Ergonomics -- Computer manikins and body templates -- Part 1: General requirements
This standard was last reviewed and confirmed* in 2014.
ISO 15536-1:2005 establishes the general requirements for the design and development of computer manikins, body templates and manikin systems. It addresses their anthropometric and biomechanical properties, taking into account their usability and restrictions for structural complexity and functional versatility, and is also intended as a guide for the selection of manikins and manikin systems and for the evaluation of their accuracy and usability for the specified use. It specifies the documentation of the characteristics of manikins and manikin systems and their intended use, for the guidance of their users. It provides means for ensuring that computer manikins and body templates for the design of work space are appropriately accurate and reliable in their anthropometric and biomechanical aspects. It aims to ensure that users of manikins are able to choose an appropriate manikin system for particular design tasks and use it in an appropriate way. It sets requirements only on the static accuracy of the manikin, but provides recommendations on the other factors that can influence the accuracy of the analyses and determinations performed using them.
Document published on: 2005-05-01 Edition: 1 (Monolingual) ICS: 13.180 Status: Published Stage: 90.93 (2014-08-01) TC/SC: ISO/TC 159/SC 3 Number of Pages: 12
This standard has not been revised
No corrigenda or amendments available