Event video data recorder for road vehicle accidents - Part 2: Test methods for evaluating the performance of basic functions

IEC 63005-2:2019 describes test methods on evaluating performance of basic functionalities of EVDR described in IEC 63005-1.

Enregistreurs de données vidéo pour l’identification et l’analyse des causes des accidents des véhicules routiers - Partie 2: Méthodes d’essai pour l’évaluation des performances des fonctions de base

IEC 63005-2:2019 décrit les méthodes d'essai lors de l'évaluation des performances des fonctionnalités de base des EVDR décrits dans l'IEC 63005-1.

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Event video data recorder for road vehicle accidents –
Part 2: Test methods for evaluating performance of basic functions
Enregistreurs de données vidéo pour l'identification et l'analyse des causes
des accidents des véhicules routiers –
Partie 2: Méthodes d'essai pour l'évaluation des performances des fonctions
de base
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Event video data recorder for road vehicle accidents –
Part 2: Test methods for evaluating performance of basic functions
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Partie 2: Méthodes d'essai pour l'évaluation des performances des fonctions
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CONTENTS

FOREWORD ........................................................................................................................... 3

1 Scope .............................................................................................................................. 5

2 Normative references ...................................................................................................... 5

3 Terms and definitions ...................................................................................................... 5

4 Abbreviated terms ........................................................................................................... 6

5 General requirements for tests ........................................................................................ 6

5.1 Test environment .................................................................................................... 6

5.2 Simulation of accident events ................................................................................. 6

5.2.1 General ........................................................................................................... 6

5.2.2 Simulation device ............................................................................................ 6

5.2.3 Applying a simulated accident event ................................................................ 7

5.2.4 Simulating multiple collision events.................................................................. 7

5.3 Evaluating performance of storing acceleration ....................................................... 7

5.4 Test conditions ....................................................................................................... 7

5.5 Test order ............................................................................................................... 8

6 Evaluation of performance of the EVDR ........................................................................... 8

6.1 Evaluating the performance of power component .................................................... 8

6.1.1 Overvoltage test .............................................................................................. 8

6.1.2 Protection from power failure and of event data recording time ........................ 8

6.1.3 Prevention of vehicle battery from complete discharge (applicable to

continuously recording EVDR only) .................................................................. 9

6.1.4 Tests on conducted emission, radiated emission, and radiated immunity ......... 9

6.2 Vehicle dynamics data and other performance ........................................................ 9

6.3 Video camera performance ................................................................................... 10

6.3.1 Basic camera performance ............................................................................ 10

6.3.2 Camera field of view (FOV) ............................................................................ 10

6.3.3 Performance of registration plate identification .............................................. 10

6.4 Data storage and cyber security ............................................................................ 11

6.4.1 Preservation of data ...................................................................................... 11

6.4.2 Integrity verification function .......................................................................... 11

6.5 Environmental reliability test ................................................................................. 14

6.5.1 Low-temperature operation test ..................................................................... 14

6.5.2 High-temperature operation test .................................................................... 14

6.5.3 High-temperature storage test ....................................................................... 14

6.5.4 Vibration test ................................................................................................. 14

6.5.5 Mechanical shock test ................................................................................... 15

7 Labelling ........................................................................................................................ 15

7.1 Details to be displayed on the EVDR ..................................................................... 15

7.2 Instruction manual ................................................................................................ 15

Bilbiography .......................................................................................................................... 16

Figure 1 – An example of the triangular waveform caused by the acceleration-

generating equipment ............................................................................................................. 6

Table 1 – DC voltage for operation of the subject .................................................................... 7

Table 2 – Order of test items and number of specimens .......................................................... 8

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EVENT VIDEO DATA RECORDER FOR ROAD VEHICLE ACCIDENTS –
Part 2: Test methods for evaluating performance of basic functions
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International Standard IEC 63005-2 has been prepared by technical area 17: Multimedia

systems and equipment for cars, of IEC technical committee 100: Audio, video and multimedia

systems and equipment.
The text of this International Standard is based on the following documents:
FDIS Report on voting
100/3314/FDIS 100/3342/RVD

Full information on the voting for the approval of this International Standard can be found in the

report on voting indicated in the above table.

This document has been drafted in accordance with the ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2.

A list of all parts in the IEC 63005 series, published under the general title Event video data

recorder for road vehicle accidents, can be found on the IEC website.
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EVENT VIDEO DATA RECORDER FOR ROAD VEHICLE ACCIDENTS –
Part 2: Test methods for evaluating performance of basic functions
1 Scope
This part of IEC 63005 describes test methods on evaluating performance of basic
functionalities of EVDR described in IEC 63005-1.
2 Normative references

The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their content

constitutes requirements 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.

IEC 63005-1:2017, Event video data recorder for road vehicle accidents – Part 1: Basic

requirements
IEC 60068-2-1:2007, Environmental testing – Part 2-1: Tests – Test A: Cold
IEC 60068-2-2:2007, Environmental testing – Part 2-2: Tests – Test B: Dry heat

IEC 60068-2-6, Environmental testing – Part 2-6: Tests – Test Fc: Vibration (sinusoidal)

ISO 12233, Photography – Electronic still picture imaging – Resolution and spatial frequency

responses
3 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.

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3.1
EVDR
event video data recorder

system that stores vehicle video data of the accident on an electronic recording medium before,

during, and after collision accident events with other vehicles, with passers-by and with any

other objects
Note 1 to entry: This note applies to the French language only.
3.2
event data

information recorded by the EVDR to facilitate analysis of accident scenarios in the case of

collision accident events with other vehicles, pedestrians or objects
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3.3
vehicle dynamics data

information on a vehicle’s dynamic behaviour such as acceleration, angular velocity, and

physical quantities related to collision
3.4
integrity verification value
information used to detect doctoring and/or deletion of event data
4 Abbreviated terms
FOV field of view
fps frames per second
g gravitational acceleration
5 General requirements for tests
5.1 Test environment

The test environment of the event video data recorder shall be maintained at (23 ± 5) °C.

5.2 Simulation of accident events
5.2.1 General

Acceleration-generating equipment is used to generate the required acceleration for the

simulation of a road accident event.
5.2.2 Simulation device

The acceleration-generating equipment shall be able to maintain 3 g for at least 50 ms. Peak

acceleration error shall be within 10% of each of the absolute values of 0,5 g, 1 g, 1,5 g, and

2 g. The equipment also shall be able to generate a triangular waveform with a peak greater

than 2 g.

The triangular waveform generated by the acceleration generating equipment for the simulation

is the peak acceleration
of a single or multiple accident event is illustrated in Figure 1. Here, g

value applied to the EVDR under test. The peak acceleration shall be applied for at least 50 ms

during the period of t , and the acceleration and deceleration period, t , shall be less than 10

2 1
Figure 1 – An example of the triangular waveform caused
by the acceleration-generating equipment
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5.2.3 Applying a simulated accident event

The simulated road accident event is generated using one of the following two methods.

a) Using the event data recording function with the recording button on the EVDR: If an

event data recording function is available with any kind of switching button, the simulation

test can be conducted without applying acceleration.

b) Using the acceleration-generating equipment: The following acceleration is generated

and applied to the EVDR system.

• A triangular waveform is generated, with a peak acceleration of 2 g lasting for at least

50 ms (t shall be longer than 50 ms) and the acceleration and deceleration period, t ,

2 1
shall occur within 10 s.
5.2.4 Simulating multiple collision events

The acceleration-generating equipment shall be employed to generate acceleration for the

multiple collision event test.

• A triangular waveform is generated, with a peak acceleration of 2 g lasting for at least 50 ms

(t shall be longer than 50 ms) and the acceleration and deceleration period, t , shall occur

2 1
within 10 s.
5.3 Evaluating performance of storing acceleration

The acceleration storing performance shall be assessed beforehand for the simulation test with

acceleration generated by the acceleration-generating equipment.

• A triangular waveform is generated, with a peak acceleration of 1,5 g lasting for at least

50 ms (t shall be longer than 50 ms). The acceleration and deceleration period, t , shall

2 1
occur within 10 s.

The vector sum of a and a stored in the EVDR shall have the maximum value within the range

x y
of 1,2 g to 1,8 g for the compatibility of the event data.
5.4 Test conditions

Only the main body of the EVDR is subjected to the conditions listed below. If the GNSS receiver

and/or video acquisition devices have been separately installed, the conditions do not apply to

the external input devices.

• The DC voltage for operation specified in Table 1 shall be supplied to the EVDR under test.

Table 1 – DC voltage for operation of the subject
DC voltage for operation Test voltage
V V
12 13,5 ± 0,5
24 27,0 ± 1,0
24 V conditions shall be applied if the device covers both 12 V and 24 V.
• If more than one EVDR device with same model number are under test at one test

organization, it may apply the simulated accident event only one time to one of those devices.

There are many tests in this document, so the EVDR manufacturer can submit more than

one EVDR device at one time in order to conduct different tests simultaneously, thereby

reducing the overall duration of the tests.
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5.5 Test order

The order of the test and the required specimens for each test are described in Table 2.

Table 2 – Order of test items and number of specimens
Number of specimens
No. Test item Clause or subclause
1 2 3
1 Functional requirements 6 in IEC 63005-1:2017 
Power unit performance test/
2 6.3 in IEC 63005-1:2017
General requirements for test
Vehicle dynamics data and other
3 6.2 
performance
For back-
4 Video camera performance 6.3 
5 Data storage and cyber security 6.4 
6 Integrity verification function 6.4.2 
7 Environmental reliability test 6.5 
8 Labelling 7
6 Evaluation of performance of the EVDR
6.1 Evaluating the performance of power component
6.1.1 Overvoltage test
The evaluation procedures for the overvoltage test are as follows:
a) Apply the simulated accident described in 5.2.3 to the EVDR under test.
b) Check the recorded event video data from the EVDR.

c) After connecting the input device and the EVDR under test, apply DC voltage 1,5 times

higher than the normal operating voltage for 60 min. The DC voltage values are given in

Table 1.

d) After the procedure c), the system shall be checked to verify whether the recorded event

video data remains as it was recorded in the procedure b). The EVDR is considered to have

passed the overvoltage test if the system has preserved the recorded event video data as

it was recorded in the procedure b).
6.1.2 Protection from power failure and of event data recording time

Even when the power supply to the EVDR is cut for 15 days after normal operation, the recorded

event video data shall be preserved in a sound state.
a) Set the internal clock of the EVDR under test to the present time.

b) Cut off the electric power to the EVDR under test after applying a simulated accident event

two times as described in 5.2.3.

c) After 15 days, the EVDR under test shall resume normal operation. The event video data

recorded previously shall be checked to verify whether it remains as it was recorded.

d) The difference between the points in time when the simulated accident event is applied and

the event video data is recorded shall be less than 1 s for two events.

e) The internal clock of the EVDR shall continue operation even when the power supply is cut.

The error in time indication of the EVDR shall be less than 1 min.
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NOTE Item e) implies that the error in time indication of systems with the backup power supply operating the

internal clock also needs to be less than 1 min.
6.1.3 Prevention of vehicle battery from complete discharge (applicable to
continuously recording EVDR only)

EVDRs capable of continuous recording shall be equipped with a complete discharge

prevention function to protect vehicle batteries.

EVDRs with continuous recording capability are usually connected to vehicle’s battery all the

time. So, these EVDRs shall be able to record the event video data even when the vehicle is in

ignition condition.

Any test organization shall check whether the EVDR cuts the power off when the DC voltage of

the battery reaches less than 90 % (10,8 V for 12 V or 21,6 V for 24 V). If an effective discharge

prevention technology other than detection of voltage drop has been applied and verified by

relevant testing organizations, the test described below can be skipped.

a) Input voltages of 10,4 V and 10,0 V shall each be applied twice for the 12 V EVDR system

(20,8 V and 20 V shall be applied for 24 V system).

b) After 1 min, check if the power consumption by the EVDR has been stopped. At this point,

the leakage current shall be less than 10 mA. After the test, the EVDR shall function normally.

6.1.4 Tests on conducted emission, radiated emission, and radiated immunity

Tests on conducted emission, radiated emission, and radiated immunity shall comply with the

radio waves act (electromagnetic compatibility) of each country.
6.2 Vehicle dynamics data and other performance

The EVDR shall be checked to verify that it satisfies the performance indicators described in

6.2 of IEC 63005-1:2017.

a) Audio shall remain unrecorded even if the EVDR has an audio recording function that can

be disabled.

b) Using the acceleration-generating equipment, apply the acceleration described in 5.2.4 on

the EVDR under test three times to simulate multiple collision events. The interval between

acceleration application shall be greater than 10 min.

c) Using the acceleration-generating equipment, apply the acceleration described in 5.3 on the

EVDR under test two times to simulate multiple collision events. The interval between

acceleration application shall be greater than 10 min.

d) The maximum value of vector sum of recorded acceleration data a and a shall be within

x y

the range of 1,2 g to 1,8 g. The EVDR under test shall meet this criterion at least one time

out of 2 attempts.

e) The EVDR under test shall be checked to verify if all the mandatory event data have been

properly stored.

1) The output values through the suggested interface of the EVDR products shall include

time when event data was recorded, front camera image, acceleration a , and
. The recorded data including video, acceleration a and acceleration a
acceleration a
y x y

shall be verified through a dedicated software program suggested by the manufacturer.

The means for verifying recorded data shall be described in the product manual.

2) The stored event video data shall be checked to verify that it contains 3 sets of recorded

event data.

3) Recorded event video data shall be inspected if proper time synchronization among them

is possible.

4) The sampling frequency of a and a to be recorded shall be greater or equal to 20 Hz.

x y
5) The resolution of recorded a and a shall be less than or equal to 0,01 g.
x y
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6) The recorded product identification number shall match the identification number

provided by the manufacturer. The identification number can be printed on the manual,

product label or separate product information document.
6.3 Video camera performance
6.3.1 Basic camera performance

The video data downloaded from the EVDR shall be checked if it meets the requirements listed

in Table 2 of IEC 63005-1:2017 for resolution, colour and sampling rate in accordance with the

procedure below:

a) Set the camera of the EVDR under test ready to record video data and apply the simulated

accident event as described in 5.2.3.

b) Check if resolution, colour, and sampling rate of the recorded data meet the requirements.

c) Frame rate of video data from the front camera shall be greater than or equal to 20 fps, and

that from the side and rear camera shall be greater than or equal to 10 fps.

d) The video data shall include product identification number and time for video data to be

recorded.
e) If the product has a function to chang
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