Note 1: only the functional description of information to be recorded is mandatory, not the technical characteristics of the interface.
Note 2: the clauses of the specifications listed in point 2.1 of EN 301 515 which are referenced in Index 32 and Index 33 as ‘MI’ are mandatory.
Note 3: the change requests (CRs) listed in Tables 1 and 2 of TS 102 281 which affect clauses referenced in Index 32 and Index 33 as ‘MI’ are mandatory.
Note 4: Index 48 refers only to test cases for GSM-R mobile equipment. It is kept ‘reserved’ for the time being. The application guide will contain a catalogue of available harmonised test cases for the assessment of mobileequipment and networks, according to the steps indicated in point 6.1.2 of this TSI.
Note 5: the products which are on the market are already tailored to the needs of the RU related to GSM-R Driver-Machine Interface and fully interoperable so there is no need for a standard in the TSI CCS.
Note 6: information that was intended for Index 78 is now incorporated in Index 27 (SUBSET-091).
Note 7: this document is ETCS and GSM-R baseline independent.
Note 8: Intentionally deleted.
Note 9: ERA analysis showed there is no need for a mandatory specification for odometry interface.
Note 10: Only the (MI) requirements are mandated by TSI CCS.
Note 11: Intentionally deleted.
Note 12: Reference to these specifications will be published in the Application Guide, waiting for clarifications on the rolling stock side of the interface.
Note 13: Specifications to be set out in a technical opinion of the Agency.
Note 14: The Agency Technical Document developed in cooperation with the sector in line with the request of the Committee referred to in Article 29(1) of Directive 2008/57/EC defines the additional elements of information on the Driver-Machine Interface and identifies the changes in the relevant specification documents. The content of the Agency’s technical document is consolidated with the other requirements relevant for the Driver-Machine Interface resulting in the updated documents in the Indices 3, 4, 5, 6 and 27.