Intelligent transport systems - After-theft systems for the recovery of stolen vehicles - Part 1: Reference architecture and terminology

For many years, consumers, law enforcement agencies and insurers have been confronted with an ever-increasing number of vehicle thefts, both genuine thefts and insurance frauds, as well as the growing problem of increasing violence and threats against vehicle drivers.
Manufacturers have and will continue to introduce after-theft systems that will enable the police to recover stolen vehicles. Different techniques are being used for that purpose. This document refers to them by the generic name of After Theft Systems for Vehicle Recovery (ATSVR).
Standards for Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI) and Automatic Equipment Identification (AEI) are being developed by CEN/TC 278/WG 12 in parallel with EN ISO 14814. This ATSVR standard does not prejudice that work and does not seek to establish parameters for future AVI/AEI standards. DSRC and AVI standards are seen as basic technology blocks for types of short-range ATSVR systems.
Certain specialised terms and definitions have been used in writing the ATSVR standards. This preliminary document aims to provide the preliminary framework of ATSVR concepts and definitions for the purpose of following ones. It will therefore:
-   define the concepts and global architecture models for ATSVR and the appropriate terminology;
-   identify the various elements that may comprise an ATSVR.
The events and associated information that are relevant to the situation prior to the registration of the theft are relevant to the total process, but may be subject to the laws of individual countries. Such events and associated information may be described in the standards to give clarity to the technical processes identified, which obviously does not presume on the prevailing legal conditions.

Intelligente Transportsysteme - Systeme für das Wiederfinden gestohlener Fahrzeuge - Teil 1: Referenzarchitektur und Begriffe

Seit vielen Jahren sehen sich Konsumenten, Strafverfolgungsbehörden und Versicherer dem Problem zunehmender Gewalt und Bedrohung gegenüber Autofahrern als auch einer ständig steigenden Zahl von Autodiebstählen, die sowohl tatsächliche Diebstähle als auch Versicherungs¬betrug umfassen, gegenüber.
Hersteller haben Anti-Diebstahlsysteme, die der Polizei ein Wiederfinden der gestohlenen Fahrzeuge ermöglichen, in die Autos eingebaut und werden dies auch weiterhin tun. Zu diesem Zweck werden unterschiedlichen Verfahren genutzt. Diese Norm bezieht sich auf diese Systeme mittels des Begriffs des „Systems für das Wiederfinden gestohlener Fahrzeuge (ATSVR)“.
Normen zur automatischen Identifikation und Ausrüstung von Fahrzeugen wurden durch CEN/TC 278/WG parallel zu EN ISO 14814 entwickelt. Diese ATSVR-Norm beeinträchtigt diese Arbeiten nicht und versucht nicht, Parameter für zukünftige Normen zur automatischen Identifikation festzulegen. Mikrowellentechnologie (DSRC) und automatische Identifikation von Fahrzeugen werden als grundlegende Technologiebestandteile für bestimmte Typen von Nahbereichs-ATSVR angesehen.
Bei der Erstellung der ATSVR-Normen wurden bestimmte Begriffe verwendet. Dieses vorbereitende Dokument beabsichtigt, zum Nutzen nachfolgender Dokumente den vorbereitenden Rahmen aus ATSVR-Begriffen und Definitionen bereitzustellen. Es wird daher:
   Begriffe und umfassende Architekturmodelle für ATSVRs sowie die zugehörige Terminologie festlegen;
   die verschiedenen Bestandteile, aus denen ein ATSVR zusammengesetzt sein kann, ermitteln.
Ereignisse und damit verbundene Informationen, die für die Situation relevant sind, die der Anzeige des Diebstahls vorausgehen, sind relevant für den gesamten Vorgang, können jedoch den Gesetzen einzelner Länder unterliegen. Solche Ereignisse und die damit verbundenen Informationen dürfen in den Normen beschrieben werden, um die ermittelten technischen Abläufe zu verdeutlichen und stellen zu keiner Zeit Vermutungen zu den rechtlichen Rahmenbedingungen dar.

Systèmes de transport intelligents - Systèmes intervenant après un vol pour la récupération des véhicules - Partie 1 : Architecture de référence et terminologie

Depuis plusieurs années, les consommateurs, les organismes d’application de la loi et les assureurs sont confrontés à un nombre sans cesse croissant de vols de véhicules, des vols réels et des fraudes à l’assurance, ainsi qu’au problème d’augmentation de la violence et des menaces à l’encontre des conducteurs de véhicules.
Les constructeurs doivent et continuent de développer des systèmes intervenant après un vol permettant à la police de retrouver les véhicules volés. Différentes techniques sont utilisées à cet effet. Le présent document fait référence à ces dernières par le nom générique de Systèmes intervenant après un vol pour la récupération des véhicules (ATSVR).
Les normes relatives à l'Identification automatique des véhicules/équipements (AVI/AEI, Automatic Vehicle Identification/Automatic Equipment Identification) sont en cours d’élaboration par le groupe de travail 12 du comité technique CEN/TC 278 en parallèle avec l’EN ISO 14814. La présente norme ATVSR ne compromet pas ce travail et ne cherche pas à établir des paramètres pour les futures normes AVI/AEI. Les normes DSRC et AVI sont considérées comme des blocs de technologie de base pour des types de systèmes ATSVR à courte portée.
Certains termes et définitions spécialisés ont été utilisés pour la rédaction des normes ATSVR. Ce premier document a pour objet de fournir le cadre de base des concepts et définitions ATSVR, et ce pour les besoins des documents qui suivront. Par conséquent,  le présent document
-   définit les concepts et les modèles d’architecture globale pour l’ATSVR et la terminologie appropriée ;
-   identifie les divers éléments que peut comporter un ATSVR ;
Les événements et informations associés qui correspondent à la situation préalable à l’enregistrement du vol sont pertinents pour l’ensemble du processus, mais peuvent être soumis aux lois de chaque pays. Ces événements et informations associés peuvent être décrits dans les normes pour clarifier les processus techniques identifiés, ce qui évidemment ne présume pas des conditions légales en vigueur.

Inteligentni transportni sistemi - Sistemi za odkrivanje ukradenih vozil - 1. del: Referenčna arhitektura in terminologija

Že več let se potrošniki, organi pregona in zavarovalnice soočajo s povečanim številom ukradenih vozil, ki sodijo med prave kraje in med zavarovalniške goljufije, ter vedno večjim problemom povečanega nasilja nad vozniki in groženj voznikom. Proizvajalci razvijajo in bodo tudi v prihodnje razvijali sisteme, ki bodo policiji omogočili odkrivanje ukradenih vozil. V ta namen se uporabljajo različne metode. Ta dokument zanje uporablja splošno ime Sistemi za odkrivanje ukradenih vozil (ATSVR). Standarde za samodejno identifikacijo vozila (AVI) in samodejno identifikacijo opreme (AEI) pripravlja odbor CEN/TC 278/WG 12 v skladu z EN ISO 14814. Ta standard ATSVR ne vpliva na delo odbora in njegov namen ni določitev parametrov za prihodnje standarde AVI/AEI. Standardi DSRC in AVI se obravnavajo kot tehnološka osnova za vrste sistemov ATSVR kratkega dosega. Pri oblikovanju standardov ATSVR so bili uporabljeni nekateri specializirani izrazi in definicije. Namen tega predhodnega dokumenta je zagotoviti predhodni okvir pojmov in definicij ATSVR, ki bi se jih lahko upoštevalo. Zato bo: - določil pojme in splošne arhitekturne modele za ATSVR ter ustrezno terminologijo; - opredelil različne elemente, ki lahko sestavljajo ATSVR. Dogodki in z njimi povezane informacije v zvezi s situacijo pred prijavo kraje so pomembni za celoten postopek, vendar so morda odvisni od zakonodaje posamezne države. Taki dogodki in z njimi povezane informacije so lahko opisani v standardih, da se zagotovi jasnost opredeljenih tehničnih postopkov, vendar pa ne presegajo prevladujočih pravnih pogojev.

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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 1: Referenzarchitektur und BegriffeSystèmes de transport intelligents - Systèmes intervenant après un vol pour la récupération des véhicules - Partie 1 : Architecture de référence et terminologieIntelligent transport systems - After-theft systems for the recovery of stolen vehicles - Part 1: Reference architecture and terminology43.040.15Car informatics. On board computer systems35.200Vmesniška in povezovalna opremaInterface and interconnection equipment13.310Varstvo pred kriminalomProtection against crimeICS:Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z:EN 15213-1:2013SIST EN 15213-1:2013en,fr,de01-september-2013SIST EN 15213-1:2013SLOVENSKI

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SIST EN 15213-1:2013
EUROPEAN STANDARD NORME EUROPÉENNE EUROPÄISCHE NORM
EN 15213-1
June 2013 ICS 01.040.35; 35.240.60 Supersedes CEN/TS 15213-1:2005English Version

Intelligent transport systems - After-theft systems for the recovery of stolen vehicles - Part 1: Reference architecture and terminology

Systèmes de transport intelligents - Systèmes intervenant après un vol pour la récupération des véhicules - Partie 1 : Architecture de référence et terminologie

Intelligente Transportsysteme - Systeme für das Wiederfinden gestohlener Fahrzeuge - Teil 1: Referenzarchitektur und Begriffe 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 15213-1:2013 (E) 2 Contents Page Foreword ........................................................................................................................................................................ 3 Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................... 4 1 Scope ................................................................................................................................................................ 5 2 Normative references ...................................................................................................................................... 5 3 Terms and definitions ..................................................................................................................................... 5 3.1 General definitions .......................................................................................................................................... 5 3.2 Basic ATSVR Functions .................................................................................................................................. 7 3.3 Optional ATSVR Functions ............................................................................................................................. 8 3.4 ATSVR Services ............................................................................................................................................. 10 3.5 ATSVR Communications .............................................................................................................................. 10 3.6 ATSVR Status ................................................................................................................................................. 10 3.7 Interoperability and Compatibility................................................................................................................ 11 4 Symbols and abbreviations .......................................................................................................................... 11 5 ATSVR Conceptual Architecture Model ...................................................................................................... 12 5.1 General ............................................................................................................................................................ 12 5.2 Functions within the process ....................................................................................................................... 12 5.3 Short- and Long-Range Concepts ............................................................................................................... 13 5.3.1 ATSVR Operations with Short-Range Concept .......................................................................................... 13 5.3.2 ATSVR Operations with Long-Range Concept ........................................................................................... 13 Bibliography ................................................................................................................................................................ 16

SIST EN 15213-1:2013

EN 15213-1:2013 (E) 3 Foreword This document (EN 15213-1:2013) 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 15213-1:2005. 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 (the present document);  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;  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 15213-1:2013

EN 15213-1:2013 (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.

The other parts of EN 15213 should be read in conjunction with this document that distils the architecture and terminology profile generated by the internal technical reports of CEN/TC 278. SIST EN 15213-1:2013

EN 15213-1:2013 (E) 5 1 Scope For many years, consumers, law enforcement agencies and insurers have been confronted with an ever-increasing number of vehicle thefts, both genuine thefts and insurance frauds, as well as the growing problem of increasing violence and threats against vehicle drivers. Manufacturers have and will continue to introduce after-theft systems that will enable the police to recover stolen vehicles. Different techniques are being used for that purpose. This document refers to them by the generic name of After Theft Systems for Vehicle Recovery (ATSVR). Standards for Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI) and Automatic Equipment Identification (AEI) are being developed by CEN/TC 278/WG 12 in parallel with EN ISO 14814. This ATSVR standard does not prejudice that work and does not seek to establish parameters for future AVI/AEI standards. DSRC and AVI standards are seen as basic technology blocks for types of short-range ATSVR systems. Certain specialised terms and definitions have been used in writing the ATSVR standards. This preliminary document aims to provide the preliminary framework of ATSVR concepts and definitions for the purpose of following ones. It will therefore:  define the concepts and global architecture models for ATSVR and the appropriate terminology;  identify the various elements that may comprise an ATSVR. The events and associated information that are relevant to the situation prior to the registration of the theft are relevant to the total process, but may be subject to the laws of individual countries. Such events and associated information may be described in the standards to give clarity to the technical processes identified, which obviously does not presume on the prevailing legal conditions. 2 Normative references Not applicable. 3 Terms and definitions For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply. 3.1 General definitions 3.1.1 ATSVR After Theft System for Vehicle Recovery system that comprises various technical elements that communicate and interact through various interfaces in accordance with standard procedures and transmission protocols in order to facilitate the recovery of a Registered Stolen Vehicle Note 1 to entry:

An ATSVR necessarily includes various human elements. For clarity, this document will identify interactions and interfaces that exist amongst the equipment and human elements operating within the system. 3.1.2 ATSVR user individual, group or organisation that directly uses or interacts with an ATSVR Note 1 to entry: The main users could be: Law Enforcement Agencies, Insurers, Car Manufacturers, System Service Providers and Vehicle Service Providers. SIST EN 15213-1:2013

EN 15213-1:2013 (E) 6 3.1.3 ATSVR detection equipment user personnel who operate the ATSVR Detection Equipment 3.1.4 ATSVR information user personnel who use the ATSVR data and information 3.1.5 ATSVR service provider organisation that provides ATSVR Services for ATSVR Users Note 1 to entry: An ATSVR Service Provider can operate all or part of the functions of an ATSVR. It will usually be distinct from a Law Enforcement Agency. It may also be known as a Private Security Company or ATSVR operator. 3.1.6 ATSVR equipment equipment that either, individually or in combination with other equipment, performs one or more functions of an ATSVR or facilitates interfaces between the various elements of an ATSVR 3.1.7 ATSVR on-board equipment OBE equipment which is installed in or on the vehicle whose primary purpose is to allow that vehicle to be recovered in the event of theft and which may also indicate theft and record activity relevant to that detection 3.1.8 ATSVR detection equipment

DE equipment which is used to perform various functions of an ATSVR and which may be stationary, portable or mobile 3.1.9 ATSVR system operating centre

SOC System Operating Centre which functions as a control and management centre for an ATSVR

Note 1 to entry: It may, for example, be a commercial bureau, a government facility or law enforcement agency office. An SOC is distinct from the communications infrastructure, detection equipment and On-Board Equipment. 3.1.10 law enforcement agency

LEA Agency or Organisation approved or appointed to have jurisdiction in a territory over the recovery of stolen vehicles

Note 1 to entry: It will usually refer to an official authority such as the Police Force or Customs Service. 3.1.11 ATSVR human interactions human interactions are required to link different stages of the process, these human interactions obviously being outside the scope of standards

Note 1 to entry: Recovery process cannot be fully automatic. See Figure 3 — Human interactions for the ATSVR model. 3.1.12 ATSVR “human machine interface” interaction mechanism between the user and the equipment, including the set of inputs, outputs and dialogue procedures (that concern all display, sound signals and command user)

Note 1 to entry: As technical supports of the Human Interface, the HMIs are subject to standardisation. SIST EN 15213-1:2013

EN 15213-1:2013 (E) 7 3.1.13 vehicle operators individuals legally operating or driving a vehicle, not necessarily the vehicle's legal owner or registered kee

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