Road vehicles — Vehicle interface for electronic Periodic Technical Inspection (ePTI) — Part 3: Data definitions

This document specifies ePTI-relevant system identifiers, data identifiers, routine identifiers, input/output control identifiers, data types, CompuMethods (computations), and units. This document describes ePTI systems' data definitions and associated technical requirements. The technical requirements of data definitions of emissions-related systems are specified in other standards, e.g. the ISO 15031 series[4], the ISO 27145 series[5], and SAE J1979DA. The ePTI system list defined in this document summarizes ePTI-relevant systems and specifies a defined name (system), a unique identifier (ePTI system identifier) and a description for each ePTI-relevant system. This document does not specify any type of test method or pass/fail criteria of the ePTI-relevant system during a PTI.

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INTERNATIONAL ISO
STANDARD 20730-3
First edition
2021-10
Road vehicles — Vehicle interface
for electronic Periodic Technical
Inspection (ePTI) —
Part 3:
Data definitions
Véhicules routiers — Interface de véhicule pour le contrôle technique
périodique électronique (ePTI) —
Partie 3: Définition des données
Reference number
ISO 20730-3:2021(E)
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ISO 20730-3:2021(E)
Contents Page

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

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

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

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

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

4 Symbols and abbreviated terms..........................................................................................................................................................2

4.1 Symbols ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2

4.2 Abbreviated terms .............................................................................................................................................................................. 2

5 Informative guidance for considering ePTI relevance ................................................................................................ 2

6 ePTI-relevant system list, DIDs and RIDs .................................................................................................................................. 3

Annex A (normative) ePTI-relevant system list ...................................................................................................................................... 4

Annex B (normative) DID definitions..................................................................................................................................................................9

Annex C (normative) Routine definitions ........................................................................................................................................... .........36

Annex D (normative) Templates for proposed identifiers and names .........................................................................42

Bibliography .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................43

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Foreword

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patent rights. ISO shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights. Details of

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This document was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 22, Road vehicles, Subcommittee SC 31,

Data communication.
A list of all parts in the ISO 20730 series can be found on the ISO website.

Any feedback or questions on this document should be directed to the user’s national standards body. A

complete listing of these bodies can be found at www.iso.org/members.html.
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Introduction

Roadworthiness testing is a part of a wider regime designed to ensure that vehicles are kept in

a safe and environmentally acceptable condition during their use. This regime covers periodic

roadworthiness testing of vehicles and technical roadside inspections of vehicles used for commercial

road transport activities and provides a vehicle registration procedure allowing for the suspension of

a vehicle’s authorization to be used in road traffic where the vehicle constitutes an immediate risk to

road safety. Periodic testing is the main tool to ensure roadworthiness. Technical roadside inspections

of commercial vehicles are merely complementary to periodic testing.

An ePTI system list, which is defined in this document, summarizes ePTI-relevant systems and specifies

a defined name (system), a unique identifier (ePTI system identifier) and a description for each ePTI

system. All the definitions in this document refer to this ePTI system list.

The ISO 20730 series is based on the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) basic reference model specified

[1] [3]

in ISO/IEC 7498-1 and ISO/IEC 10731, which structures communication systems into seven layers.

When mapped on this model, the application protocol and data link framework requirements specified/

referenced in the ISO 20730 series are structured according to Figure 1.

Figure 1 illustrates a standard-based documentation concept, which consists of the following main

clusters:

— vehicle diagnostic communication framework: covers all relevant basic vehicle diagnostic

communication specifications of OSI layers 7, 6, and 5;

— vehicle diagnostic communication use case framework: covers the master specification, which

specifies use cases und requirements of subject matter of OSI layer 7;

— presentation layer framework: covers all data relevant specifications of OSI layer 6;

— conformance test plan: covers the conformance test plan requirements of the use cases and

communication requirements of OSI layers 7, 6, and 5;

— lower OSI layer framework: covers all vehicle diagnostic protocol standards of OSI layers 4, 3, 2, and

1, which are relevant and referenced by the use case specific standard.
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Figure 1 — ePTI document reference according to OSI model
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INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ISO 20730-3:2021(E)
Road vehicles — Vehicle interface for electronic Periodic
Technical Inspection (ePTI) —
Part 3:
Data definitions
1 Scope

This document specifies ePTI-relevant system identifiers, data identifiers, routine identifiers, input/

output control identifiers, data types, CompuMethods (computations), and units.

This document describes ePTI systems' data definitions and associated technical requirements.

The technical requirements of data definitions of emissions-related systems are specified in other

[4] [5]
standards, e.g. the ISO 15031 series , the ISO 27145 series , and SAE J1979DA.

The ePTI system list defined in this document summarizes ePTI-relevant systems and specifies a

defined name (system), a unique identifier (ePTI system identifier) and a description for each ePTI-

relevant system.

This document does not specify any type of test method or pass/fail criteria of the ePTI-relevant system

during a PTI.
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.

ISO 3779, Road vehicles — Vehicle identification number (VIN) — Content and structure

ISO 14229-1, Road vehicles — Unified diagnostic services (UDS) — Part 1: Application layer

ISO 20730-1, Road vehicles — Vehicle interface for electronic Periodic Technical Inspection (ePTI) — Part 1:

Application and communication requirements
SAE J1979DA, Digital Annex of E/E Diagnostic Test Modes
3 Terms and definitions

For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in ISO 14229-1, ISO 20730-1 and the

following apply.

ISO and IEC maintain terminology databases for use in standardization at the following addresses:

— ISO Online browsing platform: available at https:// www. iso. org/o bp
— IEC Electropedia: available at https:// www.e lectropedia. org/
3.1
error
indicates an erroneous status
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3.2
currently not available
information cannot be reported at time of request
3.3
not installed
information cannot be reported because the source is physically not available
4 Symbols and abbreviated terms
4.1 Symbols
--- empty table cell or feature undefined
4.2 Abbreviated terms
Cvt convention
DID data identifier
IOID input output identifier
IOCT input output control
LSB least significant byte
M mandatory
MI malfunction indicator
MSB most significant byte
O optional
RCTP routineControlType
RCOR routineControlOptionRecord
RID routine identifier
SPN suspect parameter number
TP tyre pressure
U user optional
5 Informative guidance for considering ePTI relevance

ePTI-relevant systems are all vehicle systems and components, that when not operating to their design

criteria, affect the safety of the vehicle. These are vehicle systems that perform at least one of the

following functions:
a) deceleration of the vehicle;
b) longitudinal, lateral and yaw stabilization of vehicle movements;
c) hold the vehicle stationary;
d) change of angle >3° on any steered wheel, while vehicle speed is ≥15 km/h;
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e) adjustment of the intensity and/or direction of the road illumination;

f) change of the signal image of the vehicle lighting devices, while vehicle speed is ≥15 km/h;

g) protecting the survival space of road users;
h) adjustment of the behaviour of the suspension and shock absorbers;
i) monitoring and control of tyre air pressure;
j) adjustment of the aerodynamic devices;
k) high voltage electrical propulsion ≥60 V;
l) changes in visibility;
m) hazard warning and emergency related communication;

n) generation of external warning for, e.g. pedestrian attention in regard to electric vehicle;

o) adjustment of the vehicle height or tilt;
p) automatically controlled acceleration.
The criteria and definition should be updated as technology progresses.

EXAMPLE The “automatic emergency brake” vehicle system can perform the “deceleration” function and is

therefore an ePTI-relevant vehicle system.
6 ePTI-relevant system list, DIDs and RIDs

The ePTI-relevant system list shall be in accordance with Annex A. The status of Annex A is normative.

The DID definitions shall be in accordance with Annex B. The status of Annex B is normative.

The RID definitions shall be in accordance with Annex C. The status of Annex C is normative.

The templates for identifier definitions shall be in accordance with Annex D. The status of Annex D is

normative.
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ISO 20730-3:2021(E)
Annex A
(normative)
ePTI-relevant system list

The ePTI-relevant systems are identified based on the functional criteria in Clause 5. Table A.1

specifies ePTI-relevantSystemIdentifier, ePTI-relevant system name, symbolic name and ePTI system

description. The symbolic names provide the possibility , for example, to make a unique reference to

diagnostic description information in case a diagnostic service is not yet implemented using the ePTI-

relevantSystemIdentifier as specified in this document. Symbolic names use the character set ISO 8859-

[2]
1 in the range of 30 to 39 (0, 1, … 9), 41 to 5A (A, B, … Z), and 5F (_).
16 16 16 16 16
Table A.1 — Definition of ePTI-relevant system identifiers and names
ePTISys- ePTI-relevant Symbolic name ePTI system description
tem-Identi- system name
fier
0000 Reserved RESRVD Reserved by this document for future standardi-
zation.

0001 Generic ePTI SYS_GENERIC_INFO This “virtual” (non-safety) system can be used

information to report standardized information as specified
in this document, e.g. VIN or the mileage of the
vehicle, which may not be supported by any of the
other systems in this system list.
This system is conditional. It is mandatory if
standardized information, as specified in this doc-
ument, is not provided by any of the other systems
in this system list.

0002 Cornering light SYS_CORN_LI During cornering, an extra headlamp is activated.

Operates up to 40 km/h, e.g. in accordance with
[21] [31]
ECE-R 48 ; ECE-R 119 .

0003 Adaptive cruise SYS_ADP_CRUISE_CTRL The system maintains the vehicle's speed, depend-

control ing on the preferred speed and distance to the
vehicle in front.

0004 Adaptive deflec- SYS_ADP_DEFLECTOR Depending on the vehicle's speed, the air deflec-

tors tors are adjusted in order to improve driving
stability.
0005 Airbag SYS_AIRBAG In case of an accident, inflatable airbags reduce
the risk of injury by their absorbing effect, e.g.
[13] [15]
in accordance with ECE-R 12 ; ECE-R 14 ;
[16]
ECE-R 16 .

0006 Active headrest SYS_ACT_HEADREST The system reduces the danger of a whiplash inju-

ry in the event of a rear end collision by changing
the position of the headrest towards the head.
0007 Active hood SYS_ACT_HOOD By automatically lifting the bonnet, the system
ensures a larger collapsible zone in the event of an
accident involving a pedestrian.

0008 Automatic hold SYS_AUTO_HOLD_FCT The system independently holds the vehicle after

function stopping using the service brake and/or park-
ing brake and automatically releases them when
starting.

NOTE The mentioned UN/ECE regulations are solely stated to clarify and/or help to understand each ePTI-relevant

system.
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Table A.1 (continued)
ePTISys- ePTI-relevant Symbolic name ePTI system description
tem-Identi- system name
fier

0009 Automatic head- SYS_AUTO_HL_LEVEL Depending on the load and (optional) pitch angle,

lamp levelling the system regulates the headlamp’s vertical aim,
[32]
e.g. in accordance with ECE-R 121 .

000A Automatic emer- SYS_AUTO_EM_BRAKE The system independently starts braking in order

gency brake to avoid a collision with an obstacle or to reduce
the consequences of an inevitable impact.

000B Anti-lock brake SYS_ANTI_L_BRAKE The system automatically prevents wheel-locking

during braking by selective reduction of the wheel
[14]
brake force, e.g. in accordance with ECE-R 13 ;
71/320/EEC.
000C Automatic light SYS_AUTO_LI Depending on the ambient brightness, the system
automatically switches on and off the driving light.

000D Electric drive SYS_ELEC_DRIVE Includes all propulsion systems which can propel

the vehicle using electrical power, e.g. in accord-
[29]
ance with ECE-R 100 .

000E Electro mechan- SYS_ELEC_MECH_PWR_ The supporting power for steering is generated by

ic STER an electric motor.
power steering

000F Electronic four- SYS_ELEC_4_W_STER Two axles are steered, with a steering angle great-

wheel steering er than 3° on all steered wheels, e.g. in accordance
[22] [23] [35]
with ECE-R 79 ; ECE-R 83 ; 70/311/EEC .
0010 Electronic SYS_ELEC_DAMP Depending on the driving situation, the rebound
damping and compression stage of the shock absorbers is
adjusted by the system.
0011 Electronic brake SYS_ELEC_BRAKE A brake pedal sensor and/or pressure sensor
system records the braking request and calculates the
optimal brake force for each wheel, so that there is
optimal activation of all wheel brakes.

0012 Electronic sta- SYS_ ELEC_STAB_PRG The system stabilizes the vehicle or the complete

bility program vehicle train in critical, dynamic driving situa-
tions, e.g. in accordance with Regulation (EC) No.
[9]
661/2009 .

0013 High beam assist SYS_HIGH_BEAM_AST The system automatically activates and deac-

tivates the high beam according to the driving
situation and lighting conditions.
0014 Speed limiter SYS_SPEED_LIM While driving, the system prevents exceeding a
defined maximum speed. Relevant, if mandatory,
[25]
e.g. in accordance with ECE-R 89 ; §57c German
[39] [38]
Road Traffic Act ; 92/24/EEC .

0015 Belt tensioner SYS_TENS_BELT_LIM In the event of an accident, the seat belt is

and belt force tensioned to place the passengers in a setpoint
limiter position and/or limits the belt force, electrically
controlled and, thus, limits the forces acting on
[16]
the persons e.g. in accordance with ECE-R 16 ;
[27]
ECE-R 94 .

0016 Tail light switch- SYS_TAIL_LI Depending on operating status and/or failure of

ing the illuminants, lighting functions are taken over
by other luminaires.
0017 Reserved RESRVD Reserved by this document for future standardi-
zation.

NOTE The mentioned UN/ECE regulations are solely stated to clarify and/or help to understand each ePTI-relevant

system.
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Table A.1 (continued)
ePTISys- ePTI-relevant Symbolic name ePTI system description
tem-Identi- system name
fier
0018 Bending light SYS_BEND_LI During cornering and depending on the steer-
ing angle and speed, the light beam is swivelled
and/or an additional headlight is activated, e.g.
[21] [28]
in accordance with ECE-R 48 ; ECE-R 98 ;
[30] [33]
ECE-R 112 ; ECE-R 123 .

0019 Steering assist SYS_STER_AST Depending on the driving situation, the steering

angle is automatically changed, without interven-
tion by the driver. Relevant if the steering inter-
vention occurs at a speed of more than 15 km/h,
[22]
e.g. in accordance with ECE-R 79 .

001A Height levelling SYS_HEIGHT_LEVEL The system changes the clearance between vehicle

chassis and the road.

001B Emergency SYS_EM_BRAKE_SIG During strong deceleration, hazard warning lights

braking signal and/or additional luminous surfaces are activated
and/or the following traffic is warned by flashing
[21]
brake lights, e.g. in accordance with ECE-R 48 ;
[14]
ECE-R 13 .

001C Pre-crash sys- SYS_PRE_CRASH In a critical driving situation, the vehicle is pre-

tem pared for the crash so that the risk of injury to the
passengers and/or other road users is reduced.

001D Tyre pressure SYS_TYRE_PRES_WAR The system detects loss of tyre pressure through

warning integrated sensors and/or by implausible values
for wheel speed, e.g. in accordance with Regulation
[9]
(EC) No. 661/2009 .

001E Traction control SYS_TRACT_CTRL The system prevents the drive wheels spinning

during acceleration by applying brake force.
001F Superimposed SYS_SU_IMP_STER Depending on the driving situation, the system
steering varies the transmission ratio of the steering.

0020 Roll over protec- SYS_ACT_R_O_PROTECT In the event of an imminent rollover, support ele-

tion (active) ments are extended to secure the survival space,
[37]
e.g. in accordance with 74/60/EEC .

0021 Hydrogen instal- SYS_HYD_INST The hydrogen is stored in the vehicle and is used

lation to propel the vehicle, either by combustion in an
internal combustion engine or by conversion in a
fuel cell with an additional electric engine.

0022 Start-up aid SYS_START_UP_AID Aids start-up, e.g. by raising the lift axle or by mo-

mentarily applying brake pressure or by automatic
release of the parking brake.

0023 Trailer stabili- SYS_TRAILER_STAB Through selective braking of the trailer by the

zation service brakes, the complete vehicle train is stabi-
lized.
0024 Endurance SYS_END_BRAKE Is an additional braking system that can maintain
brake braking over a period of time without a significant
reduction in performance, e.g. in accordance with
[14] [36] [38]
ECE-R 13 ; 71/320/EEC ; 92/24/EEC .

0025 Differential lock SYS_DIF_LOCK_DACT If this system is activated, the differential locks are

deactivation unlocked depending on parameters (e.g. wheel slip,
steering angle, speed).

NOTE The mentioned UN/ECE regulations are solely stated to clarify and/or help to understand each ePTI-relevant

system.
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Table A.1 (continued)
ePTISys- ePTI-relevant Symbolic name ePTI system description
tem-Identi- system name
fier

0026 Electronically SYS_ELEC_CTRL_LT_AX The steered axles are additional axles with elec-

controlled lead- tronically controlled steering. The steering force
ing and trailing is generated by a hydraulic pump or by the lateral
axle force on the wheels.

0027 Electronic steer- SYS_ELEC_STER_DAMP Steering damping is controlled electronically.

ing damper

0028 Bus stop brake SYS_BUS_STOP_BRAKE The system ensures the application of brake pres-

sure when stationary, independent of the brake
pedal activation. Buses can only start moving
when the doors are closed.
0029 Kneeling SYS_KNEELING The system allows a road vehicle to be lowered to
make it easier for passengers to board and disem-
bark.

002A Steering brake SYS_STER_BRAKE During cornering, dosed braking is applied to one

or more wheels.

002B Tyre pressure SYS_TYRE_PRE_CTRL According to the requirement of the driver, the

control system regulates the tyre pressure.

002C Sliding joint SYS_SLID_J_STAB The articulated joint is stabilized by damping,

stabilization dependent on vehicle speed, cylinder pressure of
the articulated dampers, steering and articula-
tion-angle.
002D Reserved RESRVD Reserved by this document for future standardi-
zation.
002E Four-wheel SYS_4_W_PARK_BRAKE The system applies the maximum brake pressure
parking brake in the wheel cylinders at all four wheels.
002F Front-wheel SYS_FRONT_W_LOCK Front wheel suspension, which permits lateral
locking device inclination of the motorbike, can be locked and
unlocked by an electric actuator. Above a certain
speed, it is automatically unlocked.

0030 Adaptive head- SYS_ADAP_HEAD_LI The illumination of the surrounding road area

lights and/or the direct illumination of road users in the
danger area in front of the vehicle is optimized by
dynamic adaption of the light beams.

0031 Electrically-ac- SYS_ELEC_PARK_ The parking brake function is triggered or trans-

tuated parking BRAKE mitted electronically or electromechanically.
brake
0032 Lane change SYS_LANE_CH_AST At a lane change, the system warns the driver
assist about vehicles in the next lane and steers the vehi-
cle back.

0033 Lane keep assist SYS_LANE_KEEP_AST The system warns the driver when the vehicle

is unintentionally leaving its lane and steers the
vehicle back.

0034 Automatic eCall SYS_AUTO_ECALL The system is triggered automatically by in-vehicle

sensors or manually, it transmits a minimum set
of data (EN 15722) via mobile communication net-
work and establishes an audio connection based
on the (emergency) number between the vehicle
passengers and the public safety answering point,
[10]
see Regulation (EU) 2015/758 .

NOTE The mentioned UN/ECE regulations are solely stated to clarify and/or help to understand each ePTI-relevant

system.
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Table A.1 (continued)
ePTISys- ePTI-relevant Symbolic name ePTI system description
tem-Identi- system name
fier

0035 Active roll stabi- SYS_ACT_ROLL_STAB Via appropriate actuators the system produces

lization a roll moment which encounters the vehicle roll
movement depending on the current driving situ-
ation.

0036 Camera monitor SYS_CAM_MONITOR The system which generates at least a part of the

indirect field of vision by a camera monitor combi-
[20]
nation (e.g. in accordance with ECE-R 46 ).

0037 Acoustic vehicle SYS_ACO_VE_ALERTING At low speed, the system generates an external,

alerting specific sound in order to warn, e.g. pedestrians.
0038 Basic exterior SYS_ EXTER_LI The system switches on/switches off the basic
lights lighting devices (e.g. indicators).

0039 Automated lane SYS_AUTO_LANE_KEEP A system which is activated by the driver and

keeping system which keeps the vehicle within its lane by con-
(ALKS) trolling the lateral and longitudinal movements of
the vehicle for extended periods without the need
for further driver input.

003A Turning assis- SYS_TURN_ASSIST A system to inform the driver of a possible colli-

tant sion with a traffic participant (e.g. bicycle) near
[34]
side (e.g. in accordance with ECE-R 151 ).
003B Tachograph SYS_TACHOGRAPH A system to record the driving time, breaks, rest
periods as well as periods of other work undertak-
en by a driver, for example, required by Regulation
[8]
(EU) No 165/2014 .
003C Reserved RESRVD Reserved by this document for future standardi-
to zation.
EFFF
F000 Reserved for RESRVD_VM Reserved for vehicle manufacturer use.
to vehicle manufac-
FFFE turer use
FFFF Reserved RESRVD Reserved by this document, not available for ePTI
system identifier assignment.

NOTE The mentioned UN/ECE regulations are solely stated to clarify and/or help to understand each ePTI-relevant

system.
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Annex B
(normative)
DID definitions
B.1 Definition of DIDs and names

Table B.1 specifies the DID #, DID name, symbolic name, and definition. The symbolic names provide the

possibility, e.g. to make a unique reference to diagnostic description information in case a diagnostic

service is not yet implemented using the DIDs and computation methods specified in this document.

[2]

Symbolic names use the character set ISO 8859-1 in the range of 30 to 39 (0, 1, … 9), 41 to 5A

16 16 16 16
(A, B, … Z), and 5F (_).
REQ 7.1 Definition of DIDs and names

DID implementation in ePTI-relevant ECU(s) shall be in accordance with Table B.1.

The accuracy of the sensor values identified by the DID might have a different resolution as specified in

this document.
Table B.1 — Definition of DIDs and names
DID # DID name Symbolic name Definition Cvt

FA19 ISO edition number DID_ISO_ED_NUM Description, definition and requirements M

are specified in B.3.
FA20 Supported ePTI data DID_SUPP_DID DIDs are specified in this table. M
identifiers

FA21 Supported ePTI systems DID_SUPP_SYS Description, definition and requirements M

for the ePTISystem identifiers are speci-
fied in B.4 and Annex A.
FA22 Supported ePTI routine DID_SUPP_RID Routine identifiers are specified in M
identifiers Annex C.

FA23 Supported ePTI input/ DID_SUPP_IOCT_DID Input/output identifiers are specified in M

output control identifi- Annex D.
ers

FA24 ePTI system status DID_SYS_STATUS Description, definition and requirements M

are specified in B.10.

FA25 Seat belt buckle DID_SEAT_BELT_BUC Description, definition and requirements O

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INTERNATIONAL ISO/FDIS
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STANDARD 20730-3
ISO/TC 22/SC 31
Road vehicles — Vehicle interface
Secretariat: DIN
for electronic Periodic Technical
Voting begins on:
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2021-09-03
Data definitions
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Contents Page

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

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

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

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

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

4 Symbols and abbreviated terms ........................................................................................................................................................... 2

4.1 Symbols ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2

4.2 Abbreviated terms ............................................................................................................................................................................... 2

5 Informative guidance for considering ePTI relevance .................................................................................................. 2

6 ePTI-relevant system list, DIDs and RIDs ................................................................................................................................... 3

Annex A (normative) ePTI-relevant system list ........................................................................................................................................ 4

Annex B (normative) DID definitions .................................................................................................................................................................. 8

Annex C (normative) Routine definitions.....................................................................................................................................................34

Annex D (normative) Templates for proposed identifiers and names ..........................................................................40

Bibliography .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................41

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Foreword

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Introduction

Roadworthiness testing is a part of a wider regime designed to ensure that vehicles are kept in

a safe and environmentally acceptable condition during their use. This regime covers periodic

roadworthiness testing of vehicles and technical roadside inspections of vehicles used for commercial

road transport activities and provides a vehicle registration procedure allowing for the suspension of

a vehicle’s authorization to be used in road traffic where the vehicle constitutes an immediate risk to

road safety. Periodic testing is the main tool to ensure roadworthiness. Technical roadside inspections

of commercial vehicles are merely complementary to periodic testing.

An ePTI system list, which is defined in this document, summarizes ePTI-relevant systems and specifies

a defined name (system), a unique identifier (ePTI system identifier) and a description for each ePTI

system. All the definitions in this document refer to this ePTI system list.

The ISO 20730 series is based on the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) basic reference model specified

[1] [3]

in ISO/IEC 7498-1 and ISO/IEC 10731, which structures communication systems into seven layers.

When mapped on this model, the application protocol and data link framework requirements specified/

referenced in the ISO 20730 series are structured according to Figure 1.

Figure 1 illustrates a standard-based documentation concept, which consists of the following main

clusters:

— vehicle diagnostic communication framework: covers all relevant basic vehicle diagnostic

communication specifications of OSI layers 7, 6, and 5;

— vehicle diagnostic communication use case framework: covers the master specification, which

specifies use cases und requirements of subject matter of OSI layer 7;

— presentation layer framework: covers all data relevant specifications of OSI layer 6;

— conformance test plan: covers the conformance test plan requirements of the use cases and

communication requirements of OSI layers 7, 6, and 5;

— lower OSI layer framework: covers all vehicle diagnostic protocol standards of OSI layers 4, 3, 2, and

1, which are relevant and referenced by the use case specific standard.
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Figure 1 — ePTI document reference according to OSI model
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FINAL DRAFT INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ISO/FDIS 20730-3:2021(E)
Road vehicles — Vehicle interface for electronic Periodic
Technical Inspection (ePTI) —
Part 3:
Data definitions
1 Scope

This document specifies ePTI-relevant system identifiers, data identifiers, routine identifiers, input/

output control identifiers, data types, CompuMethods (computations), and units.

This document describes ePTI systems' data definitions and associated technical requirements.

The technical requirements of data definitions of emissions-related systems are specified in other

[4] [5]
standards, e.g. the ISO 15031 series , the ISO 27145 series , and SAE J1979DA.

The ePTI system list defined in this document summarizes ePTI-relevant systems and specifies a

defined name (system), a unique identifier (ePTI system identifier) and a description for each ePTI-

relevant system.

This document does not specify any type of test method or pass/fail criteria of the ePTI-relevant system

during a PTI.
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.

ISO 3779, Road vehicles — Vehicle identification number (VIN) — Content and structure

ISO 14229-1, Road vehicles — Unified diagnostic services (UDS) — Part 1: Application layer

ISO 20730-1, Road vehicles — Vehicle interface for electronic Periodic Technical Inspection (ePTI) — Part 1:

Application and communication requirements
SAE J1979DA, Digital Annex of E/E Diagnostic Test Modes
3 Terms and definitions

For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in ISO 14229-1, ISO 20730-1 and the

following apply.

ISO and IEC maintain terminological databases for use in standardization at the following addresses:

— ISO Online browsing platform: available at https:// www .iso .org/ obp
— IEC Electropedia: available at https:// www .electropedia .org/
3.1
error
indicates an erroneous status
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3.2
currently not available
information cannot be reported at time of request
3.3
not installed
information cannot be reported because the source is physically not available
4 Symbols and abbreviated terms
4.1 Symbols
--- empty table cell or feature undefined
4.2 Abbreviated terms
Cvt convention
DID data identifier
IOID input output identifier
IOCT input output control
LSB least significant byte
M mandatory
MI malfunction indicator
MSB most significant byte
O optional
RCTP routineControlType
RCOR routineControlOptionRecord
RID routine identifier
SPN suspect parameter number
TP tyre pressure
U user optional
5 Informative guidance for considering ePTI relevance

ePTI-relevant systems are all vehicle systems and components, that when not operating to their design

criteria, affect the safety of the vehicle. These are vehicle systems that perform at least one of the

following functions:
a) deceleration of the vehicle;
b) longitudinal, lateral and yaw stabilization of vehicle movements;
c) hold the vehicle stationary;
d) change of angle >3° on any steered wheel, while vehicle speed is ≥15 km/h;
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e) adjustment of the intensity and/or direction of the road illumination;

f) change of the signal image of the vehicle lighting devices, while vehicle speed is ≥15 km/h;

g) protecting the survival space of road users;
h) adjustment of the behaviour of the suspension and shock absorbers;
i) monitoring and control of tyre air pressure;
j) adjustment of the aerodynamic devices;
k) high voltage electrical propulsion ≥60 V;
l) changes in visibility;
m) hazard warning and emergency related communication;

n) generation of external warning for, e.g. pedestrian attention in regard to electric vehicle;

o) adjustment of the vehicle height or tilt;
p) automatically controlled acceleration.
The criteria and definition should be updated as technology progresses.

EXAMPLE The “automatic emergency brake” vehicle system can perform the “deceleration” function and is

therefore an ePTI-relevant vehicle system.
6 ePTI-relevant system list, DIDs and RIDs

The ePTI-relevant system list shall be in accordance with Annex A. The status of Annex A is normative.

The DID definitions shall be in accordance with Annex B. The status of Annex B is normative.

The RID definitions shall be in accordance with Annex C. The status of Annex C is normative.

The templates for identifier definitions shall be in accordance with Annex D. The status of Annex D is

normative.
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Annex A
(normative)
ePTI-relevant system list

The ePTI-relevant systems are identified based on the functional criteria in Clause 5. Table A.1

specifies ePTI-relevantSystemIdentifier, ePTI-relevant system name, symbolic name and ePTI system

description. The symbolic names provide the possibility , for example, to make a unique reference

to diagnostic description information in case a diagnostic service is not yet implemented using the

ePTI-relevantSystemIdentifier as specified in this document. Symbolic names use the character set

[2]

ISO 8859-1 in the range of 30 to 39 (0, 1, … 9), 41 to 5A (A, B, … Z), and 5F (_).

16 16 16 16 16
Table A.1 — Definition of ePTI-relevant system identifiers and names
ePTISystem-Iden- ePTI-relevant Symbolic name ePTI system description
tifier system name
0000 Reserved RESRVD Reserved by this document for future standardization.

0001 Generic ePTI infor- SYS_GENERIC_INFO This “virtual” (non-safety) system can be used to report

mation standardized information as specified in this document, e.g.
VIN or the mileage of the vehicle, which may not be support-
ed by any of the other systems in this system list.
This system is conditional. It is mandatory if standardized
information, as specified in this document, is not provided
by any of the other systems in this system list.

0002 Cornering light SYS_CORN_LI During cornering, an extra headlamp is activated. Oper-

[21]
ates up to 40 km/h, e.g. in accordance with ECE-R 48 ;
[31]
ECE-R 119 .

0003 Adaptive cruise SYS_ADP_CRUISE_CTRL The system maintains the vehicle's speed, depending on the

control preferred speed and distance to the vehicle in front.

0004 Adaptive deflectors SYS_ADP_DEFLECTOR Depending on the vehicle's speed, the air deflectors are

adjusted in order to improve driving stability.

0005 Airbag SYS_AIRBAG In case of an accident, inflatable airbags reduce the risk

of injury by their absorbing effect, e.g. in accordance with
[13] [15] [16]
ECE-R 12 ; ECE-R 14 ; ECE-R 16 .

0006 Active headrest SYS_ACT_HEADREST The system reduces the danger of a whiplash injury in the

event of a rear end collision by changing the position of the
headrest towards the head.

0007 Active hood SYS_ACT_HOOD By automatically lifting the bonnet, the system ensures a

larger collapsible zone in the event of an accident involving
a pedestrian.

0008 Automatic hold SYS_AUTO_HOLD_FCT The system independently holds the vehicle after stopping

function using the service brake and/or parking brake and automati-
cally releases them when starting.

0009 Automatic head- SYS_AUTO_HL_LEVEL Depending on the load and (optional) pitch angle, the

lamp levelling system regulates the headlamp’s vertical aim, e.g. in accord-
[32]
ance with ECE-R 121 .

000A Automatic emer- SYS_AUTO_EM_BRAKE The system independently starts braking in order to avoid a

gency brake collision with an obstacle or to reduce the consequences of
an inevitable impact.

000B Anti-lock brake SYS_ANTI_L_BRAKE The system automatically prevents wheel-locking during

braking by selective reduction of the wheel brake force, e.g.
[14]
in accordance with ECE-R 13 ; 71/320/EEC.

000C Automatic light SYS_AUTO_LI Depending on the ambient brightness, the system automati-

cally switches on and off the driving light.

NOTE The mentioned UN/ECE regulations are solely stated to clarify and/or help to understand each ePTI-relevant system.

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Table A.1 (continued)
ePTISystem-Iden- ePTI-relevant Symbolic name ePTI system description
tifier system name

000D Electric drive SYS_ELEC_DRIVE Includes all propulsion systems which can propel the

vehicle using electrical power, e.g. in accordance with
[29]
ECE-R 100 .

000E Electro mechanic SYS_ELEC_MECH_PWR_ The supporting power for steering is generated by an elec-

power steering STER tric motor.

000F Electronic four- SYS_ELEC_4_W_STER Two axles are steered, with a steering angle greater than 3°

[22]
wheel steering on all steered wheels, e.g. in accordance with ECE-R 79 ;
[23] [35]
ECE-R 83 ; 70/311/EEC .

0010 Electronic damping SYS_ELEC_DAMP Depending on the driving situation, the rebound and

compression stage of the shock absorbers is adjusted by the
system.

0011 Electronic brake SYS_ELEC_BRAKE A brake pedal sensor and/or pressure sensor records the

system braking request and calculates the optimal brake force for
each wheel, so that there is optimal activation of all wheel
brakes.

0012 Electronic stability SYS_ ELEC_STAB_PRG The system stabilizes the vehicle or the complete vehicle

program train in critical, dynamic driving situations, e.g. in accord-
[9]
ance with Regulation (EC) No. 661/2009 .

0013 High beam assist SYS_HIGH_BEAM_AST The system automatically activates and deactivates the

high beam according to the driving situation and lighting
conditions.

0014 Speed limiter SYS_SPEED_LIM While driving, the system prevents exceeding a defined

maximum speed. Relevant, if mandatory, e.g. in accordance
[25] [39]
with ECE-R 89 ; §57c German Road Traffic Act ; 92/24/
[38]
EEC .

0015 Belt tensioner and SYS_TENS_BELT_LIM In the event of an accident, the seat belt is tensioned to place

belt force limiter the passengers in a setpoint position and/or limits the belt
force, electrically controlled and, thus, limits the forces
[16]
acting on the persons e.g. in accordance with ECE-R 16 ;
[27]
ECE-R 94 .

0016 Tail light switching SYS_TAIL_LI Depending on operating status and/or failure of the illumi-

nants, lighting functions are taken over by other luminaires.
0017 Reserved RESRVD Reserved by this document for future standardization.

0018 Bending light SYS_BEND_LI During cornering and depending on the steering angle and

speed, the light beam is swivelled and/or an additional
[21]
headlight is activated, e.g. in accordance with ECE-R 48 ;
[28] [30] [33]
ECE-R 98 ; ECE-R 112 ; ECE-R 123 .

0019 Steering assist SYS_STER_AST Depending on the driving situation, the steering angle is

automatically changed, without intervention by the driver.
Relevant if the steering intervention occurs at a speed of
[22]
more than 15 km/h, e.g. in accordance with ECE-R 79 .

001A Height levelling SYS_HEIGHT_LEVEL The system changes the clearance between vehicle chassis

and the road.

001B Emergency braking SYS_EM_BRAKE_SIG During strong deceleration, hazard warning lights and/

signal or additional luminous surfaces are activated and/or the
following traffic is warned by flashing brake lights, e.g. in
[21] [14]
accordance with ECE-R 48 ; ECE-R 13 .

001C Pre-crash system SYS_PRE_CRASH In a critical driving situation, the vehicle is prepared for

the crash so that the risk of injury to the passengers and/or
other road users is reduced.

001D Tyre pressure SYS_TYRE_PRES_WAR The system detects loss of tyre pressure through integrated

warning sensors and/or by implausible values for wheel speed, e.g.
[9]
in accordance with Regulation (EC) No. 661/2009 .

001E Traction control SYS_TRACT_CTRL The system prevents the drive wheels spinning during

acceleration by applying brake force.

001F Superimposed SYS_SU_IMP_STER Depending on the driving situation, the system varies the

steering transmission ratio of the steering.

NOTE The mentioned UN/ECE regulations are solely stated to clarify and/or help to understand each ePTI-relevant system.

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Table A.1 (continued)
ePTISystem-Iden- ePTI-relevant Symbolic name ePTI system description
tifier system name

0020 Roll over protection SYS_ACT_R_O_PROTECT In the event of an imminent rollover, support elements are

(active) extended to secure the survival space, e.g. in accordance
[37]
with 74/60/EEC .

0021 Hydrogen instal- SYS_HYD_INST The hydrogen is stored in the vehicle and is used to propel

lation the vehicle, either by combustion in an internal combustion
engine or by conversion in a fuel cell with an additional
electric engine.

0022 Start-up aid SYS_START_UP_AID Aids start-up, e.g. by raising the lift axle or by momentar-

ily applying brake pressure or by automatic release of the
parking brake.

0023 Trailer stabilization SYS_TRAILER_STAB Through selective braking of the trailer by the service

brakes, the complete vehicle train is stabilized.

0024 Endurance brake SYS_END_BRAKE Is an additional braking system that can maintain braking

over a period of time without a significant reduction in
[14]
performance, e.g. in accordance with ECE-R 13 ; 71/320/
[36] [38]
EEC ; 92/24/EEC .

0025 Differential lock SYS_DIF_LOCK_DACT If this system is activated, the differential locks are un-

deactivation locked depending on parameters (e.g. wheel slip, steering
angle, speed).

0026 Electronically con- SYS_ELEC_CTRL_LT_AX The steered axles are additional axles with electronically

trolled leading and controlled steering. The steering force is generated by a
trailing axle hydraulic pump or by the lateral force on the wheels.

0027 Electronic steering SYS_ELEC_STER_DAMP Steering damping is controlled electronically.

damper

0028 Bus stop brake SYS_BUS_STOP_BRAKE The system ensures the application of brake pressure when

stationary, independent of the brake pedal activation. Buses
can only start moving when the doors are closed.

0029 Kneeling SYS_KNEELING The system allows a road vehicle to be lowered to make it

easier for passengers to board and disembark.

002A Steering brake SYS_STER_BRAKE During cornering, dosed braking is applied to one or more

wheels.

002B Tyre pressure SYS_TYRE_PRE_CTRL According to the requirement of the driver, the system

control regulates the tyre pressure.

002C Sliding joint stabili- SYS_SLID_J_STAB The articulated joint is stabilized by damping, dependent on

zation vehicle speed, cylinder pressure of the articulated dampers,
steering and articulation-angle.
002D Reserved RESRVD Reserved by this document for future standardization.

002E Four-wheel parking SYS_4_W_PARK_BRAKE The system applies the maximum brake pressure in the

brake wheel cylinders at all four wheels.

002F Front-wheel lock- SYS_FRONT_W_LOCK Front wheel suspension, which permits lateral inclination of

ing device the motorbike, can be locked and unlocked by an electric ac-
tuator. Above a certain speed, it is automatically unlocked.

0030 Adaptive head- SYS_ADAP_HEAD_LI The illumination of the surrounding road area and/or the

lights direct illumination of road users in the danger area in front
of the vehicle is optimized by dynamic adaption of the light
beams.

0031 Electrically-actuat- SYS_ELEC_PARK_BRAKE The parking brake function is triggered or transmitted

ed parking brake electronically or electromechanically.

0032 Lane change assist SYS_LANE_CH_AST At a lane change, the system warns the driver about vehicles

in the next lane and steers the vehicle back.

0033 Lane keep assist SYS_LANE_KEEP_AST The system warns the driver when the vehicle is uninten-

tionally leaving its lane and steers the vehicle back.

0034 Automatic eCall SYS_AUTO_ECALL The system is triggered automatically by in-vehicle sensors

or manually, it transmits a minimum set of data (EN 15722)
via mobile communication network and establishes an
audio connection based on the (emergency) number be-
tween the vehicle passengers and the public safety answer-
[10]
ing point, see Regulation (EU) 2015/758 .

NOTE The mentioned UN/ECE regulations are solely stated to clarify and/or help to understand each ePTI-relevant system.

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Table A.1 (continued)
ePTISystem-Iden- ePTI-relevant Symbolic name ePTI system description
tifier system name

0035 Active roll stabili- SYS_ACT_ROLL_STAB Via appropriate actuators the system produces a roll mo-

zation ment which encounters the vehicle roll movement depend-
ing on the current driving situation.

0036 Camera monitor SYS_CAM_MONITOR The system which generates at least a part of the indirect

field of vision by a camera monitor combination (e.g. in
[20]
accordance with ECE-R 46 ).

0037 Acoustic vehicle SYS_ACO_VE_ALERTING At low speed, the system generates an external, specific

alerting sound in order to warn, e.g. pedestrians.

0038 Basic exterior SYS_ EXTER_LI The system switches on/switches off the basic lighting

lights devices (e.g. indicators).

0039 Automated lane SYS_AUTO_LANE_KEEP A system which is activated by the driver and which keeps

keeping system the vehicle within its lane by controlling the lateral and
(ALKS) longitudinal movements of the vehicle for extended periods
without the need for further driver input.

003A Turning assistant SYS_TURN_ASSIST A system to inform the driver of a possible collision with a

traffic participant (e.g. bicycle) near side (e.g. in accordance
[34]
with ECE-R 151 ).

003B Tachograph SYS_TACHOGRAPH A system to record the driving time, breaks, rest periods

as well as periods of other work undertaken by a driver, for
[8]
example, required by Regulation (EU) No 165/2014 .
003C Reserved RESRVD Reserved by this document for future standardization.
EFFF
F000 Reserved for vehi- RESRVD_VM Reserved for vehicle manufacturer use.
to cle manufacturer
FFFE use
FFFF Reserved RESRVD Reserved by this document, not available for ePTI system
identifier assignment.

NOTE The mentioned UN/ECE regulations are solely stated to clarify and/or help to understand each ePTI-relevant system.

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Annex B
(normative)
DID definitions
B.1 Definition of DIDs and names

Table B.1 specifies the DID #, DID name, symbolic name, and definition. The symbolic names provide the

possibility, e.g. to make a unique reference to diagnostic description information in case a diagnostic

service is not yet implemented using the DIDs and computation methods specified in this document.

[2]

Symbolic names use the character set ISO 8859-1 in the range of 30 to 39 (0, 1, … 9), 41 to 5A

16 16 16 16
(A, B, … Z), and 5F (_).
REQ 7.1 Definition of DIDs and names

DID implementation in ePTI-relevant ECU(s) shall be in accordance with Table B.1.

The accuracy of the sensor values identified by the DID might have a different resolution as specified in

this document.
Table B.1 — Definition of DIDs and names
DID # DID name Symbolic name Definition Cvt

FA19 ISO edition number DID_ISO_ED_NUM Description, definition and requirements M

are specified in B.3.
FA20 Supported ePTI data DID_SUPP_DID DIDs are specified in this table. M
identifiers

FA21 Supported ePTI systems DID_SUPP_SYS Description, definition and requirements M

for the ePTISystem identifiers are speci-
fied in B.4 and Annex A.
FA22 Supported ePTI routine DID_SUPP_RID Routine identifiers are specified in M
identifiers Annex C.
FA23 Supported ePTI input/ DID_S
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