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ISO DIS 25110

2017 Edition, January 13, 2017

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Electronic fee collection - Interface definition for onboard account using integrated circuit card (ICC)

Includes all amendments and changes through Draft , January 13, 2017


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Superseded By: ISO 25110

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This document defines the data transfer models between roadside equipment (RSE) and integrated circuit card (ICC), and the interface descriptions between RSE and on-board equipment (OBE) for onboard account using ICC. It also provides examples of interface definitions and transactions deployed in several countries.

This document covers:

— data transfer models between RSE and ICC which correspond to the categorized operational requirements, and the data transfer mechanism for each model;

— interface definition between RSE and OBE based on each data transfer model;

— interface definition for each model comprises

— functional configuration,

— RSE command definitions for ICC access, and

— data format and data element definitions of RSE commands;

— a transaction example for each model in Annex B.

Figure 3 shows the configuration of on-board account and the scope of this document. The descriptions in this document focus on the interface between RSE and OBU to access ICC.

Figure 4 shows the layer structure of RSE, OBU, and ICC where the mid-layer of application interfaces are denoted as the practical scope of this document.

NOTE The existing standards for physical and other protocol layers both between RSE and OBE, and between OBE and ICC, are outside the scope of this document. For example, DSRC related items (L-1, L-2, and L-7) and ICC related items (ICC commands, data definition, etc.) are outside the scope of this document.

There are two types of virtual bridges contained in an OBU. The first type is Bridge-1 on which an RSE command sent from RSE is decomposed and ICC access command contained in application protocol data unit (APDU) part of RSE command is transferred to ICC I/F to access ICC. The second type is Bridge-2 on which an RSE command sent from RSU is transformed to ICC access command and transferred to ICC I/F to access ICC.

Bridge-1 corresponds to the transparent type and the buffering type defined in this document, whereas

Bridge-2 corresponds to the cashing type.
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