Overview
  • Bridge Operations a Jigsaw Puzzle
  • ECDIS a few words of caution
  • Potential improvements in bridge design
  • Ways of achieving improvements.

3
The Bridge Operations Jigsaw Puzzle
4
A few words of caution?
  • During the cause of a number of DMI Human Factors
    projects, it has become clear that current bridge
    design and instrumentation (perhaps) can be
    improved...
  • and hence that ECDIS should not be considered
    as stand-alone.
  • The codeword in improvements is most likely
    Human Centred Design...
  • Examples?
  • Proof?

5
HCD Example ATOMOS Tactical Display
6
HDC Example ATOMOS Hull Stress Monitoring System
7
HCD Example ATOMOS Integration of Information
8
Proof...in three phases...
  • Question Does Human Centered Design really
    improve on things?
  • Yes - Measurable, positive impact - proof in
    three parts
  • Part Task Testing of Developed Key Displays
  • Full Mission Testing of Integrated Solution
  • Independent Analysis of Risk

9
Part Task Testing
10
Full mission testing (i) Set-up
11
Full Mission Testing (ii) - Main Results
  • Subjective Results Users very satisfied with
    using the ATOMOS ISC system
  • Objective Results After 1 hrs. of training,
    users performed objectively just as well as on a
    conventional system where they are highly
    experienced
  • Overall indication Given similar experience,
    great improvement in performance expected (as
    compared to conventional systems).

12
Independent Risk Analysis (i)
13
Independent Risk Analysis (ii)
14
How to achieve improvements?
  • Through the application of the ATOMOS Conceptual
    Standard for Ship Control Centre Design
  • Optimised for Safety
  • Optimised for Efficiency
  • Optimised for Ergonomics
  • Validated by Simulator Trials
  • Documents currently under submission to ISO/IEC.

15
SCC Design Standard Main Contents
  • Concept and General Principles
  • The SCC in context
  • Lifecycle Issues for SCC HMI
  • Development of Complex Computer-based Systems
  • Safety Lifecycle
  • Human Centred Lifecycle
  • Guidelines for Maritime Human Centred Design
  • Advice on SCC Layout
  • Advice on Workstation Design
  • Advice on HMI Dialogue
  • Annex A - Example of Safety Assessment Model
    (Informative)
  • Annex B - ATOMOS II Style-guide (Informative)
  • Annex C - Associated Work Products (Informative)
  • Annex D Example of conceptual Bridge layouts
    (Informative)
  • Bibliography

16
Moving towards real life Target Ship
17
More information
  • Main source www.atomos.org
  • Project Manager esp_at_danmar.dk
  • Or partners directly
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