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Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) standards cover reference model architectures and data formatting. Because of the wide array of different technologies employed in intelligent transport systems, and the necessary smooth interaction between the vehicle, its parts, outside sensors, the network that draws information from those sensors, and the manipulations that occur later makes standardization a key component of the system as a whole.

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ISO 14817-1:2015

Intelligent transport systems - ITS central data dictionaries - Part 1: Requirements for ITS data definitions

ISO 14817-1:2015 specifies the logical structure (framework) and the data content (substance) of intelligent transport systems (ITS) data dictionaries (DDs). Specifically, this part of ISO 14817 specifies the following: - framework used to identify and define all data concepts; - meta-attributes used to describe, standardize and manage each of the data concepts defined within this framework; - requirements used to record these definitions; - naming conventions for the data concepts; - a set of preferred data concepts within the ITS domain; - data modelling method for defining ITS data concepts, when used. DDs support data concepts derived from any number of international, regional or national system architecture methodologies and/or techniques. Common data formats and operating procedures will ease migration and interoperability between such approaches. A data concept registry is an electronic data dictionary that supports some additional features. The CIDCR refers to the specific implementation of an ITS data concept registry that is operated under the auspices of ISO/TC 204. The term data concept registries may refer to the CIDCR and/or any other national or regional data concept registry that chooses to conform to this part of ISO 14817.


ISO 14817-2:2015

Intelligent transport systems - ITS central data dictionaries - Part 2: Governance of the Central ITS Data Concept Registry

ISO 14817-2:2015 specifies the registration process to enter data concepts into the Central ITS Data Concept Registry (CIDCR). The CIDCR is designed to include data concepts that conform to ISO 14817-1. These data concepts may be derived from the system architecture defined in ISO 14813, but may also support data concepts using alternative International, Regional or National System Architecture methodologies or techniques.


ISO/TR 17424:2015

Intelligent transport systems - Cooperative systems - State of the art of Local Dynamic Maps concepts

ISO/TR 17424:2015 surveys the status of Local Dynamic Map (LDM) regarding architecture, implementation, and standardization efforts. It summarizes the high level architectures of the most important implementations and compares it with the CEN/ETSI/ISO ITS-Station architecture. ISO/TR 17424:2015 derives out of the application needs the requirements for a global LDM concept in terms of functionality, technical and legal aspects. A gap analysis with existing specification and standards will be performed and recommendations towards SDOs and decision bodies will be made. ISO/TR 17424:2015 does not give any decision on how or whether one of the solutions described is commercially feasible to be considered as an implementable offer to the user. ISO/TR 17424:2015 considers the most important documents and research projects to the knowledge of the authors, but does not claim to be complete or free of any mistakes.


ISO 17185-1:2014

Intelligent transport systems - Public transport user information - Part 1: Standards framework for public information systems

ISO 17185-1:2014 defines the framework for the realization of efficient public transport user information provision to surface public transport users including international worldwide travellers. In the surface public transport user information provision area, a set of regional and national standards have already been established by related regional and national standardizing bodies. ISO 17185-1:2014 defines basic framework for user information provision for surface public transport users, from the viewpoint that the surface public transport users should be provided with proper static and real-time information when it is most desired and effective. In order to realize the desirable information provision, surface public transport information has to be efficiently gathered, processed, and provided to surface public transport users in an appropriate way by using currently available regional standards. ISO 17185-1:2014 does not aim to define a new part of ISO 17185 that supersede current regional and national standards related to surface public transport. It aims to define the basic framework of surface public transport user information provision by esteeming existing regional standards and wisely using them. ISO 17185-1:2014 does not aim to define specific information interfaces such as data format or a stop point numbering system. The currently available regional standards established by regional and national groups are suggested to be applied in that scope.


ISO/TR 17185-3:2015

Intelligent transport systems - Public transport user information - Part 3: Use cases for journey planning systems and their interoperation

ISO/TR 17185-3:2015 is to define high level general requirements of journey planning systems by standardizing use cases. This part of ISO 17185 defines basic requirements for implementing the journey planning system, from the viewpoint that the public transport users should be provided with convenient tool to make his or her journey more efficient ones. In order to realize the desirable journey planning system, public transport information has to be efficiently processed and provided to public transport users in an appropriate way by using currently available regional standards. This part of ISO 17185 does not standardize specific information interfaces such as data format or a stop point numbering system and so on but currently available regional standards established by regional and national groups are suggested to be applied. ISO 17185 is composed of the following parts: - Part 1: Standards framework for public information systems: (International Standard) - Part 2: Data and Interface standards catalogue and cross reference: (Technical Report) - Part 3: Use cases for journey planning systems and their inter-operation: (Technical Report)


ISO 26684:2015

Intelligent transport systems (ITS) - Cooperative intersection signal information and violation warning systems (CIWS) - Performance requirements and test procedures

ISO 26684:2015 specifies the concept of operation, system requirements, and test methods for cooperative intersection signal information and violation warning systems (CIWS) at signalized intersections. CIWS are intended to reduce the likelihood of crash injury, damage, and fatality by enhancing the capability of drivers to avoid crash situations at signalized intersections. The scope of CIWS standardization includes basic functions, functional requirements, performance requirements, information contents, and test methods. The characteristics of the technologies used to communicate between the signal controller and the vehicles are not addressed by this International Standard nor are the behavioural responses by drivers, the various capabilities of vehicles on the road, or the multitude of combinations of these two characteristics.


ASTM E2213-03(2018)

Standard Specification for Telecommunications and Information Exchange Between Roadside and Vehicle Systems — 5-GHz Band Dedicated Short-Range Communications (DSRC), Medium Access Control (MAC), and Physical Layer (PHY) Specifications

1.1 This specification 2 describes a medium access control (MAC) and physical layer (PHY) specification for wireless connectivity using dedicated short-range communications (DSRC) services. This standard is based on and refers to IEEE Standards 802.11, Wireless LAN Medium Access Control and Physical Layer Specifications, and 802.11a, Wireless LAN Medium Access Control and Physical Layer Specifications High-Speed Physical Layer in the 5 GHz Band, with permission from the IEEE Society. This specification is meant to be an extension of IEEE 802.11 technology into the high-speed vehicle environment. As presented here, this specification contains just enough information to explain the difference between IEEE 802.11 and IEEE 802.11a operating parameters required to implement a mostly high-speed data transfer service in the 5.9-GHz Intelligent Transportation Systems Radio Service (ITS-RS) band. Potential operations within the Unlicensed National Information Infrastructure (UNII) band are also addressed, as appropriate. 1.2 Purpose The purpose of this specification is to provide wireless communications over short distances between information sources and transactions stations on the roadside and mobile radio units, between mobile units, and between portable units and mobile units. The communications generally occur over line-of-sight distances of less than 1000 m between roadside units and mostly high-speed, but occasionally stopped and slow-moving, vehicles or between high-speed vehicles. This specification also offers regulatory bodies a means of standardizing access to the 5.9-GHz frequency band for the purpose of interoperable communications to and between vehicles at line-of-sight distances on the roadway. 1.3 Specifically, this specification accomplishes the following: 1.3.1 Describes the functions and services required by a DSRC and IEEE 802.11-compliant device to operate in a high-speed mobile environment. 1.3.2 Refers to IEEE 802.11 MAC procedures. 1.3.3 Defines the 5.9-GHz DSRC signaling technique and interface functions that are controlled by the IEEE 802.11 MAC. 1.3.4 Permits the operation of a DSRC-conformant device within a DSRC communications zone that may coexist with multiple overlapping DSRC communication zones. 1.3.5 Describes the requirements and procedures to provide privacy of user information being transferred over the wireless medium and authentication of the DSRC or IEEE 802.11-conformant devices. 1.4 This international standard was developed in accordance with internationally recognized principles on standardization established in the Decision on Principles for the Development of International Standards, Guides and Recommendations issued by the World Trade Organization Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) Committee.


ASTM E2259-03a(2018)

Standard Guide for Archiving and Retrieving Intelligent Transportation Systems-Generated Data

1.1 This guide covers desired approaches to be considered and followed in planning, developing, and operating specific ADMS for the archiving and retrieval of Intelligent Transportation Systems-generated data. The scope of this guide anticipates incremental or modular implementation of an ADMS, which over time and with a series of investment of resources will approach or exceed desired practice. However, it is recognized that programmatic constraints of time and budget resources do not always allow practitioners to follow a more desirable course of action, and that during interim periods the ability to implement a particular fully functioning system may be less than desired. 1.2 The desired approaches described in this guide are foundational and are not intended to be all-inclusive. Users of this guide are allowed, and indeed encouraged, to exceed the desired practices in one or more of several ways. An example of one way is that to address and satisfy the particular needs and requirements of some of the intended users and stakeholders for a particular implementation may necessitate exceeding the desired practice. Another example is that some implementations may want to foster innovations and research into new methods and procedures related to the overall implementation of a particular ITS activity. Part of that may be the recognition that specialized archiving or retrieval processes, or both, would facilitate such innovations or research, or both. A third example is that some organizations may simply have more resources to invest in activities such as archiving and retrieval systems and may choose to have more quantities or higher quality of data and information available to their planning or operations units to use in their day-to-day activities. 1.3 This international standard was developed in accordance with internationally recognized principles on standardization established in the Decision on Principles for the Development of International Standards, Guides and Recommendations issued by the World Trade Organization Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) Committee.


ASTM E2665-08(2017)

Standard Specification for Archiving ITS-Generated Traffic Monitoring Data

1.1 This specification describes data elements and schema for an archived data management system for intelligent transportation system (ITS)-generated traffic monitoring data, including conventional traffic monitoring data, data collected directly from ITS systems, and travel-time data from probe vehicles. It establishes the names of the data elements, their interrelationships, and their procedural definitions. These procedural definitions include data collection instrumentation and methodology as well as recommended procedures for calculating traffic statistics. 1.2 This specification is intended for primary use by archived data management system (ADMS) developers and administrators. It also can be used by traffic operations and planning stakeholders who need to understand the contents of the ADMS. ITS systems exist across a variety of governmental levels, and the data archived in such a system would be available to all levels of government and the private sector, making this specification applicable to all levels of government and the private sector. 1.3 Many users might wish to develop integrated archived traffic data management systems that include both ITS-generated data and data collected from conventional traffic-monitoring programs. The latter use requires a superset of data elements to meet the articulated nature of a conventional traffic-monitoring program. This specification will describe a basic set of data elements applicable to ITS-generated traffic data and the additional data elements required for conventional traffic-monitoring programs. In the following discussion, the specification for the system for ITS-generated data will be referred to as the basic system, and the one for ITS plus conventional traffic-monitoring data will be denoted the extended system. Travel-time data from probe vehicles are stored in separate tables that can be linked through the roadway link identifiers. 1.4 This specification is applicable to traffic data collected by ITS and stored in an ADMS. Similarly, this specification also can be used with other types of historical and monitored traffic data collected and stored in an ADMS, including travel-time data from probe vehicles.


IEEE Std 1512.3-2006

IEEE Standard for Hazardous Material Incident Management Message Sets for Use by Emergency Management Centers

This standard addresses the exchange of vital data about public safety issues involved in transportation-related events, through common incident management message sets. The message sets specified are consistent with the National Intelligent Transportation Systems Architecture and are described using Abstract Syntax Notation One ("ASN.1" or "ASN") syntax. This standard comprises one companion volume of the family of incident management standards centered around a base standard: IEEE Std 1512-2006. Other members of that family include other companion volumes, specifying incident management message sets for transportation management-related data exchange and hazardous-material and public safety data exchange. Collectively, that family of standards shall be referred to as the "IEEE 1512 Family of Standards." The goal of that family of standards is to support efficient communication for the real-time, interagency management of transportation-related events. Those events include incidents, emergencies, accidents, planned roadway closures, special events, and disasters caused by humans or natural events. Those events include any such event that impacts transportation systems or that causes a report to be received by an emergency management system, whether the event actually affects a transportation system and whether a response is required.


IEEE Std 1512-2006

IEEE Standard for Common Incident Management Message Sets for Use by Emergency Management Centers

This standard addresses the exchange of vital data about public safety and emergency management issues involved in transportation-related events, through common incident management message sets. The message sets specified are consistent with the National Intelligent Transportation Systems Architecture and are described using Abstract Syntax Notation One ("ASN.1" or "ASN") syntax. This standard comprises the basic volume of the family of incident management standards, a multi-volume set of documents centered around this Base Standard. Other members of that family include three other companion volumes, specifying incident management message sets for transportation-management-related data exchange and hazardous-material- and cargo-related data exchange, etc. Collectively, that family of standards shall be referred to as the "1512 Family of Standards." The goal of that family of standards is to support efficient communication for the real-time, interagency management of transportation-related events. Those events include incidents, emergencies, accidents, planned roadway closures, special events, and disasters caused by humans or natural events. Those events include any such event that impacts transportation systems or that causes a report to be received by an emergency management system, whether or not the event actually affects a transportation system and whether or not a response is required.


SAE J 2355-1997 (SAE J2355-1997)

ITS Data Bus Architecture Reference Model Information Report

This SAE Information Report describes a reference model for an in-vehicle data bus for Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). It introduces the ITS Data Bus (IDB) reference model and describes overall IDB concepts.


SAE J 2366-1L-2001 (SAE J2366-1L-2001)

Low Impedance Stereo Audio (LISA)

This SAE Recommended Practice describes the Low Impedance Stereo Audio (LISA) bus, which may be used in conjunction with the physical layer of the IDB-C.


SAE J 2366-2-2001 (SAE J2366-2-2001)

Link Layer

This SAE Recommended Practice details the Link Layer of the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Data Bus, which is generally intended for in-vehicle use.


SAE J 2366-4-2002 (SAE J2366-4-2002)

ITS Data Bus - Thin Transport Layer

This SAE Recommended Practice details the Thin Transport Layer of the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Data Bus, which is generally intended for in-vehicle use.



ISO 13183:2012

Intelligent transport systems - Communications access for land mobiles (CALM) - Using broadcast communications

ISO 13183:2012 specifies the architectural communications framework of intelligent transport systems (ITS) for the family of communications access for land mobiles (CALM) related International Standards. The architecture is described in an abstract way with several graphical views and examples. The graphical representations partly follow the ISO open systems interconnection (OSI) principles. In addition to the requirements specified within ISO 13183:2012, a number of notes and examples are provided to illustrate the CALM concept.


ISO 14813-1:2015

Intelligent transport systems - Reference model architecture(s) for the ITS sector - Part 1: ITS service domains, service groups and services

ISO 14813-1:2015 provides a description of the primary services that an ITS implementation can provide to ITS users. Those services with a common purpose can be collected together in 'ITS service domains' and within these there can be a number of 'ITS service groups' for particular parts of the domain. This part of ISO 14813 identifies thirteen service domains, within which numerous groups are then defined. In this version of ISO 14813-1:2015 an indication has been provided to show the relationship of each service to Cooperative-ITS. Cooperative-ITS provides services that have previously been unavailable, notably those for ITS users who are on the move. For many other services, Cooperative-ITS can actually be seen as a delivery mechanism that can be used to enhance their use and availability. Thus for some services, Cooperative-ITS is essential, whilst for others it adds value. However for a small number of services it is not relevant. ISO 14813-1:2015 is intended for use by at least two groups of people involved in the ITS sector. The first group is those looking for ideas about the services that ITS implementations can provide and the second is for those who are developing standards. For the first group, this part of ISO 14813 provides service descriptions that can act as the catalyst for more detailed descriptions. It is possible for the level of detail to differ from one ITS implementation to another, depending on whether or not a national ITS architecture is involved, and whether this architecture is based directly on services, or on groups of functions. For standards developers, this part of ISO 14813 is applicable to the working groups of ISO TC 204 and other Technical Committees who are developing standards for the ITS sector and associated sectors whose boundaries cross into the ITS sector (such as some aspects of public transport (transit), plus inter-modal freight and fleet management). This part of ISO 14813 is designed to provide information and explanation of services that can form the basis and reason for developing standards. ISO 14813-1:2015 is in itself, by its nature, advisory and informative. It is designed to assist the integration of services into a cohesive reference architecture, plus interoperability and the use of common data definitions. Specifically, services defined within the service groups shall be the basis for definition of 'use cases', 'user needs' or user service requirements' depending on the methodology being used to develop the resultant ITS architecture functionality, along with definition of applicable data within data dictionaries, as well as applicable communications and data exchange standards.


ISO 14813-5:2020

Intelligent transport systems - Reference model architecture(s) for the ITS sector - Part 5: Requirements for architecture description in ITS standards

An intelligent transport system (ITS) reference architecture is a tool that describes how an ITS delivers one or more ITS services. It includes a high-level description of the major elements and the interconnections among them that are needed for the service(s) to be provided to stakeholders. It provides the framework around which the interfaces, specifications, and detailed ITS designs can be standardized within ITS standards. By contrast, ITS standards are often focused on design details. While the development of these standards may be initiated by a single ITS user need, they are often (and properly) written in a generic format that allows for application in a broad array of contexts. However, this can present a challenge to the reader in understanding the original purpose of a standard and whether the standard is intended for other environments. This document defines documentation rules for standards that define interfaces between or among system elements of an ITS reference architecture. This includes: a) requirements for documenting aspects of the ITS reference architecture; b) terminology to be used when documenting or referencing aspects of the ITS reference architecture. In compiling this document, the authors have assumed that contemporary systems engineering practices are used. Such practices are not defined within this document.


ISO 14814:2006

Road transport and traffic telematics - Automatic vehicle and equipment identification - Reference architecture and terminology

ISO 14814:2006 establishes a common framework to achieve unambiguous identification in ITS/RTTT (Intelligent Transport Systems/Road Transport and Traffic Telematics) AVI/AEI (Automatic Vehicle Identification/Automatic Equipment Identification) applications. This scheme and Reference Architecture Model is designed to be an enabling structure to allow interoperability between different commercial systems, and not prescriptive in determining any one system. It is not frequency- nor air interface protocol-specific, provides maximum interoperability, has a high population capability, and provides the possibility of upwards migration to more capable systems. ISO 14814:2006 provides a reference structure which enables an unambiguous identification and also identifies the data construct as an ITS/RTTT message. The construct also identifies which ITS/RTTT data structure is contained in the message.


ISO 20524-1:2020

Intelligent transport systems - Geographic Data Files (GDF) GDF5.1 - Part 1: Application independent map data shared between multiple sources

This document specifies the conceptual and logical data model and physical encoding formats for geographic databases for Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) applications and services. It includes a specification of potential contents of such databases (data dictionaries for Features, Attributes and Relationships), a specification of how these contents shall be represented, and of how relevant information about the database itself may be specified (metadata). The focus of this document is on ITS applications and services and it emphasizes road and road-related information. ITS applications and services, however, also require information in addition to road and road-related information. EXAMPLE 1 ITS applications and services need information about addressing systems in order to specify locations and/or destinations. Consequently, information about the administrative and postal subdivisions of an area is essential. EXAMPLE 2 Map display is an important component of ITS applications and services. For proper map display, the inclusion of contextual information such as land and water cover is essential. EXAMPLE 3 Point-of-Interest (POI) or service information is a key feature of traveller information. It adds value to end-user ITS applications and services. Typical ITS applications and services targeted by this document are in-vehicle or portable navigation systems, traffic management centres, or services linked with road management systems, including public transport systems. The Conceptual Data Model has a broader focus than ITS applications and services. It is application independent, allowing for future harmonization of this document with other geographic database standards.


ISO 15638-5:2013

Intelligent transport systems - Framework for collaborative Telematics Applications for Regulated commercial freight Vehicles (TARV) - Part 5: Generic vehicle information

ISO 15638-5:2013 defines generic basic vehicle and core application data provision to application service providers to be supported by in-vehicle systems (IVS) for cooperative telematics applications for regulated commercial freight vehicles (TARV), and to provide basic vehicle data for cooperative intelligent transport systems. ISO 15638-5:2013 provides the specifications for generic basic vehicle data that it is required for all TARV IVSs to support and make available to application service providers via a wireless communications link supported by the IVS, in order to support the provision of regulated and commercial application services. Some further data concepts, while not required in all cases for every TARV in every jurisdiction, may be required generically for all equipment within a particular jurisdiction, or class of TARV within a jurisdiction, in order for the jurisdiction to achieve its regulation of TARVs. Equipped vehicles operating internationally will need to carry all of the additional data concepts required by all of the jurisdictions within which they operate, in order to determine their core application data. ISO 15638-5:2013 provides standard definitions for these commonly expected additional data concepts. A second set of (largely complementary) 'basic vehicle' data is required to support interoperable cooperative intelligent transport systems and this is also determined and provided within ISO 15638-5:2013. The framework architecture and many of the protocols are common between both (TARV and C-ITS) sets of requirements, and also with those being adopted by the wider cooperative ITS sector.


ISO 21217:2020

Intelligent transport systems - Station and communication architecture

This document describes the communications reference architecture of nodes called ITS station units designed for deployment in intelligent transport systems (ITS) communication networks. The ITS station reference architecture is described in an abstract manner. While this document describes a number of ITS station elements, whether or not a particular element is implemented in an ITS station unit depends on the specific communication requirements of the implementation. This document also describes the various communication modes for peer-to-peer communications over various networks between ITS communication nodes. These nodes can be ITS station units as described in this document or any other reachable nodes. This document specifies the minimum set of normative requirements for a physical instantiation of the ITS station based on the principles of a bounded secured managed domain.


ISO 22902-2:2006

Road vehicles - Automotive multimedia interface - Part 2: Use cases

ISO 22902-2 is a representative example of possible customer experiences in terms of in-vehicle multimedia functions and features. These functions and features will be enabled by implementations of foreseeable technologies. It covers representative use cases in categories of commerce (abbreviated as COMM), customer relationship management (CUST), emergency (EMER), entertainment (ENTE), fleet management (FLEE), guidance (GUID), home automation (HOME), information (INFO), messaging (MESS), mobile devices (MOBI), customer preferences (PREF), productivity (PROD), security (SECU), service and maintenance (SERV), user interface (USER), safety (SAFE), Bluetooth (BLUE), intelligent transportation systems (ITS) and combination use cases (COMB).


ISO 24097-1:2017

Intelligent transport systems - Using web services (machine-machine delivery) for ITS service delivery - Part 1: Realization of interoperable web services

ISO 24097-1:2017 establishes a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) for the realization of interoperable web services for Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS). Web service behaviour is described at the metadata level, i.e. a higher level of abstraction, to enable auto-generation of both a ?service requester' program as well as a ?service provider' program. Figure 1 presents the principal entities involved in a web service scenario. They are service provider, service requester, and 'registry'. The registry includes business information and technical information such as interface and policy. Figure 1 also depicts the actions of the service provider and the service requester. A service provider interacts with the registry to enable it to publish the provided service. The service is characterized in the form of a web service interface describer in the form of a standardized web service description language (WSDL) and policy (WS-Policy). A service requester interacts with the registry to discover a provider for the service he is seeking. That interaction takes place through Universal Description Discovery, and Integration (UDDI) dialogue and endpoint reference (EPR). Once the service requester identifies a service provider, he binds to the service provider via an SOA protocol. ISO 24097-1:2017 is applicable to inter-ITS sector web services as well as ITS web services for non-ITS users.


ISO 24099:2011

Navigation data delivery structures and protocols

ISO 24099:2011 defines the data structures and protocol(s) used in intelligent transport system (ITS) applications for the delivery and update of map-related data from Service Centre (SC) to users [(In-vehicle Systems (IVS)]. ISO 24099:2011 also specifies the message generation protocols in the Service Centre and the message receiving protocols in the In vehicle Systems. The map centre specified in ISO 24099:2011 represents the supplier of map data and the Service Centre provides data and services to user devices. The term protocol as used in ISO 24099:2011 is a temporal sequence of map-related data interactions between system components that implement map-related data delivery and update. The delivery and update of map-related data rely on existing communication technology. The protocols associated with communication technology, and the other application control protocols and non-map-related data, for example images to display independent of the map database such as HTML images, are outside the scope of ISO 24099:2011. Definitions of security mechanisms and business transaction mechanisms are also outside the scope of ISO 24099:2011.


ISO 24102-1:2018

Intelligent transport systems - ITS station management - Part 1: Local management

This document provides specifications for intelligent transport systems (ITS) station management to be in conformance with the ITS station reference architecture. Local ITS station management protocols are specified by means of management processes, and data that are exchanged between the station management entity and the ITS Applications entity above the API, the Security entity, and the various communication protocol layers: access; networking facilities. of the ITS station architecture specified in ISO 21217:2014 and illustrated in Figure 1.


ISO 24102-2:2018

Intelligent transport systems - ITS station management - Part 2: Remote management of ITS-SCUs

This document provides specifications for intelligent transport systems (ITS) station management to conform with the ITS station reference architecture. Remote ITS station management is specified by means of protocol data units (PDUs) and procedures of the Remote ITS Station Management Protocol (RSMP) related to managed objects in an ITS station communication unit. Distinction is made between managed entities (management clients) and managing entities (management servers).


ISO 24102-3:2018

Intelligent transport systems - ITS station management - Part 3: Service access points

This document specifies the management service access points, i.e. the service access points of the interfaces between the ITS-S management entity and the ITS-S access layer (MI-SAP), the ITS-S networking the ITS-S facilities layer (MF-SAP); the interfaces between the ITS-S security entity and the ITS-S access layer, the ITS-S networking the ITS-S facilities layer; the interface between the ITS-S management entity and the ITS-S security entity (MS-SAP) the interfaces between the ITS-S application entity and the ITS-S management entity (MA-SAP), the ITS-S security entity (SA-SAP).



ISO 22418:2020

Intelligent transport systems - Fast service announcement protocol (FSAP) for general purposes in ITS

This document specifies the fast service announcement protocol (FSAP) for general purposes in ITS. It references and supports all features of ISO/TS 16460, especially supporting the service response message (SRM) and related features in addition to the service announcement message (SAM), which enables only very basic features. FSAP supports locally advertised ITS services uniquely identified by an ITS application identifier (ITS-AID). This document specifies message formats and related basic protocol procedures by reference to ISO/TS 16460, and further related protocol requirements for operation of FSAP in the context of an ITS station specified in ISO 21217. This document illustrates its relations to service announcement protocols specified by ETSI TC ITS and IEEE.


ISO 24535:2007

Intelligent transport systems - Automatic vehicle identification - Basic electronic registration identification (Basic ERI)

ISO 24535:2007 supports simple systems for basic electronic registration identification ( basic ERI ) for use in intelligent road transport applications. ISO 24535:2007 basic ERI defines the: specification of a unique vehicle identifier (using an International Standard, or non-standard, data concept); basic ERI functional capabilities, selectable for different basic ERI applications; and minimum data interoperability requirements between basic electronic registration tags (ERTs) and electronic registration readers (ERRs). ISO 24535:2007 allows, but does not require, vehicle-related data storage in addition to the unique vehicle identifier. ISO 24535:2007 is consistent with the ERI architecture defined in ISO/TS 24534-1 and data concepts defined in ISO/TS 24534-3, but is not necessarily interoperable with, the more capable and fully featured ERI communication systems to be defined in ISO/TS 24534-4 or ISO/TS 24534-5. ISO 24535:2007 defines a basic ERI system with security adequate for information that is currently available manually (such as license plate and/or VIN data), but it does not purport to provide the high levels of security required for some administrative requirements. Those requiring high security are advised to follow the relevant parts of ISO/TS 24534. Although not part of ISO 24535:2007, the employed technologies supporting ISO 24535:2007 may enable additional non-standard security measures to be added for specific applications It is not the purpose of ISO 24535:2007 to define basic ERI applications. ISO 24535:2007 requires the use of an air interface communication that complies with an international or regional standard whose protocols are publicly defined and available in that standard, but ISO 24535:2007 does not define such an air interface, nor specify which standard air interface is used for any particular implementation. ISO 24535:2007 limits its scope to: the requirement that a standard air interface with publicly available protocols is used; the use of data concepts consistent with ISO/TS 24534-3; and the ability to additionally use private data concepts.


ISO 24978:2009

Intelligent transport systems - ITS Safety and emergency messages using any available wireless media - Data registry procedures

ISO 24978:2009 deals with intelligent transport systems. ISO 24978:2009 provides a standardized set of protocols, parameters, and a method of management of an updateable Data Registry to provide application layers for ITS Safety messages using any available wireless media.


ISO 29282:2011

Intelligent transport systems - Communications access for land mobiles (CALM) - Satellite networks

ISO 29282:2011 provides definitions and procedures for the establishment, maintenance and termination of an ITS (intelligent transport systems) communications session within a CALM (communication access for land mobiles) system environment using bi-directional satellite communications. It defines the operation of the medium management adaptation entity (MMAE), which provides the management interface between a proprietary satellite communications medium and the ITS station management . This enables the ITS station management to know the status of the communications medium and control the interface without the need for applications at the ITS station to have any knowledge of the satellite communications interface. The procedures that the ITS station management expects to use are also explained. ISO 29282:2011 defines how to connect and disconnect a communication session using satellite communication systems in the context of an application operated within the environment defined in ISO 21217. It supports peer-to-peer modes of communication. Support for broadcast satellite systems is defined in ISO 13183, which provides a common approach for all broadcast media. It supports satellite communications networks that are interconnected with the public network, as well as those which connect via the internet and those which provide a stand-alone capability.


ISO/TR 10992:2011

Intelligent transport systems - Use of nomadic and portable devices to support ITS service and multimedia provision in vehicles

ISO/TR 10992:2011 specifies the introduction of multimedia and telematics nomadic devices in the public transport and automotive world to support intelligent transport systems (ITS) service provisions and multimedia use such as passenger information, automotive information, driver advisory and warning systems, and entertainment system interfaces to ITS service providers and motor vehicle communication networks.


ISO/TR 11769:2010

Intelligent transport systems - Communications access for land mobiles (CALM) - Data retention for law enforcement

ISO/TR 11769:2010 reviews the intelligent transport systems (ITS) landscape and the provisions of data retention (DR) to ITS deployments. In particular, it considers the communications access for land mobiles (CALM) environment and the services offered in the IPv6 domain served by CALM and ITS in general.


ISO/TR 12859:2009

Intelligent transport systems - System architecture - Privacy aspects in ITS standards and systems

ISO/TR 12859:2009 gives general guidelines to developers of intelligent transport systems (ITS) standards and systems on data privacy aspects and associated legislative requirements for the development and revision of ITS standards and systems.


ISO/TR 17452:2007

Intelligent transport systems - Using UML for defining and documenting ITS/TICS interfaces

ISO/TR 17452:2007 gives guidelines for using the unified modelling language (UML) for defining and documenting interfaces between intelligent transport systems (ITS) and transport information and control systems (TICS). It presents these guidelines in the context of a case study for the creation of an ITS/TICS data dictionary and submissions to the ITS/TICS data registry.


ISO/TR 24098:2007

Intelligent transport systems - System architecture, taxonomy and terminology - Procedures for developing ITS deployment plans utilizing ITS system architecture

ISO/TR 24098:2007 describes the procedure for developing Intelligent Transport System (ITS) deployment plans utilizing ITS system architectures. The document consists of the basic policy of ITS deployment and the procedure for developing ITS deployment plans. Framework, procedures and requirements for developing regional ITS deployment plans utilizing regional ITS architecture are reported.


ISO/TR 24529:2008

Intelligent transport systems - Systems architecture - Use of unified modelling language (UML) in ITS International Standards and deliverables

ISO/TR 24529:2008 deals with the use of UML within International Standards, Technical Specifications and Technical Reports and related documents. It discusses the application of the Unified Modelling Language (UML) to the development of standards within the context of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS).


ISO/TR 25102:2008

Intelligent transport systems - System architecture - Use Case pro-forma template

ISO/TR 25102:2008 discusses the application of use cases for requirements and related aspects of a software-intensive system such as an intelligent transport system (ITS). The scope of this ISO/TR 25102:2008 is to provide a pro-forma template for the consistent consideration and development of use cases within ITS International Standards and associated deliverables.


ISO/TR 26999:2012

Intelligent transport systems - Systems architecture - Use of process-oriented methodology in ITS International Standards and other deliverables

The scope of ISO/TR 26999:2012 is the use of the so-called process-oriented method (POM) in International Standards, Technical Specifications, Technical Reports and related documents. The Technical Report discusses the use of POM in the development of high-level system architectures for intelligent transport systems (ITS). It is based on the results of the work of the FRAME S project and the FRAME Forum. Much of the text from Clause 2 through to the end of the document is therefore reproduced by kind permission of the European Commission and the FRAME Forum.


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