This document specifies a taxonomy and an ontology for blockchain and distributed ledger technologies (DLT). The taxonomy includes a taxonomy of concepts, a taxonomy of DLT systems and a taxonomy of application domains, purposes and economy activity sections for use cases. The ontology includes classes and attributes as well as relations between concepts. The audience includes but is not limited to academics, architects, customers, users, tool developers, regulators, auditors and standards development organizations.

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This handbook provides assessors with a number of instruments needed to perform software process capability assessments using the assessment method described in EN 17603-80-11 (equivalent to ECSS-Q-HB-80-02 Part 1). It also provides instruments that help assessors to carry out their activities when performing assessments and supporting the implementation of software process improvement initiatives using the method for process improvement described in Part 1.
The instruments provided are:
• The Process Assessment Model (PAM) required to perform assessments including process descriptions and process attribute indicators
• Conformance statement to the requirements in ISO/IEC 15504 Part 2
• A definition of the Process Reference Model (PRM) on which TR 17603-80-11 and TR 17603-80-12 (equivalent to ECSS-Q-HB-80-02 Part 1 and 2) PAM are based (defined in TR 17603-80-11)
• Detailed traces from base practices in the PAM to standard clauses and from work products to expected outputs.

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This handbook provides recommendations, methods and procedures that can be used for the selection and reuse of existing software in space software systems.
This handbook is applicable to all types of software of a space system, including the space segment, the launch service segment and the ground segment software (including EGSEs) whenever existing software is intended to be reused within them.
This handbook covers the following topics:
• Software reuse approach including guidelines to build the Software Reuse File
• Techniques to support completion of existing software qualification to allow its reuse in a particular project
• Tool qualification
• Risk management aspects of reusing existing software Existing software can be of any type: Purchased (or COTS), Legacy-Software, open-source software, customer-furnished items (CFI's), etc.
NOTE Special emphasis is put on guidance for the reuse of COTS software often available as-is and for which no code and documentation are often available.
Legal and contractual aspects of reuse are in principle out of scope; how ever guidelines to help in determine the
reusability of existing software from a contractual point of view is provided in [ESA/REG/002].
Any organization with the business objective of systematic reuse may need to implement the organizational reuse processes presented in [ISO12207]. These processes w ill support the identification of reusable software products and components within selected reuse domains, their classification, storage and systematic reuse within the projects of that organization, etc. But these processes are out of scope of this handbook as the handbook is centred on the specific project activities to reuse an existing software product, not part of those organizational reuse processes more oriented to ‘design for reuse’ processes.
In addition, this handbook provides guidelines to be used for the selection and analysis of tools for the development, verification and validation of the operational software.

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This handbook defines methods for process assessment and improvement that may be used to meet the requirements on
process assessment and improvement of the EN16602-80 (equivalent to ECSS-Q-ST-80C) subclause 5.7. These methods constitute a clear and proven w ay of implementing those requirements. Alternative methods can be used provided that they meet the detailed instructions provided in this handbook for recognition of software process assessment schemes and results and process improvement.
This handbook provides a detailed method for the implementation of the requirements of the EN16602-80 for software process assessment and improvement. It also establishes detailed instructions for alternative methods intended to meet the same EN16602-80 requirements.
The process assessment and improvement scheme presented in this handbook is based on and conformant to the ISO/IEC 15504 International Standard. In designing this process assessment and improvement scheme the ISO/IEC 15504 exemplar process assessment model w as adopted and extended to address specific requirements.
The methods provided in this handbook can support organizations in meeting their business goals and in this context they can be tailored to suit their specific needs and requirements. How ever w hen used to claim compliance with relevant requirements in EN16602-80 only the steps and activities explicitly marked as recommended in this handbook may be omitted or modified.

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The scope of this Handbook is the software metrication as part of a space project, i.e. a space system, a subsystem including hardware and software, or ultimately a software product. It is intended to complement the EN 16602-80 (equivalent to ECSS-Q-ST-80) with specific guidelines related to use of different software metrics including their collection, analysis and reporting. Tailoring guidelines for the software metrication process are also provided to help to meet specific project requirements.
This Handbook provides recommendations, methods and procedures that can be used for the selection and application of appropriate metrics, but it does not include new requirements w ith respect to those provided by EN 16602-80 (equivalent to ECSS-ST-Q-80).
The scope of this Handbook covers the following topics:
• Specification of the goals and objectives for a metrication programme.
• Identification of criteria for selection of metrics in a specific project / environment (goal driven).
• Planning of metrication in the development life cycle.
• Interface of metrication with engineering processes.
• Data collection aspects (including use of tools).
• Approach to the analysis of the collected data.
• Feedback into the process and product based on the analysis results.
• Continuous improvement of measurement process.
• Use of metrics for process and product improvement.
This Handbook is applicable to all types of software of all major parts of a space system, including the space segment, the launch service segment and the ground segment software.

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This Handbook provides guidance on the application of the dependability and safety requirements relevant to software defined in EN 16602-80 (equivalent of ECSS-Q-ST-80).
This Handbook provides support for the selection and application of software dependability and safety methods and techniques that can be used in the development of software-intensive space systems.
This Handbook covers all of the different kinds of software for which EN 16602-80 (equivalent of ECSS-Q-ST-80) is applicable. Although the overall software dependability and safety workflow description is mainly targeted to the development of spacecraft, the described approach can be adapted to projects of different nature (e.g. launchers, ground systems).
The methods and techniques described in the scope of this Handbook are limited to assessment aspects, not including development and implementation techniques for dependability and safety (e.g. fault tolerance techniques, or development methods like coding standards, etc.).
Although dependability is a composite term, including reliability, availability and maintainability, this Handbook addresses in particular the reliability aspects. Software maintainability and availability are not covered in depth by this handbook, because the relevant methods and techniques are still undergoing improvement. Nevertheless, whenever a link can be made to either of these two characteristics, it is explicitly mentioned in the corresponding section.

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The development of a European standard(s) on reporting by online gambling service operators and suppliers to the gambling regulatory authorities in the Member States for the purpose of supervision of online gambling services will specify the core data for reporting purposes, while ensuring integrity and security of the data as well as personal data protection.
The requested European standard(s) will provide a voluntary tool to the gambling regulatory authorities in the Member States without prejudice to the scope of competence of Member States in the regulation of online gambling and without imposing any obligation on them to introduce reporting requirements or to authorize or deny authorization to any operators or suppliers.

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This document specifies a generic business process framework for a smart city focusing solely on smart city-specific processes. Generic business processes common between smart cities and commercial organizations are be identified but not detailed.

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This document discusses the threats, risks, and controls related to: — systems that provide digital asset custodian services and/or exchange services to their customers (consumers and businesses) and management of security when an incident occurs; — asset information (including the signature key of the digital asset) that a custodian of digital assets manages. This document is addressed to digital asset custodians that manage signature keys associated with digital asset accounts. In such a case, certain specific recommendations apply. The following is out of scope of this document: — core security controls of blockchain and DLT systems; — business risks of digital asset custodians; — segregation of customer's assets; — governance and management issues.

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This document specifies a generic knowledge management framework for a smart city, focusing on creating, capturing, sharing, using and managing smart city knowledge. It also gives the key practices which are required to be implemented to safeguard the use of knowledge, such as interoperability of heterogeneous data and governance of multi-sources services within a smart city.

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This document, which is a Technical Report, explains the organization and structure of the transactive energy systems research, development, and deployment roadmap.

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ISO/IEC TR 15067-3-8:2020(E), which is a Technical Report, provides a conceptual framework for developing architectures and designing solutions related to transactive energy (TE). Transactive energy allows electricity generated locally by consumers using wind, solar, storage, etc., at homes or buildings to be sold into a competitive market. This document provides guidance for enhancing interoperability among distributed energy resources involved in energy management systems at homes and buildings. It addresses gaps identified as problematic for the industry by providing definitions of terms, architectural principles and guidelines, and other descriptive elements that present a common ground for all interested parties to discuss and advance TE. This document builds upon ISO/IEC 15067-3, with technology to accommodate a market for buying and selling electricity generated centrally or locally by consumers. The energy management agent (EMA) specified in ISO/IEC 15067-3 can represent the customer as a participant in TE. Transactive energy is important for achieving electric grid stability as power from renewable sources such as wind and solar fluctuates with time and weather.

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This document describes a framework, structured in layers of ICT technologies, essential for smart cities' operation. This framework also provides the mapping of the ICT techniques to various system entities in order to support the smart city's business, knowledge management, and operational systems from the engineering perspective.

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1.1   Purpose:
The Observing System Data Message (OSDM) is a standard message format to be used in the exchange of optical telescope, laser ranging station, and radar (observing systems) information between Space situational Awareness (SSA) data providers, owners/operators of observing systems, and other parties. These messages can inform SSA data providers, which are the consumers of observing system output data, on the parameters of the observing systems.
The OSDM standard will:
a)   enable consistent data exchange between observation data providers and SSA systems;
b)   facilitate data exchange automation and ingestion of observation data from different providers;
c)   facilitate SSA system architecture performance simulations; and
d)   provide a quick way to estimate the expected performance from one observing system.
1.2   Applicability:
The Observing System Data Message standard is applicable to all SSA activities, especially Space Surveillance and Tracking (SST) and near-Earth objects (NEO), and other fields where the acquisition of astrometric and photometric data plays a role (e.g. space debris, observational astronomy). The standard contains a message designed to contain observing system parameters exchanged between producers and consumers of astrometric and/or photometric data. These data include observing system name, location, type (optical/radar), operator and tracking/survey performance.
The OSDM is suitable for both manual and automated interaction, but will not contain a large amount of data. The message is self contained and can be paired with several Tracking Data Messages (TDM – specified reference [1]), FITS images (specified in reference [2]), or other formats containing the observation data.
The OSDM standard only applies to the message format, structure and content. The exchange method is beyond the scope of the standard, and it is due to be specified in an ICD, though an ICD is not always required. The methods used to produce the data in the message are also beyond the scope of the standard.
1.3   Document structure:
Clause 5 provides an overview of the OSDM.
Clause 6 described the structure and content of the 'keyword = value' (KVN) version of the OSDM.
Clause 7 described the strucuture and content of the XML version of the OSDM.
Clause 8 describes the data and syntax of OSDM messages, in both KVN and XML.
Annex A lists agreed values for some of the OSDM keywords.
Annex B presents some examples of OSDMs.

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This document provides fundamental terminology for blockchain and distributed ledger technologies.

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This document provides an overview of privacy and personally identifiable information (PII) protection as applied to blockchain and distributed ledger technologies (DLT) systems.

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ISO/IEC 14543-5-102:2020(E) specifies the system architecture and communication protocols of remote universal management profile to achieve intelligent grouping, resource sharing and service collaboration among different devices and controllers. The protocol features are: a) remote universal device discovery and management framework that includes connection methods and network architecture, device configuration interfaces, management message formats and message exchange flows; b) request/response message formats for four remote universal management profile device types: water heater, refrigerator, air conditioner, microwave. This document is applicable to remote access of water heaters, refrigerators, air conditioners, microwave ovens at home, office or other remote environments, to achieve universal management and interactions among these controllers and devices

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This document specifies the communication schema designed to provide mobile machinery status data from a telematics provider's server to customer applications via the Internet. The data is collected from a mobile machine using telematics data-logging equipment and stored on a telematics provider's server. This document describes the communications records used to request data from the server and the responses from the server containing specified data elements to be used in the analysis of machine performance and machine management status related with operation and/or maintenance. It is applicable to self-propelled earth-moving machinery as defined in ISO 6165 and mobile road construction machinery as defined in ISO 22242 equipped with location and time instrumentation. It is not applicable to the on-board data collection, on-board communication protocol (e.g. CANbus) or wireless transmission of the mobile machinery data to the telematics provider's server after the data have been collected at the data logger. See Figure 1.

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This document establishes general principles and gives guidelines for an indicator upper level ontology (IULO) for smart cities that enables the representation of indicator definitions and the data used to derive them. It includes: — concepts (e.g., indicator, population, cardinality); and — properties that relate concepts (e.g., cardinality_of, parameter_of_var).

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This document describes the data interface model, application-level communication, management functionalities, and security mechanism for the exchange of data with smart-grid devices. The following five areas are referred to as the Open Smart Grid Protocol (OSGP).
• Data exchange with smart-grid devices allows Utility Suppliers to collect customer usage information such as billing data and load profiles, monitor and control grid utilization, provision scheduling of tariffs, detect theft and tampers, and to issue disconnects, to name a few. Meter features are described in Clauses 7 and 8.
• The OSGP data interface uses a representation-oriented model (tables and procedures) which require low overhead. The model is described in Clause 5, with specific tables specified in Annex A, Annex B, and procedures in Annex C and Annex D.
• The OSGP application protocol is designed to use the EN 14908-1:2014 communication stack over narrowband power line channels. Clause 9 describes the messages that are used to access OSGP data. An essential feature of the protocol over power line channels is a repeating mechanism which gives the application layer the control and responsibility for forwarding packets among devices, independent of the routing protocol or limitations of underlying layers. Therefore OSGP can be adapted to other communication stacks and medium, although such adaptation is outside of the scope of this specification. The repeating mechanism is described in Annex G.
• OSGP management features include the discovery of devices and the routing topology in a protocol called Automated Topology Management (described in Clause 4) commissioning of devices for secured communication (Annex F), monitoring of device connectivity, and updating of device firmware.
• OSGP security covers authentication, encryption, and key management. This is detailed in Annex F.

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ISO/IEC 15067-3-3:2019(E) specifies a high-level architecture and a set of models for a demand-response energy management system with multiple interacting EMAs in a home or community housing (such as one or more apartment buildings or a campus of houses). These models specify the structure among multiple EMAs, which can be arranged in a mesh or hierarchical structure. This document builds upon ISO/IEC 15067-3.

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This document defines a comprehensive set of evaluation indicators specially related to information and communication technologies (ICT) adoption and usage in smart cities. Firstly, it establishes an overall framework for all the indicators. Then, it specifies the name, description, classification and measurement method for each indicator.

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This document provides an overview of smart contracts in BC/DLT systems; describing what smart contracts are and how they work. It also discusses methods of interaction between multiple smart contracts. This document focuses on technical aspects of smart contracts. Smart contracts for legally binding use and applications will only be briefly mentioned in this document.

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This document specifies the concept phase of the development of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) on tractors used in agriculture and forestry and on self-propelled ride-on machines and mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used in agriculture. It can also be applied to mobile municipal equipment (such as street-sweeping machines). This document is not applicable to: — aircraft and air-cushion vehicles used in agriculture; — lawn and garden equipment. This document specifies the characteristics and categories required of SRP/CS for carrying out their safety-related functions. It does not identify performance levels for specific applications. NOTE 1 Machine specific type-C standards can specify performance levels (AgPL) for safety-related functions in machines within their scope. Otherwise, the specification of AgPL is the responsibility of the manufacturer. This document is applicable to the safety-related parts of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES), as these relate to mechatronic systems. It covers the possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES 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/PES safety-related systems. It also covers malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems involved in protection measures, safeguards, or safety-related functions in response to non-E/E/PES hazards. Examples included within the scope of this document: — SRP/CS's limiting current flow in electric hybrids to prevent insulation failure/shock hazards; — electromagnetic interference with the SRP/CS; — SRP/CS's designed to prevent fire. Examples not included within the scope of this document: — insulation failure due to friction that leads to electric shock hazards; — nominal electromagnetic radiation impacting nearby machine control systems; — corrosion causing electric cables to overheat. This document is not applicable to non-E/E/PES systems (such as hydraulic, mechanic or pneumatic). NOTE 2 See also ISO 12100 for design principles related to the safety of machinery. This document is not applicable to safety-related parts of control systems manufactured before the date of its publication.

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This document describes the management of source addresses (SAs) for control functions (CFs) of electronic control units (ECUs), the association of addresses with the functional identification of a device and the detection and reporting of network-related errors. It also specifies procedures for initialization of network-connected ECUs.

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ISO/IEC 14543-5-101:2019 (E) enables a media connection, resource sharing and co-operation among computers, home appliances and consumer electronics using remote access (RA). Also, users and devices can share and control media resources. This document specifies: • an IGRS remote media access profile based on the IGRS RA core protocol and the IGRS RA platform protocol, and • application rules for the interoperation between IGRS RA media users and devices

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ISO/IEC 14543-5-12:2019(E) specifies the test and verification methods for an intelligent grouping and resource sharing (IGRS) remote access (RA) user or device, defines the structure of a user and device testing system for IGRS remote access, describes and specifies the exchange process between a user or device-under-test with a standard IGRS RA service platform (IRSP), and describes and specifies the rules to have validating messages. This document is applicable to the test and verification of an IGRS RA device or user.

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This document provides RDF mappings of the different MLR entities introduced in the MLR framework (ISO/IEC 19788‑1 and its amendment): data element specifications (DESs), resource classes (RCs), data elements (DEs), application profiles (APs), MLR records and data element group specifications (DEGSs). This document associates HTTP IRIs (linguistically neutral and linguistic) to conceptual MLR entities denoted by MLR identifiers. This is needed for the management of MLR entities and their versions. Moreover, this document provides excerpts of an OWL 2 DL ontology for the resource classes and data element specifications (properties) introduced in the ISO/IEC 19788 series.

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ISO 11783 specifies a serial data network for control and communications on forestry or agricultural tractors and mounted, semi-mounted, towed or self-propelled implements. Its purpose is to standardize the method and format of transfer of data between sensors, actuators, control elements, and information-storage and -display units, whether mounted on, or part of, the tractor or implement. ISO 11783 also provides an open interconnect system for on-board electronic systems used by agriculture and forestry equipment. It is intended to enable electronic control units (ECUs) to communicate with each other, providing a standardized system. This document defines and describes the network's 250 kbit/s, twisted, non-shielded, quad-cable physical layer and an alternative cable and architecture named twisted pair physical layer (TPPL) based on a 250 kbit/s, un-shielded, twisted pair cable network layer which is fully backward compatible to twisted quad based machines and devices. NOTE Where not differently specified, requirements are valid for both twisted quad and TPPL.

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The purpose of this NWIP is to produce an ECSS standard for the Exchange of Thermal Model Data for Space Applications. The standard will be based on a draft standard resulting from an activity performed by ESA only in 2013/2014 called "Standard for Exchange of Thermal Model Data for Space Applications".
The content of the standard is already defined in draft form under the name "STEP-TAS" ("STEP-based draft application protocol for Thermal Analysis for Space"). This protocol has been implemented in a number of thermal analysis tools and is successfully used in both ESA and non-ESA space projects. The maturity of the protocol is therefore well-established.
The global objective of this document is to define and describe the standard protocol for Exchange of Thermal Model Data for Space Applications, previously known as STEP-TAS protocol.

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The purpose of this NWIP is to produce an ECSS standard for the Exchange of Thermal Model Data for Space Applications. The standard will be based on a draft standard resulting from an activity performed by ESA only in 2013/2014 called "Standard for Exchange of Thermal Model Data for Space Applications".
The content of the standard is already defined in draft form under the name "STEP-TAS" ("STEP-based draft application protocol for Thermal Analysis for Space"). This protocol has been implemented in a number of thermal analysis tools and is successfully used in both ESA and non-ESA space projects. The maturity of the protocol is therefore well-established.
The global objective of this document is to define and describe the standard protocol for Exchange of Thermal Model Data for Space Applications, previously known as STEP-TAS protocol.

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This document defines a model for the recording and exchange of learner achievement information among student information systems (SIS) (also known as student management information systems), as well as the aggregation of information by third party suppliers. In addition, this document defines refinements to the learner mobility achievement award (LMAI) model for representing the digital diploma supplement (DDS). NOTE The proposed model proposed is not intended to define the representation of the entire spectrum of learner mobility information but to define the formally structured representation of official, institutionally attested achievement information for learners engaged in formal learning processes, in order to facilitate its recording and subsequent exchange within any international area within which learner mobility is possible. Achievement information structured and presented in compliance with this document could, of course, be used for other purposes, for instance, to provide descriptions of achievement to enrich a learner-owned report in an e-portfolio. However, guidance on the document and the organisation of information for purposes other than the representation of formal achievement reports is outside the scope of this document.

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ISO 11783, as a whole, specifies a serial data network for control and communications on forestry or agricultural tractors and mounted, semi-mounted, towed, or self-propelled implements. Its purpose is to standardize the method and format of transfer of data between sensors, actuators, control elements and information storage, and display units, whether mounted on, or part of, the tractor or implement. This document describes the network's diagnostic system. NOTE The name and contact information of the Maintenance Agency for this document can be found at http://www.iso.org/mara.

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This document specifies the application, the network layer protocols and the mapping to the controller area network (CAN) data link layer protocol as specified in ISO 11898-1. The application layer specifies protocol data units (PDU), which can be mapped to Classical CAN data frames using the Classical Extended Frame Format (CEFF). For PDUs exceeding the length of the CEFF-formatted data frames, this document specifies transport layer protocols and the mapping to CEFF-formatted data frames.

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This document sets out general principles for the design and development of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) on tractors used in agriculture and forestry and on self-propelled ride-on machines and mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used in agriculture. It can also be applied to mobile municipal equipment (e.g. street-sweeping machines). This document is not applicable to: — aircraft and air-cushion vehicles used in agriculture; — lawn and garden equipment. This document specifies the characteristics and categories required of SRP/CS for carrying out their safety-related functions. It does not identify performance levels for specific applications. NOTE 1 Machine specific type-C standards can specify performance levels (AgPL) for safety-related functions in machines within their scope. Otherwise, the specification of AgPL is the responsibility of the manufacturer. This document is applicable to the safety-related parts of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES), as these relate to mechatronic systems. It covers the possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES 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/PES safety-related systems. It also covers malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems involved in protective measures, safeguards, or safety-related functions in response to non-E/E/PES hazards. Examples included within the scope of this document: — SRP/CS limiting current flow in electric hybrids to prevent insulation failure/shock hazards; — electromagnetic interference with the SRP/CS; — SRP/CS designed to prevent fire. Examples not included in the scope of this document: — insulation failure due to friction that leads to electric shock hazards; — nominal electromagnetic radiation impacting nearby machine control systems; — corrosion causing electric cables to overheat. This document is not applicable to non-E/E/PES systems (e.g. hydraulic, mechanic or pneumatic). NOTE 2 See also ISO 12100 for design principles related to the safety of machinery. This document is not applicable to safety related parts of control systems manufactured before the date of its publication.

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This document sets out general principles for the design and development of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) on tractors used in agriculture and forestry and on self-propelled ride-on machines and mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used in agriculture. It can also be applied to mobile municipal equipment (e.g. street-sweeping machines). This document is not applicable to: — aircraft and air-cushion vehicles used in agriculture; — lawn and garden equipment. This document specifies the characteristics and categories required of SRP/CS for carrying out their safety-related functions. It does not identify performance levels for specific applications. NOTE 1 Machine specific type-C standards can specify performance levels (AgPL) for safety-related functions in machines within their scope. Otherwise, the specification of AgPL is the responsibility of the manufacturer. This document is applicable to the safety-related parts of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES), as these relate to mechatronic systems. It covers the possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES 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/PES safety-related systems. It also covers malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems involved in protective measures, safeguards, or safety-related functions in response to non-E/E/PES hazards. Examples included within the scope of this document: — SRP/CS limiting current flow in electric hybrids to prevent insulation failure/shock hazards; — electromagnetic interference with the SRP/CS; — SRP/CS designed to prevent fire. Examples not included in the scope of this document: — insulation failure due to friction that leads to electric shock hazards; — nominal electromagnetic radiation impacting nearby machine control systems; — corrosion causing electric cables to overheat. This document is not applicable to non-E/E/PES systems (e.g. hydraulic, mechanic or pneumatic). NOTE 2 See also ISO 12100 for design principles related to the safety of machinery. This document is not applicable to safety related parts of control systems manufactured before the date of its publication.

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This document sets out general principles for the design and development of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) on tractors used in agriculture and forestry and on self-propelled ride-on machines and mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used in agriculture. It can also be applied to mobile municipal equipment (e.g. street-sweeping machines). This document is not applicable to: — aircraft and air-cushion vehicles used in agriculture; — lawn and garden equipment. This document specifies the characteristics and categories required of SRP/CS for carrying out their safety-related functions. It does not identify performance levels for specific applications. NOTE 1 Machine specific type-C standards can specify performance levels (AgPL) for safety-related functions in machines within their scope. Otherwise, the specification of AgPL is the responsibility of the manufacturer. This document is applicable to the safety-related parts of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES), as these relate to mechatronic systems. It covers the possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES 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/PES safety-related systems. It also covers malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems involved in protective measures, safeguards, or safety-related functions in response to non-E/E/PES hazards. Examples included within the scope of this document: — SRP/CS's limiting current flow in electric hybrids to prevent insulation failure/shock hazards; — electromagnetic interference with the SRP/CS; — SRP/CS's designed to prevent fire. Examples not included in the scope of this document: — insulation failure due to friction that leads to electric shock hazards; — nominal electromagnetic radiation impacting nearby machine control systems; — corrosion causing electric cables to overheat. This document is not applicable to non-E/E/PES systems (e.g. hydraulic, mechanic or pneumatic). NOTE 2 See also ISO 12100 for design principles related to the safety of machinery. This document is not applicable to safety related parts of control systems manufactured before the date of its publication.

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This Technical Specification specifies a protocol for point-to-point transmission of alarms, faults, control signals and communications monitoring, between a Local Unit and Controller and an Alarm Receiving Centre using the Internet protocol (IP). The protocol is intended for use over any network that supports the transmission of IP data with sufficient quality of service to support VoIP or a separate voice channel. The Alarm Protocol is defined as an XML scheme including the alarm types, codes and necessary additional information. The alarm protocol is an application layer protocol using another Internet Protocol as a transport protocol to handle addressing and transport functions. The transport protocol initially defined in this Technical Specification is SIP (Session Initiation Protocol). The system performance characteristics for alarm transmission are specified in EN 50134-5. The performance characteristics of the Local Unit and Controller are expected to comply with the requirements of its associated alarm system standard and to apply for the transmission of social alarms. The protocols described in this standard are based on the SS 91100:2014 SCAIP standard [7] and defined to enable backwards compatibility with existing products based on the SCAIP standard.

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This document specifies two methods for adaptive content automation. Firstly, a learning environment profile for the expression of device and learning environment information required for mobile learning providers of both content and services, and for effective use of such services. Secondly, a grouping method is specified so that similar learning environment profiles can be bound into one and expressed collectively.

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This document defines the physical link between analogue cameras mounted on implements and operator terminals or monitors installed in tractor cabins. The interface supports up to two analogue video streams and provides electrical power to the cameras. It is designed to be installed inside the cab of agricultural equipment.

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ISO 11783 as a whole specifies a serial data network for control and communications on forestry or agricultural tractors, mounted, semi-mounted, towed or self propelled implements. Its purpose is to standardize the method and format of transfer of data between sensor, actuators, control elements, information storage and display units whether mounted or part of the tractor, or any implements. This document describes a universal virtual terminal that can be used by both tractors and implements.

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This Technical Report contains additional information to the requirements determined in EN 13757-2, EN 13757-3 and EN 13757-7, in particular examples for the implementation, Datagram examples secured by security mechanism of part 7 and additional non-normative requirements beyond meter communication itself.

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This draft European standard is applicable to the physical and link layer parameters of baseband communication over twisted pair (M Bus) for meter communication systems. It is especially applicable to thermal energy meters, heat cost allocators, water meters and gas meters.
NOTE    It is usable also for other meters (like electricity meters) and for sensors and actuators. For generic descriptions concerning communication systems for meters and remote reading of meters see EN 13757-1.

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This Technical Report contains additional information to the requirements determined in EN 13757-2, EN 13757-3 and EN 13757-7, in particular examples for the implementation, Datagram examples secured by security mechanism of part 7 and additional non-normative requirements beyond meter communication itself.

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