Intelligent transport systems -- Cooperative ITS

ISO/TR 17465-3:2015 is to provide a description of the release procedures for standards that is to be used within ISO TC 204. In the main, these will be International Standards produced by ISO TC 204; however, it is likely that some standards produced by other Standards Development Organizations will have to be included in some releases. Initially, this release procedure will be applied to the deployment of standards for cooperative-ITS, however, in principle at least, it should be possible to apply it to standards for other ITS domains. It also has to be possible for this release procedure to be used by other Standards Development Organizations that do not already have their own procedures and with suitable changes to the identities of the people and groups involved, by any other organization that needs to produce a consistent set of documents.

Systèmes intelligents de transport -- Coopérative ITS

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TECHNICAL ISO/TR
REPORT 17465-3
First edition
2015-08-15
Intelligent transport systems —
Cooperative ITS —
Part 3:
Release procedures for standards
documents
Systèmes intelligents de transport — Coopérative ITS —
Partie 3: Procédures de publication pour les documents normatifs
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ISO/TR 17465-3:2015(E)
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Contents Page

Foreword ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................iv

Introduction ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................v

1 Scope ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 1

2 Terms and definitions ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 1

3 Symbols and abbreviated terms ........................................................................................................................................................... 2

4 Standards release procedure .................................................................................................................................................................. 2

4.1 General ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2

4.2 What is a “release”? ............................................................................................................................................................................. 2

4.3 What is the release procedure? ................................................................................................................................................ 2

4.4 Benefit and impact of a release procedure ..................................................................................................................... 3

4.5 How is the release procedure implemented? ............................................................................................................... 3

4.6 Coordination between SDO’s ...................................................................................................................................................... 4

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Foreword

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The committee responsible for this document is ISO/TC 204, Intelligent transport systems.

ISO/TR 17465 consists of the following parts, under the general title Intelligent transport systems —

Cooperative ITS:
— Part 1: Terms and definitions
— Part 2: Guidelines for standards documents
— Part 3: Release procedures for standards documents
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Introduction

As cooperative ITS is able to provide many services, many applications will be needed to deliver them,

all communicating with each other and sharing data, it is very likely that many different standards will

be needed. The users of standards such as system designers and applications developers will have to

be able to select a consistent group of standards from those that are relevant to the particular services

that they are implementing. However, as standards development is a continuous process, it is likely to

become difficult for users to easily identify which version of each standard they have to use if all the

standards in the selected group are to be consistent with each other.

Therefore, it is proposed that ISO TC 204 follow the practice adopted by several other Standards

Development Organizations and put in place a Release Procedure that will enable the identification of

the standards that are consistent with each other. This will be done through a Technical Report that

defines which standards are to be included in a particular Release, and what each of these standards

will cover. Thus, users will be able to identify which standards are consistent with each other from the

group of standards that are relevant to the particular system or application that they are creating.

The identification of the applicability of the standards in each Release to the work that the users are

doing will be through the service(s) that will be supported by the use of those standards. This is because

the content of the service(s) will define the functionality needed by the applications that are to deliver

them and the communications the applications require to exchange and share data. Both the content of

the applications and the communications requirements will make it possible to identify the standards

that will be needed.

Although intended for use internally by ISO TC 204, there is no reason why what is described in

the Release Procedure described in this Technical Report could not be used by other Standards

Development Organizations that do not already have their own similar procedures, or indeed by any

other organization needing to produce a consistent set of documents.
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TECHNICAL REPORT ISO/TR 17465-3:2015(E)
Intelligent transport systems — Cooperative ITS —
Part 3:
Release procedures for standards documents
1 Scope

The scope of this Technical Report is to provide a description of the release procedures for standards

that is to be used within ISO TC 204. In the main, these will be International Standards produced

by ISO TC 204; however, it is likely that some standards produced by other Standards Development

Organizations will have to be included in some releases. Initially, this release procedure will be applied

to the deployment of standards for cooperative-ITS, however, in principle at least, it should be possible

to apply it to standards for other ITS domains. It also has to be possible for this release procedure to

be used by other Standards Development Organizations that do not already have their own procedures

and with suitable changes to the identities of the people and groups involved, by any other organization

that needs to produce a consistent set of documents.
2 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.
2.1
cooperative-ITS
C-ITS

subset of overall ITS that communicates and shares information between ITS stations and

ITS applications to give advice or facilitate actions with the objective of improving safety, sustainability,

efficiency and comfort beyond the scope of stand-alone systems
[SOURCE: ISO/TR 17465-1: 2014, 2.1 — modified]
2.2
intelligent transport systems
ITS

transport systems in which advanced information, communication, sensor and control technologies,

including the internet, are applied to increase safety, sustainability, efficiency and comfort

[SOURCE: ISO/TR 17465-1: 2014, 2.3]
2.3
ITS service

functionality provided to users of intelligent transport systems (2.2) designed e.g. to increase safety,

sustainability, efficiency, or comfort
[SOURCE: ISO 21217:2014, 3.11]
2.4
Technical Report

standards document that provides information, compliance with which is not mandatory and the

format of which is defined in ISO rules and regulations
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3 Symbols and abbreviated terms
HMI human machine interface
QoS quality of service
SC sub-committee
TC technical committee
SDOs standards development organizations
4 Standards release procedure
4.1 General

The evolution of ITS and the consequent development of the services that it is capable of offering means

that increasingly ITS is having to make use of inter-related and cross-referenced standards. These

has been exacerbated by the advent of cooperative-ITS which, in order to deliver its services, requires

ITS applications to communicate with each other and share data. The result is that to guarantee

inter-operability, it is necessary to apply many standards, often produced by different Standards

Development Organizations (SDO’s), different Technical Committees (TC’s) within a particular SDO, and

different Working Groups within a TC.

Unfortunately, the development and subsequent publication of standards is usually not synchronised,

both within SDO’s and across SDO’s. This makes the development of system designs and the creation

of applications needed for implementations of cooperative-ITS difficult to successfully achieve.

To overcome this problem, a “release mechanism” is needed for standards, particularly those for

cooperative-ITS so that consistent sets of standards can be easily identified.
4.2 What
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