ITxPT Labeling

The label can be applied to a:

  • vehicle
  • module hardware
  • module software
  • back-office

ITxPT labeling is offered through a clear step-by-step process supported by the ITxPT laboratory. It should be noted that tests only evaluate technical compliance and do not in any way assess functional performance.

Label tests can start as soon as the applicant is ready. The maximum lead time is three months after the date of application.

Note that related fees may apply according to the level of membership and also for non-members.

Label procedure

1. Application form

The first step in the ITxPT labelling process is to fill in the ITxPT label application form.

The ITxPT laboratory responds to applications within a week.

Apply for ITxPT label

Note that as many application forms as vehicle type or module range have to be filled in.

2. Documentation

The preliminary step consists of providing documentation about the unit to be labeled.

  • Vehicles: diagrams, CAO views, pictures…
  • Modules (hardware or software): datasheet, user manual, and EC declarations, E-marking statement when applicable.
  • Back-offices: implementation choice, selected profile.

3. Preliminary tests (optional)

For module suppliers and back-office editors, preliminary tests with the ITxPT laboratory can be performed to help in fine-tuning the module software before final tests (next step).

Such preliminary tests can be performed remotely. ITxPT technical platform booking is mandatory for such remote access.

4. Final tests

Final tests are performed by the ITxPT Laboratory in a secured and monitored environment:

  • Vehicles: once ready, the vehicle is checked at the manufacturer’s site by the ITxPT Laboratory. Tests are run with the ITxPT mobile laboratory tools to check compliance with the ITxPT specifications
  • Modules (hardware or software): once ready, the module is installed on the ITxPT platform located in Paris. Iterative tests are run to check the compliance with the ITxPT specifications
  • Back-offices: once ready, the back-office must be connected to the ITxPT platform on time as scheduled. Iterative tests are run to check compliance with the ITxPT specifications

5. Report and label

5.1. Report

Once all tests have been run, a test report is delivered by ITxPT.

The test templates describe the test report used to validate compliance with the related specification.

These templates can be found in test template section (access restricted to Principal and Strategic Members).

Reports include the list of tests run in step 4, for which a result is generated for each line:

  • compliant
  • not compliant
  • not tested
  • not applicable

5.2 Label

The ITxPT label can be applied to vehicles, modules (hardware or software) or back-offices, provided that:

  • they comply with the ITxPT specifications,
  • they comply with TS13149 (modules),
  • they comply with SIRI, NeTEx, TiGR (back-offices)
  • they have been tested by the ITxPT Laboratory,
  • a related test report has been delivered by the ITxPT laboratory.

Vehicle manufacturers, module suppliers or back-office editors who have successfully received the report and have been granted the ITxPT label are entitled to apply the label logo on their tested units and be included in the ITxPT catalogue.

6. Declaration of change (optional)

In case of an update to a labelled unit, either linked to an ITxPT specification new release or to a supplier new feature, the supplier must fill in a declaration of change. This declaration of change lists in detail the impacts of change compared to the label report.

Use the online Declaration of change form to declare a change to a labeled unit:

Declare a change
to ITxPT labeled unit

7. Declaration of change evaluation

The ITxPT laboratory checks the declarations of change and can propose either the start of a new label process or an update to the label report, depending on the impacts of the change regarding the tolerance frame.