This document is intended to be applied to safety-related systems that include one or more electrical and/or electronic (E/E) systems and that are installed in series production motorcycles. This document does not address unique E/E systems in special vehicles such as E/E systems designed for drivers with disabilities. NOTE The series production motorcycle is the vehicle that is intended to be used for public roads and is not a prototype. This document covers HARA for one or more E/E systems installed in motorcycles. The approach of HARA defined in ISO 26262-12:2018, Clause 8 is applied to them in a motorcycle environment. The intended user of this document is a functional-safety analyst complying with requirements in ISO 26262-12:2018. Therefore, this document does not intend to provide further necessary knowledge or guidelines in related fields including, but not limited to, item-specific knowledge, user and road profiling, medicine, statistics, accident research and human factors. Instead, it is intended to be related to the field of functional safety with the focus on the HARA examples only. It is the responsibility of the functional-safety analyst to achieve detailed knowledge about the item under investigation and the target application environment. In this document, the values shown are for reference only. Any new HARA can use the latest relevant data and analyses. The values shown in this document were derived based on some, but not all segments of information expected within an item description, and thus are not considered as an item definition. The ISO 26262 series requires that a HARA be based on a specific item definition. This document is not to be constructed to suggest that conducting a HARA without a specific item definition is acceptable. The scope of the ISO 26262 series is limited to functional safety which is one aspect of the overall system safety assessment in safety risk management. As for any risk assessment method, the methods mentioned in this document have inherent limitations. The HARA describes a simplified model of the real world, which is neither complete nor fully accurate. Although each assessment is based on available or applicable data as well as on expert judgment, the interpretation of such data can vary among analyses. For these reasons, the user of this document can bear in mind these limitations and judge the applicability of this document in any particular case.
This document establishes requirements for development of biometric solutions for verification and identification processes for secure access without physical contact with any device at any time. The solution acquires the biometric characteristics that are captured while the data subjects are in motion to verify or identify the individuals requiring access, and thus controlling access using contactless biometrics.
This document describes the requirements, operational principles, and procedures of the temporary medical facility (TMF) regarding: a) planning; b) staffing; c) patient management; d) discharge and termination of isolation for patients with infectious diseases in the context of ongoing widespread community transmission.
This document reports on the datasets and a data structure for reporting clinical and biological evaluation metrics (CBEMs). The reporting of radiation dose estimates is outside the scope of this document. This document is applicable to CBEMs for external-beam radiation therapy (EBRT) modalities, but not CBEMs for brachytherapy or molecular radiotherapy. Various types of radiotherapy treatment modalities are available for cancer care. Consequently, there is a growing awareness of the need for objective schemes that will contribute to enable the selection of an appropriate radiotherapy treatment modality for individual patients. The use of CBEMs, the metrics associated with a certain radiotherapy treatment plan for a patient, is attracting attention for clinical purposes in the field of EBRT. In anticipation of the clinical use of CBEMs, the importance of research on clinical and scientific aspects of CBEMs is increasing, in concert with the importance of establishing a standardized data format for reporting of specifics of a CBEM.
This document specifies requirements for the application, inspection, training, maintenance, repair and safe operation (hereafter referred to collectively as the 'safe use') of industrial and rough-terrain lorry-mounted trucks (hereafter referred to as 'trucks') which have design features that allow them to be mounted for transport on a carrier vehicle. This document is intended to achieve the following: — the prevention of personal injuries, property damage and accidents; — the establishment of criteria for inspection, maintenance and operation; — the establishment of operator training requirements. NOTE National or local requirements can apply.
This document specifies the dimensions and requirements for coaxial radio frequency (RF) cables with a specified analogue bandwidth up to 6 GHz (for special cases up to 20 GHz) intended for use in road vehicle applications where the nominal system voltage is 30 V a.c. or 60 V d.c.
This document addresses light-duty vehicles, such as passenger cars, pick-up trucks, light vans and sport utility vehicles (motorcycles excluded) equipped with Manoeuvring Aids for Low Speed Operation (MALSO) systems. It specifies the 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. Although sensing technology is not addressed in this document, technology does affect the performance-test procedures set up in Clause 7. The current test objects are defined based on systems using ultrasonic sensors, which reflect the most commonly used technology at the time of publication. For other sensing technologies which will potentially emerge 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 document. Reversing aids and obstacle-detection devices on heavy commercial vehicles are not addressed by this document.
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