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HADRIAN: A human factors computer-aided inclusive design tool for transport planning

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posted on 15.08.2016 by J. Mark Porter, Russell Marshall, Keith Case, Diane Gyi, Ruth Sims, Steve Summerskill
HADRIAN is a computer-based inclusive design tool developed initially to support the design of kitchen and shopping based tasks. The tool is currently being expanded to include data on an individual’s ability to undertake a variety of transport-related tasks, such as vehicle ingress/egress, coping with uneven surfaces, steps, street furniture and complex pedestrian environments. A feature of the enhanced HADRIAN tool will be a journey planner that compares an individual’s physical, cognitive and emotional abilities with the demands that will placed upon that individual depending on the mode(s) of transport available and the route options.

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IET Seminar Digest

Volume

2006

Issue

11598

Pages

45 - 59

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PORTER, J.M. ...et al., 2006. Case study 2: HADRIAN: A human factors computer-aided inclusive design tool for transport planning. Presented at the The Institution of Engineering and Technology Seminar on Railway Human Factors in a Changing World, 2006, Nov 5-Dec 5th., pp. 45-59.

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© Loughborough University. Published by The Institution of Engineering and Technology

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2006

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This is a conference paper.

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9780863417504

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