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ISO 6469-1:2009

Electrically propelled road vehicles - Safety specifications - Part 1: On-board rechargeable energy storage system (RESS)

ISO 6469-1:2009 specifies requirements for the on-board rechargeable energy storage systems (RESS) of electrically propelled road vehicles, including battery-electric vehicles (BEVs), fuel-cell vehicles (FCVs) and hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), for the protection of persons inside and outside the vehicle and the vehicle environment. Flywheels are not included in the scope of ISO 6469-1:2009.

ISO 6469-1:2009 does not apply to RESS in motorcycles and vehicles not primarily intended as road vehicles, such as material handling trucks or fork-lift trucks.

ISO 6469-1:2009 applies only to RESS in on-board voltage class B electric circuits for vehicle propulsion.

ISO 6469-1:2009 does not provide comprehensive safety information for manufacturing, maintenance and repair personnel.


ISO 6469-2:2018

Electrically propelled road vehicles - Safety specifications - Part 2: Vehicle operational safety

ISO 6469-2:2018 specifies requirements for operational safety specific to electrically propelled road vehicles, for the protection of persons inside and outside the vehicle.

NOTE 1 Relevant requirements for motorcycles and mopeds are described in ISO 13063.

ISO 6469-2:2018 does not provide comprehensive safety information for manufacturing, maintenance and repair personnel.

ISO 6469-2:2018 does not consider specific aspects of driving automation features.

NOTE 2 For definition of the term "driving automation features", see SAE J3016.


ISO 6469-3:2018

Electrically propelled road vehicles - Safety specifications - Part 3: Electrical safety

This document specifies electrical safety requirements for voltage class B electric circuits of electric propulsion systems and conductively connected auxiliary electric systems of electrically propelled road vehicles. It specifies electrical safety requirements for protection of persons against electric shock and thermal incidents. It does not provide comprehensive safety information for manufacturing, maintenance and repair personnel. NOTE 1 Electrical safety requirements for post-crash are described in ISO 6469 4. NOTE 2 Electrical safety requirements for conductive connections of electrically propelled road vehicles to an external electric power supply are described in ISO 17409. NOTE 3 Specific electrical safety requirements for magnetic field wireless power transfer between an external electric power supply and an electrically propelled vehicle are described in ISO PAS 19363. NOTE 4 Electrical safety requirements for motorcycles and mopeds are described in ISO 13063.


ISO 7637-1:2015

Road vehicles - Electrical disturbances from conduction and coupling - Part 1: Definitions and general considerations

ISO 7637-1:2015 defines the basic terms relating to electrical disturbances from conduction and coupling used in the other parts of ISO 7637. It also gives general information on the whole ISO 7637 series.


ISO 7637-2:2011

Road vehicles - Electrical disturbances from conduction and coupling - Part 2: Electrical transient conduction along supply lines only

ISO 7637-2:2011 specifies test methods and procedures to ensure the compatibility to conducted electrical transients of equipment installed on passenger cars and commercial vehicles fitted with 12 V or 24 V electrical systems. It describes bench tests for both the injection and measurement of transients. It is applicable to all types of road vehicles independent of the propulsion system (e.g. spark ignition or diesel engine, electric motor).

Function performance status classification for immunity to transients is also provided.


ISO 7637-3:2016

Road vehicles - Electrical disturbances from conduction and coupling - Part 3: Electrical transient transmission by capacitive and inductive coupling via lines other than supply lines

ISO 7637-3:2016 defines bench test methods to evaluate the immunity of devices under test (DUTs) to transient pulses coupled to lines other than supply lines. The test pulses simulate both fast and slow transient disturbances caused by the switching of inductive loads and relay contact bounce.

The following three test methods are described in ISO 7637-3:2016:

- capacitive coupling clamp (CCC) method;

- direct capacitive coupling (DCC) method;

- inductive coupling clamp (ICC) method.

ISO 7637-3:2016 applies to road vehicles fitted with nominal 12 V or 24 V electrical systems.

For transient pulses immunity, Annex B provides recommended test severity levels in line with the functional performance status classification (FPSC) principle described in ISO 7637‑1.


ISO/TR 8713:2012

Electrically propelled road vehicles - Vocabulary

ISO/TR 8713:2012 establishes a vocabulary of terms and the related definitions used in ISO TC22/SC21 standards. These terms are specific to the electric propulsion systems of electrically propelled road vehicles, i. e. battery electric vehicles (BEV), hybrid electric vehicles (HEV, PHEV), and (pure and hybrid electric) fuel cell vehicles (FCV, FCHEV).


ISO 8714:2002

Electric road vehicles - Reference energy consumption and range - Test procedures for passenger cars and light commercial vehicles

This International Standard specifies test procedures for measuring the reference energy consumption and reference range of purely electrically propelled passenger cars and commercial vehicles of a maximum authorized total mass of 3 500 kg and maximum speed greater than or equal to 70 km/h.


ISO 8715:2001

Electric road vehicles -- Road operating characteristics

This International Standard specifies the procedures for measuring the road performance of purely electrically propelled passenger cars and commercial vehicles of a maximum authorized total mass of 3 500 kg1).

The road performance comprises road operating characteristics such as speed, acceleration and hill climbing ability.

1) These vehicles comply with the vehicle categories M1 and N1 according to the Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles (R.E.3) of UN/ECE, and according to 70/156/ EEC, and with three and four wheel motor vehicles as defined in the Directives 92/53/EEC and 92/62/EEC.


ISO 9458:1988

Passenger cars - Starter motor electrical connections

Specifies the requirements for electrical connections used on the starter motors of passenger cars. Applies to the positive terminals of the starter motor to the battery and to the solenoid. The dimensions given in figures 1 to 4 are recommended for starter motor power between 0,5 and 4 kW. Details not specified are left to the manufacturer's choice.


ISO 10605:2008

Road vehicles - Test methods for electrical disturbances from electrostatic discharge

ISO 10605:2008 specifies the electrostatic discharge (ESD) test methods necessary to evaluate electronic modules intended for vehicle use. It applies to discharges in the following cases:

  • ESD in assembly;
  • ESD caused by service staff;
  • ESD caused by occupants.

ESD applied to the device under test (DUT) can directly influence the DUT. ESD applied to neighbouring parts can couple into supply and signal lines of the DUT in the vehicle and/or directly into the DUT.

ISO 10605:2008 describes test procedures for evaluating both electronic modules on the bench and complete vehicles. It also describes a test procedure that classifies the ESD sensitivity of modules for packaging and handling. ISO 10605:2008 applies to all types of road vehicles regardless of the propulsion system (e.g. spark-ignition engine, diesel engine, electric motor).

ISO 10605:2008 is based in part on IEC 61000-4-2 and describes vehicle-specific requirements.

ISO 10605:2008 does not apply to pyrotechnic modules.


ISO 11451-1:2015

Road vehicles - Vehicle test methods for electrical disturbances from narrowband radiated electromagnetic energy - Part 1: General principles and terminology

ISO 11451-1:2015 specifies general conditions, defines terms, gives practical guidelines, and establishes the basic principles of the vehicle tests used in the other parts of ISO 11451, for determining the immunity of passenger cars and commercial vehicles to electrical disturbances from narrowband radiated electromagnetic energy, regardless of the vehicle propulsion system (e.g. spark-ignition engine, diesel engine, electric motor).

The electromagnetic disturbances considered are limited to continuous narrowband electromagnetic fields. A wide frequency range (0,01 MHz to 18 000 MHz) is allowed for the immunity testing in this and the other parts of ISO 11451.


ISO 11451-2:2015

Road vehicles - Vehicle test methods for electrical disturbances from narrowband radiated electromagnetic energy - Part 2: Off-vehicle radiation sources

ISO 11451-2:2015 specifies a method for testing the immunity of passenger cars and commercial vehicles to electrical disturbances from off-vehicle radiation sources, regardless of the vehicle propulsion system (e.g. spark ignition engine, diesel engine, electric motor).

The electromagnetic disturbances considered are limited to narrowband electromagnetic fields.


ISO 11451-3:2015

Road vehicles - Vehicle test methods for electrical disturbances from narrowband radiated electromagnetic energy - Part 3: On-board transmitter simulation

ISO 11451-3:2015 specifies methods for testing the immunity of passenger cars and commercial vehicles to electromagnetic disturbances from on-board transmitters connected to an external antenna and portable transmitters with integral antennas, regardless of the vehicle propulsion system (e.g. spark ignition engine, diesel engine, electric motor).


ISO 11451-4:2013

Road vehicles - Vehicle test methods for electrical disturbances from narrowband radiated electromagnetic energy - Part 4: Bulk current injection (BCI)

ISO 11451-4:2013 specifies bulk current injection (BCI) test methods for testing the electromagnetic immunity of electronic components for passenger cars and commercial vehicles regardless of the propulsion system (e.g. spark-ignition engine, diesel engine, electric motor). The electromagnetic disturbance considered in ISO 11451-4:2013 is limited to continuous narrowband electromagnetic fields.

ISO 11451-1 gives definitions, practical use and basic principles of the test methods.


ISO 11452-1:2015

Road vehicles - Component test methods for electrical disturbances from narrowband radiated electromagnetic energy - Part 1: General principles and terminology

ISO 11452-1:2015 specifies general conditions, defines terms, gives practical guidelines, and establishes the basic principles of the component tests used in the other parts of ISO 11452 for determining the immunity of electronic components of passenger cars and commercial vehicles to electrical disturbances from narrowband radiated electromagnetic energy, regardless of the vehicle propulsion system (e.g. spark-ignition engine, diesel engine, electric motor).

The electromagnetic disturbances considered are limited to continuous narrowband electromagnetic fields. A wide frequency range (d.c. and 15 Hz to 18 GHz) is allowed for the immunity testing of the components in this and in the other parts of ISO 11452.


ISO/TR 11954:2008

Fuel cell road vehicles - Maximum speed measurement

ISO/TR 11954:2008 describes test procedures for measuring the maximum road speed of fuel cell passenger cars and light duty trucks which use compressed hydrogen and which are not externally chargeable, in accordance with national or regional standards or legal requirements.


ISO/TR 11955:2008

Hybrid-electric road vehicles - Guidelines for charge balance measurement

ISO/TR 11955 describes procedures of charge balance measurement to ensure necessary and sufficient accuracy of a fuel consumption test on hybrid-electric vehicles (HEV) with batteries, which is conducted based on ISO 23274.


ISO 12405-1:2011

Electrically propelled road vehicles - Test specification for lithium-ion traction battery packs and systems - Part 1: High-power applications

ISO 12405-1:2011 specifies test procedures for lithium-ion battery packs and systems for use in electrically propelled road vehicles.

The specified test procedures enable the determination of the essential characteristics of performance, reliability and abuse of lithium-ion battery packs and systems. They assist the user of ISO 12405-1:2011 to compare the test results achieved for different battery packs or systems.

Therefore, ISO 12405-1:2011 specifies standard test procedures for basic characteristics of performance, reliability and abuse of lithium-ion battery packs and systems.

It enables the setting up of a dedicated test plan for an individual battery pack or system subject to agreement between the customer and supplier. If required, the relevant test procedures and/or test conditions of lithium-ion battery packs and systems can be selected from the standard tests provided in ISO 12405-1:2011 to configure a dedicated test plan.

ISO 12405-1:2011 specifies tests for high-power battery packs and systems.



ISO 16750-1:2006

Road vehicles - Environmental conditions and testing for electrical and electronic equipment - Part 1: General

ISO 16750-1:2006 applies to electric and electronic systems/components for vehicles. It describes the potential environmental stresses and specifies tests and requirements recommended for the specific mounting location on/in the vehicle.

ISO 16750-1:2006 contains definitions and general notes. Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is not covered by ISO 16750.



ISO 16750-4:2010

Road vehicles - Environmental conditions and testing for electrical and electronic equipment - Part 4: Climatic loads

ISO 16750-4:2010 applies to electrical and electronic systems/components for road vehicles. ISO 16750-4:2010 describes the potential environmental stresses and specifies tests and requirements recommended for the specific mounting location on/in the road vehicle.

ISO 16750-4:2010 describes climatic loads.


ISO 16750-5:2010

Road vehicles - Environmental conditions and testing for electrical and electronic equipment - Part 5: Chemical loads

ISO 16750-5:2010 applies to electrical and electronic systems/components for road vehicles. ISO 16750-5:2010 describes the potential environmental stresses and specifies tests and requirements recommended for the specific mounting location on/in the road vehicle.

ISO 16750-5:2010 describes chemical loads. It is not designed to evaluate whether an electrical/electronic system/component is suitable for performing during continuous contact with an agent, such as a fuel pump immersed continuously in fuel.


ISO 20653:2013

Road vehicles - Degrees of protection (IP code) - Protection of electrical equipment against foreign objects, water and access

ISO 20653:2013 applies to degrees of protection (IP code) provided by enclosures of the electrical equipment of road vehicles. It specifies the following:

  1. Designations and definitions of types and degrees of protection provided by enclosures of electrical equipment (IP codes) for the:
    1. protection of electrical equipment within the enclosure against ingress of foreign objects, including dust (protection against foreign objects);
    2. protection of persons against access to hazardous parts inside the enclosure (protection against access);
    3. protection of electrical equipment inside the enclosure against effects due to ingress of water (protection against water).
  2. Requirements for each degree of protection.
  3. Tests to be carried out in order to confirm that the enclosure complies with requirements of the relevant degree of protection.


ISO 23273:2013

Fuel cell road vehicles - Safety specifications - Protection against hydrogen hazards for vehicles fuelled with compressed hydrogen

ISO 23273:2013 specifies the essential requirements for fuel cell vehicles (FCV) with respect to the protection of persons and the environment inside and outside the vehicle against hydrogen-related hazards.

It applies only to such FCV where compressed hydrogen is used as fuel for the fuel cell system.

ISO 23273:2013 does not apply to manufacturing, maintenance, and repair.

The requirements of ISO 23273:2013 address both normal operating (fault-free) and single-fault conditions of the vehicles.


ISO 23274-1:2013

Hybrid-electric road vehicles - Exhaust emissions and fuel consumption measurements - Part 1: Non-externally chargeable vehicles

ISO 23274-1:2013 specifies a chassis dynamometer test procedure to measure the exhaust emissions and the electric energy and fuel consumption for the vehicles.

It applies to vehicles with the following characteristics:

  • the vehicle is classified as passenger cars or light duty trucks, as defined in each regional annex;
  • the nominal energy of the rechargeable energy storage system (RESS) is at least 2 % of the total energy consumption over an applicable driving test (ADT);
  • internal combustion engine (ICE) only using liquid fuels (for example, gasoline and diesel fuel).

In the case of vehicles with ICE using other fuel [for example, compressed natural gas (CNG), liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), hydrogen], this part of ISO 23274 can apply except the measurement of consumed fuel; otherwise the measurement method for those using the corresponding fuel can apply.

ISO 23274-1:2013 proposes procedures for correcting the measured emissions and fuel consumption of hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), in order to obtain the values when the battery state of charge (SOC) of the RESS does not remain the same between the beginning and the end of an ADT.

It can also be applied to measurement procedures for exhaust emissions and fuel consumption of externally chargeable HEVs when a vehicle is not externally charged and operated only in the charge sustaining (CS) state, as described in ISO 23274-2.

For CS state, see ISO 23274-2.




ISO 26262-1:2011

Road vehicles - Functional safety - Part 1: Vocabulary

ISO 26262 is intended to be applied to safety-related systems that include one or more electrical and/or electronic (E/E) systems and that are installed in series production passenger cars with a maximum gross vehicle mass up to 3 500 kg. ISO 26262 does not address unique E/E systems in special purpose vehicles such as vehicles designed for drivers with disabilities.

Systems and their components released for production, or systems and their components already under development prior to the publication date of ISO 26262, are exempted from the scope. For further development or alterations based on systems and their components released for production prior to the publication of ISO 26262, only the modifications will be developed in accordance with ISO 26262.

ISO 26262 addresses possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E safety-related systems, including interaction of these systems. It does not address hazards related to electric shock, fire, smoke, heat, radiation, toxicity, flammability, reactivity, corrosion, release of energy and similar hazards, unless directly caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E safety-related systems.

ISO 26262 does not address the nominal performance of E/E systems, even if dedicated functional performance standards exist for these systems (e.g. active and passive safety systems, brake systems, Adaptive Cruise Control).

ISO 26262-1:2011 specifies the terms, definitions and abbreviated terms for application in all parts of ISO 26262.


ISO 26262-10:2012

Road vehicles - Functional safety - Part 10: Guideline on ISO 26262

ISO 26262 is intended to be applied to safety-related systems that include one or more electrical and/or electronic (E/E) systems and that are installed in series production passenger cars with a maximum gross vehicle mass up to 3 500 kg. ISO 26262 does not address unique E/E systems in special purpose vehicles such as vehicles designed for drivers with disabilities.

Systems and their components released for production, or systems and their components already under development prior to the publication date of ISO 26262, are exempted from the scope. For further development or alterations based on systems and their components released for production prior to the publication of ISO 26262, only the modifications will be developed in accordance with ISO 26262.

ISO 26262 addresses possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E safety-related systems, including interaction of these systems. It does not address hazards related to electric shock, fire, smoke, heat, radiation, toxicity, flammability, reactivity, corrosion, release of energy and similar hazards, unless directly caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E safety-related systems.

ISO 26262 does not address the nominal performance of E/E systems, even if dedicated functional performance standards exist for these systems (e.g. active and passive safety systems, brake systems, Adaptive Cruise Control).

ISO 26262-10:2012 provides an overview of ISO 26262, as well as giving additional explanations, and is intended to enhance the understanding of the other parts of ISO 26262. It describes the general concepts of ISO 26262 in order to facilitate comprehension. The explanation expands from general concepts to specific contents.

In the case of inconsistencies between ISO 26262-10:2012 and another part of ISO 26262, the requirements, recommendations and information specified in the other part of ISO 26262 apply.


ISO 26262-2:2011

Road vehicles - Functional safety - Part 2: Management of functional safety

ISO 26262 is intended to be applied to safety-related systems that include one or more electrical and/or electronic (E/E) systems and that are installed in series production passenger cars with a maximum gross vehicle mass up to 3 500 kg. ISO 26262 does not address unique E/E systems in special purpose vehicles such as vehicles designed for drivers with disabilities.

Systems and their components released for production, or systems and their components already under development prior to the publication date of ISO 26262, are exempted from the scope. For further development or alterations based on systems and their components released for production prior to the publication of ISO 26262, only the modifications will be developed in accordance with ISO 26262.

ISO 26262 addresses possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E safety-related systems, including interaction of these systems. It does not address hazards related to electric shock, fire, smoke, heat, radiation, toxicity, flammability, reactivity, corrosion, release of energy and similar hazards, unless directly caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E safety-related systems.

ISO 26262 does not address the nominal performance of E/E systems, even if dedicated functional performance standards exist for these systems (e.g. active and passive safety systems, brake systems, Adaptive Cruise Control).

ISO 26262-2:2011 specifies the requirements for functional safety management for automotive applications, including the following:

  • project-independent requirements with regard to the organizations involved (overall safety management), and
  • project-specific requirements with regard to the management activities in the safety lifecycle (i.e. management during the concept phase and product development, and after the release for production).


ISO 26262-3:2011

Road vehicles - Functional safety - Part 3: Concept phase

ISO 26262 is intended to be applied to safety-related systems that include one or more electrical and/or electronic (E/E) systems and that are installed in series production passenger cars with a maximum gross vehicle mass up to 3 500 kg. ISO 26262 does not address unique E/E systems in special purpose vehicles such as vehicles designed for drivers with disabilities.

Systems and their components released for production, or systems and their components already under development prior to the publication date of ISO 26262, are exempted from the scope. For further development or alterations based on systems and their components released for production prior to the publication of ISO 26262, only the modifications will be developed in accordance with ISO 26262.

ISO 26262 addresses possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E safety-related systems, including interaction of these systems. It does not address hazards related to electric shock, fire, smoke, heat, radiation, toxicity, flammability, reactivity, corrosion, release of energy and similar hazards, unless directly caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E safety-related systems.

ISO 26262 does not address the nominal performance of E/E systems, even if dedicated functional performance standards exist for these systems (e.g. active and passive safety systems, brake systems, Adaptive Cruise Control).

ISO 26262-3:2011 specifies the requirements for the concept phase for automotive applications, including the following:

  • item definition,
  • initiation of the safety lifecycle,
  • hazard analysis and risk assessment, and
  • functional safety concept.


ISO 26262-4:2011

Road vehicles - Functional safety - Part 4: Product development at the system level

ISO 26262 is intended to be applied to safety-related systems that include one or more electrical and/or electronic (E/E) systems and that are installed in series production passenger cars with a maximum gross vehicle mass up to 3 500 kg. ISO 26262 does not address unique E/E systems in special purpose vehicles such as vehicles designed for drivers with disabilities.

Systems and their components released for production, or systems and their components already under development prior to the publication date of ISO 26262, are exempted from the scope. For further development or alterations based on systems and their components released for production prior to the publication of ISO 26262, only the modifications will be developed in accordance with ISO 26262.

ISO 26262 addresses possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E safety-related systems, including interaction of these systems. It does not address hazards related to electric shock, fire, smoke, heat, radiation, toxicity, flammability, reactivity, corrosion, release of energy and similar hazards, unless directly caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E safety-related systems.

ISO 26262 does not address the nominal performance of E/E systems, even if dedicated functional performance standards exist for these systems (e.g. active and passive safety systems, brake systems, Adaptive Cruise Control).

ISO 26262-4:2011 specifies the requirements for product development at the system level for automotive applications, including the following:

  • requirements for the initiation of product development at the system level,
  • specification of the technical safety requirements,
  • the technical safety concept,
  • system design,
  • item integration and testing,
  • safety validation,
  • functional safety assessment, and
  • product release.


ISO 26262-5:2011

Road vehicles - Functional safety - Part 5: Product development at the hardware level

ISO 26262 is intended to be applied to safety-related systems that include one or more electrical and/or electronic (E/E) systems and that are installed in series production passenger cars with a maximum gross vehicle mass up to 3 500 kg. ISO 26262 does not address unique E/E systems in special purpose vehicles such as vehicles designed for drivers with disabilities.

Systems and their components released for production, or systems and their components already under development prior to the publication date of ISO 26262, are exempted from the scope. For further development or alterations based on systems and their components released for production prior to the publication of ISO 26262, only the modifications will be developed in accordance with ISO 26262.

ISO 26262 addresses possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E safety-related systems, including interaction of these systems. It does not address hazards related to electric shock, fire, smoke, heat, radiation, toxicity, flammability, reactivity, corrosion, release of energy and similar hazards, unless directly caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E safety-related systems.

ISO 26262 does not address the nominal performance of E/E systems, even if dedicated functional performance standards exist for these systems (e.g. active and passive safety systems, brake systems, Adaptive Cruise Control).

ISO 26262-5:2011 specifies the requirements for product development at the hardware level for automotive applications, including the following:

  • requirements for the initiation of product development at the hardware level,
  • specification of the hardware safety requirements,
  • hardware design,
  • hardware architectural metrics, and
  • evaluation of violation of the safety goal due to random hardware failures and hardware integration and testing.

The requirements of ISO 26262-5:2011 for hardware elements are applicable both to non-programmable and programmable elements, such as ASIC, FPGA and PLD. Furthermore, for programmable electronic elements, requirements in ISO 26262-6, ISO 26262-8:2011, Clause 11, and ISO 26262-8:2011, Clause 12, are applicable.


ISO 26262-6:2011

Road vehicles - Functional safety - Part 6: Product development at the software level

ISO 26262 is intended to be applied to safety-related systems that include one or more electrical and/or electronic (E/E) systems and that are installed in series production passenger cars with a maximum gross vehicle mass up to 3 500 kg. ISO 26262 does not address unique E/E systems in special purpose vehicles such as vehicles designed for drivers with disabilities.

Systems and their components released for production, or systems and their components already under development prior to the publication date of ISO 26262, are exempted from the scope. For further development or alterations based on systems and their components released for production prior to the publication of ISO 26262, only the modifications will be developed in accordance with ISO 26262.

ISO 26262 addresses possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E safety-related systems, including interaction of these systems. It does not address hazards related to electric shock, fire, smoke, heat, radiation, toxicity, flammability, reactivity, corrosion, release of energy and similar hazards, unless directly caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E safety-related systems.

ISO 26262 does not address the nominal performance of E/E systems, even if dedicated functional performance standards exist for these systems (e.g. active and passive safety systems, brake systems, Adaptive Cruise Control).

ISO 26262-6:2011 specifies the requirements for product development at the software level for automotive applications, including the following:

  • requirements for initiation of product development at the software level,
  • specification of the software safety requirements,
  • software architectural design,
  • software unit design and implementation,
  • software unit testing,
  • software integration and testing, and
  • verification of software safety requirements.


ISO 26262-7:2011

Road vehicles - Functional safety - Part 7: Production and operation

ISO 26262 is intended to be applied to safety-related systems that include one or more electrical and/or electronic (E/E) systems and that are installed in series production passenger cars with a maximum gross vehicle mass up to 3 500 kg. ISO 26262 does not address unique E/E systems in special purpose vehicles such as vehicles designed for drivers with disabilities.

Systems and their components released for production, or systems and their components already under development prior to the publication date of ISO 26262, are exempted from the scope. For further development or alterations based on systems and their components released for production prior to the publication of ISO 26262, only the modifications will be developed in accordance with ISO 26262.

ISO 26262 addresses possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E safety-related systems, including interaction of these systems. It does not address hazards related to electric shock, fire, smoke, heat, radiation, toxicity, flammability, reactivity, corrosion, release of energy and similar hazards, unless directly caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E safety-related systems.

ISO 26262 does not address the nominal performance of E/E systems, even if dedicated functional performance standards exist for these systems (e.g. active and passive safety systems, brake systems, Adaptive Cruise Control).

ISO 26262-7:2011 specifies the requirements for production, operation, service and decommissioning.


ISO 26262-8:2011

Road vehicles - Functional safety - Part 8: Supporting processes

ISO 26262 is intended to be applied to safety-related systems that include one or more electrical and/or electronic (E/E) systems and that are installed in series production passenger cars with a maximum gross vehicle mass up to 3 500 kg. ISO 26262 does not address unique E/E systems in special purpose vehicles such as vehicles designed for drivers with disabilities.

Systems and their components released for production, or systems and their components already under development prior to the publication date of ISO 26262, are exempted from the scope. For further development or alterations based on systems and their components released for production prior to the publication of ISO 26262, only the modifications will be developed in accordance with ISO 26262.

ISO 26262 addresses possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E safety-related systems, including interaction of these systems. It does not address hazards related to electric shock, fire, smoke, heat, radiation, toxicity, flammability, reactivity, corrosion, release of energy and similar hazards, unless directly caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E safety-related systems.

ISO 26262 does not address the nominal performance of E/E systems, even if dedicated functional performance standards exist for these systems (e.g. active and passive safety systems, brake systems, Adaptive Cruise Control).

ISO 26262-8:2011 specifies the requirements for supporting processes, including the following:

  • interfaces within distributed developments,
  • overall management of safety requirements,
  • configuration management,
  • change management,
  • verification,
  • documentation,
  • confidence in the use of software tools,
  • qualification of software components,
  • qualification of hardware components, and
  • proven in use argument.


ISO 26262-9:2011

Road vehicles - Functional safety - Part 9: Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL)-oriented and safety-oriented analyses

ISO 26262 is intended to be applied to safety-related systems that include one or more electrical and/or electronic (E/E) systems and that are installed in series production passenger cars with a maximum gross vehicle mass up to 3 500 kg. ISO 26262 does not address unique E/E systems in special purpose vehicles such as vehicles designed for drivers with disabilities.

Systems and their components released for production, or systems and their components already under development prior to the publication date of ISO 26262, are exempted from the scope. For further development or alterations based on systems and their components released for production prior to the publication of ISO 26262, only the modifications will be developed in accordance with ISO 26262.

ISO 26262 addresses possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E safety-related systems, including interaction of these systems. It does not address hazards related to electric shock, fire, smoke, heat, radiation, toxicity, flammability, reactivity, corrosion, release of energy and similar hazards, unless directly caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E safety-related systems.

ISO 26262 does not address the nominal performance of E/E systems, even if dedicated functional performance standards exist for these systems (e.g. active and passive safety systems, brake systems, Adaptive Cruise Control).

ISO 26262-9:2011 specifies the requirements for Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL)-oriented and safety-oriented analyses, including the following:

  • requirements decomposition with respect to ASIL tailoring,
  • criteria for coexistence of elements,
  • analysis of dependent failures, and
  • safety analyses.


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