ISO 24534-3:2016 provides the requirements for an electronic registration identification (ERI) that is based on an identifier assigned to a vehicle (e.g. for recognition by national authorities) suitable to be used for the following:
-      electronic identification of local and foreign vehicles by national authorities;
-      vehicle manufacturing, in-life-maintenance, and end-of-life identification (vehicle life cycle management);
-      adaptation of vehicle data, e.g. in case of international re-sales;
-      safety-related purposes;
-      crime reduction;
-      commercial services;
-      adhering to privacy and data protection regulations.
ISO 24534-3:2016 defines the vehicle identification data. This data is called the ERI data and includes the following:
-      the vehicle identifier;
-      possible additional vehicle-related information (as typically included in a vehicle registration certificate).
All additional vehicle data elements are defined as optional. It is left to local legislation and/or the discretion of a registration authority to use or not to use a particular data element. If used, the value is assumed to be the one registered by the registration authority in accordance with local legislation. This part of ISO 24534 only provides the syntax for all these data elements.
NOTE          The secure application layer interfaces for the exchange of ERI data with an ERI reader or writer are specified in ISO 24534‑4 and in ISO 24534‑5.

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This International Standard establishes an AEI system based on radio frequency technologies. This system is intended for general application in RTTT/TICS. It allows the transfer of the identification codes and further information about equipment and vehicles used in intermodal transport into such RTTT/TICS and information systems related to intermodal transport processes. Within the intermodal context of the RTTT/TICS Sector, AEI systems have the specific objective of achieving an unambiguous identification of an ITU or related equipment or vehicle or item used in intermodal transport, and to make that identification automatically. Vehicles will be considered and handled under Intermodal aspects as “Intermodal Equipment”. Therefore, a differentiation between AEI and AVI systems for the purpose of this standard is not required.

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This International Standard defines generic numbering and data structures for unambiguous identification of equipment used for Intermodal goods transport. These data are known as ‘Intermodal Goods Transport Numbering and Data Structures’. This International Standard defines data independently of the data carrier. The modelling of data is based on ‘Abstract Syntax Notation One’ (ASN.1) as defined in ISO/IEC 8824.this International Standard excludes any physical aspects such as interfaces, dimensions etc. Data that form part of transmission or storage protocols (headers, frame markers and checksums) are excluded. Data defined in this International Standard require a system for control and distribution of number series independent of the different AVI/AEI systems. This is required in order to avoid ambiguity and to provide the necessary level of security where appropriate. For this reason the registration authority defined in ENV ISO 14816 applies for this International Standard. This International Standard enables the use of optimised encoding schemes such as ASN.1 Packed Encoding Rules’ (PER). This International Standard provides interoperability, not only between simple AVI/AEI and more complex ITS/RTTT functions, but also with pre-existing standards such as container (ISO 10374). Specifications for protecting against changes, classifying and qualifying security aspects of the data are out of scope of this International Standard. This International Standard relates to AVI/AEI units, but not to smaller containers and units being transported. For smaller units (pallet loads, trays, parcels etc.) please refer to ISO 26683 and ISO/IEC SC31 standards, ISO 18000 series, etc.. However, CS10 defined herein, provides a means to provide land conveyance content data using such standards. The numbering structure defined in this International Standard is designed to enable combinations with the data definitions from ISO18000 series. This combination is covered in CEN ISO/TS 17264. This International Standard provides the capability to carry application data, associated with the identification, to be carried as part of the AVI/AEI message. Within this International Standard this is provided as a “black box” facility. The definition of the structure and contents of such messages are outside the scope of this International Standard (examples are shown in CEN ISO/TS 17264).

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The scope for this European Standard is limited to:
-   physical systems: ERT, ERR and the DSRC interface between them (all functions and information flows related to these parts);
-   DSRC-link requirements;
-   ERI session over the DSRC interface;
-   data elements to be used by ERT and ERR used in ERI session;
-   security mechanisms for ERT and ERR used in ERI session.
It is outside the scope of this European Standard to define:
-   contractual and procedural interoperability requirements;
-   provisions for electronic payments such as EFC;
-   conformance procedures and test specification;
-   setting-up of operating organisations (e.g. application service provider, issuing, trusted third party etc.);
-   legal issues;
-   use of other communication technologies (e.g. RFID such as ISO 18000 series); and
-   other interfaces or functions in ERI-systems than those specified above (i.e. information flows and data exchange between ERI Application providers or personalisation, initialisation and customisation of the OBU).
Some of these issues are subject to separate standards prepared by CEN/TC 278, ISO/TC 204 or ETSI ERM.
The following figure shows the scope of this European Standard from a DSRC-stack perspective.
NOTE   For interlayer management, see EN 15509:2007, Annex G.
This European Standard defines an Application Profile based on the ISP-concept. The base standards that this Application Profile is based upon are:
-   EN ISO 14906:2011 and ISO 17264:2009 on ERI application interface definition for DSRC (this implies indirect references to EN ISO 14816 on Numbering and data structures);
-   EN 12834: on DSRC application layer (L7);
-   EN 13372 on DSRC profiles (this implies indirect references to the DSRC L1, L2 and L7 standards:
EN 12253, EN 12795 and EN 12834);
-   EN 15509:2007: Interoperable Application Profile for EFC using CEN DSRC;
-   ISO 24534 on ERI application.

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ISO 17261:2012 describes the conceptual and logical architecture for automatic vehicle and equipment identification (AVI/AEI) and supporting services in an intermodal/multimodal environment.
It presents a high level view of AEI intermodal and multimodal system architecture, and describes the key sub systems, their associated interfaces and interactions and how they fit into system wide functions such as management, security and information flow.
ISO 17261:2012 identifies the context of intermodal/multimodal AEI within the overall AVI/AEI context and key external inter-dependencies and interfaces to the intermodal/multimodal sector IT infrastructure. These include interfaces to the external and internal users of the intermodal/multimodal system services and their associated IT systems, interfaces to intermodal/multimodal management systems, existing intermodal/multimodal networks and system operations, and specifically interfaces to item identification and the domain of JTC 1/SC 31, item logistics International Standards. As an architecture it is designed to be complementary and interlocking to that domain.
ISO 17261:2012 is intended to be complementary and consistent with the work of ISO/TC 104, Freight containers.
It extends the conceptual and communication AVI architecture determined in ISO 14814 and is neither frequency nor air interface protocol specific. It provides maximum interoperability, has a high population capability, and provides the possibility of upwards migration to more capable systems.
It does not include the air interface nor any implementation aspect, only the reference architectures. Subsequent International Standards define data structures for general AVI/AEI and for specific sectors of application.

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ISO 17262:2012 defines generic numbering and data structures for unambiguous identification of equipment used for Intermodal goods transport. These data are known as "Intermodal Goods Transport Numbering and Data Structures".
It defines data independently of the data carrier. The modelling of data is based on Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1) as defined in ISO/IEC 8824. It excludes any physical aspects such as interfaces, dimensions, etc. Data that form part of transmission or storage protocols (headers, frame markers and checksums) are excluded.
Data defined in ISO 17262:2012 require a system for control and distribution of number series independent of the different AVI/AEI systems. This is required in order to avoid ambiguity and to provide the necessary level of security where appropriate. For this reason the registration authority defined in ISO 14816 applies for ISO 17262:2012.
ISO 17262:2012 enables the use of optimised encoding schemes such as ASN.1 Packed Encoding Rules (PER).

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ISO 17263;2012 establishes an AEI system based on radio frequency technologies. This system is intended for general application in RTTT/TICS. It allows the transfer of the identification codes and further information about equipment and vehicles used in intermodal transport into such RTTT/TICS and information systems related to intermodal transport processes. Within the intermodal context of the RTTT/TICS Sector, AEI systems have the specific objective of achieving an unambiguous identification of an ITU or related equipment or vehicle or item used in intermodal transport, and to make that identification automatically. Vehicles will be considered and handled under Intermodal aspects as "Intermodal Equipment". Therefore, a differentiation between AEI and AVI systems for the purpose of this standard is not required.

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ISO 24534-2:2010 provides requirements for electronic registration identification (ERI) that are based on an identifier assigned to a vehicle (e.g. for recognition by national authorities) suitable to be used for:
electronic identification of local and foreign vehicles by national authorities;
vehicle manufacturing, in-life maintenance and end-of-life identification (vehicle life cycle management);
adaptation of vehicle data (e.g. for international resales);
safety-related purposes;
crime reduction;
commercial services.
It adheres to privacy and data protection regulations.
ISO 24534-2:2010 defines the operational requirements for the remaining parts of ISO 24534 and the more limited but relevant provisions of ISO 24535.
Whilst the definition of the organizational framework required to implement, operate and maintain an ERI system is outside the scope of ISO 24534-2:2010, a list of potential stakeholders in the public and private sector has been included.

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ISO 24534-4:2010 provides requirements for electronic registration identification (ERI) that are based on an identifier assigned to a vehicle (e.g. for recognition by national authorities) suitable to be used for:
electronic identification of local and foreign vehicles by national authorities;
vehicle manufacturing, in-life maintenance and end-of-life identification (vehicle life cycle management);
adaptation of vehicle data (e.g. for international resales);
safety-related purposes;
crime reduction;
commercial services.
It adheres to privacy and data protection regulations.
ISO 24534-4:2010 specifies the interfaces for a secure exchange of data between an ERT and an ERI reader or ERI writer in or outside the vehicle using asymmetric encryption techniques.
ISO 24534-4:2010 includes:
the application layer interface between an ERT and an onboard ERI reader or writer;
the application layer interface between the onboard ERI equipment and external ERI readers and writers;
security issues related to the communication with the ERT.

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ISO 24534-1:2010 provides requirements for electronic registration identification (ERI) that are based on an identifier assigned to a vehicle (e.g. for recognition by national authorities), suitable to be used for:
electronic identification of local and foreign vehicles by national authorities;
vehicle manufacturing, in-life maintenance and end-of-life identification (vehicle life cycle management);
adaptation of vehicle data (e.g. for international resales);
safety-related purposes;
crime reduction;
commercial services.
It adheres to privacy and data protection regulations.
ISO 24534-1:2010 provides an overview of the ERI system concept, in terms of the onboard vehicle components and the external off-vehicle components required for an operational system. The detailed requirements are defined in Parts 2, 3, 4 and 5 of ISO 24534 and more limited, though relevant, provisions are defined in ISO 24535.

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ISO 17624:2009 provides the specifications of:
common AVI/AEI transaction requirements, which define the common steps of any AVI/AEI transaction;
AVI/AEI application interface to standardized wireless protocols (referred to as the "Air Interface") supporting the AVI transaction requirements, so as to enable interoperability.
ISO 17624:2009 is an interface standard, adhering to the open systems interconnection (OSI) philosophy (ISO/IEC 7498‑1), and it is as such not concerned with the implementation choices to be realized at either side of the air interface between the "Fixed Equipment" and "OBE".

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ISO 14814:2006 establishes a common framework to achieve unambiguous identification in ITS/RTTT (Intelligent Transport Systems/Road Transport and Traffic Telematics) AVI/AEI (Automatic Vehicle Identification/Automatic Equipment Identification) applications.
This scheme and Reference Architecture Model is designed to be an "enabling" structure to allow interoperability between different commercial systems, and not prescriptive in determining any one system. It is not frequency- nor air interface protocol-specific, provides maximum interoperability, has a high population capability, and provides the possibility of upwards migration to more capable systems.
ISO 14814:2006 provides a reference structure which enables an unambiguous identification and also identifies the data construct as an ITS/RTTT message. The construct also identifies which ITS/RTTT data structure is contained in the message.

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ISO 14816:2005 establishes a common framework data structure for unambiguous identification in RTTT/ITS systems. It excludes any physical aspects such as interfaces. It is neither frequency- nor air interface protocol-specific.
Data elements that form part of transmission or storage protocols such as headers, frame markers and checksums are thus excluded.
The specifications for protecting against changes, classifying and qualifying security aspects of the data structure elements are not included within ISO 14816:2005.
The principles of data element structure and description determined in ISO/IEC 8824, ISO/IEC 8825-1 and ISO/IEC 8825-2 have been adopted to provide an interoperable architecture within a standard framework according to guidelines from ISO/TC 204 and CEN/TC 278.
ISO 14816:2005 defines data structures based on the ISO/IEC 8824-1 ASN.1 UNIVERSAL CLASS types that may be directly IMPORTED to other application standards that would need only subsets of the full APPLICATION CLASS types. These UNIVERSAL CLASS and APPLICATION CLASS types are uniquely defined as an ASN.1 module in Annex B. This module may be directly linked into an application data definition.
ISO 14816:2005 defines default encoding for simple AVI/AEI applications where no other relevant application standard exists. This definition forms Clause 4.

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ISO 14815:2005 defines a generic Automatic Vehicle Identification/Automatic Equipment Identification (AVI/AEI) System specification for nominal AVI/AEI to provide an enabling International Standard, which, whilst allowing the system specifier to determine the performance levels and operating conditions, provides a framework for nominal interoperability.

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ISO 24534-3:2010 provides requirements for electronic registration identification (ERI) that are based on an identifier assigned to a vehicle (e.g. for recognition by national authorities) suitable to be used for:
electronic identification of local and foreign vehicles by national authorities;
vehicle manufacturing, in-life maintenance and end-of-life identification (vehicle life cycle management);
adaptation of vehicle data (e.g. for international resales);
safety-related purposes;
crime reduction;
commercial services.
It adheres to privacy and data protection regulations.
ISO 24534-3:2010 defines the vehicle identification data. This data is called the ERI data and includes
the vehicle identifier, and
possible additional vehicle-related information (as typically included in a vehicle registration certificate).
All additional vehicle data elements are defined as optional. It is left to local legislation and/or the discretion of a registration authority to use or not to use a particular data element. If used, the value is assumed to be the one registered by the registration authority in accordance with local legislation. ISO 24534-3:2010 only provides the syntax for all these data elements.

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ISO TS 17261:2005 describes the conceptual and logical architecture for automatic vehicle and Equipment identification (AVI/AEI) and supporting services in an intermodal/multimodal environment. It presents a high level view of AEI intermodal and multimodal system Architecture. ISO TS 17261:2005 describes the key sub systems, their associated interfaces and interactions and how they fit into system-wide functions such as management, security and information flow.

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ISO/TS 17262:2003 defines generic numbering and data structures for unambiguous identification of equipment used for Intermodal goods transport. These data are known as Intermodal Goods Transport Numbering and Data Structures.
ISO/TS 17262:2003 defines data independently of the data carrier. The modelling of data is based on Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1) as defined in ISO/IEC 8824. ISO/TS 17262:2003 excludes any physical aspects such as interfaces, dimensions etc. Data that form part of transmission or storage protocols (headers, frame markers and checksums) are excluded.
Data defined in ISO/TS 17262:2003 require a system for control and distribution of number series independent of the different AVI/AEI systems. This is required in order to avoid ambiguity and to provide the necessary level of security where appropriate. For this reason the registration authority defined in ENV ISO 14816 applies for ISO/TS 17262:2003.
ISO/TS 17262:2003 enables the use of optimised encoding schemes such as ASN.1 Basic Packed Encoding Rules (PER).
ISO/TS 17262:2003 provides interoperability, not only between simple AVI/AEI and more complex RTTT/TICS functions, but also with pre-existing Standards such as container (ISO 10374). Specifications for protecting against changes, classifying and qualifying security aspects of the data are out of scope of ISO/TS 17262:2003.
ISO/TS 17262:2003 relates to AVI/AEI units, but not to smaller containers and units being transported. For smaller units (pallet loads, trays, parcels etc.) please refer to ISO/IEC SC 31 standards, ISO 18000 series. The Numbering Structure defined in ISO/TS 17262:2003 is designed to enable combinations with the data definitions from ISO 18000 series. This combination will be covered in CEN ISO/TS 17264 (under preparation).
ISO/TS 17262:2003 provides the capability to carry application data, associated with the identification, to be carried as part of the AVI/AEI message. Within ISO/TS 17262:2003 this is provided as a "black box" facility. The definition of the structure and contents of such messages are outside the scope of ISO/TS 17262:2003 (examples will be shown in CEN ISO/TS 17264).

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ISO/TS 17263:2003 establishes an AEI-System based on radio frequency technologies. This system is intended for general application in RTTT/TICS. It allows for the transfer of the identification codes and further information about equipment and vehicles used in intermodal transport into such RTTT/TICS and information systems related to Intermodal Transport processes. Within the intermodal context of the RTTT/TICS Sector, AEI systems have the specific objective of achieving an unambiguous identification of an ITU or related equipment or vehicle or item used in intermodal transport, and to make that identification automatically. Vehicles will be considered and handled under Intermodal aspects as "Intermodal Equipment". Therefore a differentiation between AEI and AVI systems under the purpose of ISO/TS 17263:2003 is not required.
ISO/TS 17263:2003 is specifically aimed at DSRC-type air interfaces. The requirement and test methods may not apply for Intermodal AEI systems using long range communications such as Cellular Networks or Satellite, or vicinity communication such as inductively coupled antennas. The interoperability across the air interface (reference point Delta) is outside the scope of ISO/TS 17263:2003.
The aim of ISO/TS 17263:2003 is to define, describe and specify the System Parameters related to an intermodal AEI system to provide an enabling Standard, which, whilst allowing the system specifier to determine the performance levels and operating conditions, provides a framework for interoperability. Therefore ISO/TS 17263:2003 specifies:
parameters and requirements of the identification system itself;
performance criteria necessary to ensure consistent and reliable operation of AEI systems within international transport processing;
requirements of the performance and the position of the electronic devices (tag) when installed on intermodal equipment;
requirements for the installation of readers, and performance data related to these components.

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This Pre-Standard is to establish a common framework to achieve unambiguous identification in RTTT: AVI/AEI applications.

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This Standard establishes a common framework data structure for unambiguous identification in RTTT/TICS systems. The Standard excludes any physical aspects such as interfaces. It is neither frequency nor air interface protocol specific. Data elements that form part of transmission or storage protocols such as headers, frame markers and checksums are thus excluded. The specifications for protecting against changes, classifying and qualifying security aspects of the data structure elements are not included within this Standard.

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It is the scope of this Prestandard to define generic AVI/AEI System specification for nominal AVI/AEI to provide an enabling Standard, which, whilst allowing the system specifier to determine the performance levels and operating conditions, provides a framework for nominal interoperability.

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