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TELSCAN code of good practice and handbook of design guidelines for usability of systems by elderly and disabled drivers and travellers

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posted on 07.07.2006 by Colette Nicolle, Tracy Ross, Gary E. Burnett, L.J. Stapleton
The aim of the TELSCAN Handbook is to raise awareness within the Advanced Transport Telematics (ATT) design industries of the need to include elderly and disabled people in the design and evaluation process. Accessibility to systems for drivers and travellers should be considered early in the design process, just as much as other features such as the need for security, communications capabilities, and low maintenance costs (Nordic Cooperation on Disability, 1998).

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NICOLLE et al, 1999. TELSCAN code of good practice and handbook of design guidelines for usability of systems by elderly and disabled drivers and travellers. CEC Transport Telematics Project TR1108, TELSCAN Deliverable 5.1.

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