BS ISO 17386:2010 - Transport information and control systems. Manoeuvring aids for low speed operation (MALSO). Performance requirements and test procedures – BSI British Standards

BS ISO 17386:2010

Transport information and control systems. Manoeuvring aids for low speed operation (MALSO). Performance requirements and test procedures

Status : Current, Under review   Published : June 2010

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BS ISO 17386:2010 Transport information and control systems. Manoeuvring aids for low speed operation (MALSO). Performance requirements and test procedures

BS ISO 17386 is an International Standard which addresses light-duty vehicles, e.g. passenger cars, pick-up trucks, light vans and sport utility vehicles (motorcycles excluded) equipped with MALSO systems.

It specifies minimum functionality requirements which the driver can generally expect of the device, i.e. detection of and information on the presence of relevant obstacles within a defined (short) detection range. It defines minimum requirements for failure indication as well as performance test procedures; it includes rules for the general information strategy but does not restrict the kind of information or display system.

MALSO systems use object-detection devices (sensors) for ranging in order to provide the driver with information based on the distance to obstacles. The sensing technology is not addressed; however, technology affects the performance-test procedures set up in BS ISO 17386. The current test objects are defined based on systems using ultrasonic sensors, which reflect the most commonly used technology at the time of publishing. For other sensing technologies possibly coming up in the future, these test objects shall be checked and changed if required.

Visibility-enhancement systems like video-camera aids without distance ranging and warning are not covered by this International Standard.

Reversing aids and obstacle-detection devices on heavy commercial vehicles are not addressed by BS ISO 17386; requirements for those systems are defined in ISO/TR 12155.

Contents of BS ISO 17386:

Foreword
Introduction
1 Scope
2 Normative references
3 Terms and definitions
4 Classification
5 Functional and performance requirements
5.1 System activation
5.2 Driver interface and information strategy
5.3 Dynamic performance of object detection
5.4 Monitoring range coverage
5.5 Self-test capabilities and failure indication
5.6 Operation with trailers
6 Requirements and tests components
7 Operational test of obstacle detection
7.1 Test object
7.2 General ambient conditions
7.3 Test procedure
Annex A (informative) Test methods
Bibliography

 




Standard NumberBS ISO 17386:2010
TitleTransport information and control systems. Manoeuvring aids for low speed operation (MALSO). Performance requirements and test procedures
StatusCurrent, Under review
Publication Date30 June 2010
Confirm Date28 October 2015
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 16750, ISO 15006, ISO 2575, ISO 15008:2017
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO/TR 12155
ReplacesBS ISO 17386:2004
International RelationshipsISO 17386:2010
Draft Superseded By08/30185306 DC
DescriptorsSafety devices, Warning devices, Information exchange, Vehicle components, Navigation, Performance testing, Visual signals, Acoustic signals, Alarm systems, Parking, Vehicle controls, Motor vehicles, Probes, Road vehicles
ICS43.040.15
Title in FrenchSystèmes d'information et de commande des transports. Aides à la conduite pour manoeuvre à vitesse réduite (MALSO). Exigences de performance et modes opératoires
CommitteeEPL/278
ISBN978 0 580 63742 1
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages32
File Size1.559 MB
Price£186.00


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