CYBER SECURITY AND VEHICLE SOFTWARE UPDATE REQUIREMENTS
In the European Union, new regulations on cybersecurity (UN ECE R155) and vehicle software updates (UN ECE R156) have mandatory compliance dates as follows:
1. Cybersecurity (UN ECE R155):
a. Mandatory for all new vehicle types from July 2022.
b. Mandatory for all vehicles with first registration from July 2024.
2. Vehicle Software Update (UN ECE R156):
a. Mandatory for all new vehicle types from July 2024.
b. Conformity to vehicle software update standards (UN ECE R156) is already mandatory for all new vehicle types from July 2022 also mandatory for all vehicles with first registration from July 2024.
These two regulations establish new requirements for automotive cybersecurity and software updates. Manufacturers or body manufacturers must have certified a CSMS (Cyber Security Management System) and a SUMS (Software Update Management System) as the basis for type approval. They must be able to demonstrate this certification to the approval authority or an institute accredited by the approval authority.
It's important to note that compliance with the basic requirements outlined in this guideline may be affected by the use of control units, radio remote controls, app applications, or updates to the existing body-specific software, among other factors.
Within the framework of EC multi-stage type approval, each bodybuilder is responsible for obtaining approval and ensuring conformity for the production of all systems, components, or separate technical units they manufacture or add at an earlier stage in the manufacturing process. They must conduct an assessment to determine whether the body or its components are subject to the regulations.
If the body or its components fall under the scope of these regulations, it becomes the responsibility of the bodybuilder to secure the corresponding system approvals. Furthermore, during the implementation of the structure, it is imperative to identify security risks, including the potential for cyber-attacks, through a comprehensive risk assessment. These security risks should consider potential impacts on the basic vehicle and its safe operation, and appropriate measures must be taken to mitigate these risks.
For any further questions or inquiries, bodybuilders can reach out to their local Scania distributor for assistance and guidance.
Changed Security policy
Due to changed Security policy at Scania, Bodybuilder Instructions and Drawings and 3D will be put under log in.
You must be logged in with Truck Bodybuilder portal role to see the Instrucktion and Drawings and 3D tab in the Body builder portal.
All Distributors need to make sure that Bodybuilders on your market have a correct account in IGA.
The Role that is needed in IGA is Truck Bodybuilder portal Independent role or Truck Bodybuilder portal Owned role.
Also important to add both Mobil number and email address when creating the XDS account if you shall order a 3D drawing and sign a Scania Digitally confidentiality agreement 3D
ELECTRIC PTO ON ELECTRICAL VEHICLES
When using the electric PTO (PTO EL) it is essential that the installation parameters are within the specified limit values before commissioning can be carried out. This is important to avoid damage to the vehicle's VCB system and to avoid impair the function of PTO EL.
We are introducing the document “Measurements on PTO EL when commissioning” as a help for bodybuilders that will install bodywork equipment to the PTO EL connections.
The value range for each measurement point are described in detail in “Work on electric power take-off (PTO EL)”. https://til.scania.com/d/bwm/22:10-834?lang=en-GB
The measurements points aims just to the values that are affected by the operation of the bodywork system connected to the PTO EL. The bodywork equipment must comply with all other requirements stated in “Work on electric power take-off (PTO EL)”
This new document shall be taken as a routine guideline and can be incorporated in bodybuilder own commissioning routines for its bodywork equipment.
Scania might ask for the commissioning measurement values after the vehicle is taken in operation by the end customer, therefore it is important that bodybuilders are documenting this commissioning values in their own administrative routines for up to 8 years.
See also “Work on battery electric vehicles”; https://til.scania.com/w/067497
FUEL OPTIMISATION UNIT
If there is a need for more space in front of or rear of the fuel tank it is possible to move the fuel optimisation unit considered that the following requirements are fulfilled:
The fuel optimisation unit and fuel tank shall be placed in the same vertical plane
The fuel optimisation unit can only be rotated around a vertical axle and thereby only be moved with maintained angle compared to the ground
The fuel optimisation unit and fuel pipes shall be protected from heat sources
The fuel optimisation unit and fuel pipes shall be protected from gravel, snow etc from road
Possibility for maintenance of the fuel optimisation unit shall be maintained e.g. the bottom plug and the filter cartridge shall be easily accessible.
If longer pipes or cables are needed they shall be replaced by new full length pipes in necessary length.
Maximum length for fuel pipe between fuel optimisation unit and engine is 12000 mm
Maximum length for fuel pipe between fuel optimisation unit and fuel tank is 2000 mm
Fuel pipes and electrical cables shall be long enough to facilitate the fuel optimisation unit to be disassembled and lowered without removing the fuel pipes
HYDRAULIC EQUIPMENT TO POWER BODYWORK
All vehicles can be factory-fitted with various hydraulic components.
Available components are; control, hydraulic pump, hydraulic oil tank, hydraulic valve with pressure limiting valve, hydraulic hoses and couplings as well as hydraulic oil.
More information about the different options can be found in the Hydraulic equipment document as we as well as part numbers for Hoses and couplings for retrofitting that can be ordered from Scania dealers.
Documents are updated with information regarding the new fuel- and hydraulic tank program introduced in connection with Scania Super.
DOCUMENT FOR FRONT MOUNTED EQUIPMENT IS UPDATED
Requirements for installation of front mounted equipment for instance support legs and snow plough equipment as well as information regarding moving of the front radar is added.
When using front supporting legs, snow plough equipment and other front mounted equipment the front section of the chassis is exposed to great forces. The guidelines must be followed to avoid any failures. For some cases, the installation must be approved by Scania before the solution can be used on a Scania vehicle.