This document establishes the positioning zones, dimensions and general and static strength requirements for lower tether anchorages. Lower tether anchorages can be used together with seat bight anchorages according to ISO 13216-1, or with other methods for anchoring child restraint systems (CRS) in road vehicles. This document is applicable to all seating positions, intended by the vehicle manufacturer, for use with rearward-facing CRSs. These seating positions can include outer and mid positions in rear seats (second and third row), as well as the front passenger seat. This document also specifies requirements and strength testing of retrofit lower tether anchorages.

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This document specifies the concept of operation, minimum functionality, system requirements, system interfaces, and test procedures for bicyclist detection and collision mitigation systems (BDCMS). It also defines the system test criteria necessary to verify that a given implementation meets the requirements of this document. Implementation choices are left to system designers, wherever possible. BDCMS are fundamentally intended to provide emergency braking (EB) of equipped vehicles in order to mitigate collision severity between the subject vehicle (SV) and a bicyclist. BDCMS detect bicyclists forward of the SV, determine if the detected bicyclists are in a hazardous situation with respect to the SV, and initiate EB if a hazardous situation exists and a collision is imminent. Systems that include other countermeasures such as evasive steering are outside the scope of this document. This document defines two types of BDCMS (based on operation in different ambient illuminance) and two classes of BDCMS (based on operation on different vehicle size classes), as depicted in Table 1. This document does not apply to motorcycles. The operational design domain is public roads. BDCMS is not intended for off-road use. Responsibility for the safe operation of the vehicle remains with the driver. Licensable motor vehicles intended for use on public roads (i.e. motorcycles, cars, light trucks, buses, motor coaches), and other heavy vehicles as hazards are outside the scope of this document and are covered under ISO 22839. Pedestrians are outside the scope of this document and are covered under ISO 19237. Annex A contains informative information relative to BDCMS.

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The purpose of this new standard is to define a list of functionalities for a standard connector / interface between the vehicle and the alcohol interlock, which can be used for communication between the vehicle and the alcohol interlock in both directions for information exchange. It specifies the interface for an aftermarket installation of alcohol interlocks

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This document classifies the spatial requirements in a vehicle to enable a child restraint system (CRS) to be conveniently mounted. It also specifies the dimensions of child restraint systems, to ensure that they will fit in vehicles. A classification scheme is provided to determine dimensional compatibility between child restraint systems and the available space at specified seating positions in vehicles. The dimensional requirements refer to forward-facing child restraint systems of three size categories, rearward-facing child restraint systems of three size categories, and lateral-facing child restraint systems of two categories. This edition of the document also incorporates size classification of booster systems.

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This document specifies the child seat presence and orientation detection (CPOD) resonator as part of the CPOD system. It defines the electrical and environmental requirements to be met by the resonators as a condition for CPOD compatibility.

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This document specifies a child seat presence detection system that enables child seats placed on any passenger seats to be automatically detected where a child is at risk from an active airbag. The system provides the option of using additional information about the orientation of the child seat. This document specifies the minimum functional requirements in order to ensure compatibility between child seat presence and orientation detection system (CPOD) child seats and CPOD passenger seats. Compatibility measurements and labelling requirements complement the obligatory specifications of this document. This document also provides design recommendations which are not compulsory when claiming compliance with ISO/TS 22239. However, these recommendations, based on experience of proven designs, provide useful guidance to designers to avoid erroneous designs and thus, enable designers to reduce time and cost of CPOD development. The tell-tale "child seat detected" required for a CPOD vehicle, the specific labelling required for a CPOD vehicle and CPOD child seat and the detailed information about the CPOD system functionality required for owner's manuals of CPOD vehicles and CPOD child seats will mitigate considerably the misuse probability. The document does not provide a failsafe physical mechanism that prevents the installation of non-CPOD child seats in a CPOD vehicle or vice versa. ISO/TS 22239 applies only to child restraint systems in which the child is orientated in the forward or rearward driving direction. NOTE 1 Throughout this document, the term "child seat" is used as an abbreviation of "CPOD child seat". NOTE 2 Throughout this document, the term "passenger seat" is used as an abbreviation of "CPOD-equipped passenger seat".

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This Technical Specification establishes performance testing and assessment procedures for whole Truck Mounted Attenuator systems (TMAs) under impact, and includes:
-   Performance, acceptance and impact severity criteria;
-   Requirements for the assessment of the connection to the mobile carrier;
-   Minimum requirements for labelling.

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This Technical Specification establishes test methods for whole Truck Mounted Attenuator systems (TMAs) under impact..

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ISO 19237:2017 specifies the concept of operation, minimum functionality, system requirements, system interfaces, and test procedures for Pedestrian Detection and Collision Mitigation Systems (PDCMS). It specifies the behaviours that are required for PDCMS, and the system test criteria necessary to verify that a given implementation meets the requirements of this document. Implementation choices are left to system designers wherever possible. PDCMS reduce the severity of pedestrian collisions that cannot be avoided, and may reduce the likelihood of fatality and severity of injury. PDCMS require information about range to pedestrians, motion of pedestrians, motion of the subject vehicle (SV), driver commands and driver actions. PDCMS detect pedestrians ahead of time, determine if detected pedestrians represent a hazardous condition, and warn the driver if a hazard exists. PDCMS estimate if the driver has an adequate opportunity to respond to the hazard. If there is inadequate time available for the driver to respond, and if appropriate criteria are met, PDCMS determine that a collision is imminent. Based upon this assessment, PDCMS will activate CWs and vehicle brakes to mitigate collision severity. This document, while not a collision avoidance standard, does not preclude a manufacturer from implementing collision avoidance with PDCMS. Systems that include other countermeasures such as evasive steering are not within the scope of this document. Responsibility for the safe operation of the vehicle remains with the driver. ISO 19237:2017 applies to light duty passenger vehicles (see 3.6). It does not apply to other vehicle categories such as heavy vehicles or motorcycles. PDCMS are not intended for off-road use.

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ISO 29061-5:2017 provides criteria for judgement of usability of booster seat child restraint systems (CRS) when installing them and securing a child. ISO 29061-5:2017 provides criteria for judgement of: - ease of availability of instructions; - clarity of instruction manual and labelling; and - ease of use of design related features of the CRS related to the installation in a vehicle. The procedure can also be used for evaluation of vehicle integrated booster systems. NOTE Although ISOFIX is defined in the original "ISOFIX" standard (ISO 13216‑1) to be a rigid system, the term "ISOFIX" in this document is extended to include flexible CRS attachments (LATCH, UAS).

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ISO 29061-3:2017 specifies the criteria for judgement of usability of child restraint systems (CRS) when installing them with the vehicle seat belts. ISO 29061-3:2017 provides criteria for judgement of: - ease of availability of instructions; - clarity of instruction manual and labelling; and - ease of use of design related features of the CRS related to the installation in a vehicle. NOTE Booster system usability evaluation is covered by ISO 29061-5.

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ISO 29061-4:2017 provides criteria for judgement of usability of child restraint systems (CRS) with regard to the securing of a child in the child seat and other daily handling aspects. ISO 29061-4:2017 provides criteria for judgement of: - ease of availability of instructions; - clarity of instruction manual and labelling; and - the ease of use of design related features of the CRS related to securing the child or child dummy in a CRS installed in vehicle. ISO 29061-4:2017 can be used in conjunction with either ISO 29061-1 or ISO 29061-3 for making a complete usability evaluation of child restraint systems attached to the vehicle with ISOFIX/LATCH or vehicle seat belts. NOTE Booster system usability evaluation, including securing of a child in the booster system, is covered by ISO 29061-5.

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ISO/DIS 22239-3:2017 specifies instructions for use as well as labelling requirements of child restraint systems (CRS) and vehicles equipped with the child seat presence and orientation detection system (CPOD) specified in ISO/TS 22239‑1, which enables the automatic recognition of CRS placed on a passenger seat.

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An alcohol interlock is a system comprising a breath alcohol measuring instrument and an immobiliser which may be easily installed in motor vehicles as passenger cars, coaches, taxis, hazardous goods transporters, lorries, trams, trains, motorcycles, boats, or snow mobiles. Before the vehicle motor can be started or the vehicle can be moved, a breath sample has to be provided to the alcohol interlock, normally through a mouthpiece. Once the breath alcohol measurement has been performed, the alcohol interlock will prevent drivers from starting the motor if they have an alcohol concentration above a predetermined limit value. This limit may be set at the legal limit of a respective country or lower.
Alcohol interlocks that meet the relevant European Standards detect, for example, if the sample is delivered by a human being. They are also capable of preventing and detecting tampering with the instrument.
Additional parts of the system may include identity checking or recording mechanisms.
The purpose of this European Standard is to give practical guidance for selection, installation, use and maintenance of alcohol interlocks. It is directed to all those who have an interest in alcohol interlocks as well as companies selling and installing alcohol interlocks, purchasers and users for commercial, professional or private use. The European Standard gives information about the alcohol interlock and how it is to be used.
This European Standard describes alcohol interlocks for use in vehicles as a general preventive measure in traffic safety as well as for use in drink driving offender programmes. However, information provided may also be useful for alcohol interlocks in other applications.

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This European Standard defines the content and the layout of an installation document providing necessary and useful information about the aftermarket installation of an alcohol interlock into a vehicle. It details the type of the vehicle, connection schematics, accessibility instructions and recommendations to avoid safety risks.
The contents and layout ensures that the information document be easy to use by installers in different countries and may be available in paper or electronic format.
This European Standard is applicable to alcohol interlocks for drink-driving-offender programs (as in EN 50436-1) as well as to alcohol interlocks for general preventive use (as in EN 50436-2).
This European Standard is mostly intended for vehicle manufacturers and manufacturers of alcohol interlocks.
This European Standard does not apply to
-   the process of handling the installation documents,
-   the installation process,
-   information related to education and training for installers,
-   general performance requirements for alcohol interlocks (see EN 50436-1 and EN 50436-2),
-   the installation of the alcohol interlock during the production of the vehicle.

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EN 50436-1 specifies test methods and performance requirements for breath alcohol controlled alcohol interlocks. It covers alcohol interlocks intended to be used in programmes for drink driving offenders as well as in programmes monitored or controlled in a comparable way. This European Standard is directed at test laboratories and manufacturers of alcohol interlocks. It defines requirements and test procedures for type testing. Several parameters (such as alcohol concentration or breath volume) are specified in this European Standard for the purpose of type testing according to this standard only. However, it may be necessary due to national regulations or depending on user requests to set the values of the prescribed parameters differently when the alcohol interlocks are in use. This European Standard also applies to alcohol interlocks integrated into other control systems of the vehicle as well as to accessory devices connected to the alcohol interlock.

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ISO 14513:2016 specifies a test method to simulate the head impact of an adult pedestrian to the bonnet top of passenger vehicles or light truck vehicles of up to 3,5 t (GVM), as defined in ISO 3833. The impact device to be used in this test method will be robust for a vehicle impact velocity of up to 11 m/s. The test method specified addresses the reduction of an adult pedestrian head injury risk; it does not test for injuries to other regions of the pedestrian. The evaluation of injury risk to other pedestrian body regions is to be determined using other test methods. This test method does not consider downward pitching of the vehicle due to pre-impact braking. This test method and the corresponding HIC measurement utilizes a free flight head form impactor and does not consider the kinematics of the pedestrian body as a whole, nor does it consider the subsequent post-impact kinematics and potential injury risk. NOTE The test method covers an adult pedestrian head in a simulated impact with a motorized road vehicle. Research suggests vehicle safety improvements in vehicle derived from such pedestrian impact tests may be beneficial also to bicyclists in vehicle front impact.

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This standard applies to the metrological tyre pressure gauges (TPG) which operate using pressure equipment (pre-setting devices used in fixed or mobile installations) to inflate the tyres of road using vehicles (cars, trucks) and which may be capable of interacting with tyre pressure management systems (TPMS) which monitor the pressure of the tyre of the vehicle, whereby the TPG may be steered by the TPMS. This standard defines requirements for the interoperability/compatibility of TPG with TPMS/vehicle, through standardised interfaces and data exchange formats allowing advanced information and management and control systems between TPG and TPMS. The architecture must be open and scalable to support from the simplest to the most complex applications. Furthermore, the architecture must consider all current relevant communication media and be adaptable for future communication media. This standard uses communication standard(s) which must allow the secure interfacing for data exchanges between the TPG and TPMS, including the avoidance of (radio) interference. (crosstalk i.e. TPG connecting to the wrong TPMS).

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ISO/TR 14645:2015 describes dummies, procedures, and configurations that can be used to investigate the interactions that occur between a deploying air bag and a Child Restraint System (CRS) that would have been considered properly installed and used in the outer and centre front passenger positions. Static tests can be used to sort CRS/air bag interaction on a comparative basis in either an actual or a simulated vehicle environment. Systems that appear to warrant further testing can be subjected to an appropriate dynamic test at a speed near that needed to deploy an air bag or at a higher speed commonly used to evaluate CRS performance. No test matrix is specified at this time for evaluating either a CRS or an air bag during interaction with each other. Instead, engineering judgment based on prior experience with CRS and/or air bag testing should be used in selecting the tests to be conducted with each individual system. Such tests can be aimed not only at producing interactions with the most severe results but also at identifying those conditions that produce the least interaction and/or satisfactory CRS performance results. Baseline tests to indicate the performance of a CRS in the absence of air bag deployment are also recommended for comparison purposes.

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ISO/TS 17242:2014 provides a procedure to calibrate seat belt force transducers with loading capacities up to 25 kN and consistent test specifications and sequences in order to improve comparability of measurement results between testing laboratories.

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EN 50436-2 specifies test methods and performance requirements for breath alcohol controlled alcohol interlocks having a mouthpiece. It covers alcohol interlocks intended for general preventive use. This European Standard is directed at test laboratories and manufacturers of alcohol interlocks. It defines requirements and test procedures for type testing. Several parameters (for example alcohol concentration or breath volume) are specified in this European Standard for the purpose of type testing according to this standard only. However, it may be necessary due to national regulations or depending on user requests to set the values of the prescribed parameters differently when the alcohol interlocks are in use. This European Standard also applies to alcohol interlocks integrated into other control systems of the vehicle as well as to accessory devices connected to the alcohol interlock.

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EN 50436-1 specifies test methods and performance requirements for breath alcohol controlled alcohol interlocks. It covers alcohol interlocks intended to be used in programmes for drink driving offenders as well as in programmes monitored or controlled in a comparable way. This European Standard is directed at test laboratories and manufacturers of alcohol interlocks. It defines requirements and test procedures for type testing. Several parameters (such as alcohol concentration or breath volume) are specified in this European Standard for the purpose of type testing according to this standard only. However, it may be necessary due to national regulations or depending on user requests to set the values of the prescribed parameters differently when the alcohol interlocks are in use. This European Standard also applies to alcohol interlocks integrated into other control systems of the vehicle as well as to accessory devices connected to the alcohol interlock.

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This part of ISO 14451 specifies the types and order of tests to be applied to the airbag gas generators and sets out the acceptance criteria and means of categorization. This part of ISO 14451 applies to type tests. This part of ISO 14451 is not applicable to articles containing military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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This part of ISO 14451 specifies the types and order of tests to be applied to the igniter and sets out the acceptance criteria and means of categorization. This part of ISO 14451 applies to type tests. This part of ISO 14451 is not applicable to articles containing military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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This part of ISO 14451 specifies the types and order of tests to be applied to the actuators and sets out the associated acceptance criteria and means of categorization. This part of ISO 14451 applies to type tests. This part of ISO 14451 is not applicable to articles conaining military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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This part of ISO 14451 specifies the types and order of tests for application to the airbag modules and sets out the acceptance criteria and means of categorization. This part of ISO 14451 applies to type tests. This part of ISO 14451 is not applicable to articles containing military explosives or commerical blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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This part of ISO 14451 specifies the types and order of tests to be applied to the seatbelt pretensioners and sets out the associated acceptance criteria and means of categorization. This part of ISO 14451 applies to type tests. This part of ISO 14451 is not applicable to articles containing military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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ISO 14451-5:2013 specifies the types and order of tests for application to the airbag gas generators and sets out the acceptance criteria and means of categorization.
ISO 14451-5:2013 applies to type tests.
ISO 14451-5:2013 is not applicable to articles containing military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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ISO 14451-2:2013 establishes uniform test methods for pyrotechnic articles for vehicles.

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ISO 14451-8:2013 specifies the types and order of tests to be applied to the igniter and sets out the acceptance criteria and means of categorization.
ISO 14451-8:2013 applies to type tests.
ISO 14451-8:2013 is not applicable to articles containing military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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ISO 14454-3:2013 specifies labelling requirements for pyrotechnic articles for vehicles.

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ISO 14451-1:2013 establishes a terminology related to test methods and requirements for pyrotechnic articles for vehicles.

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ISO 14451-9:2013 specifies the types and order of tests to be applied to the actuators and sets out the associated acceptance criteria and means of categorization.
ISO 14451-9:2013 applies to type tests.
ISO 14451-9:2013 is not applicable to articles conaining military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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ISO 14551-6:2013 specifies the types and order of tests for application to the airbag modules and sets out the acceptance criteria and means of categorization.
ISO 14551-6:2013 applies to type tests.
ISO 14551-6:2013 is not applicable to articles containing military explosives or commerical blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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ISO 14451-7:2013 specifies the types and order of tests to be applied to the seatbelt pretensioners and sets out the associated acceptance criteria and means of categorization.
ISO 14451-7:2013 applies to type tests.
ISO 14451-7:2013 is not applicable to articles containing military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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ISO 14451-10:2013 specifies the types and order of tests to be applied to the semi finished products and sets out the acceptance criteria and means of categorization.
ISO 14451-10:2013 applies to type tests.
ISO 14451-10:2013 is not applicable to articles containing military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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ISO 14451-4:2013 specifies the types and order of tests to be applied to micro gas generators and sets out the associated acceptance criteria and means of categorization.
ISO 14451-4:2013 applies to type tests.
ISO 14451-4:2013 is not applicable to articles containing military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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ISO 14551-6:2013 specifies the types and order of tests for application to the airbag modules and sets out the acceptance criteria and means of categorization. ISO 14551-6:2013 applies to type tests. ISO 14551-6:2013 is not applicable to articles containing military explosives or commerical blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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ISO 14451-4:2013 specifies the types and order of tests to be applied to micro gas generators and sets out the associated acceptance criteria and means of categorization. ISO 14451-4:2013 applies to type tests. ISO 14451-4:2013 is not applicable to articles containing military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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ISO 14451-10:2013 specifies the types and order of tests to be applied to the semi finished products and sets out the acceptance criteria and means of categorization. ISO 14451-10:2013 applies to type tests. ISO 14451-10:2013 is not applicable to articles containing military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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ISO 14451-5:2013 specifies the types and order of tests for application to the airbag gas generators and sets out the acceptance criteria and means of categorization. ISO 14451-5:2013 applies to type tests. ISO 14451-5:2013 is not applicable to articles containing military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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ISO 14451-2:2013 establishes uniform test methods for pyrotechnic articles for vehicles.

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ISO 14451-8:2013 specifies the types and order of tests to be applied to the igniter and sets out the acceptance criteria and means of categorization. ISO 14451-8:2013 applies to type tests. ISO 14451-8:2013 is not applicable to articles containing military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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ISO 14454-3:2013 specifies labelling requirements for pyrotechnic articles for vehicles.

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ISO 14451-9:2013 specifies the types and order of tests to be applied to the actuators and sets out the associated acceptance criteria and means of categorization. ISO 14451-9:2013 applies to type tests. ISO 14451-9:2013 is not applicable to articles conaining military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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ISO 14451-7:2013 specifies the types and order of tests to be applied to the seatbelt pretensioners and sets out the associated acceptance criteria and means of categorization. ISO 14451-7:2013 applies to type tests. ISO 14451-7:2013 is not applicable to articles containing military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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ISO/TR 12353-3:2013 describes the determination of impact severity in road vehicle accidents as defined in ISO 12353-2, based on recorded acceleration and velocity data and derived parameters from vehicle crash pulse recorders or event data recorders, including data from self-contained devices or vehicle integrated functionalities.

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ISO 29061-1:2011 provides criteria for the judgement of usability of child restraint systems (CRS) with ISOFIX attachments and their corresponding anchorages in the vehicle. ISO 29061-1:2011 provides criteria for a separate evaluation of the child restraint ISOFIX attachments, of the ISOFIX anchorage installation in the vehicle, and an evaluation of the interface issues when installing a child restraint system in a certain vehicle. ISO 29061-1:2011 covers both rigid and flexible attachment systems of the CRS.

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