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Automatic vehicle and equipment identification - Electronic Registration Identification

(ERI) for vehicles - Part 2: Operational requirements (ISO/TS 24534-2:2007)

Straßenverkehrstelematik (RTTT) - Automatische Identifizierung von Fahrzeugen und

Ausrüstungen - Elektronische Identifizierung für die Registrierung (ERI) - Teil 2:

Betriebsanforderungen (ISO/TS 24534-2:2007)
Identification automatique des véhicules et des équipements - Identification
d'enregistrement électronique (ERI) pour les véhicules - Partie 2: Exigences de
fonctionnement (ISO/TS 24534-2:2007)
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
CEN ISO/TS 24534-2
SPÉCIFICATION TECHNIQUE
TECHNISCHE SPEZIFIKATION
December 2007
ICS 35.240.60; 03.220.20
English Version
Automatic vehicle and equipment identification - Electronic
Registration Identification (ERI) for vehicles - Part 2: Operational
requirements (ISO/TS 24534-2:2007)

Identification automatique des véhicules et des Straßenverkehrstelematik (RTTT) - Automatische

équipements - Identification d'enregistrement électronique Identifizierung von Fahrzeugen und Ausrüstungen -

(ERI) pour les véhicules - Partie 2: Exigences de Elektronische Identifizierung für die Registrierung (ERI) -

fonctionnement (ISO/TS 24534-2:2007) Teil 2: Betriebsanforderungen (ISO/TS 24534-2:2007)

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Contents Page

Foreword..............................................................................................................................................................3

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CEN ISO/TS 24534-2:2007 (E)
Foreword

This document (CEN ISO/TS 24534-2:2007) has been prepared by Technical Committee CEN/TC 278 "Road

transport and traffic telematics", the secretariat of which is held by NEN, in collaboration with Technical

Committee ISO/TC 204 "Transport information and control systems".

Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of patent

rights. CEN [and/or CENELEC] shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights.

According to the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations, the national standards organizations of the following

countries are bound to announce this CEN Technical Specification: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech

Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia,

Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain,

Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
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TECHNICAL ISO/TS
SPECIFICATION 24534-2
First edition
2007-12-15
Automatic vehicle and equipment
identification — Electronic Registration
Identification (ERI) for vehicles —
Part 2:
Operational requirements
Identification automatique des véhicules et des équipements —
Identification d'enregistrement électronique (ERI) pour les véhicules —
Partie 2: Exigences de fonctionnement
Reference number
ISO/TS 24534-2:2007(E)
ISO 2007
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Contents Page

Foreword............................................................................................................................................................ iv

Introduction ........................................................................................................................................................ v

1 Scope ..................................................................................................................................................... 1

2 Normative references ........................................................................................................................... 1

3 Terms and definitions........................................................................................................................... 2

4 Abbreviations ........................................................................................................................................ 4

5 Onboard ERI equipment requirements............................................................................................... 5

5.1 ERI System context .............................................................................................................................. 5

5.2 ERT......................................................................................................................................................... 5

5.3 Operational parameters ....................................................................................................................... 5

5.4 ERT memory allocation........................................................................................................................ 7

5.5 Security of ERI data.............................................................................................................................. 8

5.6 Onboard ERI equipment categories.................................................................................................... 8

5.7 ERT location .......................................................................................................................................... 8

5.8 Onboard ERI equipment safety ........................................................................................................... 8

5.9 Environmental requirements ............................................................................................................... 9

5.10 ERT security .......................................................................................................................................... 9

5.11 ERT Life cycle ....................................................................................................................................... 9

6 ERI system organizational framework.............................................................................................. 10

Annex A (informative) Example user requirements and operational scenarios........................................ 11

Annex B (informative) Typical operational usage of onboard ERI equipment........................................... 15

Annex C (informative) Example of ERI system stakeholders ...................................................................... 16

Bibliography ..................................................................................................................................................... 17

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Foreword

ISO (the International Organization for Standardization) is a worldwide federation of national standards bodies

(ISO member bodies). The work of preparing International Standards is normally carried out through ISO

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The main task of technical committees is to prepare International Standards. Draft International Standards

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International Standard requires approval by at least 75 % of the member bodies casting a vote.

In other circumstances, particularly when there is an urgent market requirement for such documents, a

technical committee may decide to publish other types of normative document:

— an ISO Publicly Available Specification (ISO/PAS) represents an agreement between technical experts in

an ISO working group and is accepted for publication if it is approved by more than 50 % of the members

of the parent committee casting a vote;

— an ISO Technical Specification (ISO/TS) represents an agreement between the members of a technical

committee and is accepted for publication if it is approved by 2/3 of the members of the committee casting

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An ISO/PAS or ISO/TS is reviewed after three years in order to decide whether it will be confirmed for a

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confirmed, it is reviewed again after a further three years, at which time it must either be transformed into an

International Standard or be withdrawn.

Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of patent

rights. ISO shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights.

ISO/TS 24534-2 was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 204, Intelligent transport systems, and by

Technical Committee CEN/TC 278, Road transport and traffic telematics in collaboration.

ISO/TS 24534 consists of the following parts, under the general title Automatic vehicle and equipment

identification — Electronic Registration Identification (ERI) for vehicles:
— Part 1: Architecture
— Part 2: Operational requirements
— Part 3: Vehicle data
— Part 4: Secure communications using asymmetrical techniques
⎯ Part 5: Secure communications using symmetrical techniques
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Introduction

A quickly emerging need has been identified with administrations to improve the unique identification of

vehicles for a variety of services. Situations are already occurring where manufacturers intend to fit lifetime

tags to vehicles. Various governments are considering the needs and benefits of Electronic Registration

Identification (ERI) as a legal proof of vehicle identity with potential mandatory uses. There is commercial and

economic justification both in respect of tags and infrastructure that a standard enables an interoperable

solution.

ERI is a means of uniquely identifying road vehicles. The application of ERI will offer significant benefits over

existing techniques for vehicle identification. It will be a suitable tool for the future management and

administration of traffic and transport, including applications in free-flow, multi-lane traffic conditions with the

capability to support mobile transactions. ERI addresses the need of authorities and other road users for a

trusted electronic identification, including roaming vehicles.

The unique vehicle identifier is held in a secure environment within an Electronic Registration Tag (ERT) fitted

to a vehicle. The identifier used to identify a vehicle is called the vehicle identifier or vehicleId. The preferred

identifier is the VIN, assigned to the vehicle by its manufacturer in accordance with ISO 3779, or it may be a

variant of this identifier.

The ERT may contain vehicle data in addition to the unique identifier, as required by authorities or their agents

for ERI applications (e.g. vehicle registration details). An ERT is the core component for simple to complex

applications of ERI, ranging from a simple read-only device, with more complex applications requiring one or

more communication systems.

The ERT may be accessed by an Electronic Registration Reader (ERR), either to read, read/write data, from

or to an ERT.

Optionally, the ERT may communicate with other onboard vehicle equipment. The potential range of ERI

applications, simple to complex, will require interoperability to exist between an ERT and an ERR by

application.

Whilst it is desirable to determine a single set of requirements for operation in all environments and under all

operating conditions, this could impose unacceptable costs for an ERI application. This part of ISO/TS 24534

provides classification categories of operational parameters for different aspects of a system specification,

enabling appropriate performance parameters to be selected for an ERI application. Annex A provides

example ERI user requirements with operational scenarios.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ISO/TS 24534-2:2007(E)
Automatic vehicle and equipment identification — Electronic
Registration Identification (ERI) for vehicles —
Part 2:
Operational requirements
1 Scope

This part of ISO/TS 24534 provides the requirements for electronic registration that is based on an identifier

assigned to a vehicle (e.g. for recognition by national authorities) suitable to be used for:

⎯ electronic identification of local and foreign vehicles by national authorities,

⎯ vehicle manufacturing, in-life-maintenance and end-of-life identification (vehicle life cycle management),

⎯ adaptation of vehicle data (e.g. for international resales),
⎯ safety-related purposes,
⎯ crime reduction, and
⎯ commercial services.
It adheres to privacy and data protection regulations.

This part of ISO/TS 24534 defines the operational requirements for the remaining parts of ISO/TS 24534 and

the more limited but relevant provisions of ISO 24535.

Whilst the definition of the organizational framework required to implement, operate and maintain an ERI

system is outside the scope of this part of ISO/TS 24534, a list of potential stakeholders in the public and

private sector has been included.
2 Normative references

The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated

references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced

document (including any amendments) applies.

ISO/TS 24534-3, Automatic vehicle and equipment identification — Electronic Registration Identification (ERI)

for vehicles — Part 3: Vehicle data

ISO 7498-2, Information processing systems — Open Systems Interconnection — Basic Reference Model —

Part 2: Security Architecture

ISO 14815:2005, Road transport and traffic telematics — Automatic vehicle and equipment identification —

System specifications
EN 301 489-1, Radio equipment and systems, EMC, common technical requirements
IEC 60215:1987, Safety requirements for radio transmitting equipment
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IEC 721-3-5:1988, Classification of environmental conditions — Part 3: Classification of groups of

environmental parameters and their severities — Section 5: Ground vehicle installations

IEC 1000-4-6, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) — Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques —

Section 6: Immunity to conducted disturbances, induced by radio-frequency fields

EN 300 764, Electromagnetic compatibility and radio spectrum matters (ERM) — Road Transport and Traffic

Telematics (RTTT) — Technical characteristics and test methods for data transmission equipment operating

in the 5.8GHz industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) band
3 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.
3.1
access control

prevention of unauthorized use of a resource, including the prevention of use of a resource in an unauthorized

manner
[ISO 7498-2]
3.2
access control list

list of entities, together with their access right, which are authorized to have access to a resource

[ISO 7498-2]
3.3
authentication

entity authentication which provides each entity with the assurance of the other’s identity

3.4
back office

facility for the control and data management of an ERI system by an authority, or for the provision of related

services by a service provider
3.5
ERI Data

vehicle identifier and possible additional vehicle data as defined in ISO/TS 24534-3

3.6
Electronic registration identification
ERI

action or act of identifying a vehicle by electronic means for the purposes described in the scope of this part of

ISO/TS 24534
3.7
Electronic registration reader
ERR

device used to read or read/write data from or to an “Electronic Registration Tag”

3.8
Electronic registration tag
ERT

onboard ERI device that contains the ERI data, including relevant security provisions and one or more

interfaces to access that data
NOTE In case of high security this is a type of SAM.
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3.9
interoperability

ability of systems to provide services to and accept services from other systems and to use these services to

enable the systems to operate effectively together
3.10
lifetime

period of time over which an item of equipment exists and functions according to the requirements of the

defining standard
[ISO 14815]
3.11
onboard ERI equipment

equipment fitted within or on the outside of the vehicle and used for ERI purposes

NOTE The onboard ERI equipment comprises an ERT and may also comprise any additional communication devices.

3.12
operator
entity responsible for the operational management of an ERI system
3.13
privacy

right of individuals to control or influence what information related to them may be collected and stored and by

whom and to whom that information may be disclosed
[ISO 7498-2]
3.14
read only
property that data content cannot be changed by a reader/interrogator
3.15
read/write

data mode corresponding to an ERT in which data content can be changed by means of a compatible

interrogator via the air interface
3.16
read/write cycle

complete sequence of interaction by the reader/interrogator where the ERT is unambiguously identified and

new data, comprising either whole or part of the full data set, is written onto the ERT by means of the air

interface
3.17
registration authority
authority responsible for the registration and maintenance of vehicle records
NOTE The authority may provide vehicle records to accredited organizations.
3.18
registration authority (with respect to the ERI data)

organization responsible for the ERI data and security data, according to local legislation

NOTE The registration authority with respect to the ERI data may be the same as the registration authority (defined

in 3.17). This part of ISO/TS 24534, however, does not require this.
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3.19
roadside equipment

equipment located at a fixed position along the road transport network, for the purpose of communication and

data exchanges with the onboard equipment of passing vehicles
3.20
security

protection of information and data so that unauthorized persons or systems cannot read or modify them and

authorized persons or systems are not denied access
3.21
service provider

person or organization providing a service that requires the vehicle identity and/or other information

concerning the vehicle
3.22
specific vehicle identification
action or act of establishing the identity of a specific vehicle
3.23
vehicle vicinity identification

action or act of establishing the identity of a specific vehicle near an external ERI reader (ERR) without

pinpointing the exact position of the vehicle
4 Abbreviations

For the purpose of this part of ISO/TS 24534, the following abbreviations apply throughout the document

unless otherwise specified.
4.1
AIB
Accredited, Independent Testing Body
4.2
ERI
Electronic Registration Identification
4.3
EMC
Electro Magnetic Compatibility
4.4
ERM
Electromagnetic compatibility and radio spectrum matters
4.5
ERR
Electronic Registration Reader
4.6
ERT
Electronic Registration Tag
4.7
ELV
End of Life Vehicles
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4.8
SAM
Secure Application Module
5 Onboard ERI equipment requirements
5.1 ERI System context

Figure 1 provides a context diagram (informative) of the environment within which the ERT functions, with the

wider relationships which may exist with other components of an ERI system.
Figure 1 — Fully featured ERI system, with onboard ERT component
5.2 ERT

The ERT shall contain the vehicle identifier and may include additional vehicle data.

The ERT shall communicate directly or indirectly, with an ERR.

NOTE The ERT may also communicate with other onboard ERI equipment, or onboard non-ERI equipment, when

ERI data are required to support other transport applications.
5.3 Operational parameters
5.3.1 General

In the classes defined herein, the ERT shall have the capability to communicate ERI data over a wireless link

to an ERR.

An ERI system may be required to operate from stationary or low vehicle speeds; also, with traffic travelling in

congested traffic conditions or at free flow, motorway speeds. In order to claim compliance with this part of

ISO/TS 24534, equipment shall achieve the performance of a declared classification parameter, or

combination of parameters, specified in the tables defined in this clause.

NOTE Reading parameters are defined within this clause; writing parameters are subject to many factors and are

outside the scope of this part of ISO/TS 24534.
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5.3.2 ERT lifetime classification

The ERT shall be capable of operating without maintenance according to one of the class definitions given in

Table 1.
Table 1 — ERT lifetime classification
Lifetime classification ERT lifetime
ERT-A0 More than 30 years
ERT-A1 30 years
ERT-A2 25 years
ERT-A3 15 years
ERT-A4 10 years
ERT-A5 3 years
ERT-A6 Less than 3 years
5.3.3 ERT power sources

An ERT may function without a battery electrical supply, or require a battery supply source. For an

exchangeable battery within the ERT, the battery lifetime shall be according to the class definitions in Table 2.

These requirements are independent of technology.
Table 2 — ERT power source lifetime classification
Lifetime classification Lifetime
Based on 500 ERT transactions per month
ERT-B0 More than 15 years
ERT-B1 15 years
ERT-B2 10years
ERT-B3 5years
ERT-B4 3 years
ERT-B5 1 year
ERT-B6 No battery required
5.3.4 ERT read classification
5.3.4.1 ERT read range

ERI data shall be capable of being read from the ERT by an external ERR which may, according to application,

operate as a close proximity reader (i.e. handheld), mobile (i.e. vehicle mounted), or a fixed location (i.e. Road

Side Equipment).

The ERR shall be capable of reading the unique vehicle identifier from the ERT according to the Class

definitions in Table 3.
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Table 3 — ERT read range classification
ERT read range Minimum read range
ERT-C1 1000 metres
ERT-C2 500 metres
ERT-C3 250 metres
ERT-C4 100 metres
ERT-C5 50 metre
ERT-C6 10 metres
ERT-C7 3 metres
ERT-C8 1 metre
ERT-C9 Proximity (minimum 4mm)
5.3.4.2 ERT passing vehicle speed range

An ERR shall be capable of reading ERI data from the ERT at vehicle passing speeds according to the class

definitions in Table 4.
Table 4 — ERT vehicle speed classification
ERT read capability Passing vehicle speed
ERT-D1 0 - 500 km/h
ERT-D2 0 - 250 km/h
ERT-D3 0 - 150 km/h
ERT-D4 0 - 50 km/h
ERT-D5 0 - 25 km/h
ERT-D6 Below 5 km/h
5.3.5 ERI system interoperability

The ERI system shall provide interoperability with other ERI systems developed in conformance to this part of

ISO/TS 24534.

NOTE Contractual arrangements between registration authorities or their agents are outside the scope of this part of

ISO/TS 24534.
5.4 ERT memory allocation
5.4.1 ERT memory

The ERI system shall have the requirement that the ERT has secure memory dedicated to the storage of the

vehicle identification data. Such requirements are determined in this part of ISO/TS 24534 and associated

standards (ISO/TS 24534 Parts 3, 4, 5 and ISO 24535).

For applications of ERI, where additional information is required to support vehicle identification (e.g. vehicle

classification), a minimum data set is determined in ISO/TS 24534-3.
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5.4.2 ERT Read/Write Cycles

The memory of an ERT having read/write capabilities shall, with the exception of the unique vehicle identifier

or any other permanently locked data, be capable of being accessed for the purpose of reading or changing

data a minimum of 100 000 times.
5.5 Security of ERI data

Access to ERI data memory, for read or write functions, shall be controlled through an authorized user access

control list.

The data security elements of the ERT concerning confidentiality, integrity, authenticity and non-repudiation

are given in ISO/TS 24534-4 and ISO/TS 24534-5.
5.6 Onboard ERI equipment categories

Onboard ERI equipment shall be classified as five separate categories. Environmental operating conditions

are classified according to ISO 14815.
The ERI equipment categories are defined as follows:

⎯ Category 1: Ruggedized interoperable — ERI equipment capable of being mounted and operating

externally on vehicle. Capable of functioning in extreme (class 1) environmental and system operational

conditions.

⎯ Category 2: Standard interoperable — ERI equipment mounted within vehicle, with the possible

exception of the antennae. Capable of functioning within standard (maximum class 2) environmental and

system operational conditions.

⎯ Category 3: Interoperable within selected environmental classes — ERI equipment mounted within

vehicle, with the possible exception of the antennae. Capable of operating within standard (maximum

class 2) system operational conditions and conforming to selected environmental classes.

⎯ Category 4: Interoperable within selected operational classes — ERI equipment mounted within

vehicle, with the possible exception of the antennae. Capable of operating within normal (maximum

class 2) environmental conditions a
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