AS 17757 pdf download.Earth-moving machinery and mining — Autonomous and semi-autonomous machine system safety (ISO 17757:2019, MOD)
This document provides safety requirements for autonomous machines and semi-autonomous machines (ASAM) used in earth-moving and mining operations, and their autonomous or semi-autonomous machine systems (ASAMS). It specifies safety criteria both for the machines and their associated systems and infrastructure, including hardware and software, and provides guidance on safe use in their defined functional environments during the machine and system life cycle. It also defines terms and definitions related to ASAMS. It is applicable to autonomous and semi-autonomous versions of the earth-moving machinery (EMM) defined in ISO 6165 and of mobile mining machines used in either surface or underground applications. Its principles and many of its provisions can be applied to other types of ASAM used on the worksites. Safety requirements for general mobile EMM and mining machines, as well as operators, trainers or passengers on the machine, are given by other International Standards (e.g. ISO 20474, ISO 19296). This document addresses additional hazards specific and relevant to ASAMS when used as intended. It is not applicable to remote control capability (covered by ISO 15817) or function-specific automated features, except when those features are used as part of ASAMS.
3 Terms, definitions and abbreviated terms
3.1 Terms and definitions For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in ISO 6165 and ISO 12100 and the following terms, definitions and abbreviated terms apply. ISO and IEC maintain terminological databases for use in standardization at the following addresses: — ISO Online browsing platform: available at http:// www .iso .org/ obp — IEC Electropedia: available at http:// www .electropedia .org/ 3.1.1 autonomous or semi-autonomous machine system ASAMS machine and supporting systems and infrastructure (3.1.11) that enable the machine to operate in autonomous mode (3.1.3) Note 1 to entry: An example of representative components of an ASAMS is shown in Figure 1. However, this document does not describe or provide detail for all the specific components identified in Figure 22.214.171.124 autonomous mode mode of operation in which a mobile machine performs all machine safety-critical and earth-moving or mining functions related to its defined operations without operator interaction (3.1.10) Note 1 to entry: The operator could provide destination or navigation input, but is not needed to assert control during the defined operation. 126.96.36.199 autonomous machine mobile machine that is intended to operate in autonomous mode (3.1.3) during its normal operating cycle Note 1 to entry: The abbreviation “ASAM” is used throughout this document to refer both to autonomous machines and semi-autonomous machines (188.8.131.52) operating in autonomous mode. 184.108.40.206 semi-autonomous machine mobile machine that is intended to operate in autonomous mode (3.1.3) during part of its operating cycle and which requires active control by an operator to complete some of the tasks assigned to the machine Note 1 to entry: The abbreviation “ASAM” is used throughout this document to refer both to semi-autonomous machines operating in autonomous mode and autonomous machines (220.127.116.11). 3.1.4 autonomous operating zone AOZ autonomous area designated area in which machines are authorized to operate in autonomous mode (3.1.3)3.1.5 AOZ access control system physical barrier or virtual or electronic system that monitors, authorizes and controls access, egress and transition of people and equipment between existing autonomous operating zones (3.1.4) and other areas 3.1.6 competent person person who, in relation to the work undertaken, has the necessary knowledge, skill, training and experience to complete the work satisfactorily and without danger or injury to any person [SOURCE: ISO 7240-19:2007, 3.1.5, modified — The word training was added.] 3.1.7 digital terrain map DTM topographical description of the site in digital format 3.1.8 function-specific automated feature automated feature having a specific control function whereby the operator has overall control and is solely responsible for safe operation, but can cede limited authority over a manual control EXAMPLE Grade control, auto-dig, antilock brakes, traction control.