Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 79 to include ACSF > 10 km/h
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Draft amendment to enable the approval of automated steering systems (e.g., lane-keeping/lane-changing assistance) for use at speeds above 10 km/h pursuant to discussions held during the 4th ACSF informal group session.

Reference Number: ACSF-04-20
Date: 10 December 2015
Proposal Status: Superseded
Related Documents:
ACSF-02-03/Rev.1 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 79 to include ACSF > 10 km/h: revision 1
ACSF-03-03/Rev.1 | Proposed changes to the draft amendments to Regulation No. 79 to include ACSF > 10 km/h
ACSF-05-03 | Proposal for amendments to UN Regulation No. 79 with regard to automated steering functions
ACSF-05-05 | French comments on the working draft text to amend UN R79 with regard to automatically commanded steering functions
ACSF-05-09 | Belgian comments on the draft amendment to UN R79 to enable approval of automated steering
ACSF-05-16 | Consolidated draft amendment to enable the approval of ACSF > 10 km/h under UN Regulation No. 79
Discussion(s):
Automatically Commanded Steering Functions | Session 4 | 25-27 Nov 2015

The group discussed the proposal of OICA (see 3.4.x in ACSF-04-20)
The Manufacturer shall provide the Technical Service authorities with an explanation of the design provisions built into the ACSF so as to prevent unauthorized manipulations of hardware or software.
For the design of these protective measures, the manufacturer may assume that the protection against unauthorized physical access to the vehicle systems is assured by the means defined elsewhere in the UN-ECE regulatory framework or by equivalent means.

(Chair): thinks that a direct reference is necessary
(NL): agreed, that this would be a good proposal. Would be a reference to a safety standard of the SW be necessary?
(SE): Can we wait for a standard developed for SW security, will it not take too long time?
(Chair): The ITS/AD group will follow this issue and will make recommendations
(J-Chair): We should wait for the recommendations, which are expected to be available in 1Q/2016
(EC): supported the statements of the Chairs.