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DOT - 49 CFR PART 563 - EVENT DATA RECORDERS Organization: DOT
Date: 2014-10-01
Description: This part specifies uniform, national requirements for vehicles equipped with event data recorders (EDRs) concerning the collection, storage, and retrievability of onboard motor vehicle crash event data.
DOT - 49 CFR PART 563 - EVENT DATA RECORDERS Organization: DOT
Date: 2015-10-01
Description: This part specifies uniform, national requirements for vehicles equipped with event data recorders (EDRs) concerning the collection, storage, and retrievability of onboard motor vehicle crash event data.
SAE J1698-2 - (R) EVENT DATA RECORDER - RETRIEVAL TOOL PROTOCOL Organization: SAE
Date: 2013-01-01
Description: This Recommended Practice utilizes existing industry standards to identify a common physical interface and define the protocols necessary to retrieve records stored by light duty vehicle Event Data Recorders (EDRs). To accomplish this, the SAE J1962 Diagnostic Connector is designated as the primary physical interface for EDR Retrieval Tools.
FMVSS - 49 CFR 571 77 FR 74144 - FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS; EVENT DATA RECORDERS - PROPOSED RULE Organization: FMVSS
Date: 2012-12-13
Description: SUMMARY: In August 2006, NHTSA established a regulation that sets forth requirements for data elements, data capture and format, data retrieval, and data crash survivability for event data recorders (EDRs) installed in light vehicles.
SAE J2728 - HEAVY VEHICLE EVENT DATA RECORDER (HVEDR) STANDARD - TIER 1 Organization: SAE
Date: 2010-06-01
Description: This Recommended Practice (RP) document applies to Heavy Vehicle Event Data Recorders (HVEDR) for heavy-duty (HD) ground wheeled vehicles over 4545 kg (10 000 US pounds), commonly referred to as Class 3-8, which are intended to be compliant with current Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) and/or Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR).
SAE J1698 - EVENT DATA RECORDER Organization: SAE
SAE J1698/3 - EVENT DATA RECORDER - COMPLIANCE ASSESSMENT Organization: SAE
Date: 2015-12-01
Description: Purpose Vehicle EDRs exist to enable the analysis of vehicle crash and crash-like events that meet specified trigger criteria. Government and vehicle manufacturer laboratory crash testing provides a basis for assessment of conformance.
SAE J1698-1 - (R) EVENT DATA RECORDER - OUTPUT DATA DEFINITION Organization: SAE
IEEE 1616 - MOTOR VEHICLE EVENT DATA RECORDERS (MVEDRS) Organization: IEEE
SAE PT-139 - EVENT DATA RECORDERS: A DECADE OF INNOVATION Organization: SAE
NR/L3/SIG/SG0163 ISSUE 3 - MANAGEMENT OF DATA FROM LOGGING SYSTEMS AND EVENT RECORDERS - COMPLIANCE DATE: 3 SEPTEMBER 2011 Organization: NR
Date: 2011-09-03
Description: This procedure applies to Network Rail maintenance staff who undertake the retrieval, checking and storage of data from logging systems or event recorders as part of preventative or corrective maintenance.
SAE J1698-1A - J1698-1A PEDESTRIAN PROTECTION EDR OUTPUT DATA DEFINITION APPENDIX TO SAE J1698-1 EVENT DATA RECORDER – OUTPUT DATA DEFINITION Organization: SAE
Date: 2016-03-01
Description: SAE J1698-1A creates an appendix to SAE J1698-1. The appendix contains EDR Re...
IEEE 1482.1 - RAIL TRANSIT VEHICLE EVENT RECORDERS Organization: IEEE
Date: 2013-12-11
Description: The requirements of this standard are limited to event recorder functions and interfaces, exclude the data transmission method(s), and are independent of the hardware and/or software employed for other vehicle systems.
SAE AS417 - AIR DATA COMPUTERS, MPS Organization: SAE
Date: 1996-11-01
Description: Other outputs of the same function, signal characteristic and similar usage such as flight recorder altitude may have an added "correspondence tolerance" which shall not exceed 50% of the minimum standard tolerance unless otherwise specified by existing Federal requirements.
ASTM E2493 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR THE COLLECTION OF NON-VOLATILE MEMORY DATA IN EVIDENTIARY VEHICLE ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNITS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2007-01-01
Description: This guide sets forth recommendations for the collection of non-volatile memory data from vehicle Electronic Control Units (ECUs), or Event Data Recorders (EDRs), that have allegedly been involved in an event or incident that is the subject of litigation.
ISO TR 12353-3 - ROAD VEHICLES - TRAFFIC ACCIDENT ANALYSIS - PART 3: GUIDELINES FOR THE INTERPRETATION OF RECORDED CRASH PULSE DATA TO DETERMINE IMPACT SEVERITY - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2013-01-15
Description: This Technical Report describes the determination of impact severity in road vehicle accidents as defined in ISO 12353-2, based on recorded acceleration and velocity data and derived parameters from vehicle crash pulse records or event data recorders, including data from self-contained devices or vehicle integrated functionalities.
NASA-LLIS-0493 - LESSONS LEARNED - TRANSITORY NEGATIVE/POSITIVE "G" FORCE EFFECTS, FLIGHT POLICY, FACT SHEET MATERIAL, UPKEEP OF PILOT FLIGHT MANUAL, AIRCRAFT MODIFICATION SAFETY ANALYSIS, FLIGHT DATA RECORDERS, EMERGENCY ESCAPE DECISIONS Organization: NASA
Date: 1989-04-18
Description: Description of Driving Event: A fatal accident involving the Ames/EFRF T-37B Jet Trainer (NASA 807) occurred east of California City, CA. at approximately 1:15 P.M.
IEEE 1615 - RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR NETWORK COMMUNICATION IN ELECTRIC POWER SUBSTATIONS Organization: IEEE
Date: 2007-03-08
Description: This standard does not prescribe which specific data elements shall be recorded, but instead provides a data dictionary of data attributes. It is applicable to event data recorders for all types of motor vehicles licensed to operate on public roadways, whether offered as original or aftermarket equipment, whether stand-alone or integrated into the vehicle.
NASA-LLIS-0333 - LESSONS LEARNED - EVALUATION OF IN-FLIGHT ANOMALIES IN REAL OR NEAR-REAL TIME VIA RAPIDLY RECEIVED DIAGNOSTICS; SAFING; SAFEMODE Organization: NASA
Date: 1993-06-21
Description: This occurred because the back-up communications for the Safemode Recorder was not designed for the Low Gain Antenna high/low mode (32 kbps/500bps) transmit capability.
NASA-LLIS-0908 - LESSONS LEARNED – NOAA-15(K) S-BAND ANTENNA FAILURE Organization: NASA
Date: 2000-08-01
Description: Approximately 18 days after launch, data quality degradation was noted during tape recorder playbacks on the S-band #2 link.

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