Development of Ecological Interface Design Prototype on Integrated Safety Management System Display in Subway Station Office Lee, Bong-Geun; Back, Ji-Seung; Jo, Sung-Sik; Myung, Ro-Hae; Lee, Duck-Hee;
Current subway station`s office employee must perform safety management tasks by monitoring the various safety management systems. But these monitoring systems are limited in effective situational awareness and response to a state of emergency immediately. It is necessary to develop an integrated safety management system display. In this study, we developed subway station safety management system`s (CCTV, fire detection & alarm system, screen door control equipment) integrated prototype display with ecological interface design framework and evaluated prototype display interface`s usability with GOMS model. The result was that the ecological interface`s performance was better than existing safety management system`s interface.
Ecological Interface Design (EID);Abstraction Hierarchy (AH);GOMS;Model Based Evaluation;
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