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ISO TR 13185-1

Acoustics Hearing protectors Part 5: Method for estimation of noise reduction using fitting by inexperienced test subjects

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 15 October 2006
Status: active
Page Count: 50
ICS Code (Transport in general): 03.220.01
ICS Code (Head protective equipment): 13.340.20
ICS Code (IT applications in transport): 35.240.60
scope:

This part of ISO 13185 specifies the communications architecture and generic protocol to provide and maintain ITS services to travellers (including drivers, passengers and pedestrians), using nomadic and portable devices for:

- The mobile device as a mobile router,

- Augmentation of the capabilities of a nomadic device using information from in-vehicle systems,

- Nomadic device acting as a key to personalise the vehicle configuration,

- Using capabilities of a nomadic or mobile device to augment functionality within the vehicle,

- The use of portable nomadic devices within commercial vehicles and public transport,

- Optimising the use of the capabilities in nomadic and mobile devices in the provision of ITS services,

- Harmonization of existing standards to support a single solution access method,

- Applications supporting ITS service provision and multimedia use a common access method to retrieve vehicle data through a vehicle communication interface.

Document History

ISO TR 13185-1
October 15, 2006
Acoustics Hearing protectors Part 5: Method for estimation of noise reduction using fitting by inexperienced test subjects
This part of ISO 13185 specifies the communications architecture and generic protocol to provide and maintain ITS services to travellers (including drivers, passengers and pedestrians), using nomadic...

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