Intelligent transport systems -- Pre-emption of ITS communication networks for disaster and emergency communication -- Use case scenarios

ISO/TR 18317:2017 provides the outcome of discussions on use case scenarios and assumed requirements for using ad-hoc wireless networks under disaster and emergency conditions including related priority, security and urgency aspects of communication requirements.

Systèmes intelligents de transport -- Préemption des réseaux de communication ITS pour les secours en cas de catastrophe et les communications d'urgence -- Scénarios de cas d'utilisation

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07-Aug-2017
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6060 - International Standard published
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28-Jun-2017
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TECHNICAL ISO/TR
REPORT 18317
First edition
2017-08
Intelligent transport systems —
Pre-emption of ITS communication
networks for disaster and emergency
communication — Use case scenarios
Systèmes intelligents de transport — Préemption des réseaux de
communication ITS pour les secours en cas de catastrophe et les
communications d’urgence — Scénarios de cas d’utilisation
Reference number
ISO/TR 18317:2017(E)
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Contents Page

Foreword ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................v

Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................vi

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

2 Normative references ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 1

3 Terms and definitions ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 1

4 Use cases ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2

4.1 Disaster information dissemination ..................................................................................................................................... 2

4.2 Alive information (“I am alive” message) ......................................................................................................................... 2

4.3 Rescue information ............................................................................................................................................................................. 2

4.4 Person finder ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 2

4.5 Information dissemination in a refugee ............................................................................................................................ 2

4.6 Doctor and refugee information exchange ..................................................................................................................... 2

4.7 Public authorities information exchange ......................................................................................................................... 2

5 Assumed requirements ................................................................................................................................................................................. 2

5.1 Disaster information dissemination ..................................................................................................................................... 2

5.1.1 Communications requirements: functional .............................................................................................. 2

5.1.2 Communications requirements: performance ....................................................................................... 3

5.1.3 Communications requirements: security and security threats and risk ......................... 3

5.1.4 Information urgency level and lifetime ........................................................................................................ 3

5.1.5 Information sender and information destination ............................................................................... 3

5.2 Alive information (“I am alive” message) ......................................................................................................................... 3

5.2.1 Communications requirements: functional .............................................................................................. 3

5.2.2 Communications requirements: performance ....................................................................................... 3

5.2.3 Communications requirements: security and security threats and risk ......................... 3

5.2.4 Information urgency level and lifetime ........................................................................................................ 3

5.2.5 Information sender and information destination ............................................................................... 3

5.3 Rescue information ............................................................................................................................................................................. 4

5.3.1 Communications requirements: functional .............................................................................................. 4

5.3.2 Communications requirements: performance ....................................................................................... 4

5.3.3 Communications requirements: security and security threats and risk ......................... 4

5.3.4 Information urgency level and lifetime ........................................................................................................ 4

5.3.5 Information sender and information destination ............................................................................... 4

5.4 Finding of persons ............................................................................................................................................................................... 4

5.4.1 Communications requirements: functional .............................................................................................. 4

5.4.2 Communications requirements: performance ....................................................................................... 4

5.4.3 Communications requirements: security and security threats and risk ......................... 4

5.4.4 Information urgency level and lifetime ........................................................................................................ 4

5.4.5 Information sender and information destination ............................................................................... 4

5.5 Information dissemination in refugees ............................................................................................................................. 5

5.5.1 Communications requirements: functional .............................................................................................. 5

5.5.2 Communications requirements: performance ....................................................................................... 5

5.5.3 Communications requirements: security and security threats and risk ......................... 5

5.5.4 Information urgency level and lifetime ........................................................................................................ 5

5.5.5 Information sender and information destination ............................................................................... 5

5.6 Doctor and refugee information exchange ..................................................................................................................... 5

5.6.1 Communications requirements: functional .............................................................................................. 5

5.6.2 Communications requirements: performance ....................................................................................... 5

5.6.3 Communications requirements: security and security threats and risk ......................... 5

5.6.4 Information urgency level and lifetime ........................................................................................................ 5

5.6.5 Information sender and information destination ............................................................................... 5

5.7 Information exchange between public authorities .................................................................................................. 6

5.7.1 Communications requirements: functional .............................................................................................. 6

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5.7.2 Communications requirements: performance ....................................................................................... 6

5.7.3 Communications requirements: security and security threats and risk ......................... 6

5.7.4 Information urgency level and lifetime ........................................................................................................ 6

5.7.5 Information sender and information destination ............................................................................... 6

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ISO/TR 18317:2017(E)
Foreword

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This document was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 204, Intelligent transport systems.

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Introduction

This document presents use case scenarios in support of future development of standards for ad-hoc

wireless network communication under disaster and emergency cases.

Under certain natural disaster situations such as earthquake, tsunami, hurricane, and snowstorms,

the existing commercial telecommunication infrastructure, either wireless or wired networks, can be

destroyed. In order to provide communication means for the disaster areas, some ad-hoc networks may

need to be established.
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