Tailoring MIL-STD-1472G: developing a system–level MANPRINT requirements document for contract use in the acquisition of military ground combat vehicles
Swain, Deborah L.
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This document has been created to initiate an artifact which can be further developed into a hard contract requirements document that will mandate human design requirements as critical and requiring accountability on programs. By quantifying high-level HSI requirements, human engineers are able to provide the pass/fail criteria sought by hardware engineers. The battle now is to review those documents which we use on a daily basis and tailor out those that fall under systems design and sub-systems design. Currently, human engineering documents are organized to cover general design and detailed design all in one paragraph. The intention of tailoring these requirements out and breaking them down by domain is to increase the ease of reviewing these documents and only provide the up-front information that’s most critical for design of a specific system.
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