This document specifies a global transport data management (GTDM) framework composed of — global transport basic data model, — global transport access control data model, — global transport function monitor data model, and — sensor and control network data model to support data exchange between applications. This document defines standardized data classes in a Global Transport Data Format (GTDF), and the means to manage them. Application and role-based access control to resources in GTDF are specified in accordance with IEEE 1609.2 certificates. This document specifies GTDM as an ITS-S capability which is an optional feature (ITS-capabilities are specified in ISO 24102-6). The GT access control (GTAC) data model specifies access permissions to data and function control by defining role-based mechanisms. The GT function monitor (GTFM) data model specifies a configuration method to generate a flow logic for monitoring purposes, e.g. observing data parameters with respect of a defined limit.

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This document provides guidelines on security applicable in Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) related to communications and data access. In particular, this document provides analyses and best practice content for secure ITS connectivity using ISO/TS 21177. This document analyses and identifies issues related to application security, access control, device security and PKI for a secure ITS ecosystem.

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This document serves as a guideline explaining the concept of hybrid communications and support functionalities for Cooperative ITS services deployed in conformance with the ITS station architecture and related Cooperative ITS standards.

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This document — describes standardization activities related to C-ITS on a global level by major standard development organizations (SDOs); — explains the various purposes of deliverables from SDOs and introduces a classification scheme of such documents; — describes methods on how C-ITS services are presented and performed; — identifies an approach for C-ITS releases and exemplifies this approach; — presents a list of standards (Bibliography) with special relevance for C-ITS.

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This document specifies the in-vehicle information (IVI) data structures that are required by different intelligent transport system (ITS) services for exchanging information between ITS Stations (ITS-S). A general, extensible data structure is specified, which is split into structures called containers to accommodate current-day information. Transmitted information includes IVI such as contextual speed, road works warnings, vehicle restrictions, lane restrictions, road hazard warnings, location-based services, re-routing. The information in the containers is organized in sub-structures called data frames and data elements, which are described in terms of its content and its syntax. The data structures are specified as communications agnostic. This document does not provide the communication protocols. This document provides scenarios for usage of the data structure, e.g. in case of real time, short-range communications.

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This document specifies a generic position, velocity and time (PVT) service. It further specifies the PVT service within the ITS station (ITS-S) facilities layer (ISO 21217) and its interface to other functionalities in an ITS-S such as: — ITS-S application processes (ITS-S-APs), defined in ISO 21217; — the generic facilities service handler (FSH) functionality of the ITS station facilities layer, defined in ISO/TS 17429. This document specifies: — a PVT service which, dependent on a specific implementation, uses a variety of positioning-related sources such as global navigation satellite systems (GNSSs, e.g. GALILEO, GLONASS and GPS), roadside infrastructure, cellular infrastructure, kinematic state sensors, vision sensors; — a PVT service which merges data from the above-mentioned positioning-related sources and provides the PVT output parameters (carrying the PVT information) including the associated quality (e.g. accuracy); — how the PVT service is integrated as an ITS-S capability of the ITS station facilities layer; — the interface function calls and responses (Service Access Point ? service primitives) between the PVT ITS-S capability and other functionalities of the ITS station architecture; — optionally, the PVT service as a capability of the ITS-S facilities layer; see ISO 24102-6; — an ASN.1 module C-itsPvt, providing ASN.1 type and value definitions (in Annex A); — an implementation conformance statement proforma (in Annex B), as a basis for assessment of conformity to this document. NOTE It is outside the scope of this document to define the associated conformance evaluation test procedures.

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This document specifies a methodology to define ITS-S communication profiles (ITS-SCPs) based on standardized communication protocols to interconnect trusted devices. These profiles enable secure information exchange between such trusted devices, including secure low-latency information exchange, in different configurations. The present document also normatively specifies some ITS-SCPs based on the methodology, yet without the intent of covering all possible cases, in order to exemplify the methodology. Configurations of trusted devices for which this document defines ITS-SCPs include: a) ITS station communication units (ITS-SCU) of the same ITS station unit (ITS-SU), i.e. station-internal communications; b) an ITS-SU and an external entity such as a sensor and control network (SCN), or a service in the Internet; c) ITS-SUs. Other ITS-SCPs can be specified at a later stage. The specifications given in this document can also be applied to unsecured communications and can be applied to groupcast communications as well.

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This document contains specifications for a set of ITS station security services required to ensure the authenticity of the source and integrity of information exchanged between trusted entities: — devices operated as bounded secured managed entities, i.e. "ITS Station Communication Units" (ITS-SCU) and "ITS station units" (ITS-SU) specified in ISO 21217, and — between ITS-SUs (composed of one or several ITS-SCUs) and external trusted entities such as sensor and control networks. These services include authentication and secure session establishment which are required to exchange information in a trusted and secure manner. These services are essential for many ITS applications and services including time-critical safety applications, automated driving, remote management of ITS stations (ISO 24102-2[5]), and roadside/infrastructure related services.

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This document defines the message, data structures, and data elements to support exchanges between the roadside equipment and vehicles to address applications to improve safety, mobility and environmental efficiency. In order to verify that the defined messages will satisfy these applications, a systems engineering process has been employed that traces use cases to requirements and requirements to messages and data concepts. This document consists of a single document that contains the base specification and a series of annexes. The base specification lists the derived information requirements (labelled informative) and references to other standards for message definitions where available. Annex A contains descriptions of the use cases addressed by this document. Annexes B and C contain traceability matrices that relate use cases to requirements and requirements to the message definitions (i.e. data frames and data elements). The next annexes list the base message requirements and application-oriented specific requirements (requirements traceability matrix) that map to the message and data concepts to be implemented. As such, an implementation consists of the base plus an additional group of extensions within this document. Details on information requirements, for other than SPaT, MAP, SSM, and SRM messages are provided in other International Standards. The focus of this document is to specify the details of the SPaT, MAP, SSM, and SRM supporting the use cases defined in this document. Adoption of these messages varies by region and their adoption can occur over a significant time period. This document covers the interface between roadside equipment and vehicles. Applications, their internal algorithms, and the logical distribution of application functionality over any specific system architecture are outside the scope of this document.

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This document provides the Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS) pro forma for conformance test specification for the Contextual Speed Information Service as defined in ISO/TS 17426:2016 in accordance with the relevant requirements and in accordance with the relevant guidance given in ISO/IEC 9646-7.

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This document contains a detailed description of the (actor invariant) roles (3.22) and responsibilities (3.21) required to deploy and operate Cooperative-ITS (C-ITS) (3.8). The organization/organization of actors / roles described in this document are designed to be appropriate for any fully operational system that uses the C-ITS concepts and techniques in order to achieve its service provision. This document is presented in terms of an organizational or enterprise viewpoint (3.10) as defined in ISO/IEC 10746-1. This document is for all types of road traffic of all classes, and for any other actors involved in the provision of applications and services which use C-ITS techniques to achieve service provision. The description of roles is technology agnostic and, in terms of C-ITS, agnostic in respect of communication modes and embraces vehicle-vehicle communications, vehicle-infrastructure communications and infrastructure-infrastructure communications. This document provides a methodology for the identification of service specific roles and their corresponding responsibilities based on a process oriented approach. Additionally, the methodology is used to identify the roles and responsibilities for C-ITS in general. Both the methodology as well as the roles and responsibilities for C-ITS are deduced from ISO/IEC 10746-1, ISO/IEC 10746-2, ISO/IEC 10746-3, the reference model of Open Distributed Processing. Open Distributed Processing offers five viewpoints of which the enterprise viewpoint corresponds with the organizational architecture and its roles and responsibilities. To limit the scope of the document to the core of C-ITS, the roles are separated into external and internal. Considered to be internal are all roles that are highly relevant for the purpose of achieving service provision by means of C-ITS. Considered to be external are all roles involved in C-ITS, but not set up only for the purpose of C-ITS. This document provides a description of a high-level architectural viewpoint on C-ITS. It is designed to be used as a blueprint when implementing service provision systems that use C-ITS, and the corresponding organizational structures. The characteristics of C-ITS entail a huge number of data/ information exchanges. Therefore the implementation stringently respects privacy and data protection as it is defined in ISO/TR 12859 and in national laws and regulations (where instantiated). Privacy and data protection affects all roles defined in this document due to these characteristics and all actors occupying roles in C-ITS respects the corresponding standards and regulations.

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This document: —   describes the functionality of a "Local Dynamic Map" (LDM) in the context of the "Bounded Secured Managed Domain" (BSMD); —   specifies: —   general characteristics of LDM Data Objects (LDM-DOs) that may be stored in an LDM, i.e. information on real objects such as vehicles, road works sections, slow traffic sections, special weather condition sections, etc. which are as a minimum requirement location-referenced and time-referenced; —   service access point functions providing interfaces in an ITS station (ITS-S) to access an LDM for: —   secure add, update and delete access for ITS-S application processes; —   secure read access (query) for ITS-S application processes; —   secure notifications (upon subscription) to ITS-S application processes; —   management access: —   secure registration, de-registration and revocation of ITS-S application processes at LDM; —   secure subscription and cancellation of subscriptions of ITS-S application processes; —   procedures in an LDM considering: —   means to maintain the content and integrity of the data store; —   mechanisms supporting several LDMs in a single ITS station unit.

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This document — describes and specifies globally unique addresses and identifiers (ITS-S object identifiers) which are both internal and external to ITS stations and are used for ITS station management, — describes how ITS-S object identifiers and related technical parameters are used for classification, registration and management of ITS applications and ITS application classes, — describes how ITS-S object identifiers are used in the ITS communication protocol stack, — introduces an organizational framework for registration and management of ITS-S objects, — defines and specifies management procedures at a high functional level, — is based on the architecture of an ITS station specified in ISO 21217:2014 as a Bounded Secured Managed Domain (BSMD), — specifies an ASN.1 module for the identifiers, addresses, and registry records identified in this document, and — specifies an ASN.1 module for a C-ITS Data Dictionary containing ASN.1 type definitions of general interest.

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This document — specifies communication service parameters presented by ITS station (ITS-S) application processes to the ITS-S management in support of automatic selection of ITS-S communication profiles in an ITS station unit (ITS-SU), — specifies related procedures for the static and dynamic ITS-S communication profile selection processes at a high functional level, — provides an illustration of objectives used to estimate an optimum ITS-S communication profile.

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ISO/TS 20026:2017 specifies an extension of the ETSI C-ITS test architecture for conformance testing of protocols and applications in ITS station units. It specifies usage of the ITS station-internal management communication protocol (IICP) for the purpose of connecting an ITS test system to an implementation under test (IUT) residing in a system under test (SUT).

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ISO/TS 17429:2017 specifies generic mechanisms enabling the exchange of information between ITS stations for applications related to Intelligent Transport Systems. It complies with the ITS station reference architecture (ISO 21217) and defines the following ITS station facilities layer functionalities: - Communication Profile Handler (CPH); - Content Subscription Handler (CSH); - Facilities Services Handler (FSH). These functionalities are used by ITS-S application processes (ITS-S-AP) to communicate with other ITS-S application processes and share information. These functionalities describe - how lower-layer communication services assigned to a given data flow are applied to the service data units at the various layers in the communication protocol stack (CPH, see 6.2.3), - how content from data dictionaries can be published and subscribed to by ITS-S application processes (CSH, see 6.2.5), - how well-known ITS station facilities layer and management services can be applied to application process data units (FSH, see 6.2.4), relieving (ITS-S) application processes from having to implement these services on their own, - how service access points (SAP) primitives specified in ISO 24102‑3 are used, - service primitives for the exchange of information between ITS-S application processes and the ITS station facilities layer (FA-SAP), and - a set of communication requirements and objectives (profiles) using the methods defined in ISO/TS 17423 to select the level of performance (best effort or real-time, etc.), confidence and security (authentication, encryption, etc.) for information exchange between ITS stations, such as data provision, event notification, roadside configuration, map update.

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ISO/TS 17425:2016 specifies the In-Vehicle Signage service and application that delivers In-Vehicle Signage information to ITS stations (vehicle ITS stations or personal ITS stations devices) concerning road and traffic conditions, qualified by road authorities/operators, in a consistent way with road authority's/operator's requirements, in the manner that is coherent with the information that would be displayed on a road sign or variable message sign (VMS). NOTE A Variable Message Sign is also named dynamic message sign. Both terms are considered as synonyms and can be used interchangeably. In the text below, only variable message sign and its abbreviated term VMS are used. ISO/TS 17425:2016 defines the following: - the In-Vehicle Signage service and the In-Vehicle Signage application that instantiates this ITS service; - the requirements to be fulfilled by the In-Vehicle Signage service; - the requirements for using functions provided by the ITS station facilities layer supporting the use of the In-Vehicle Signage service; - the ITS-S application processes in the different ITS station, that instantiate the In-Vehicle Signage ITS service. ISO/TS 17425:2016 also specifies: the sets of communication requirements and objectives (profiles) using the methods defined in ISO/TS 17423 to select the level of performance (best effort or real-time, etc.), confidence and security (authentication, encryption, etc.) for each communication flow between ITS stations in the scope of the In-Vehicle Signage service. This Technical Specification defines the selection of relevant functions and procedures provided by the ITS station facilities layer (ISO/TS 17429) and defines the message structure, content, syntax, atomic elements to be used by the In-Vehicle Signage application. NOTE This application is colloquially called "In-Vehicle Signage". The In-Vehicle Signage service includes the on-board information management. This management ensures contextual coherence of the end-user ITS service (e.g. vehicle characteristics, message priority, etc. avoiding amongst others things the presentation of conflicting information to end-users). The production of information supporting the In-Vehicle Signage application, its qualification, and its relevance are out of the scope of this Technical Specification. ISO/TS 17425:2016 does not specify the design of in-vehicle Human Machine Interfaces (HMI), but it does specify requirements that such interfaces shall be capable of supporting in order to permit the correct dissemination and use of information provided by the In-Vehicle Signage service.

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ISO/TS 17426:2016 - specifies the Contextual Speed Information Service, namely the general requirements regarding the provision of the Contextual Speed Information Service, the data flow supporting the service, and the presentation of the service result, - specifies the requirements to be fulfilled by the Contextual Speed Information Service, - specifies the ITS Station (ITS-S) application processes of the vehicle ITS station, roadside ITS station, central ITS station, and personal ITS station that are required to instantiate the Contextual Speed Information Service, - specifies sets of communication requirements and objectives (profiles) using the methods defined in ISO 17423 to select the level of performance (best effort or real-time, etc.), confidence and security (authentication, encryption, etc.) for each Contextual Speed Information Service communication flow between ITS stations, - selects relevant functions and procedures provided by the ITS station facilities layer (see ISO 17429), and - specifies messages, messages sets structure, content, and syntax to be used by the Contextual Speed Information Service. ISO/TS 17426:2016 considers the scenario for the transmission of Contextual Speed information from the infrastructure/roadside to the vehicle, for onward presentation to the vehicle's driver. This scenario foresees that the calculation of Contextual Speed information is performed on the Infrastructure side, not within the vehicle. Mandatory speed limits or advisory speed recommendations are output of the Contextual Speed Information Service which (in the scenario considered in this Technical Specification) is run by the Road Operator in its Traffic Control Centre or comparable infrastructure (e.g. Roadside ITS Station). To transfer this information to the vehicle (and therefore the driver) over the air (wireless communication), defined messages are required. These messages are specified in this Technical Specification. When Contextual Speed information arrives in the vehicle, further pre-processing might be necessary before the Contextual Speed information, and, if available, additional explanations on speed limits or recommendations, can be presented to the driver. This Technical Specification specifies the requirements that need to be fulfilled when processing the messages. It does not specify how the vehicle handles the incoming messages. The production of information supporting this application, its qualification and its relevance are out of the scope of this Technical Specification. ISO/TS 17426:2016 addresses Use Case 1 "Provision of mandatory speed limit information into vehicle ? for driver awareness purposes" and Use Case 2 "Provision of advisory speed information into vehicle ? for driver awareness purposes".

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ISO 17427-2:2015 characterizes and provides an overview of the framework which enables collaborative and cooperative ITS to operate and defines the characteristics and components of a Cooperative-ITS (C-ITS), its context and relevance for ITS service provision, and provides references to International Standards deliverables where specific aspects of C-ITS are defined. The objective of this Technical Report is to raise awareness of and consideration of such issues and to give pointers, where appropriate, to International Standards deliverables existing that provide for all or some of these aspects. This Technical Report does not provide specifications for solutions of these issues. ISO 17427-2:2015 is agnostic in respect of technology and operates with whatever communications and hardware technologies can support its functionalities. NOTE Other deliverables in this family of C-ITS standards will define specific aspects of technology and behaviour and the roles and responsibilities within the context of C-ITS.

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The scope of ISO/TR 17427-10:2015 is, as an informative document, to identify potential critical driver distraction (2.4) and information display issues that C-ITS service provision may introduce, to consider strategies for how to identify, control, limit or mitigate such issues. The objective of this Technical Report is to raise awareness of and consideration of such issues and to give pointers, where appropriate, to existing standards deliverables that provide specifications for all or some of these aspects. This Technical Report does not provide specifications for solutions of these issues. Existing rules (2.12) govern the use of technology inside vehicles to reduce driver distraction.

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The scope of this ISO/TR 17427-7:2015 is as an informative document to identify potential critical privacy issues that C-ITS service provision may introduce; to consider strategies for how to control, limit or mitigate such privacy issues; and to give pointers, where appropriate, to standards deliverables existing that provide specifications for all or some of these aspect and to limit the risk of exposure to the financial consequences of privacy issues. The objective of ISO/TR 17427-7:2015 is to raise awareness of and consideration of such issues. This Technical Report does not provide specifications for solutions of these issues.

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ISO 17427-9:2015 identifies potential critical compliance and enforcement aspects issues that C-ITS service provision may face or introduce; to consider strategies for how to identify, control, limit or mitigate such issues. The objective of this Technical Report is to raise awareness of and consideration of such issues and to give pointers, where appropriate, to standards deliverables existing that provide specifications for all or some of these aspects. This Technical Report does not provide specifications for solutions of these issues.

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The scope of ISO/TR 17427-8:2015 is an informative document to identify potential critical liability issues that C-ITS service provision may introduce; to consider strategies for how to control, limit or mitigate such liability issues; and to give pointers, where appropriate, to standards deliverables existing that provide specifications for all or some of these aspects, and to limit the risk of exposure to the financial consequences of liability issues. The objective of ISO/TR 17427-8:2015 is to raise awareness of and consideration of such issues. This Technical Report does not provide specifications for solutions of these issues.

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ISO/TR 17427-3:2015 provides the high-level generic requirements for the "Concept of operations" for a ?Core System' (CorSys) (3.10) to support C-ITS service delivery. It is intended as an input to the planning and development elaboration of core functions that will support the deployment of cooperative intelligent transport systems (C-ITS) in a connected vehicle-highway paradigm The objective of ISO/TR 17427-3:2015 is to raise awareness of and consideration of such issues and to give pointers, where appropriate, to standards existing that provide specifications for all or some of these aspects. This Technical Report does not provide specifications for solutions of these issues. ISO/TR 17427-3:2015 is agnostic in respect of technology and operates with whatever (and probably multiple) communications technologies and hardware technologies that can support its functionalities.

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The scope of ISO/TR 17427-6:2015 is to identify critical technical and financial risks that can impact the core system deployment supporting C-ITS vehicle and highway systems service provision and to provide means to evaluate such risks. ISO/TR 17427-6:2015 is designed to embrace C-ITS vehicle and highway systems where there is some institutional involvement and support, by the direct or indirect provision of core system support, and it is the risks associated with the deployment of ?Core Systems' that provide the focus of this Technical Report. ISO/TR 17427-6:2015 does not provide a calculated ?global' risk assessment for C-ITS, but identifies the principal causes of risk, and provides a consistent methodology for a jurisdiction, core system operator, or application service provider, to assess the risks that they face. The objective of this Technical Report is to raise awareness of and consideration of such issues and to give pointers, where appropriate, to standards deliverables existing that provide specifications for all or some of these aspects. This Technical Report does not provide specifications for solutions of these issues.

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The scope of ISO/TR 17427-4:2015 is, as an informative document, to identify potential critical minimum system requirements and behaviour for core systems issues that C-ITS service provision may face or introduce, to consider strategies for how to identify, control, limit or mitigate such issues. The objective of this Technical Report is to raise awareness of and consideration of such issues and to give pointers, where appropriate, to subject areas and, where available, to existing standards deliverables that provide specifications for all or some of these aspects. This Technical Report does not provide specifications for solutions of these issues.

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ISO/TR 17424:2015 surveys the status of Local Dynamic Map (LDM) regarding architecture, implementation, and standardization efforts. It summarizes the high level architectures of the most important implementations and compares it with the CEN/ETSI/ISO ITS-Station architecture. ISO/TR 17424:2015 derives out of the application needs the requirements for a global LDM concept in terms of functionality, technical and legal aspects. A gap analysis with existing specification and standards will be performed and recommendations towards SDOs and decision bodies will be made. ISO/TR 17424:2015 does not give any decision on how or whether one of the solutions described is commercially feasible to be considered as an implementable offer to the user. ISO/TR 17424:2015 considers the most important documents and research projects to the knowledge of the authors, but does not claim to be complete or free of any mistakes.

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ISO/TS 19091:2017 defines the message, data structures, and data elements to support exchanges between the roadside equipment and vehicles to address applications to improve safety, mobility and environmental efficiency. In order to verify that the defined messages will satisfy these applications, a systems engineering process has been employed that traces use cases to requirements and requirements to messages and data concepts. This document consists of a single document that contains the base specification and a series of annexes. The base specification lists the derived information requirements (labelled informative) and references to other standards for message definitions where available. Annex A contains descriptions of the use cases addressed by this document. Annex B and Annex C contain traceability matrices that relate use cases to requirements and requirements to the message definitions (i.e. data frames and data elements). The next annexes list the base message requirements and application-oriented specific requirements (requirements traceability matrix) that map to the message and data concepts to be implemented. As such, an implementation consists of the base plus an additional group of extensions within this document. Details on information requirements, for other than SPaT, MAP, SSM, and SRM messages are provided in other International Standards. The focus of this document is to specify the details of the SPaT, MAP, SSM, and SRM supporting the use cases defined in this document. Adoption of these messages varies by region and their adoption may occur over a significant time period. ISO/TS 19091:2017 covers the interface between roadside equipment and vehicles. Applications, their internal algorithms, and the logical distribution of application functionality over any specific system architecture are outside the scope of this document.

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This Technical Specification —   describes the functionality of a “Local Dynamic Map” (LDM) in the context of the “Bounded Secured Managed Domain” (BSMD), and —   specifies —   general characteristics of LDM Data Objects (LDM-DOs) that may be stored in an LDM, i.e. information on real objects such as vehicles, road works sections, slow traffic sections, special weather condition sections, etc. which are as a minimum requirement location-referenced and time-referenced, —   service access point functions providing interfaces in an ITS station (ITS-S) to access an LDM for —   secure add, update, and delete access for ITS-S application processes, —   secure read access (query) for ITS-S application processes, —   secure notifications (upon subscription) to ITS-S application processes, and —   management access, —   secure registration, de-registration, and revocation of ITS-S application processes at LDM, and —   secure subscription and cancellation of subscriptions of ITS-S application processes, —   procedures in an LDM considering —   means to maintain the content and integrity of the data store, and —   mechanisms supporting several LDMs in a single ITS station unit.

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ISO/TS 19321:2015 specifies the in-vehicle information (IVI) data structures that are required by different ITS services (for example, refer to ISO/TS 17425 and ISO/TS 17426) for exchanging information between ITS Stations. A general, extensible data structure is specified (see Clause 5). This is split into structures called containers to accommodate current-day information (see Clause 6). Transmitted information includes IVI such as contextual speed, road works warnings, vehicle restrictions, lane restrictions, road hazards warnings, location-based services, re-routing, etc. The information in the containers is organized in sub-structures called data frames and data elements which are described in terms of its content (see Clause 7) and its syntax (see Annex A). The data structures are specified as communications agnostic. This Technical Specification does not provide the communication protocols. This Technical Specification then provides scenarios for usage of the data structure, e.g. in case of real time, short-range communications.

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ISO/TS 17427:2014 describes the (actor invariant) roles and responsibilities required to deploy and operate Cooperative-ITS (C-ITS). The organizational architecture described in this document is to be used for a fully operational system. ISO/TS 17427:2014 is couched in terms of an organizational or enterprise viewpoint, as defined in ISO/IEC 10746 Open Distributed Processing. ISO/TS 17427:2014 is applicable to all types of road traffic of all classes. The description of roles is completely technology agnostic and, in terms of C-ITS communication modes, embraces vehicle-vehicle communications, vehicle-infrastructure communications and infrastructure-infrastructure communications. ISO/TS 17427:2014 provides a methodology for the identification of service specific roles and their corresponding responsibilities based on a process oriented approach. Additionally, the defined methodology is used to identify the roles and responsibilities for C-ITS, in general. Both the methodology, as well as, the roles and responsibilities for C-ITS are deduced from the reference model: Open Distributed Processing (ISO/IEC 10746). Open Distributed Processing offers five viewpoints of which the enterprise viewpoint corresponds with the organizational architecture and the roles and responsibilities. ISO/TS 17427:2014 separates C-ITS roles into 'external' and 'internal'. Those considered to be internal are all roles set up for the sole purpose of C-ITS and those considered to be external are all roles involved in C-ITS but not set up for the sole purpose of C-ITS. ISO/TS 17427:2014 describes high-level architectural viewpoint on C-ITS. It can be used as a blueprint when implementing C-ITS and the corresponding organizational structures. The characteristics of C-ITS entail a huge number of data/information exchanges. Therefore, the implementation of the organizational architecture stringently needs to respect privacy and data protection, as defined in ISO/TR 12859 and in the national laws and regulations (where instantiated). Privacy and data protection affect all roles defined in this Technical Specification and due to these characteristics, all actors occupying roles in C-ITS need to respect the corresponding standards and regulations.

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ISO/TS 17419:2014 illustrates and specifies "Global Classification and Management of ITS Applications" (GCMA). It is based on the ITS station and communication architecture described in ISO 21217. It describes and specifies globally unique addresses and identifiers (ITS-S object identifiers) which are both internal and external to ITS stations and are used for ITS station management, describes how ITS-S object identifiers and related technical parameters are used for classification, registration and management of ITS applications and ITS application classes and how ITS-S object identifiers are used in the ITS communication protocol stack, introduces an organizational framework for registration and management of ITS-S objects, and defines and specifies management procedures at a high functional level.

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ISO/TS 17423:2014 specifies communication service parameters presented by ITS-S station (ITS_S) application processes to the ITS-S management in support of automatic selection of ITS-S communication profiles in an ITS station unit (ITS-SU) and related related procedures for the static and dynamic ITS-S communication profile selection processes at a high functional level, and provides an illustration of objectives used to estimate an optimum ITS-S communication profile.

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