Intelligent transport systems - After-theft systems for the recovery of stolen vehicles - Part 5: Messaging interface

This European Standard specifies guidelines for co-operation and the procedures to be followed between the LEA and ATSVR System Operating Centers (SOC) in response to alarm signals by ATSVR systems. For purposes of optimum mutual communication, this European Standard also includes suggestions and a format for the electronic exchange of information.
ATSVR are electronic systems that enable a communication centre or other authorised facility, such as the LEA, to monitor the location and theft status of a vehicle. Other information may also be available including the speed and direction of the vehicle. These systems may be automatically activated by a signal from an anti theft security device or upon receipt of a signal from an authorised SOC following confirmation of theft.
Systems may be short range or long range and may use different technology to achieve results. Systems may identify the vehicle from on-board data or via reference to data held externally to the vehicle. Nevertheless, the standards of data and speed of communication should be compliant with requirements in this set of standards. System reliability and good, consistent procedures are extremely important.
System operators and users will remain aware that the level and timing of any response ultimately remains the responsibility of the LEA where the vehicle is currently located by an ATSVR system. It is implicit that there should be a uniform way of dealing internationally with these systems when a stolen vehicle is in a country other than where the originating SOC is located.

Intelligente Transportsysteme - Systeme für das Wiederfinden gestohlener Fahrzeuge - Teil 5: Schnittstelle für die Mitteilungsübermittlung

Diese europäische Norm legt Leitlinien für die Zusammenarbeit zwischen der Strafverfolgungsbehörde (LEA) und den ATSVR Systembetriebszentren (SOC) fest sowie die Vorgehensweisen, die beide nach Alarmsignalen von ATSVR Systemen zu befolgen haben. Für eine optimale Kommunikation enthält diese Technische Spezifikation außerdem Vorschläge und ein Format für den elektronischen Informations¬austausch.
ATSVR sind elektronische Systeme, die es einem Kommunikationszentrum oder einer autorisierten Einrichtung, zum Beispiel einer LEA, ermöglichen, den Aufenthaltsort und den Diebstahlstatus eines Fahrzeugs zu beobachten. Es können auch weitere Informationen verfügbar sein, darunter Geschwindigkeit und Richtung des Fahrzeugs. Diese Systeme können durch ein Signal von einem Diebstahlschutzgerät oder nach Empfang eines Signals von einem autorisierten SOC nach Bestätigung des Diebstahls automatisch aktiviert werden.
Bei den Systemen kann es sich um Nahbereichs  oder Weitbereichssysteme handeln, die unterschiedliche Techniken einsetzen können. Sie können das Fahrzeug anhand von fahrzeugseitig vorliegenden Daten oder durch Bezugnahme auf Daten, die außerhalb des Fahrzeugs vorgehalten werden, identifizieren. Dennoch sollten die Daten und die Kommunikationsgeschwindigkeit den Anforderungen der vorliegenden Dokumentenreihe entsprechen. Die Zuverlässigkeit der Systeme sowie gute, beständige Vorgehensweisen sind außerordentlich wichtig.
Systembetreibern und  nutzern muss bewusst sein, dass das Ausmaß und die zeitliche Festlegung jeder Reaktion letztendlich in der Verantwortung der LEA liegen, in deren Zuständigkeitsbereich das Fahrzeug sich nach den Angaben eines ATSVR Systems aktuell befindet. Es versteht sich, dass bei diesen Systemen auf internationaler Ebene eine einheitliche Vorgehensweise angewendet werden sollte, wenn sich ein gestohlenes Fahrzeug in einem anderen Land als dem aufhält, in dem sich das anrufende SOC befindet.

Systèmes de transport intelligents - Systèmes intervenant après un vol pour la récupération des véhicules - Partie 5: Interface de messagerie

Inteligentni transportni sistemi - Sistemi za odkrivanje ukradenih vozil - 5. del: Vmesnik za sporočanje

Ta evropski standard določa smernice za sodelovanje in postopke, ki jih morajo upoštevati organi pregona in centri za upravljanje sistema ATSVR (SOC), kadar se odzivajo na alarmne signale sistemov ATSVR. Za kar najboljše komuniciranje ta evropski standard prav tako vključuje predloge in format za elektronsko izmenjavo informacij. ATSVR so elektronski sistemi, ki komunikacijskemu centru ali drugemu pooblaščenemu organu, kot so organi pregona, omogočajo nadzor lokacije vozila in njegovega statusa v primeru kraje. Na voljo so lahko tudi druge informacije, vključno s hitrostjo in smerjo vozila. Ti sistemi se lahko samodejno aktivirajo s pomočjo signala iz varnostne naprave za preprečevanje kraje ali ob sprejemu signala pooblaščenega centra za upravljanje sistema po potrditvi kraje. Sistemi so lahko kratkega dosega ali dolgega dosega ter lahko za doseganje rezultatov uporabljajo različno tehnologijo. Sistemi lahko vozilo identificirajo s pomočjo podatkov iz vozila ali s pomočjo podatkov, ki so shranjeni zunaj vozila. Kljub temu morajo biti standardi podatkov in hitrost komunikacije v skladu z zahtevami iz tega sklopa standardov. Izjemnega pomena so zanesljivost sistema ter dobri in dosledni postopki. Izvajalci sistema in uporabniki se morajo zavedati, da so za obseg in čas katerega koli odziva odgovorni organi pregona s področja, kamor je sistem ATSVR lociral vozilo. Iz tega je razvidno, da bi moral obstajati enoten način za uporabo teh sistemov na mednarodni ravni, kadar se ukradeno vozilo nahaja v državi, kjer ni nosilnega centra za upravljanje sistema.

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2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.Intelligente Transportsysteme - Systeme für das Wiederfinden gestohlener Fahrzeuge - Teil 5: Schnittstelle für die MitteilungsübermittlungTélématique des transports - Systèmes intervenant après un voi pour la récupération des véhicules volés - Partie 5 : Interface de messagerieIntelligent transport systems - After-theft systems for the recovery of stolen vehicles - Part 5: Messaging interface43.040.15Car informatics. On board computer systems35.200Vmesniška in povezovalna opremaInterface and interconnection equipment13.310Varstvo pred kriminalomProtection against crimeICS:Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z:EN 15213-5:2013SIST EN 15213-5:2013en,fr,de01-september-2013SIST EN 15213-5:2013SLOVENSKI

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EUROPEAN STANDARD NORME EUROPÉENNE EUROPÄISCHE NORM
EN 15213-5
June 2013 ICS 35.240.60 Supersedes CEN/TS 15213-5:2006English Version

Intelligent transport systems - After-theft systems for the recovery of stolen vehicles - Part 5: Messaging interface

Systèmes de transport intelligents - Systèmes intervenant après un vol pour la récupération des véhicules - Partie 5: Interface de messagerie

Intelligente Transportsysteme - Systeme für das Wiederfinden gestohlener Fahrzeuge - Teil 5: Schnittstelle für die Mitteilungsübermittlung This European Standard was approved by CEN on 26 April 2013.

CEN members are bound to comply with the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations which stipulate the conditions for giving this European Standard the status of a national standard without any alteration. Up-to-date lists and bibliographical references concerning such national standards may be obtained on application to the CEN-CENELEC Management Centre or to any CEN member.

This European Standard exists in three official versions (English, French, German). A version in any other language made by translation under the responsibility of a CEN member into its own language and notified to the CEN-CENELEC Management Centre has the same status as the official versions.

CEN members are the national standards bodies of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and United Kingdom.

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EN 15213-5:2013 (E) 2 Contents Page Foreword ..............................................................................................................................................................3 Introduction .........................................................................................................................................................4 1 Scope ......................................................................................................................................................5 2 Normative references ............................................................................................................................5 3 Terms and definitions ...........................................................................................................................5 4 Symbols and abbreviations ..................................................................................................................5 5 Message requirements. .........................................................................................................................6 5.1 National and local level messaging for ATSVR technology ..............................................................6 5.2 International level messaging for ATSVR technology .......................................................................6 6 SOC Approval by LEA. ..........................................................................................................................7 6.1 Non-confirmed theft and calls from non-certified SOC's ..................................................................7 6.2 The minimum standard for an approved SOC ....................................................................................7 7 Procedures .............................................................................................................................................9 7.1 Procedure for the System Operating Centre (ATSVR SOC) ..............................................................9 7.2 Co-operation procedure to the Law Enforcement Agency (LEA SOC’s) ...................................... 10 8 Remote Engine Degradation Function ............................................................................................. 11 9 General requirements on data Protection ........................................................................................ 12 Annex A (informative)

Form for vehicle registration for use by ATSVR SOCs .......................................... 13 Annex B (informative)

Message specification ............................................................................................... 15 Annex C (informative)

Suggestion for a model to be used in Internet communication ............................ 18 Bibliography ..................................................................................................................................................... 23

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EN 15213-5:2013 (E) 3 Foreword This document (EN 15213-5:2013) has been prepared by Technical Committee CEN/TC 278 “Road Transport and Traffic Telematics”, the secretariat of which is held by NEN. This European Standard shall be given the status of a national standard, either by publication of an identical text or by endorsement, at the latest by December 2013, and conflicting national standards shall be withdrawn at the latest by December 2013. 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. This document supersedes CEN/TS 15213-5:2006. It is derived from a suite of CEN Technical Specifications CEN/TS 15213-1 to -6 inclusive dealing with the tracking and recovery of stolen vehicles. Parts 1 to 5 inclusive have been upgraded to EN status without change. CEN/TS 15213-6:2011 remains a valid Technical Specification as of the date of this publication and will be considered for EN status in due course. All these documents remain related and should be read in conjunction according to the type of technology, product or service being considered. EN 15213 consists of the following parts:  EN 15213-1, Intelligent transport systems — After-theft systems for the recovery of stolen vehicles — Part 1: Reference architecture and terminology;  EN 15213-2, Intelligent transport systems — After-theft systems for the recovery of stolen vehicles — Part 2: Common status message elements;  EN 15213-3, Intelligent transport systems — After-theft systems for the recovery of stolen vehicles — Part 3: Interface and system requirements in terms of short range communication system;  EN 15213-4, Intelligent transport systems — After-theft systems for the recovery of stolen vehicles — Part 4: Interface and system requirements in terms of long range communication system;  EN 15213-5, Intelligent transport systems — After-theft systems for the recovery of stolen vehicles — Part 5: Messaging interface (the present document);  CEN/TS 15213-6, Road transport and traffic telematics — After-theft services for the recovery of stolen vehicles — Part 6: Test procedures1). According to the CEN-CENELEC Internal Regulations, the national standards organizations of the following countries are bound to implement this European Standard: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom.

1) Part 6 awaits final evaluation and ratification as EN and until such time remains a valid part of this EN as CEN/TS 15213-6:2011. SIST EN 15213-5:2013

EN 15213-5:2013 (E) 4 Introduction This European Standard was developed by CEN/TC 278 "Road transport and traffic telematics", Working Group 14 (WG 14) on the subject of After Theft Systems for Vehicle Recovery (ATSVR). WG 14 comprised representatives and experts from police, insurance associations (CEA), car manufacturers, transport associations, vehicle rental associations and ATSVR system and product providers. The work was also in cooperation with Europol and the European Police Cooperation Working Group (EPCWG). This European Standard was developed to define an architecture within guidelines from CEN/TC 278 through which a level of interoperability can be achieved between Systems Operating Centres (SOC) and Law Enforcement Agencies (LEA), both nationally and internationally. This will provide minimum standards of information and assurance to users as to the functionality of systems, thereby enabling the recovery of vehicles, detection of offenders and a reduction in crime. This European Standard refers to the potential development of systems to enable law enforcement agencies to remotely slow and/or stop the engines of stolen vehicles. This situation remains and further information is available in 2012 CEN publication N2643 Feasibility Report on Remote Slow and Stop Technology, available from CEN/TC 278.

This document should be read in conjunction with EN 15213-1 which provides the preliminary framework for ATSVR concepts. SIST EN 15213-5:2013

EN 15213-5:2013 (E) 5 1 Scope This European Standard specifies guidelines for co-operation and the procedures to be followed between the LEA and ATSVR System Operating Centers (SOC) in response to alarm signals by ATSVR systems. For purposes of optimum mutual communication, this European Standard also includes suggestions and a format for the electronic exchange of information. ATSVR are electronic systems that enable a communication centre or other authorised facility, such as the LEA, to monitor the location and theft status of a vehicle. Other information may also be available including the speed and direction of the vehicle. These systems may be automatically activated by a signal from an anti-theft security device or upon receipt of a signal from an authorised SOC following confirmation of theft.

Systems may be short range or long range and may use different technology to achieve results. Systems may identify the vehicle from on-board data or via reference to data held externally to the vehicle. Nevertheless, the standards of data and speed of communication should be compliant with requirements in this set of standards. System reliability and good, consistent procedures are extremely important.

System operators and users will remain aware that the level and timing of any response ultimately remains the responsibility of the LEA where the vehicle is currently located by an ATSVR system. It is implicit that there should be a uniform way of dealing internationally with these systems when a stolen vehicle is in a country other than where the originating SOC is located. 2 Normative references The following documents, in whole or in part, are normatively referenced in this document and are indispensable for its application. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies. EN 15213-1:2013, Intelligent transport systems  After-theft systems for the recovery of stolen vehicles  Part 1: Reference architecture and terminology 3 Terms and definitions For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in EN 15213-1:2013 apply. 4 Symbols and abbreviations ATSVR

After Theft Systems for Vehicle Recovery DE
Detection Equipment LEA
Law Enforcement Agency (see EN 15213-1) LR
Long Range OBE
On Board Equipment SOC
System Operating Centre SR
Short Range
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EN 15213-5:2013 (E) 6 5 Message requirements. 5.1 National and local level messaging for ATSVR technology The potential for widespread adoption of ATSVR and the possibility of false or malicious calls requires an agreed process at local and national level. Figure 1 illustrates messaging at the national level.

Figure 1 — National level: five-step process The five steps are as follows: a) SOC notifies the Vehicle Owner or Authorised User of unauthorised use of the Target Vehicle/OR, the owner notifies SOC of the theft starting the process where the system is activated by the SOC. b) Vehicle Owner or Authorised User confirms that the Target Vehicle has been stolen. c) SOC and/or owner/authorised user reports the vehicle as a Confirmed Stolen Vehicle to LEA. When a car jacking is confirmed by other, possibly technical means, the SOC is not obliged to confirm the emergency call to the owner/authorised user who is with the vehicle. d) SOC gives the location, speed, direction, and other data to LEA and provides continuous commentary or regular updates at defined intervals of time or distance. This data is system dependent. e) LEA decides on the level of response and advises SOC. 5.2 International level messaging for ATSVR technology The exchange of information between police forces across borders is a matter for those police forces, Interpol, Europol and Schengen to address and not for CEN. These LEA organisations are responsible for the exchange of crime intelligence and operations against organised crime. Looking to the future when many vehicles will be fitted with After Theft devices, some of which will also offer audit trials for debt collection or failure to return hire vehicles. These applications are not an area that will concern these international police organisations. Indeed, the tracking of a stolen car will be low on the list of their priorities when speed may be essential as the vehicle travels towards seaports or non-EU countries. This scenario is based on the fact that a bureau in one country can easily monitor the theft and location of vehicles in several other countries. The police in the country where the vehicle is stolen may not agree to detain a vehicle and driver based on information from a non-police source outside their country. SIST EN 15213-5:2013

EN 15213-5:2013 (E) 7 The preferred model is that if a company offers an ATSVR product that is capable of operating in other countries and some SOC facility is required to contact the police, then the responsibility for transmitting the information across borders remains with the SOC. It is not for the police to assist them with international communication to carry out their commercial obligations. It should be the responsibility of the SOC to have links with an authorised SOC in each country where the system will operate. The location/tracking information will be passed to the SOC in the country where the vehicle was stolen and they will contact the local police and give details of location. This way the operators speak the local language, will know much of the local geography and will be known to the police who may then have more faith in the information being correct. At the time of first publication of this European Standard the information exchange will be by telephone, but future systems will make it possible to exchange data information electronically. 6 SOC Approval by LEA. 6.1 Non-confirmed theft and calls from non-certified SOC's LEAs do not normally accept location/tracking data for non-confirmed thefts or from a non-approved SOC. There will be occasions where such information is accompanied by other important information that leads an LEA to believe that, in spite of the lack of conformity with these rules, there is a special case to accept that police response is desirable. Such occasions will be the rare exception than the rule and there shall be no assumption by the ATSVR provider, the SOC or the owner of vehicles that such response will be given. The only reasonable means of gaining police response is compliance with this European Standard. 6.2 The minimum standard for an approved SOC The minimum requirements for an SOC are:  operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year;  provides full backup monitoring systems in the event of down time;  has a recovery plan enabling continuity of service;  adheres to its own national data protection laws. The following information should be available over long range to the LEA from the ATSVR system or from the SOC data. The exact data will be that appropriate to the system technology. a) Dynamic: 1) incident, place of theft; 2) dynamic data, direction; 3) incident, time of theft; 4) dynamic data, descriptive location; 5) dynamic data, speed; 6) dynamic data, geographic location;

7) dynamic data, date and time. SIST EN 15213-5:2013

EN 15213-5:2013 (E) 8 b) Static: 1) incident, URN; 2) incident, vehicle load; 3) incident, vehicle passengers; 4) name and address of owner / keeper; 5) incident report.

c) Object: 1) vehicle manufacturer; 2) vehicle, body type; 3) vehicle colour; 4) vehicle, licence plate / registration number; 5) vehicle, country of registration; 6) vehicle VIN number; 7) vehicle, other descriptive information. When the vehicle with an ATSVR system is in another country and the information of the vehicle’s position is received in the home country, the SOC sends this information to its partner in the relevant country. The receiving partner SOC informs the local LEA in accordance with national regulations. The following information should be available over short range to the LEA from the ATSVR system or from the SOC data. The exact data will be that appropriate to the system technology. d) Dynamic: 1) dynamic data, date and time; 2) dynamic data, descriptive location; 3) dynamic data, speed; 4) dynamic data, geographic location; 5) dynamic data, direction of travel. e) Object: 1) vehicle manufacturer; 2) vehicle, body type; 3) vehicle licence plate / registration number; 4) vehicle, nationality; SIST EN 15213-5:2013

EN 15213-5:2013 (E) 9 5) vehicle, colour; 6) vehicle VIN;
7) vehicle, other descriptive information.

7 Procedures 7.1 Procedure for the System Operating Centre (ATSVR SOC) 7.1.1 General Figure 2 shows a schematic representation of the procedure for a SOC upon receipt of a missing vehicle call.

Figure 2 — Schematic representation of the procedure for a SOC upon receipt of a missing vehicle call A SOC is notified that the vehicle has gone missing by the owner or by a call generated by the vehicle. This SOC verifies the facts with the owner and records th

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