Road vehicles — Measurement of driver visual behaviour with respect to transport information and control systems — Part 1: Definitions and parameters
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 described below are intended to assist development of a common source of reference for driver visual behaviour data.
Minimum requirements for reporting the results of Transport Information and Control Systems (TICS) evaluations are provided.
Further guidance including the specification of how to analyse and present the results of studies of visual behaviour is available in other ISO publications (see, for example, ISO 2854 and ISO/TR 13425:2006). However, data collected and analysed according to this standard will allow comparisons to be performed across different TICS applications and experimental scenarios.
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