MOIS: Proposal for a new UN Regulation
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Proposal for a new UN Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to the Moving Off Information System for the Detection of Pedestrians and Cyclists.

Reference Number: GRSG-118-06
Regarding:
Date: 3 July 2020
Meeting(s):
GRSG-118
Proposal Status: Superseded
Related Documents:
GRSG-118-32 | MOIS : OICA position on draft regulation
GRSG-118-36 | MOIS: Overview of Proposed New UN Regulation
WP.29/2020/122 | Proposal for a new UN Regulation on Moving Off Information Systems for the Detection of Pedestrians and Cyclists (MOIS)
Discussion(s):
Working Party on General Safety | Session 118 | 15-17 Jul 2020

21. The expert from OICA introduced document GRSG-118-32, containing the position of the organization concerning the proposed UN Regulation on MOIS. Emphasizing that OICA did not want to delay the adoption of the proposed new UN regulation, he requested that the following statement be reflected in report of the 118the session of GRSG: Currently there are no systems in the market which are designed to fulfil the MOIS requirements. “The current overall practical technology maturity level is strongly based on to-be-validated theoretical and functional analyses. Therefore, industry highlighted the aspect of current technology performance limitation under real life conditions, as mentioned in paragraph 0.7 of the draft regulation introduction. OICA cannot guarantee that, at the time of entry into force of the draft regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to the Moving Off Information System for the Detection of Pedestrians and Cyclists (document GRSG-118-06): i) the available technology (sensors and software algorithm), when installed in the vehicles, is robust enough under all real-life conditions; ii) the available technology (sensors and software algorithm), when installed in the vehicles, reaches a satisfying balance between HMI efficiency and driver’s acceptance.”

30. The expert from OICA recalled document GRSG-118-32, considered at the 118th session of GRSG, containing the position of the organization concerning the proposed UN Regulation on MOIS. Re-emphasizing that OICA did not want to delay the adoption of the proposed new UN regulation, he reiterated the position of OICA expressed at 118th session of GRSG, which indicated that at the time there were no systems in the market which are designed to fulfil the MOIS requirements. “The current overall practical technology maturity level is strongly based on to-be-validated theoretical and functional analyses. Therefore, industry highlighted the aspect of current technology performance limitation under real life conditions, as mentioned in paragraph 0.7 of the draft regulation introduction. OICA cannot guarantee that, at the time of entry into force of the draft regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to the Moving Off Information System for the Detection of Pedestrians and Cyclists (document GRSG-118-06): i) the available technology (sensors and software algorithm), when installed in the vehicles, is robust enough under all real-life conditions; ii) the available technology (sensors and software algorithm), when installed in the vehicles, reaches a satisfying balance between HMI efficiency and driver’s acceptance.”

Working Party on General Safety | Session 119 | 6-9 Oct 2020

21. The expert from OICA introduced document GRSG-118-32, containing the position of the organization concerning the proposed UN Regulation on MOIS. Emphasizing that OICA did not want to delay the adoption of the proposed new UN regulation, he requested that the following statement be reflected in report of the 118the session of GRSG: Currently there are no systems in the market which are designed to fulfil the MOIS requirements. “The current overall practical technology maturity level is strongly based on to-be-validated theoretical and functional analyses. Therefore, industry highlighted the aspect of current technology performance limitation under real life conditions, as mentioned in paragraph 0.7 of the draft regulation introduction. OICA cannot guarantee that, at the time of entry into force of the draft regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to the Moving Off Information System for the Detection of Pedestrians and Cyclists (document GRSG-118-06): i) the available technology (sensors and software algorithm), when installed in the vehicles, is robust enough under all real-life conditions; ii) the available technology (sensors and software algorithm), when installed in the vehicles, reaches a satisfying balance between HMI efficiency and driver’s acceptance.”

30. The expert from OICA recalled document GRSG-118-32, considered at the 118th session of GRSG, containing the position of the organization concerning the proposed UN Regulation on MOIS. Re-emphasizing that OICA did not want to delay the adoption of the proposed new UN regulation, he reiterated the position of OICA expressed at 118th session of GRSG, which indicated that at the time there were no systems in the market which are designed to fulfil the MOIS requirements. “The current overall practical technology maturity level is strongly based on to-be-validated theoretical and functional analyses. Therefore, industry highlighted the aspect of current technology performance limitation under real life conditions, as mentioned in paragraph 0.7 of the draft regulation introduction. OICA cannot guarantee that, at the time of entry into force of the draft regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to the Moving Off Information System for the Detection of Pedestrians and Cyclists (document GRSG-118-06): i) the available technology (sensors and software algorithm), when installed in the vehicles, is robust enough under all real-life conditions; ii) the available technology (sensors and software algorithm), when installed in the vehicles, reaches a satisfying balance between HMI efficiency and driver’s acceptance.”