ISO 17287:2003 Preview
Road vehicles -- Ergonomic aspects of transport information and control systems -- Procedure for assessing suitability for use while driving
This standard was last reviewed and confirmed in 2017. Therefore this version remains current.
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 process for identifying and addressing suitability issues.
ISO 17287:2003 does not recommend specific variables for assessing suitability nor does it define criteria for establishing the suitability of use of a TICS Table while driving.