BS EN 62267:2009 - Railway applications. Automated urban guided transport (AUGT). Safety requirements

BS EN 62267:2009

Railway applications. Automated urban guided transport (AUGT). Safety requirements

Status : Current   Published : January 2010



IEC 62267:2009 covers high-level safety requirements applicable to automated urban guided transport systems, with driverless or unattended self-propelled trains, operating on an exclusive guideway. Deals with the safety requirements needed to compensate for the absence of a driver or attendant staff who would otherwise be responsible for some or all of train operation functions, depending on the level of automation of the system.

Standard NumberBS EN 62267:2009
TitleRailway applications. Automated urban guided transport (AUGT). Safety requirements
Publication Date31 January 2010
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 50129:2003, EN 50126-1:1999, IEC 62278:2002, EN 61508, EN 50122-1:1997, IEC 62425, EN 50126-1:1999/Corrigendum:2006, EN 62290-1:2006, IEC 62290-1, EN 50128, EN 50121
Informative References(Provided for Information)ASCE 21.3-08, IEC 62236, IEC 62279, IEC 61508, IEC 62128-1, ASCE 21.2-08, EN 50129:2002, ASCE 21.4-08, ASCE 21-05, EN 50238, IEEE Std. 1474.1-2004
ReplacesDD IEC/PAS 62267:2005
International RelationshipsEN 62267:2009,IEC 62267:2009
DescriptorsComputer applications, Automatic control systems, Railways, Rail transport, Urban railways, Passenger transport, Rail safety, Railway control systems, Equipment safety, Transportation safety, Railway engineering, Passengers, Railway vehicles Railway applications
Title in FrenchApplications ferroviaires. Transports guidés urbains automatiques (AUGT). Exigences de sécurité
Title in GermanBahnanwendungen. Automatischer städtischer schienengebundener Personennahverkehr (AUGT). Sicherheitsanforderungen
ISBN978 0 580 63238 9
File Size1.508 MB

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