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TA 17 Multimedia systems and equipment for cars
62943 PT 63005 Event video data recorder for road vehcle accidents
62943 PT 63033 Car multimedia systems and equipment – Drive monitor system
AC Adaptor PNW 100-3188 Configurable Car Infotainment Service(CCIS) : Part 1 - General
TA 17
Title

Multimedia systems and equipment for cars

Scope

To develop international publications addressing aspects of audio, video and multimedia systems and equipment used by car drivers and/or passengers. Specific aspects to be addressed include:
• Requirements for systems and equipment for infotainment of driving and event monitoring and recording, driving assistance and other multimedia applications in the car,
• Standardization to address the identified requirements,
• User Interfaces, interfaces and networks, protocols, data formats, criteria, evaluation methods and control mechanisms for above systems and equipment.

Members
Technical Area Manager Mr J. Yoshio JP  
Technical Secretary Dr. O-W. Nam KR  
Project leaders
Dr J-Y. Lee KR PT 63005-1
Mr S. Kawanishi JP PT 63033-1, -3
Ms H. Kawamoto JP PT 63033-2
     
Liaison representatives


   

   

   
Web site tba
PT 63005 Ed. 1.0
Title

Event video data recorder for road vehcle accidents
Part 1: Basic requirements
Part 2: Measurement methods for basic functions

Scope

Part 1: This international standard specifies the basic functions and requirements for video data recorder which is used in recording car accident information,especially video data and additional linformation of predetermined period before and after such events.This video recorder is distinguished from electronic tachographs dedicated to speed and time, and from systems for recording vehicle's behavior information and driver-controlled input.
Part 2: This part of IEC 63005 describes the methods to test and measure the basic functionalities and requirements of EVDR.

Members
Project leader Dr J-Y Lee KR  
Experts Ms Q. Qi
CN  
Mr J. Woodgate UK  
Mr J. Yoshio JP  
Mr S-B Ryu KR  
Dr O-W Nam KR  
     
     
     
Liaison representative      
Current Stage

Part 1: PPUB 100/2947/RVC (IS published in 2017-08-09)
Part 2: CD 100/3094/CD (Closing date: 2018-06-22)

Web site tba
 
PT 63033 Ed. 1.0
Title

Car multimedia systems and equipment – Drive monitor system
Part 1 (TS): General
Part 2 (IS): Camera interfaces and recording methods
Part 3 (IS): Measurement methods

Scope

Part 1: This Technical Specification specifies the model for generating the surrounding visual image of drive monitor system which provides vehicle users its visual image. Drive monitor system is specified by the function of the audio visual monitoring and recording as car multimedia systems and equipment.
Part 2: This lnternational Standard specifies the information sets which is provided by drive monitor system, and recording methods for that information and visual images.
Part 3: This lnternaional Standard specifies the mesurement methods of surrounding visual image for drive monitor system.

Members
Project leaders Mr S. Kawanishi JP Part 1 and 3
Ms H. Kawamoto JP Part 2
Experts Mr G. Henninger
DE  
Dr K. Grant UK  
Mr J. Yoshio JP  
Ms H. Kawamoto JP  
Dr J-Y Lee KR  
Ms Q. Qi CN  
     
     
Liaison representative      
Current Stage Part 1: PPUB  (TS published: 2017-05-10)
Part 2: PPUB 100/3134/RVC (IS published: 2018-11-28)
Part 3: CCDV 100/3147/CDV (Voting close: 2019-01-18)
Web site tba
 
PNW 100-3188
Title

Configurable Car Infotainment Service(CCIS) : Part 1 - General

Scope

The car infotainment systems typically include radio/CD players and two-way communications tools such as hands-free phone connections. As such, a variety of multimedia devices and contents are used for the car infotainment systems, and it is expected that the emerging car infotainment systems in the future can provide more various multimedia services, such as the in-vehicle voice commands and the other types of interactive audios or videos. In addition, more smart and intelligent devices will be included into the car infotainment systems in the future. From these observations, there is a crucial need on the standardization of car infotainment services which can provide more enhanced services so that users can easily manage and control devices as well as contents within a car for car infotainment systems. The purpose of this project (Configurable Car Infotainment Services: CCIS) is to develop a series of standards with which users can manage and control the car infotainment devices as well as contents within a car more easily. More specifically, the CCIS project consists of the following four parts:

- Part 1 (general) describes the general considerations of CCIS, which includes the CCIS system model and the types of CCIS users with the associated service flows

 

Members
Project leaders Mr Juyoung Park KR  
     
Experts      
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
Liaison representative      
Current Stage Part 1: NP 100/3188/NP (Voting close: 2019-02-22)
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PT 100-9, IEC TR 63038 Ed 1
Title

Stage 0 project on multimedia car systems and equipment

Scope

develop a Technical Report on the conceptual model of standardization for multimedia car systems and equipment

Members
Co-Project leaders Mr J. Yoshio JP  
Dr J-Y Lee KR  
Experts Ms U. Haltrich
DE  
Mr S. Kawanishi JP  
Mr T. Nagasaka JP  
Mr A. Schneider DE  
Mr K-S. Choi KR  
Mr T. Kim KR  
Dr K. Grant UK  
Ms H. Kawamoto JP  
     
Liaison representative      
     
Current Stage PWI 100/2232/INF
PPUB 100/2692/RVC (TR published: 2016-07-18)
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