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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).
|Nederlandse titel||Intelligente transportsystemen - Automatische identificatie van wegvoertuigen en -materieel - Nummering en datastructuren|
|Engelse titel||Intelligent transport systems - Automatic vehicle and equipment identification - Numbering and data structures|