Workload of passenger train driver at different roads and driving regimes
There was performed a chronometer study of the workload of passenger train drivers in the work in the areas of circulation differing in the complexity of the track profile and in working in various modes of conducting the train. As a result of the chronometer study of the workload ofpassenger train drivers in the work in the areas of circulation differing in the complexity of the track profile there was determined the structure of the workload of the operational activity of drivers and revealed the dependence of the increase in the number of control actions in the complication of the track profile. Analysis of data obtained as a result of the study ofpatterns of the activity in the manual mode and with the use of the automatic driving system showed a marked decrease in active control actions, but also revealed the growing problem ofphysical inactivity among train drivers. In addition, the issue of the preservation of movement and motor skills when working with systems of automatic driving trains requires a more detailed study.
About the authorsKaptsov V.A.
Kuzmin Vladimir A.
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