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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