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ISO FDIS 16505

2014 Edition, September 29, 2014

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ROAD VEHICLES - ERGONOMIC AND PERFORMANCE ASPECTS OF CAMERA MONITOR SYSTEMS - REQUIREMENTS AND TEST PROCEDURES



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Superseded By: ISO 16505

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NOW A PUBLISHED STD * SEE ISO 16505
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This International Standard gives minimum safety, ergonomic, and performance requirements for Camera Monitor Systems to replace mandatory inside and outside rearview mirrors for road vehicles (e.g. classes I to IV as defined in UN REGULATION NO. 46). It addresses Camera Monitor Systems (CMS) that will be used in road vehicles to present the required outside information of a specific field of view inside the vehicle. These specifications are intended to be independent of different camera and display technologies unless otherwise stated explicitly. ADAS Systems (such as parking aid) are not part of this International Standard.

NOTE 1 Mirror classes V and VI (as defined in UN REGULATION NO. 46) are not in scope of this International Standard since the requirements are already defined in UN REGULATION NO. 46.

NOTE 2 The definitions and requirements in this International Standard are formulated with regard to a system structure, where one camera captures one legally prescribed field of view and one monitor displays one legally prescribed field of view. Of course, also other system structures (e. g. with one monitor displaying two legally prescribed fields of view) are within the scope of this International Standard. For those systems, either the system supplier or the vehicle manufacturer has to prove that the resulting system fulfils the requirements given in Clause 6.

NOTE 3 Whenever the phrases "field of view" or "field of vision" are used, then both have the same meaning and are to be used in parallel.
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