Car multimedia systems and equipment - Drive monitoring system - Part 3: Measurement methods

IEC 63033-3:2019 specifies measurement methods for the drive monitoring system that is specified in IEC TS 63033-1:2017.

Systèmes et équipements multimédias pour automobiles - Système de surveillance de la conduite - Partie 3: Méthodes de mesure

L'IEC 63033-3:2019 spécifie les méthodes de mesure pour le système de surveillance de la conduite spécifié dans l’IEC TS 63033-1:2017.

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Car multimedia systems and equipment – Drive monitoring system
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Partie 3: Méthodes de mesure
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IEC 63033-3
Edition 1.0 2019-09
INTERNATIONAL
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Car multimedia systems and equipment – Drive monitoring system
Part 3: Measurement methods
Systèmes et équipements multimédias pour automobiles – Système de
surveillance de la conduite
Partie 3: Méthodes de mesure
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CONTENTS

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

INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................... 5

1 Scope .............................................................................................................................. 6

2 Normative references ...................................................................................................... 6

3 Terms, definitions and abbreviated terms ........................................................................ 6

3.1 Terms and definitions .............................................................................................. 6

3.2 Abbreviated terms ................................................................................................... 6

4 System model .................................................................................................................. 6

5 Camera image quality ...................................................................................................... 7

5.1 Camera resolution................................................................................................... 7

5.2 Camera image quality ............................................................................................. 7

6 Camera calibration .......................................................................................................... 7

6.1 General ................................................................................................................... 7

6.2 Verification.............................................................................................................. 7

7 Field of view .................................................................................................................... 9

8 Time behaviour ................................................................................................................ 9

8.1 Start-up time ........................................................................................................... 9

8.2 Frame rate .............................................................................................................. 9

8.3 Latency ................................................................................................................... 9

Annex A (informative) Field of view (FOV) ........................................................................... 10

Bibliography .......................................................................................................................... 16

Figure 1 – System model of drive monitoring system .............................................................. 7

Figure 2 – Orthogonal reference ............................................................................................. 8

Figure 3 – Reference guideline ............................................................................................... 8

Figure A.1 – Example view for Class I FOV ........................................................................... 10

Figure A.2 – Example view for Class II FOV .......................................................................... 11

Figure A.3 – Example view for Class III FOV ......................................................................... 12

Figure A.4 – Example view for Class IV FOV ........................................................................ 12

Figure A.5 – Example view for Class V FOV ......................................................................... 13

Figure A.6 – Example view for Larger FOV on the passenger side ........................................ 13

Figure A.7 – Example view for Class VI FOV ........................................................................ 14

Figure A.8 – Example view for FOV of 5.4.1 defined in UN Regulation No. 125 ..................... 15

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CAR MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT –
DRIVE MONITORING SYSTEM
Part 3: Measurement methods
FOREWORD

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International Standard IEC 63033-2 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.
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INTRODUCTION

This document specifies measurement methods for the drive monitoring system that is

specified in IEC TS 63033-1:2017. IEC TS 63033-1:2017 specifies the model for generating

the surrounding visual image of a drive monitoring system. The system allows drivers to

monitor the car’s perimeter in real time by using “free eye point” technology, which allows

drivers to dynamically change the viewing perspective to obtain the most appropriate views

according to the driving situation.
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CAR MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT –
DRIVE MONITORING SYSTEM
Part 3: Measurement methods
1 Scope

This document specifies measurement methods for the drive monitoring system that is

specified in IEC TS 63033-1:2017.
2 Normative references

The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that any 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 TS 63033-1:2017, Car multimedia system and equipment – Drive monitoring system –

Part 1: General

ISO 16505:2019, Road vehicles – Ergonomic and performance aspects of Camera Monitor

Systems – Requirements and test procedures

UN Regulation No. 46, Uniform provisions concerning the approval of devices for indirect

vision and of motor vehicles with regards to the installation of these devices

UN Regulation No. 125, Uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with

regards to the forward field of vision of the motor vehicle driver
3 Terms, definitions and abbreviated terms
3.1 Terms and definitions
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3.2 Abbreviated terms
FOV field of view
4 System model

The system model of the drive monitoring system is described in Figure 1. A drive monitoring

system shall generate multiple camera composite images and/or single camera images, using

cameras that are mounted on the outside the car. The views to be generated by this system

shall capture the fields of view specified in Clause 7. This system shall generate multiple

views according to the fields of view to be secured. For measurement methods, the system

shall refer to ISO 16505 and UN Regulation No. 46. However, the system does not need to

fully comply with ISO 16505 and UN Regulation No. 46.
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Figure 1 – System model of drive monitoring system
5 Camera image quality
5.1 Camera resolution
The resolution of the camera shall be 300 000 pixels or more.
5.2 Camera image quality

The camera's image quality shall comply with ISO 16505:2019, 6.8, and shall be measured as

specified in ISO 16505:2019, 7.8. The monitor image quality shall comply with

ISO 16505:2019, 6.8, and shall be measured as specified in ISO 16505:2019, 7.8, as well.

For the measurement of the camera's image quality, a monitor that complies with
ISO 16505:2019, 6.8, shall be used.
6 Camera calibration
6.1 General
The calibration of the camera shall be performed as specified in Annex C of
IEC TS 63033-1:2017.
6.2 Verification

Draw an orthogonal frame at a distance of 1,5 m from the outline of the vehicle; this frame is

to be captured within the camera's image. This frame is shown in Figure 2 and can be seen

on the captured camera image. The guideline shown in Figure 3 representing the frame 1,5 m

around the car's body that is later drawn on the composite video shall match up within a

tolerance of 10 cm.
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Dimensions in metres
Figure 2 – Orthogonal reference
Dimensions in metres
Figure 3 – Reference guideline
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7 Field of view

The field of view of the system is the visible area as displayed by composite images (i.e. from

the multiple cameras composing the system) or the image captured by any single camera. If

the purpose of the application of this system is to replace an existing type approval that is

required for vehicular equipment, it shall comply with the respective regulation. For example,

the FOV shall capture the respective FOV as defined in UN Regulations No. 46 and No. 125

(Class I to VI) if the system is intended to be used in such an application. Some examples of

views representing FOVs of Class I to VI is described in Annex A. The compulsory or optional

FOV shall follow the requirement as specified in the table under paragraph 15.2.1.1.1 in UN

Regulation No. 46.
8 Time behaviour
8.1 Start-up time

The manufacturer of the camera ECU shall provide information of the start-up time of the

system. The start-up time means the time from powering on the ignition to the initial

composite view being displayed on the monitor. The start-up time shall be 7 s or less. The

start-up time shall be measured as specified in ISO 16505:2019, 7.3.
8.2 Frame rate

The manufacturer of the camera ECU shall provide information on the frame rate of the

system. The frame rate shall be more than 30 fps. While manoeuvring at low speed, the frame

rate can drop (e.g. owing to image processing) but shall be never be below 15 fps. The frame

rate shall be measured as specified in ISO 16505:2019, 7.9.1.
8.3 Latency

The camera's ECU should have a sufficiently short latency to render the image to display at

nearly the same time as the camera image is captured. The latency is the time difference from

when a light is captured by the camera until the time it becomes visible to the display. The

latency shall be lower than 200 ms and shall be measured as specified in
ISO 16505:2019, 7.9.3.
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