INTRODUCTION OF EURASIAN ECONOMIC UNION ERA-GLONASS

INTRODUCTION OF EURASIAN ECONOMIC UNION ERA-GLONASS

RELEASE DATE:2020-06-30 15:30
Briefly: In the event of traffic accidents and dangerous situations in vehicles, the ERA-GLONASS emergency call system can be triggered automatically or manually. By reporting relevant accident information through the mobile communication network, ambulance personnel can quickly arrive at the scene to carry out rescue services to reduce casualties and traffic accidents.



EURASIAN ECONOMIC UNION
The Eurasian Economic Union, also known as the Eurasian Economic Commission, was formerly a customs union consisting of Russia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan. Kyrgyzstan and Armenia subsequently joined the alliance to form the Eurasian Economic Union in 2015. The five countries are all An important partner in the construction of “One Road”. According to the Eurasian Economic Union's core automotive technical regulations TP TC 018/2011 and the January 2013 revision of the regulations, from January 1, 2017, all M and N vehicles will be required to install ERA-GLONASS emergency call system.

ERA-GLONASS SYSTEM INTRODUCTION
When a traffic accident or dangerous situation occurs in the vehicle, the ERA-GLONASS emergency call system can be triggered automatically or manually, and the relevant information of the vehicle accident, including the vehicle's location and vehicle information (VIN, model, etc.), will be transmitted via the mobile communication network (GMS/UMTS) Transmitted to the public safety response platform (PSAP) to rescue services and make the most of the “prime time” of rescue. 

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM OF ERA-GLONASS SYSTEM
  • In an emergency, the ERA-GLONASS system is activated 
  • The system receives the information broadcast by the Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) and solves the vehicle's position information in real time 
  • The system sends the minimum data set (MSD) and voice call to the public safety answering platform (PSAP) through the mobile communication network 
  • Establish connection between PSAP and vehicle 
  • Arrange rescue services

ERA-GLONASS SYSTEM BASIC CONCEPTS
IVD: in-vehicle emergency call device
IVS: in-vehicle emergency call system
*The IVD and IVS are usually called IVDS together. The basic differences are as follows:

Vehicle TypeTriggering conditions
IVSM1 falling within the scope of UNECE Regulations No. 94 and 95; N1 falling within the scope of UNECE Regulation No. 95Automatic transmission  when crash and rollover
IVDM1, not falling within the scope of UNECE Regulations No. 94 and 95; N1 not included in the scope of UNECE Regulation No. 95, M2, M3, N2, N3Manual transmission at normal and crash, automatic transmission  when rollover

ERA-GLONASS SYSTEM COMPOSITION
ERA-GLONASS system hardware modules include:
Navigation module, antenna, communication module, microphone and speaker, built-in SIM card, in-band modem, IVDS status indicator, emergency call button, automatic accident identification sensor, power supply, etc. 

ERA-GLONASS system functional modules include:
Automatically send the minimum set of data (MSD), which should contain reliable vehicle position data, directions, etc.;
Support two-way voice communication;
Activate the speaker communication mode and ensure that all other standard audio playback devices and systems in the car are muted during emergency calls;
Use the optical status indicator to display its own health status and operating mode;
Support its self-diagnosis test;
IVDS interface to access diagnostic data;
Record and transmit accident acceleration curve and accident severity assessment (only for M1 and N1 vehicles);

TYPE-APPROVAL
2c certification of in-vehicle emergency call device/system IVDS
Type approval of motor vehicles fitted with IVDS

ERA-GLONASS SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
GOST 33464-2015 In-vehicle emergency call device/system. General technical requirements
GOST 33465-2015 Protocol of data exchange between in-vehicle emergency call device/system and emergency response system infrastructure
GOST 33466-2015 Test methods for verification of in-vehicle emergency call device/system conformity to requirements of electromagnetic compatibility, environmental and mechanical resistance
GOST 33467-2015 Functional test methods for in-vehicle emergency call device/system and data transfer protocols
GOST 33468-2015 Test methods for verification of in-vehicle emergency call device/system conformity to requirements for loudspeaker communication in vehicle cabin
GOST 33469-2015 Test methods for verification of in-vehicle emergency call system/device conformity to accident detection requirements
GOST 33470-2015 Test methods for wireless communication modules of in-vehicle emergency call device/system
GOST 33471-2015 Test methods for navigation module of in-vehicle emergency call device/system
GOST 34003-2016 Motor vehicles – Test methods in respect to automatic triggering of in-vehicle emergency call device/system in the event of vehicle rollover

ERA-GLONASS system test items matrix
Test Items
IVDS
Motor Vehicles fitted with IVDS
Electromagnetic compatibility, environmental and mechanical resistance
X
X
Functional test methods for IVDS and data transfer protocols
X
X
Sound quality tests in a vehicle cabin
X
X
Wireless communication modules test
X
X
Navigation module test
X
X
Vehicle rollover tests
N.A
X
Conformity to accident detection requirements:frontal collision (M1 and N1)
N.A
X
Conformity to accident detection requirements:lateral collision (M1 and N1)
N.A
X

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