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SAE J 1050 : 2009

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DESCRIBING AND MEASURING THE DRIVER'S FIELD OF VIEW
Published date

13-02-2009

1 Scope
2 References
  2.1 Applicable publications
3 Definitions
4 Measuring direct field of view
  4.1 Direct field of an individual driver
  4.2 Direct field of a group of drivers
  4.3 Method for approximating direct field of view through
      windows
5 Measuring indirect field of view
  5.1 Field of view for an individual driver
  5.2 Field of view for a group of drivers
  5.3 Field of view using neck pivot points defined in
      SAE J 941
6 Obstructions
  6.1 Obstruction in direct field as seen by an individual
      driver
  6.2 Obstructions in the direct field as seen by a group of
      drivers
  6.3 Determining the areas on the display and control surfaces
      which are not obstructed
  6.4 Obstruction in the indirect field
Appendix A Developing V and P points
Appendix B Approximating the indirect field of view using 'P'
           points defined in SAE J 941
Appendix C Approximating the obstructing angle from A-pillars
Appendix D Approximating the visible areas on control and
           display surfaces

Establishes method for describing and measuring the driver's field of view. Specifies three methods for measuring the direct and indirect fields of view and the extent of obstructions within those fields.

DocumentType
Standard
PublisherName
SAE International
Status
Current

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