The technique of ergonomic examination (EE) of automated control systems (ACS) is proposed. The analysis of the main tasks arising during its preparation and implementation is carried out. Analyzed the main stages, as well as the types of work performed at each stage. The performers of all stages of the ergonomic expertise are presented and the peculiarities of their activities are described. Grounded recommendations for the formation of the working and expert groups. All presented works and the complex of various tasks arising in this case are analyzed in detail. Considered is the solution of problems associated with the refinement of the model of the ergonomic quality of the ACS, as well as with the assessment of the relative importance of ergonomic parameters. The analysis of the main tasks, the solution of which is the basis for the development of the program and methods of energy efficiency, aimed at assessing the ergonomic quality of ACS at various stages of its development. The proposed approach, methodology and complex of the results obtained represent a methodological basis for creating a system of information support for developers of ACS, ACSTP, APCS and complexes for various purposes.

Authors: N. A. Nazarenko, P. I. Paderno

Direction: Informatics, Computer Technologies And Control

Keywords: Automated control systems, ergonomic expertise, stages of implementation, working group, experts, qualification, formation of an expert group, program and methods of ergonomic expertise, ergonomic quality, level of ergonomics

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