PSG informal group proposal to correct the scope of the GTR in accordance with Part A of the GTR, its UN R43 counterpart, and corresponding regional/national interpretations and to align the impact test procedure description with that of UN R43 and ISO 3537.
55. The expert from the Republic of Korea, chairing the IWG on Panoramic Sunroof Glazing (PSG), reported on the outcome of the fifth and sixth meetings of the Group (GRSG-111-32). On behalf of the IWG, he presented GRSG-111-34, proposing to further clarify the scope of Global Technical Regulation (GTR) No. 6 on safety glazing. He added that the IWG would need more time to complete some research on ceramic printed areas and, thus, that the Group had decided to amend the Terms of Reference (GRSG-111-33). As the mandate of the IWG ended in October 2016, he underlined the need to extend the mandate of the IWG by one and a half years.
56. GRSG welcomed the work progress of the IWG and agreed to resume consideration of GRSG-111-33 at the next session. The GRSG Chair requested the secretariat to circulate GRSG-111-34 with an official symbol. He announced his intention to seek the consent of WP.29 and the Executive Committee AC.3 of the 1998 Agreement to extend the mandate for the IWG until June 2018.