12th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, San Francisco, November 2005.

One of the key recommendations from the European eSafety Working Group on Human Machine Interaction (HMI) involved development of the European Statement of Principles (ESoP) on HMI. The principles, originally published in 1999, are concerned with all information and communication systems intended to be used by drivers and controls, systmes behaviour and information about the system. Following a comparison with US and Japanese approaches, and taking account of opinions from European Memeber States, the principles have been revised and extended. This paper discusses the recommendations of the eSafety HMI Working Group, and reports progress with ESoP development during 2005.

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