ALKS: Proposal for a new UN Regulation
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Proposal by IWG ALKS for new regulation for the approval of on-highway automated lane keeping systems operating at speeds below 60 kph.

Reference Number: GRVA-05-07/Rev.1
Date: 7 February 2020
Proposal Status: Superseded
Related Documents:
GRVA-05-31 | ALKS: Data storage requirements for the draft UN Regulation
GRVA-05-45 | ALKS: Analysis of requirements for lane changes in Minimal Risk or Emergency Maneuvers
GRVA-05-46 | ALKS: Proposal for amendments to GRVA-05-07/Rev.1
GRVA-05-xx | DSSAD provisions for the draft ALKS UN Regulation
Discussion(s):
Working Party on Automated and Connected Vehicles | Session 5 | 10-14 Feb 2020

8. The expert from Germany, Secretary of the Informal Working Group (IWG) on Automatically Commanded Steering Function (ACSF), presented the status report of the group GRVA-05-25, introducing the content of GRVA-05-07, proposing the text for a new UN Regulation on Automated Lane Keeping Systems (ALKS) with empty sections as placeholder for the work prepared by the IWG on Validation Methods for Automated Driving (VMAD) and the IWG on Event Data Recorder (EDR) / Data Storage Systems for Automated Driving (DSSAD). GRVA reviewed in detail GRVA-05-07 and sought consensus on provisions in square brackets.

17. GRVA requested the Secretary to consolidate the ALKS, DSSAD and VMAD documents (GRVA-05-07-Rev.1). GRVA discussed on this basis open items such as the terms in the formula in paragraph 5.2.5.2. (GRVA-05-44), the parameters to be registered by DSSAD, the content of Appendix 1 to Annex 4 etc. The Secretary produced two other revisions in the course of the week, which were used by GRVA to build consensus. The outcome of the session on ALKS is reflected in GRVA-05-07-Rev.3. GRVA agreed to use this version in preparation of the sixth GRVA session.