Human Systems Integration Test and Evaluation Methods
Discover how to plan and conduct a comprehensive test program for human systems integration. These activities include early-stage analytical evaluations, formative evaluations, and formal pass/fail tests. Learn how to test compliance with major human factors requirements documents and how to measure workload, situation awareness, and usability. Explore how to integrate HSI testing with the overall systems engineering test plan.
Department of Defense personnel working on an acquisition program, Defense contractors responsible for human systems integration or human factors, and human systems researchers or practitioners from the commercial sector
How You Will Benefit
Understand the rationale for conducting a comprehensive HSI test program
Become familiar with requirements drawn from each HSI domains and the test methods used to evaluation compliance
Understand how to plan the HSI test program
Learn about analyzing and interpreting test results
Learn the pros and cons of advanced methods used to measure workload and situation awareness
Learn about software tools used to support test planning and reporting
Introduction to HSI Requirements
Overview of HSI Test Activities
HSI Test Planning
Evaluation of Anthropometric Accommodation
Development of HSI Checklists
Checklist and heuristic evaluations
Critical Task Evaluations
Workload, Situation Awareness, and Usability Tests
Assessment for Accessibility and Ease of Use by Special User Populations
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