ISO 14625:2007
Space systems — Ground support equipment for use at launch, landing or retrieval sites — General requirements
Reference number
ISO 14625:2007
Edition 2
2007-11
Withdrawn
ISO 14625:2007
43581
Withdrawn (Edition 2, 2007)

Abstract

ISO 14625:2007 specifies the general characteristics, performance, design, test, safety, reliability, maintainability and quality requirements for ground support equipment (GSE) and systems intended for use at launch, landing or retrieval-site installations, or other locations that are the responsibility of the launch, landing and retrieval site. ISO 14625:2007 does not specify how to design GSE, but establishes the minimum requirements to provide simple, robust, safe, reliable, maintainable and cost-effective GSE.

ISO 14625:2007 is applicable to the design of non-flight hardware and software used to support the operations of transporting, receiving, handling, assembly, inspection, test, checkout, service, launch and recovery of space vehicles and payloads at the launch, landing or retrieval sites. As such, the requirements of ISO 14625:2007 are optional for hardware used only at the manufacturing, development or test sites prior to arrival at the launch, landing or retrieval sites. However, if such GSE is temporarily used at a launch, landing or retrieval site, for whatever reason, conformity with all the safety-related requirements of ISO 14625:2007 is a minimum requirement for the GSE.

General information

  •  : Withdrawn
     : 2007-11
    : Withdrawal of International Standard [95.99]
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  • ISO/TC 20/SC 14
    49.100  49.140 
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