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Komité: CEN/TC 296 (Tanks for the transport of dangerous goods)
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Sluttdato: 5. aug 2021
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This European Standard specifies the data structure needed for tour management, scheduling orders of measured and unmeasured products online to the truck. Processed orders are transferred back to the host in the office at once or later every time the truck is online. It specifies the transfer of commercial and logistic data between transport vehicle equipment, on board computer of the tank vehicle and stationary facilities for all communication channels between these parties. This document should only be used in conjunction with EN 15969-1 and should not modify or override any of the requirements of EN 15969-1.
Komité: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 42 (Artificial intelligence)
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Sluttdato: 12. aug 2021
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Komité: CEN/TC 296 (Tanks for the transport of dangerous goods)
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Sluttdato: 12. aug 2021
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This document specifies data protocols and data format for the interfaces between electronic equipment (TVE), on-board computer (OBC) of the tank vehicle and stationary equipment for all interconnecting communication paths. This document specifies the basic protocol FTL used in the communication (basic protocol layer), the format and structure of FTL-data to be transmitted (data protocol layer) and describes the content of the FTL-data. This data protocol may be used for other application e.g. between stationary tank equipment and offices.
Komité: SN/K 175 (Intelligente transportsystemer (ITS))
Opprinnelse: SN
Sluttdato: 16. sep 2021
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Service Interface for Real Time Information (SIRI) is a specification for an interface that allows systems running computer applications to exchange information about the planned, current or projected performance of the public transport operations. The scope of this WI is to update CEN/EN 15531-1:2015 which allows pairs of server computers to exchange structured real-time information about schedules, vehicles, and connections, together with general informational messages related to the operation of the services. The information can be used for many different purposes, for example: • To provide real time-departure from stop information for display on stops, internet and mobile delivery systems; • To provide real-time progress information about individual vehicles; • To manage the movement of buses roaming between areas covered by different servers; • To manage the synchronisation of guaranteed connections between fetcher and feeder services; • To exchange planned and real-time timetable updates; • To distribute status messages about the operation of the services; • To provide performance information to operational history and other management systems. Implementations SIRI have revealed a number of improvements and some minor enhancements necessary for a successful and uniform usage of the specification in the future. The main elements out of this work item will be: o Prepare an updated edition of the TS as a document o Update the common XSD of SIRI parts 1-5 The new work item will consider the projects of o PT companies and IT-suppliers especially in Switzerland, Germany, France, Netherlands and Sweden o Railway traffic o accessibility in public transport
Komité: SN/K 175 (Intelligente transportsystemer (ITS))
Opprinnelse: SN
Sluttdato: 16. sep 2021
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Service Interface for Real Time Information (SIRI) is a specification for an interface that allows systems running computer applications to exchange information about the planned, current or projected performance of the public transport operations. The scope of this WI is to update CEN/EN 15531-2:2015 which allows pairs of server computers to exchange structured real-time information about schedules, vehicles, and connections, together with general informational messages related to the operation of the services. The information can be used for many different purposes, for example: • To provide real time-departure from stop information for display on stops, internet and mobile delivery systems; • To provide real-time progress information about individual vehicles; • To manage the movement of buses roaming between areas covered by different servers; • To manage the synchronisation of guaranteed connections between fetcher and feeder services; • To exchange planned and real-time timetable updates; • To distribute status messages about the operation of the services; • To provide performance information to operational history and other management systems. Implementations SIRI have revealed a number of improvements and some minor enhancements necessary for a successful and uniform usage of the specification in the future. The main elements out of this work item will be: o Prepare an updated edition of the TS as a document o Update the common XSD of SIRI parts 1-5 The new work item will consider the projects of o PT companies and IT-suppliers especially in Switzerland, Germany, France, Netherlands and Sweden o Railway traffic o accessibility in public transport
Komité: SN/K 175 (Intelligente transportsystemer (ITS))
Opprinnelse: SN
Sluttdato: 16. sep 2021
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Service Interface for Real Time Information (SIRI) is a specification for an interface that allows systems running computer applications to exchange information about the planned, current or projected performance of the public transport operations. The scope of this WI is to update CEN/EN 15531-3:2015 which allows pairs of server computers to exchange structured real-time information about schedules, vehicles, and connections, together with general informational messages related to the operation of the services. The information can be used for many different purposes, for example: • To provide real time-departure from stop information for display on stops, internet and mobile delivery systems; • To provide real-time progress information about individual vehicles; • To manage the movement of buses roaming between areas covered by different servers; • To manage the synchronisation of guaranteed connections between fetcher and feeder services; • To exchange planned and real-time timetable updates; • To distribute status messages about the operation of the services; • To provide performance information to operational history and other management systems. Implementations SIRI have revealed a number of improvements and some minor enhancements necessary for a successful and uniform usage of the specification in the future. The main elements out of this work item will be: o Prepare an updated edition of the TS as a document o Update the common XSD of SIRI parts 1-5 The new work item will consider the projects of o PT companies and IT-suppliers especially in Switzerland, Germany, France, Netherlands and Sweden o Railway traffic o accessibility in public transport