Mapping Information Requirements for Police Patrol and Response to Informational Displays

@inproceedings{Branaghan2010MappingIR,
  title={Mapping Information Requirements for Police Patrol and Response to Informational Displays},
  author={Russell J. Branaghan and John H. Takamura and Mark T. Palmer and Emily A. Hildebrand and Daniel C. Sevier},
  year={2010}
}
  • Russell J. Branaghan, John H. Takamura, +2 authors Daniel C. Sevier
  • Published 2010
  • Engineering
  • Police officers frequently use mobile display terminals (MDTs) in their cruisers to gather information about calls. Unfortunately, MDT design often fails to indicate which information is important for each call. This limitation increases cognitive load and violates the principle of proximity compatibility (Wickens & Carswell, 1995). To improve MDT design, it is important to present appropriate information at the appropriate time, enabling officers to make sense of situations. The present… CONTINUE READING

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