Electronic railway equipment - On-board multimedia and telematic subsystems for railways - Part 1: General architecture

IEC 62580-1:2015 specifies the general architecture of the On-board Multimedia and Telematic Subsystem (OMTS), which includes four categories of multimedia and telematic subsystems identified as: - Video surveillance/CCTV, - driver and crew orientated services, - passenger orientated services and - train operator and maintainer orientated services. This part establishes: - the boundary between the OMTS and the on-board communication system, as described by the IEC 61375 series, - the methodology to describe an OMTS in terms of abstract model, - the general principles and the basic requirements to specify the services provided/needed by each category, - the approach to ensure interoperability between services.

Elektronische Betriebsmittel für Bahnen - Bordinterne Multimedia- und Telematik-Untersysteme für Bahnanwendungen - Teil 1: Allgemeine Architektur

Matériel électronique ferroviaire - Sous-systèmes ferroviaires multimédias et télématiques embarqués - Partie 1: Architecture générale

L'IEC 62580-1:2015 spécifie l'architecture générale du sous-système multimédia et télématique embarqué (OMTS), qui comporte quatre catégories de sous-systèmes multimédias et télématiques identifiés comme étant: - vidéosurveillance/CCTV, - services orientés conducteur et personnel roulant, - services orientés voyageur, - services orientés opérateur de train et chargé de maintenance. La présente partie établit: - la frontière entre l'OMTS et le système de communication embarqué, telle que décrite par la série IEC 61375, - la méthodologie de description d'un OMTS en termes de modèle abstrait, - les principes généraux et les exigences de base pour spécifier les services fournis/requis par chaque catégorie, - l'approche pour assurer l'interopérabilité entre les services.

Železniške elektronske naprave - Kabinski multimedijski in telematski podsistemi za železnice - 1. del: Splošna arhitektura

Ta del standarda IEC 62580 določa splošno arhitekturo kabinskih multimedijskih in telematskih podsistemov (OMTS), ki vključuje štiri kategorije multimedijskih in telematskih podsistemov, opredeljenih kot:
A Video nadzorni sistem/CCTV
B Storitve, namenjene voznikom in posadki
C Storitve, namenjene potnikom
D Storitve, namenjene upravljavcem in vzdrževalcem vlakov
Ta del vzpostavlja:
• mejo med OMTS in komunikacijskim sistemom v vozilu, kakor je opisano v skupini standardov IEC 61375
• metodologijo za opis OMTS v okviru abstraktnega modela
• splošna načela in osnovne zahteve za določanje storitev, ki jih zagotavlja/zahteva posamezna kategorija
• pristop za zagotavljanje interoperabilnosti med storitvami
Ta del podaja smernice za:
• razvrstitev OMTS
• funkcionalno razčlenitveno strukturiranje
• sistemsko razčlenitveno strukturiranje
• formalno specifikacijo OMTS
Ta del se uporablja za vse vrste vlakov, npr. odprte vlake, vlake z več enotami in zaprte vlake.
OPOMBA: Splošna arhitektura zagotavlja skupno podlago za kategorije uporabe, opredeljene v 2. delu, in morebitne prihodnje dele te skupine standardov. Zato je pristop enoten za vse multimedijske in telematske podsisteme, ki so obravnavani v tej skupini standardov.

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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
SIST EN 62580-1:2017
01-april-2017
Železniške elektronske naprave - Kabinski multimedijski in telematski podsistemi
za železnice - 1. del: Splošna arhitektura
Electronic railway equipment - On-board multimedia and telematic subsystems for
railways - Part 1: General Architecture
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN 62580-1:2016
ICS:
33.160.99 Druga avdio, video in Other audio, video and
avdiovizuelna oprema audiovisual equipment
45.060.01 Železniška vozila na splošno Railway rolling stock in
general
SIST EN 62580-1:2017 en

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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SIST EN 62580-1:2017
EUROPEAN STANDARD EN 62580-1
NORME EUROPÉENNE
EUROPÄISCHE NORM
November 2016
ICS 45.060
English Version
Electronic railway equipment - On-board multimedia and
telematic subsystems for railways -
Part 1: General architecture
(IEC 62580-1:2015)

Matériel électronique ferroviaire - Sous-systèmes Elektronische Betriebsmittel für Bahnen - Bordinterne

ferroviaires multimédias et télématiques embarqués - Multimedia- und Telematik-Untersysteme für

Partie 1: Architecture générale Bahnanwendungen -
(IEC 62580-1:2015) Teil 1: Allgemeine Architektur
(IEC 62580-1:2015)

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EN 62580-1:2016
European foreword

The text of document 9/1990/FDIS, future edition 1 of IEC 62580-1, prepared by IEC/TC 9 "Electrical

equipment and systems for railways" was submitted to the IEC-CENELEC parallel vote and approved

by CENELEC as EN 62580-1:2016.
The following dates are fixed:
(dop) 2017-05-11
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be implemented at national level by
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Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of

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This document has been prepared under a mandate given to CENELEC by the European Commission

and the European Free Trade Association, and supports essential requirements of EU Directive.

For relationship with EU Directive 2008/57/EC amended by Commission Directive 2011/18/EU, see

informative Annex ZZ, which is an integral part of this document.
Endorsement notice

The text of the International Standard IEC 62580-1:2015 was approved by CENELEC as a European

Standard without any modification.
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Annex ZA
(normative)
Normative references to international publications
with their corresponding European publications

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.

NOTE 1 When an International Publication has been modified by common modifications, indicated by (mod), the relevant

EN/HD applies.

NOTE 2 Up-to-date information on the latest versions of the European Standards listed in this annex is available here:

www.cenelec.eu
Publication Year Title EN/HD Year
- - Railway applications - Classification EN 15380-4 -
system for railway vehicles -
Part 4: Function groups
IEC 61375 Series Electronic railway equipment - Train EN 61375 Series
communication network (TCN)
IEC 61375-2-3 - Electronic railway equipment - Train EN 61375-2-3 -
communication network (TCN) -
Part 2-3: TCN communication profile
IEC/TS 61375-2-4 - Electronic railway equipment - Train - -
communication network (TCN) -
Part 2-4: TCN Application profile
1) 1)
IEC 61375-2-6 - Electronic railway equipment - Train EN 61375-2-6 -
communication network -
Part 2-6: Onboard to ground
communication
IEC 62280 - Railway applications - Communication, - -
signalling and processing systems - Safety
related communication in transmission
systems
ISO/IEC 8824 series Information technology - Abstract Syntax - -
Notation One (ASN.1)
ISO/IEC 8825-1 - Information technology - ASN.1 encoding - -
rules: Specification of Basic Encoding
Rules (BER), Canonical Encoding Rules
(CER) and Distinguished Encoding Rules
(DER)
ISO/IEC 9646 series Information technology - Open Systems - -
Interconnection - Conformance testing
methodology and framework
ISO/IEC/IEEE 2011 Systems and software engineering - - -
42010 Architecture description
At draft stage.
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Annex ZZ
(informative)
Relationship between this European Standard and the Essential
Requirements of EU Directive 2008/57/EC
This European Standard has been prepared under a mandate given to CENELEC by the

European Commission and the European Free Trade Association and within its scope the

standard covers all relevant essential requirements as given in Annex lll of the EC Directive

2008/57/EC (also named as New Approach Directive 2008/57/EC Rail Systems: Interoperability).

Once this standard is cited in the Official Journal of the European Union under that Directive and

has been implemented as a national standard in at least one Member State, compliance with the

clauses of this standard given in Table ZZ.1 relating to ‘rolling stock - locomotives and passenger

rolling stock’ and Table ZZ.2 relating to the ‘telematics applications for passenger services’ of

the rail system in the European Union, confers, within the limits of the scope of this standard, a

presumption of conformity with the corresponding Essential Requirements of that Directive and

associated EFTA regulations.
Table ZZ.1 - Correspondence between this European Standard, the RST LOC&PAS TSI

(published in the Official Journal L 356 on 12 December 2014, p. 228) and Directive 2008/57/EC

Clauses of this Chapter / § / points / Essential Comments
European Standard of RST LOC&PAS TSI Requirements
(ER) of
4.2.5. Passenger- 2. Requirements The TSI does not
related items
specific to each impose any technical
sub-subsystem solution regarding
physical interfaces
2.4. Rolling Stock
4.2.12.2 General
between units.
documentation: -
description of
2.4.2. Reliability
computerised on-
The standard offers a
and availability
board systems
general multi-purpose
The whole standard solution for the digital
2.4.3. Technical
is applicable
communication
compatibility
between applications
and it is relevant to
interoperability.
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Table ZZ.2 - Correspondence between this European Standard, the TAP TSI
(published in the Official Journal L 123 on 12 May 2011, p. 11) and Directive
2008/57/EC
Clauses of this Chapter / § / points / Essential Comments
European Standard of TAP TSI Requirements (ER)
4.2.21. Networking 2. Requirements
and communication
specific to each sub-
subsystem
4.2.21.1. General
architecture
2.4. Rolling Stock
2.4.2. Reliability and
availability
The whole standard is
applicable
2.4.3. Technical
compatibility

WARNING: Other requirements and other EU Directives may be applicable to the products falling

within the scope of this standard.
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CONTENTS

FOREWORD ........................................................................................................................... 5

INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................... 7

1 Scope ............................................................................................................................... 8

2 Normative references ....................................................................................................... 8

3 Terms, definitions, abbreviations, acronyms, and conventions .......................................... 9

3.1 Terms and definitions .............................................................................................. 9

3.2 Abbreviations and acronyms .................................................................................. 13

3.3 Conventions .......................................................................................................... 14

4 Architecture .................................................................................................................... 14

4.1 General ................................................................................................................. 14

4.2 Improvements on XML ........................................................................................... 16

4.3 Boundary ............................................................................................................... 17

4.4 OMTS abstract model ............................................................................................ 19

4.5 General principles and basic requirements for OMTS services .............................. 22

4.6 OMTS interoperability ............................................................................................ 29

5 Use cases ...................................................................................................................... 37

6 Conformity statement ..................................................................................................... 37

Annex A (informative) OMTS classification .......................................................................... 38

A.1 Identification of On-board Multimedia and Telematic Subsystems and

Services ................................................................................................................ 38

A.2 OMTS category A: Video surveillance and CCTV services (IEC 62580-2) .............. 38

A.3 OMTS category B: Driver and crew orientated services ......................................... 39

A.4 OMTS category C: Passenger orientated services ................................................. 40

A.5 OMTS category D: Train operator and maintainer orientated services ................... 41

Annex B (informative) FBS, SBS and common structure guidelines ...................................... 43

B.1 Introduction ........................................................................................................... 43

B.2 Functional breakdown structure ............................................................................. 43

B.3 System breakdown structure ................................................................................. 45

B.4 Guidelines common to all service categories ......................................................... 46

Annex C (informative) Example of formal specification ......................................................... 47

C.1 Example of formal specification ............................................................................. 47

C.2 Scope .................................................................................................................... 47

C.3 Requirements ........................................................................................................ 47

C.4 System Break Down Structure ............................................................................... 47

C.5 Function Break Down Structure ............................................................................. 48

C.6 Description of the abstract model using ASN.1 ...................................................... 49

Annex D (informative) Use cases ......................................................................................... 59

D.1 General ................................................................................................................. 59

D.2 Use cases of on-board multimedia applications in Japan ....................................... 59

D.3 The China locomotive remote monitoring and diagnosis system ............................ 62

D.4 Passenger orientated services – The Italian high speed train Frecciarossa

use case ............................................................................................................... 64

Annex E (informative) Introduction to ontology ..................................................................... 69

Bibliography .......................................................................................................................... 72

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Figure 1 – OMTS categories and structure of the IEC 62580 series ........................................ 7

Figure 2 – Overview of the generic OMTS architecture ......................................................... 14

Figure 3 – Middleware concept ............................................................................................. 17

Figure 4 – Relationship between IEC 61375 and IEC 62580 ................................................. 18

Figure 5 – ETB on-board network and board-ground link through MCG-GCG pairs ............... 19

Figure 6 – Concept of abstract model ................................................................................... 19

Figure 7 – Conceptual model ................................................................................................ 20

Figure 8 – Principle of abstract model definition .................................................................... 21

Figure 9 – Methodology for abstract model definition ............................................................ 21

Figure 10 – SOA approach .................................................................................................... 23

Figure 11 – Clients and devices arrangements ...................................................................... 24

Figure 12 – Service concept ................................................................................................. 25

Figure 13 – Block diagram of the service based interface ..................................................... 26

Figure 14 – Principle of the ontology based Information Exchange Format 2 ......................... 28

Figure 15 – Compatibility map .............................................................................................. 28

Figure 16 – Service interfaces .............................................................................................. 30

Figure 17 – Subsystem breakdown structure ......................................................................... 31

Figure 18 – Coupling of two consists and related subsystems ............................................... 31

Figure 19 – Function mapping and role arbitration ................................................................ 32

Figure 20 – Function and service mapping on consist network .............................................. 32

Figure 21 – Function and service role arbitration .................................................................. 33

Figure 22 – Uncoupled functional breakdown structure ......................................................... 34

Figure 23 – Coupled functional breakdown structure ............................................................. 35

Figure 24 – Service space .................................................................................................... 36

Figure 25 – Interaction between on-board services and ground services ............................... 37

Figure C.1 – Display management ........................................................................................ 47

Figure C.2 – Display system breakdown structure ................................................................. 48

Figure C.3 – Display functional breakdown structure ............................................................. 49

Figure D.1 – Passenger information system structure ........................................................... 60

Figure D.2 – On board video surveillance system structure ................................................... 61

Figure D.3 – Driver Only Operation CCTV System structure .................................................. 61

Figure D.4 – China locomotive remote monitoring and diagnosis system structure ................ 62

Figure D.5 – CMD system structure ...................................................................................... 62

Figure D.6 – Data flow of the remote monitoring and diagnosis system ................................. 63

Figure D.7 – Integrated IT network structure ......................................................................... 64

Figure D.8 – Radio mobile cellular network coverage ............................................................ 65

Figure D.9 – Geometry of the ground cells ............................................................................ 66

Figure D.10 – Mobile network structure ................................................................................. 66

Figure D.11 – Download and upload performance ................................................................. 67

Figure D.12 – On-board WiFi and UMTS communication ....................................................... 67

Figure D.13 – On-board back bone and wireless board to ground communication ................. 68

Figure D.14 – Performance test arrangement ........................................................................ 68

Figure E.1 – Traditional approach ......................................................................................... 69

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Figure E.2 – Ontology based approach ................................................................................. 69

Figure E.3 – Benefits of ontology based approach ................................................................ 70

Figure E.4 – Screen shot of Protégé interface ....................................................................... 71

Table 1 – Relationships in the conceptual model................................................................... 20

Table B.1 – Example of FBS ................................................................................................. 44

Table D.1 – PIS applications in Japan ................................................................................... 60

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IEC 62580-1:2015  IEC 2015 – 7 –
INTRODUCTION

IEC 62580-1 defines the general architecture of the On-board Multimedia and Telematic

Subsystems (OMTS), so as to achieve compatibility between subsystems in the same vehicle

and between subsystems on-board of different vehicles in the same train.

NOTE 1 The acronym OMTS replaces the previous OMMS (On-board MultiMedia Subsystem) definition, due to a

change in the title of this standard.
The multimedia and telematic system is composed of but not limited to:
A Video surveillance/CCTV
B Driver and crew orientated services
C Passenger orientated services
D Train operator and maintainer orientated services

OMTSs installed in the same vehicle (consist) communicate by means of the consist network.

OMTSs, installed in different vehicle (consist) in the same train, communicate by means of

the train network.

It is likely that each OMTS exchanges information with applications installed on-ground by

means of a wireless communication gateway.

The on-board communication and the on-board to ground communication are specified by the

IEC 61375 series.

NOTE 2 Board-to-ground communication is intended as a generic link, with no assumption on the underlying

technology (radio, satellite or other).
As illustrated in Figure 1, the IEC 62580 series is structured as follows:
IEC 62580-1: General architecture
IEC 62580-2: Video surveillance/CCTV services
Driver and crew orientated services, passenger orientated services and train

operator/maintainer orientated services are matters of standardisation which can be

addressed in the future.
General
architecture
B – Driver and crew
A – Video
orientated services
surveillance/CCTV
D – Train operator and
C – Passenger orientated
maintainer orientated services
services
IEC
Figure 1 – OMTS categories and structure of the IEC 62580 series
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ELECTRONIC RAILWAY EQUIPMENT –
ON-BOARD MULTIMEDIA AND TELEMATIC
SUBSYSTEMS FOR RAILWAYS –
Part 1: General architecture
1 Scope

This part of IEC 62580 specifies the general architecture of the On-board Multimedia and

Telematic Subsystem, which includes four categories of multimedia and telematic subsystems

identified as:
A Video surveillance/CCTV
B Driver and crew orientated services
C Passenger orientated services
D Train operator and maintainer orientated services
This part establishes:

• the boundary between the OMTS and the on-board communication system, as described

by the IEC 61375 series
• the methodology to describe an OMTS in terms of abstract model

• the general principles and the basic requirements to specify the services provided/needed

by each category
• the approach to ensure interoperability between services
This part gives guidelines for:
• OMTS classification
• functional breakdown structuring
• system breakdown structuring
• formal specification of an OMTS

This part is applicable to any type of train, e.g. open trains, multiple unit trains and closed

trains.

NOTE The general architecture provides a common basis for the application categories defined in part 2 and

possible future parts of this series of standa
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