ia050026 Inventory of International Standards related to People with Disabilities Version 2.3 Prepared by RERC on Access to Information Technology and RERC on Access to Telecommunications Trace R& D Center, University of Wisconsis This is a work in progress. It is compiled from many sources. No claims are made to accuracy or completeness. If any errors or omissions are detected please send a note to GV@trace.wisc.edu. Please include information for all 4 columns AND a URL from which the standard can be downloaded or purchased. Thanks to Jesssica Brodey, James Carter, Larry Goldberg, John Gill, and Richard Hodgkinson for contributions and assistance in compiling this document so far. Committee/ Standard Name of Standard (if complete) or Working Description Working Group /TC Group (if in progress) <URL to the Doc or purchase point> ISO International Standards Org. ISO TC 159/SC 1 Ergonomic This subcommittee handles general Guiding Principles ergonomic standards that are not product/system specific. ISO TC159/SC5 WG 1 ISO TS 14415 Ergonomics of the thermal environment- Application 1st CD under development Ergonomics of the thermal of International standards to the disabled, the aged environment and other handicapped persons. Possible NP to develop a standard for people with Possible new WG 6 (―People with special special needs, covering lighting, vision, thermal and requirements?) acoustics ISO TC 159 /WG2 Working Group on Ergonomics for people with The purpose of this group is to advise TC 159 special Requirements and its subcommittees on how to incorporate the needs of individuals with a "very wide continuum of competencies & abilities" into both existing and new ISO standards TC159/WG2 Ergonomics for SO TR 22411 [PDTR Ergonomic data and guidelines for the application of people with special expected summer ISO/IEC Guide 71 in standards related to products requirements 2005] and services to address the needs of older persons and persons with disabilities. ISO TC159/SC4 Ergonomics This subcommittee handles ergonomic of Human-System Interaction standards related to computer systems (including control rooms). TC159/SC4/WG5 Software ISO TS 16071  Guidance on Accessibility Ergonomics and Human- Computer Dialogues TC159/SC4/WG5 Software ISO IS 9241-171 [CD Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Has moved from focus on disabilities to focus Ergonomics and Human- out for ballot, CAC Guidance on software accessibility. (previously ISO on universal accessibility. 171 is a expansion of Computer Dialogues due date Mar 4, 2005] TS 16071) contents and restructuring of 16071 TC159/SC4/WG6 Human- ISO IS 9241- 20 [CD Ergonomics of human system interaction- Intended to be a high level accessibility standard Centred Design Processes for expected summer Accessibility Guideline for information above 171 (software) and a future hardware Interactive Systems 2005] communication equipment and services – General standard Guidelines. ISO 3461 General principles for the creation of graphical symbols ISO 11429 Ergonomics - System of auditory and visual danger and information signals. ISO 13407 Human-centred design processes for interactive systems ISO 7000 Graphical symbols for use on equipment ISO 7001 Public information symbols ISO 7176-5 Wheelchairs - Part 5: Determination of overall dimensions, mass and turning space. ISO 7239 Development and principles for application of public information symbols ISO 7816 Identification cards: Integrated circuit cards with contacts. Part 6 includes provision for storing language preferences ISO 9186 for the development and testing of public information symbols ISO 9241 Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display terminals ISO 20282 Usability of everyday products ISO/AWI 16071 Ergonomics of human-system interation - Guidance on software accessibility. (Under development). ISO/AWI 23973 Software ergonomics for World Wide Web user interfaces. (Under development). ISO/CD 11550 Technical aids for blind and visually impaired persons: Tactile ground surface indicators. ISO/CD 13406 Ergonomic requirements for flat panel displays (Part 1-2). ISO/CD 9355-1 Ergonomic requirements for the design of displays and control actuators. Part 1: Human interaction with displays ISO DIS 11549 Technical aids for vision and vision and hearing impaired persons: Acoustic and tactile signals for traffic lights ISO DIS 9355-2 Ergonomic requirements for the design of displays and control actuators. Part 1: Displays. ISO 10075 Ergonomic principles related to mental work-load This multi-part standard deals with environmental and situational impairment. Disability related?? ISO/TR 9527 Building construction - needs of disabled people in ICT aspects??? buildings - design guidelines. DUBLIN CORE ISO/IEC JTC1 Joint Technical Committee ISO/IEC GUIDE 71.2 Guidelines to address the needs of older persons and This Guide provides guidance to writers of people with disabilities when developing standards relevant International Standards on how to take into account the needs of older persons and persons with disabilities. ISO/IEC 10536 Identification cards: Contactless integrated circuit cards ISO/IEC 9995 Information technology: Keyboard layouts for text and office systems ISO/IEC 11581 User symbol interfaces and symbols: Icon symbols and functions JTC1/SC35/WG5 Cultural, Linguistic and User Requirements TR 19764  Technical Report on "Guidelines, methodology, and This technical report deals with providing reference criteria for cultural and linguistic accessibility to people from non-English adaptability in information technology products" speaking and potentially non-western cultures. ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 7 Software engineering This is the computer science standards committee that handles the development of all types of software. ISO/IEC 18019 Software documentation guidelines Includes guidelines for the accessibility of documentation ISO/IEC JTC1 SC 7 WG2 Systems Software Documentation ISO/IEC 18019  Guidelines for the design and preparation of user Contains guidelines (4.2.6) and references to documentation for application software documentation accessibility ISO/IEC 9127 Cover information for software packaging Includes recommendations for accessibility information to be provided on the exterior of packaging ISO/IEC JTC1 SC 35 WG6 WG 6, "User interfaces for people with special User Interfaces Sub Committee of the needs - (including children, the elderly, the International Standards body for permanently or temporarily disabled and people Information Technology in constrained usage environments ISO/IEC TR 19765 Information Technology – Survey of icons and [PDTR out for ballot, symbols that provide access to functions and facilities due date June 10, to improve the use of IT products by the elderly and 2005] persons with disabilities ISO/IEC TR 19766 Information Technology – Guidelines for the design [PDTR out for ballot, of icons and symbols to be accessible to all users, due date June 14, including the elderly and persons with disabilities 2005] ISO/IEC IS Information Technology - Framework for npXXXXX [CD establishing and evaluating accessibility in interactive expected out for vote systems" Sept 2005] ISO/IEC JTC1 SC36 WG7 Information Technology for Learning, Education, and Training ISO/IEC CD2 19786 Information technology -- Learning, education, and training -- Participant accommodation information ISO/IEC CD2 19787 Information technology -- Learning, education, and training -- Participant performance information ISO/IEC NO895 Information technology - Learning, education, and training - "Individualized Adaptability and Accessibility in E-Learning, Education and Training " It is expected that SC36 will soon start processing documents from the IMS Global Learning Consortium http://www.imsglobal.org/accessibility/ ISO/IEC new work Framework for establishing and evaluating item accessibility in interactive systems Anticipated new work Common industry format for usability test report This will be based on ANSI NCITS 354. item JTC1/SC35/WG8 User Interfaces for Remote Interactions ISO/IEC IS Information Technology – User Interfaces – Mainstream standard with disability benefit npXXXXX [CD Universal Remote Console. expected out for vote 2006] JTC1/SC36 Information It is expected that SC36 will soon start Technology for Learning, processing documents from the IMS Global Education, and Training Learning Consortium http://www.imsglobal.org/accessibility/ IMS Joint Technical Committee IMS Global Learning ACCLIP 1.0 IMS Accessibility for Learner Information Package A common language for specifying personal Consortium Specification preferences or needs with respect to computer mediated interactions or services IMS Global Learning ACCMD 1.0 IMS AccessForAll Meta-data Specification Common labels for resources that allow a Consortium, system to match the needs and preferences described using ACCLIP with the appropriate resources. NIST National Institute on Standards and Technology CBEFF - Draft Common Biometric Exchange Framework Format FEC Federal Elections Commission FEC Voting Standards Voting Standards W3C World Wide Web Consortium W3C WAI Web Accessibility Inititiative Works on all accessibility issues within WAI W3C WAI WCAG WG WCAG Web Content Accessibility Guidelines • Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Accessibility techniques documents W3C WAI ATAG WG ATAG Accessibility Testing Access Guidelines • Authoring and testing guidelines W3C WAI UAAG WG UAAG User Agent Accessibility Guidelines • User-Agent Guidelines W3C Xforms WG XForms XForms Web Forms / interface standards Timed Text WG Timed Text (TT) Timed Text (TT) Authoring Format 1.0 – Distribution http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/WD-ttaf1-dfxp- Authoring Format 1.0 Format Exchange Profile (DFXP) 20041101/ ATBCB/ ACCESS BOARD US Access Board -- Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board Access Board 28 CFR Part 35: and 28 CFR Part 35: Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Technical Accessibility Standards to support 28 CFR Part 36: Disability in State and Local Government Services Americans with Disabilities Act. (ADAAG) and 28 CFR Part 36: Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Disability by Public Accommodations and in Most commonly known as ADAAG ; ADA Commercial Facilities Accessibility Guidelines (AKA ADAAG ; ADA Accessibility Guidelines) Access Board Proposed amendments ADA Accessibility Guidelines Technical Accessibility Standards to support to ADAAG Americans with Disabilities Act. Access Board 36 CFR Part 1194 Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility Guidelines for the purchase of accessible [Docket No. 2000-01] Standards Electronic and Information Technology (E & RIN 3014-AA25 (508 Accessibility Standards) IT) by US Government. Technical [aka 508 stds ] Accessibility Standards to support Section 508 of Rehabilitation Act FCC AccessBoard and FCC 47 CFR Parts 6 & 7 Access to Telecommunications Service, Implementation of Sections 255 and 251(a)(2) Telecommunications Equipment and Customer of the Communications Act of 1934, as Enacted [ aka 255 stds ] Premises Equipment by Persons with Disabilities by the Telecommunications Act of 1996 (Section 255 Standards) FCC 47 C.F.R. § 79.1. Closed Captioning of Video Programming http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/dro/captioning_regs.ht ml FCC 47 C.F.R. § 79.2. Accessibility of Programming Providing Emergency http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/dro/captioning_regs.ht Information ml#79.2 FCC 47 C.F.R. § 79.3. Video Description of Video Programming. http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/dro/captioning_regs.ht ml#79.3 HFES - ANSI HFES 200 Human Factors Engineering of Software User * Introduction (HFES-200.1) Interfaces * Accessibility (HFES-200.2) * Interaction Techniques (HFES-200.3) * Visual Presentation (HFES-200.4) * Voice Input/Output (HFES-200.5) (IVR & Telephony) IEEE IEEE P1583 Voting Machine Standard Usability and Accessibility Standards for Voting Machines IEEE P1621 Standard for User Interface Elements in Power Power Controls Control of Electronic Devices Employed in Office/Consumer Environments ANSI/IEEE C.63/ANSI American National Standard for Methods of Measurements of wireless telephone emissions IEEE C.63.19 Measurement of Compatibility between Wireless and hearing aid immunity, with predicted Communication Devices and Hearing Aids performance based on measures. (Now in use in an FCC order) ANSI / INCITS/ International Committee for Information Technology Standards ANSI/INCITS 389 Protocol to Facilitate Operation of Information and Universal Remote Console A standard for Electronic Products through Remote and Alternative allowing alternate devices (including Interfaces and Intelligent Agents: Universal Remote mainstream and assistive technologies) to be Console able to control mainstream telecommunication, information technology, audiovisual and home appliances. ANSI/INCITS 390 Protocol to Facilitate Operation of Information and User Interface Socket Electronic Products: User Interface Socket Description Description ANSI/INCITS 391 Protocol to Facilitate Operation of Information and Presentation Templates Electronic Products through Remote and Alternative Interfaces and Intelligent Agents: Presentation Templates ANSI/INCITS 392 Protocol to Facilitate Operation of Information and Target Properties Sheet Electronic Products through Remote and Alternative Interfaces and Intelligent Agents: Target Properties Sheet ANSI/INCITS 393 Protocol to Facilitate Operation of Information and Resource Description Electronic Products through Remote and Alternative Interfaces and Intelligent Agents: Resource Description IETF Internet Engineering Task Force ISOC/IETF RFC 3261 Session initiation Protocol Session initiation Protocol – used to connect (2002) IETF RFC Voice over IP phone calls. 2543 SIP IETF RFC 2793 RTP Payload for Text Conversation. RTP Payload for T.140 text conversation. MIME Registered as "text/t140", used in H.323 and SIP IETF draft RFC Framework of requirements for real-time text conversation using SIP IETF RFC 3351 User requirements Handles transcoding and other value added services invoked through SIP. IETF RFC 2833 RTP Payload for DTMF Digits, Telephony Tones and Encoding and transport of tones over IP Telephony Signals IETF RFC 2733 An RTP Payload Format for Generic Forward Error Error correction method Correction ITU International Telecommunications Union ITU-T Study Group 16 Modem over IP International Recommendation for transport of v.150.1 Modem over IP ITU-T Study Group 16 Voice Band Data over IP International standardization to develop a new V.VBS (in process) Recommendation for Voice Band Data over IP. Useful for text telephony over enterprise networks. ITU-T Study Group 16 Text Telephony over IP International standardization to develop a new V.ToIP (in process) Recommendation for Text Telephony over IP. QH-03001 ITU-T Famework Recommendation for multimedia services, Multimedia Framework Recommendation Annex A.3. F.700 ITU-T Multimedia conversational services Defines Text Telephony and Total Conversation Recommendation services F.703 ITU-T A real time control protocol for simplex applications Addition of client id=2 for T.140 text transport Recommendation using the H.221 LSD/HSD/HLP channel. H.224 ITU-T Control Protocol for Multimedia Communication Multimedia Control protocol Recommendation H.245 ITU-T Gateway control protocol Text conversation protocol for multimedia Recommendation application. With amendment 1 (2000). Control H.248; of gateway between all forms of text conversation ITU-T Narrow-band visual telephone systems and terminal Recommendation equipment. H.320 ITU-T Text Conversation and Text SET. Defines T.140 text inclusion in H.323 IP Recommendation Multimedia H.323 Annex G;(02/00) ITU-T Terminal for low bit-rate multimedia communication Addition of data channel for T.140 text Recommendation H.324 ITU-T Analog simultaneous voice and data (permits Voice Recommendation V.61 carry over with ASCII modems ITU-T Text Chat Application Entity Application for text conversation in the T.120 Recommendation data conferencing concept. T.134 ITU-T Protocol for multimedia application text conversation. Text conversation protocol for multimedia Recommendation application. With amendment 1 (2000). T.140 ITU-T Marking of missing characters Marking of missing characters Recommendation T.140 - Addendum ITU-T Operational and Interworking Requirements for Includes Automatic interworking with most Recommendation V.18 DCE:s Operating in the Text Telephone Mode legacy text telephones. ITU-T Serial asynchronous automatic dialling and control Recommendation V.250 ITU-T Procedures for starting sessions of data transmission Recommendation V.8 over the public switched telephone network ITU-T Procedures for the identification and selection of Operational and interworking requirements for Recommendation V.8 common modes of operation between Data Circuit- DCE:s operating in the text telephone mode. bis terminating Equipments (DCEs) and between Data Terminal Equipments (DTEs) over the public switched telephone network ITU-T Procedures for the end-to-end connection of analogue Recommendation text telephones over an IP network V.151 (under devel) ITU-T Procedures for supporting Voice Band Data over IP Recommendation networks V.152 (under devel) H Series Supplement 1 Video Quality for sign language and lip reading Quality characteristics of video transmission of importance for sign language and lip-reading use. ITU Y.1541 Network performance objectives for IP-based services ITU - T E.118 Automatic international telephone credit cards ITU - T E.121 Pictograms, symbols and icons to assist Users of the telephone service ITU - T E.133 Operating procedures for cardphones ITU - T E.134 Human factors aspects of public terminals: Generic operating procedures. ITU - T E.135 Human factors aspects of public telecommunications terminals for people with disabilities. ITU - T E.136 Tactile identifier on pre-paid telephone cards ITU - T E.161 Arrangements of figures, letters and symbols on telephones ITU - T E.902 Interactive services design guidelines. ITU - T E.920 Procedures for designing, evaluating and selecting symbols, pictograms and icons. ITU - T P.370 Magnetic field strength around the earcap of telephone handsets which provide for coupling to hearing aids EIA Electronic Industries Association EIA/CES 608 Analog Television Closed Captioning (Line 21 Data Services) EIA 708 B Advanced Television Closed Captioning TIA & T1 /ANSI American National Standards Institute TR 30 A Frequency Shift Keyed Modem for use on the The first standard for TTY signals, which TIA/EIA 825a Public Switched Telephone Network permitted mainstream industry to design for compatibility with TTY as technologies moved to digital. TR 30.1 Standards for text over IP (TIA 1001) U.S. effort to develop standard methods for TIA 1001 (in process) carrying Baudot over IP telephony networks, using voice band data and gateway approaches. TIA- 504-A Telecommunications-Telephone Terminal Equipment-Magnetic Field and Acoustic Gain Requirements for Headset Telephones Intended for Use by the Hard of Hearing ANSI/TIA-968-A Telecommunications - Telephone Terminal Equipment - Technical Requirements for Connection of Terminal Equipment to the Telephone Network TR 45 2.5 mm Audio Interface For Mobile Wireless Connector standard for wireless telephones and TSB-121 Handsets - Text Telephones (TTY) TTYs T1.718-2001 PCS 1900 - Cellular Text Telephone Modem (CTM) Transmitter Bit Exact C-Code T1. 719-2001 PCS 1900 - Cellular Text Telephone Modem (CTM) General Description TIA IS-127-2 Enhanced Variable Rate Codec, Speech Service Option 3 for Wideband Spread Spectrum Digital Systems - Addendum 2 TIA IS-707-A-2 Data Services Options for Spread Spectrum Systems - Radio Link Protocol Type 3 - Addendum No. 2 TIA IS-733-1 High Rate Speech Service Option 17 for Wideband Spread Spectrum Communications Systems TIA IS-789A Electrical Specification for the Portable Phone to Vehicle Interface TIA IS-823 TTY/TDD Extension to TIA/EIA 136-410 Enhanced Full Rate Speech Codec TIA -IS-840 Minimum Performance Standards for Text Telephone Signal Detector and Text Telephone Signal Regenerator TIA TSB-121 2.5 mm Audio Interface For Mobile Wireless Handsets - Text Telephones (TTY) TIA/EIA-688 DTE/DCE Interface For Digital Cellular Equipment T1 American National Standard for Operations Provides and industry standard way for network T1.209-2003 Administration and Maintenance and Provisioning routing messages to be conveyed in TTY in (OAM&) – Network Tones and Announcements addition to voice. 3GPP 3GPP TS 22.101 Service principles Brief description of mobile text conversation 3GPP TS 22.226 GTT Service Stage 1 GTT Specific service description GTT Specific description of network 3GPP TS 23.226 GTT Architecture Stage 2 architecture for text conversation and especially CTM text telephony Robust and error tolerant modem for text 3GPP TS 26.226 CTM Modem, General description telephony specified for mobile networks. Circuit Switched Multimedia Telephony Includes text conversation using T.140 in AL1 3GPP TS 26.110 ( 3G.324 ) channel Includes text conversation using T.140 in RTP 3GPP TS 26.235 Packet Switched Conversational Multimedia ( SIP ) as RFC 2793. ACIF Australian Communications Industry Forum Access to Telecommunications for People with ACIF G586: (2001) Disabilities DR ACIF C625:2004 Accessibility Information for Telephone Equipment soon to be approved. Requirements for general use Customer Equipment AS/ACIF S040: (1999 for use with the Standard Telephone Service - Features for special needs of persons with disabilities. AS Standards Australia Design of Access and Mobility - Part 1, General AS 1428.1 Requirements for Access - Buildings, Australian Stds. Design of Access and Mobility - Part 2, Enhanced AS 1428.2 and additional requirements - buildings and facilities Design of Access and Mobility - Part 3, Requirements AS 1428.3 for children and adolescents with physical disabilites Design of Access and Mobility - Part 4, Tactile AS 1428.4 ground surface indicators for the orientation of people with vision impairment AS 3769 Automatic teller machines: User access Text telecommunications - User interface AS/NZS 4277:1995 requirements - For Deaf people and people with hearing and speech disabilities <http://www.ag.gov.au/agd/WWW/rwpattach.nsf/ Disability Standards for Education 2004 personal/F3CE59379EF3209DCA256EAC0004824B/ Draft $FILE/7+June+Disability+Standards+for+ Education+2004.rtf> CEN/ISSS European Committee for Standardization/ Information Society Standardization System CEN/ISSS Workshop ―Specifications for a complete European certification scheme concerning the delivery of a quality mark for Web Contnt Accessibility‖ CEN WS-DFA Sign language in the web. (proposal) [Same as CWA 14835 below??] CEN Comité Européen de Normalisation Smart Card Systems - Interoperable citizen services - CWA 13987-1 User related information (based on DISTINCT) - Part 1: Definition of User related information. Smart Card Systems - Interoperable citizen services - CWA 13987-1 User related information (based on DISTINCT) - Part 2: Implementation Guidelines CWA 14147 Financial transactional IC card reader (FINREAD). Guidelines to standardisers of ICT products and CWA 14661 services in the CEN ICT domain Guidelines for making information accessible through CWA 14835 sign language on the web Safety of Machinery: Ergonomic Design Principles: EN 614 Part 1: Terminology and General Principles Requirements for IC cards and terminals for EN 726 telecommunications use EN 894 Ergonomics of human-system interaction. Part 1 Design principles and symbols for the user interface. Part 2 Dimension and location of tactile Machine readable cards, related device interfaces and identifier for ID-1 cards. EN 1332 operations Part 3 Keypads. Part 4 Coding of user requirements for people with special needs. Part 4 Keyboard requirements. Part 11 Usability statements. Guide 6 (2002) EN 29241 Guidelines for standards developers to address the needs of older persons and persons with disabilities. Equivalent to ISO/IEC Guide 7 CSA Canadian Standards Association B65.1.1-01 Barrier-free design for Automated Banking Machines B480-02 Customer Service for People with Disabilities B651-95 Barrier-free design ETSI European Telecommunications Standards Institute ETSI dtr/hf 02015 Draft ETSI report on text telephony version 1.5.2 TD18 DTR|00018 Human Factors (HF); Human Factors (HF); User interface design principles EG 201 024 for the Telecommunications Management Network (TMN) applicable to the "G" Interface Human Factors (HF); Human factors issues in EG 201 103 Multimedia Information Retrieval Services (MIRS). Human Factors (HF); Framework for the EG 201 379 development, evaluation and selection of graphical symbols Human Factors (HF); Usability evaluation for the EG 201 472 design of telecommunication systems, services and terminals Human Factors (HF); Issues concerning User EG 201 795 identification in future telecommunications systems. Guidelines on the Multimodality of Icons, Symbols EG 202 048 and Pictograms Guidelines for ICT Products and Services: Design for EG 202 116 All EG 202 301 UCI: Using UCI to enhance communications for disabled, young, and elderly people Symbols to identify telecommunications facilities for EN 301 462 deaf and hard of hearing people. Human Factors (HF); Universal Personal Telecommunications (UPT); Specification of the ES 201 125 minimum Man-Machine Interface (MMI) for Phase 1 UPT Human Factors (HF); User control procedures in ES 201 275 basic call, point-to-point connections, for Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) videotelephony. Telecommunication keypads and keyboards: Tactile ES 201 381 identifiers. ES 202 076 Generic spoken command vocabulary for ICT devices and services Access to telecommunications for people with special needs: Recommendations for improving and adapting ETR 029 telecommunication terminals and services for people with impairments Human factors aspects of multimedia ETR 160 telecommunications Recommendations for a tactile identifier on machine ETR 165 readable cards for telecommunications terminals User instruction for public telecommunication ETR 167 services: design guidelines Human Factors (HF); Generic User control ETR 170 procedures for telecommunication terminals and services Human Factors (HF): HF Aspects of universal ETR 208 personal telecommunications (UPT); User requirements Text Telephony: Basic User Requirements and Describes user needs for text conversation and ETR 333 Recommendations guidelines for standardisation The implications of ageing for the design of telephone ETR 334 terminals Characteristics of telephone keypads and keyboards; ETR 345 Requirements of elderly and disabled people Human Factors (HF); Assessment and definition of a harmonized minimum man-machine interface (MMI) ETR 261-1 for accessing and controlling public network based supplementary services; Part 1: General approach and summary of findings ETS 138 Public terminals for the elderly ETS 300 375 Pictograms for point to point videotelephony Telephony for hearing impaired people: Inductive ETS 300 381 coupling of telephone earphones to hearing aids Telephony for hearing impaired people: Inductive ETS 300 388 coupling of telephone earphones to hearing aids Telephony for hearing impaired people: Characteristics of telephone sets that provide ETS 300 488 additional receiving amplification for the benefit of the hearing impaired. Telephony for the hearing impaired: Electrical ETS 300 679 coupling of telephone sets to hearing aids. Human Factors (HF): Minimum Man Machine ETS 300 738 Interface (MMI) to public network based supplementary services ETS 300 767 Telephone prepayment cards: Tactile identifier TC TR 001 Human Factors (HF): Generic Handsfree Procedures Human Factors (HF): Human Factors Aspects of Pan TC TR 003 European Numbering. Human Factors (HF); Harmonisation of code schemes TC TR 004 as minimum Man Machine Interface for Telecommunication Terminals Human Factors (HF): Ssatellite Personal TC TR 006 Communication Network; statement of User aspects for a S-PCN service TC TR 007 Human Factors (HF); User requirements of enhanced terminals for public use. Assignment of alphabetic letters to digits on push TCR-TR 023 button dialling keypads Guidelines for telecommunications relay services for Guidelines for Telecommunication Relay TR 101 806 text telephones. Services for text and video Requirements for Assistive Technology Devices in TR 102 068 ICT TR 103 073 UCI: Improving communications for disabled, young, and elderly people STF 286 Work item Access symbols for use with video content and ICT (subtitling/signing/audio description/voice devices‖ input/voice commands, but not as yet ―Open‖ and ―Closed captioning‖) IEC International Electrotechnical Commission IEC 73 Colours of pushbuttons and their meanings IEC 118-4 Hearing aids: magnetic field strength in audio frequency induction loops for hearing aid purposes JIS Japanese Industrial Standards Committee JIS S 0011 Guidelines for all people including elderly and people with disabilities - Marking of tactile dots on consumer products JIS S 0012 Guidelines for all people including elderly and people with disabilities - Usability of consumer products JIS S 0021 Guidelines for all people including elderly and people with disabilities - Packaging and receptacles JIS S 6310 Prepaid cards - General specification JIS 8071: 2003 Guidelines for standards developers to address the needs of older persons and persons with disabilities JIS 8341:2004 Guidelines for older persons and persons with Part 1: Common Guidelines disabilities- information communication equipment Part 2: Information processing equipment and services Part 3: Web contents Part 4: office equipment Part 5: Telecommunications equipment NSF Norges Standardiserings Forbund NS 3937 Functional measurements for use of wheelchairs OFCOM Office of Communications – United Kingdom Broadcasting Radiocommunications Telecommunications Penalty guidelines guidelineshttp://www.ofcom.org.uk/codes_guidelines/ MISCELLANEOUS AND UNSORTED DASMA DASMA 303 Standard for making building telecom and security systems accessible. UNE 139801:2003 Accessibility requirements for computer platforms. Hardware. UNE 139802:2003 Accessibility requirements for computer platforms. Software. DIN Technical Report Products in Design for All. 124: 2002 SMPTE DC28 digital cinema specs with provisions for subtitles KEY to SDOs JTC 1 Joint Technical Committee ISO/IEC SC 02 Coded Character Sets ISO International Standardization Organization SC 06 Telecommunications and Information Exchange TC 36 Cinematography Between Systems TC 37 Terminology and other language resources SC 07 Software and System Engineering TC 42 Photography SC 11 Flexible Magnetic Media for Digital Data Interchange TC 46 Information and documentation SC 17 Cards and Personal Identification TC 68 Financial services SC 22 Programming Languages, their Environments and TC 145 Graphical symbols Systems Software Interfaces TC 159 Ergonomics SC 23 Removable Digital Storage Media Utilizing Optical TC 207 Environmental management and./or Magnetic Recording Technology for Digital TC 211 Geographic information/Geomatics SC 24 Computer Graphics and Image Processing TC 215 Health informatics SC 25 Interconnection of Information Technology Equipment SC 27 IT Security Techniques SC 28 Office Equipment IEC SC 29 Coding of Audio, Picture, and Multimedia and TC 100 Audio, Video and Multimedia Systems and Equipment Hypermedia Information SC 31 Automatic Identification and Data Capture Techniques CENELEC European Committee for Electrotechnical SC 32 Data Management and Interchange Standardization SC 34 Document Description and Processing Languages EIA Electronic Industries Associeation SC 35 - User Interfaces ETSI European Telecommunications Standards Institute SC 36 Information Technology for Learning, Education, and IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Training IETF Internet Engineering Task Force SC 37 Biometrics INCITS International Committee for Information Technology Stds ITU-T Linux Standard Base 1395 Trade Association 3GPP 3rd Generation Partnership Project ATSC Advanced Television Systems Committee The Open Group BITKOM Bundesverband Informationswirtschaft, USB Universaly Systems Bus Telekommunikation und neue Medien e.V. VESA Video Electronics Standards Association Bluetooth W3C World Wide Web Consortium CEA Consumer Electronics Association CEN Comité Européen de Normalisation This work was funded by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, US Dept of Education under Grant H133E040013 and H133E030012. The opinions herein are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the funding agencies.