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DIN EN 28701

2013 Edition, April 1, 2013

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Intelligent transport systems - Public transport - Identification of Fixed Objects in Public Transport (IFOPT); English version EN 28701:2012



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  • Revision: 2013 Edition, April 1, 2013
  • Published Date: April 2013
  • Status: Active, Most Current
  • Document Language: English
  • Published By: Deutsches Institut fur Normung E.V. (DIN)
  • Page Count: 160
  • ANSI Approved: No
  • DoD Adopted: No

Description / Abstract:

General

This European Standard defines a model and identification principles for the main fixed objects related to public access to Public Transport (e.g. stop points, stop areas, stations, connection links, entrances, etc.), in particular:

- To identify the relevant functions which need a unique identification of fixed objects especially for the Passenger Information domain in a multi-modal, multi-operator context;

- To identify the main fixed objects related to the Public Transport system, choosing a certain viewpoint, i.e. considering a certain level of detail ("granularity") of the given description taking into account the needs of the identified functions;

- To give a typology of these objects together with definitions;

- To present relationships between the identified Public Transport objects;

- To unambiguously describe these objects through their main properties (attributes);

- To describe how to locate these objects in space through coordinates and through the link to topographic objects with a clear separation between the "Public Transport layer" and the "topographic layer" described in its turn by geographic objects;

- To enable the assignment of data administration (responsibility for data maintenance) of each fixed object.

Geospatial location referencing techniques of PT objects (e.g. use of satellites, roadside equipment for positioning) or representation techniques on maps (projections) are outside the scope of this standard.

Explicit Exclusions from Scope

In order to limit the scope for this version of the Fixed Object Standard, certain types of potential Fixed Object have been excluded for the time being, but will be proposed for inclusion in a second or subsequent part of the standard. These include:

- Roadside Equipment such as Traffic Signals and Traffic Lights and approach information for Urban Traffic Management and Control Systems;

- Road crossings and interchange data (though Access links may project onto tracks in other models that consider these, such as the EuroRoads project);

- Parking: A Car Park Model defines the availability and nature of car, bicycle and other parking. IFOPT includes only a rudimentary Parking model to indicate the relationship of the car parks to the rest of the Stop Place model;

- Relationships with the location referencing requirements of DATEX2 and TPEG.

Fixed Objects are concerned primarily with physical infrastructure and equipment as referenced by information services. Concepts that relate to fixed points that belong to other information layers, such as the structure of Tariff Zones or Fare stages (which belong to the fares layer of Transmodel) are not covered.

IFOPT describes a generic structure for classifying Points of Interest, for example Museums, Stadiums, etc., but does not set out a recommended informative value set of Point Of Interest Categories.