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UK proposes change to DSRC standard

New standards for dedicated short range communication systems to be used in road pricing schemes have been proposed by the UK's Department for Transport.

The aim is to ensure that there is interoperability between any local schemes that may be set up. It is the second refinement to specifications, which were first released as the Open Minimum Interoperability Specification Suite (OMISS).

OMISS was replaced in October 2006 by the DSRC Charging Application Specification but this has now been superseded since the European Committee for Standardisation developed a European standard.

Now the UK DfT proposes that BS EN 15509:2007 be regarded as the new standard and used with a top-up standard in relation to road pricing. If the draft is accepted by the road pricing interoperability forum, it will be formally launched early in 2008.

November 13, 2007

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