GRE
Session 82 | Geneva | 22-25 Oct 2019
Attendance
1. Adoption of the agenda

In accordance with Chapter III, Rule 7 of the Rules of Procedure of the World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP.29) (TRANS/WP.29/690, Amend. 1 and Amend. 2), the first item on the provisional agenda is its adoption.

GRE-82-01 | GRE: Updated provisional agenda for the 82nd session
GRE-82-14 | GRE-82: Running order of the agenda
GRE-82-19 | General information and WP.29 highlights for GRE-82
GRE/2019/13 | GRE: Annotated provisional agenda for the 82nd (October 2019) session
GRE/2019/1 | GRE-81: Annotated provisional agenda for the April 2019 session
GRE-82-14 | GRE-82: Running order of the agenda
GRE-82-19 | General information and WP.29 highlights for GRE-82
2. 1998 Agreement – UN Global Technical Regulations: Development

The Working Party on Lighting and Light-Signalling (GRE) may wish to resume consideration of this subject, awaiting new proposals and sponsors to develop a UN Global Technical Regulation (UN GTR). At its previous session, GRE had an exchange of views on whether a new UN GTR could be developed under stage two of the simplification of the lighting and light-signalling UN Regulations (SLR) or as a result of consideration of light-signalling functions of automated/autonomous vehicles.

3. 1997 Agreement – Rules: Development

GRE will consider new proposals for amendments to the Rules, if any.

4. Simplification of lighting and light-signalling UN Regulations

GRE will be informed about the progress of the Informal Working Group “Simplification of the Lighting and Light-Signalling Regulations” (IWG SLR).

GRE-82-31 | Challenges to the implementation of the Unique Identifier
GRE-82-39 | Status report of the Simplification of Lighting Regulations informal group

GRE will take note that the three new simplified UN Regulations Nos. [148] on Light-Signalling Devices (LSD), [149] on Road Illumination Devices (RID) and [150] on Retro-Reflective Devices (RRD) are expected to enter into force on 15 November 2019. In this regard, GRE will address an urgent proposal by IWG SLR that corrects errors inadvertently introduced in the text of the new UN Regulation No. [149]. In parallel, the same proposal is being submitted to the WP.29 session in November 2019 with an official WP.29 symbol.

GRE-82-02 | Proposal to correct the text of UN R149 Proposal from the Simplification of Lighting Regulations informal group to delete the luminous intensities minimum requirements for the measuring point 50L (which are not in UN R112 and therefore should not be in UN R149) from Table 8 and to correct a typo in the angular position for S100RR in Table 13. Given the importance of these corrections, this proposal is simultaneously being submitted as a formal document for consideration during the WP.29 session in November 2019.
GRE-82-05 | UN R148: Proposal for correction to document WP.29/2019/81 Proposal to restore the correct value for the vertical visibility angle requirement.

GRE may also wish to consider proposals for further corrections to the three new Regulations that have been prepared by IWG SLR.

GRE-82-26 | UN R150: Draft consolidated proposal for amendments Consolidated proposal incorporating the proposal to correct a paragraph reference (‘3.3.2.2’ in place of ‘3.2.3.2’) and to insert a provision from UN R3 (para. 4.1.2.) unintentionally omitted from the original text and the proposal to improve the text, add that the definitions in UN R48 apply unless the regulation or the vehicle-category-specific regulations (UN R53, 78, 86) specify different applicable definitions, to clarify that the construction provision and prohibition on use of paints or varnishes under paragraph 4.1.6 only apply to retro-reflectors, to correct the omission of Class F devices from the title of paragraph 5.4., and to add the water-resistance test (from UN R69 and R70) to Annex 7.
GRE/2019/24 | Proposal to correct UN Regulation No. [149] (Road Illumination Devices) Proposal to reintroduce the run-up provisions for high-intensity discharge (HID) headlamps that were unintentionally omitted from the original text of UN R149.
GRE/2019/25 | Proposal to correct UN Regulation No. [148] (Light Signalling Devices) Proposal from the Simplification of Lighting Regulations informal group to delete a footnote indicator and delete characters from a figure on the standard light distribution of devices.
GRE/2019/26 | Proposal to correct UN Regulation No. [150] (Retro-Reflective Devices) Proposal from the Simplification of Lighting Regulations informal group to correct a paragraph reference ('3.3.2.2' in place of '3.2.3.2') and to insert a provision from UN R3 (para. 4.1.2.) unintentionally omitted from the original text.

GRE will consider revised proposals for amendments to UN Regulation No. [148] and to UN Regulation No. 48 submitted by the experts from France and Germany, which introduce conditions for the use of logos inside the illuminating surface of a signalling lamp.

GRE-82-20 | Proposal for amendments to documents GRE/2019/28 Proposal to improve the proposal submitted by the experts from France and Germany to allow under specified conditions the use of manufacturer logos inside the illuminant surface of a signalling lamp.
GRE/2019/28 | Proposal for Supplements to UN R148 and R48.06 Proposal to allow the use of logos inside the illuminating surface of a signalling lamp under certain conditions.

GRE will consider an updated proposal transmitted by the expert from Germany which introduces requirements for testing the sun load impact into UN Regulation No. [148] on Light Signalling Devices.

GRE-82-38 | UN R48 and R148: Comments on document GRE/2019/22 Japan basically agrees with the proposal made by Germany but considers that certain points need clarification.
GRE/2019/22 | Proposal for Supplements to the new UN Regulation No. [148] and to the 06 and [07] series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 48 Proposal to introduce requirements for testing the sun load impact, which can delay the perception of a signal in such a way that it may became a serious safety issue, if the sun load impact goes above a defined ratio.

GRE will resume its discussions on the various options of how to use the Unique Identifier (UI) for the new simplified UN Regulations, and will be informed about the views of IWG on Database for the Exchange of Type Approval Documentation (DETA).

GRE-81-20 | Unique Identifier for the new simplified UN lighting Regulations

Driver assistance road projections.

GRE-82-04 | Proposal to amend UN Regulations Nos. 48 and [149] to allow projections of driver assistance symbols The proposal opens the opportunity to project driver assistance symbols on the road ahead the vehicle as part of the Adaptive Driving Beam by introducing angular limits for the placement of these projections as well as luminous intensity limits in order to guarantee a good perceptibility of the symbols for the driver at night time without distracting other road users.
GRE-82-40 | Driver assistance projections
GRE-82-39 | Status report of the Simplification of Lighting Regulations informal group
GRE-82-02 | Proposal to correct the text of UN R149 Proposal from the Simplification of Lighting Regulations informal group to delete the luminous intensities minimum requirements for the measuring point 50L (which are not in UN R112 and therefore should not be in UN R149) from Table 8 and to correct a typo in the angular position for S100RR in Table 13. Given the importance of these corrections, this proposal is simultaneously being submitted as a formal document for consideration during the WP.29 session in November 2019.
WP.29/2019/125 | UN R149: Proposal for Supplement 2 Proposal from the Simplification of Lighting Regulations informal group to delete the luminous intensities minimum requirements for the measuring point 50L (which are not in UN R112 and therefore should not be in UN R149) from Table 8 and to correct a typo in the angular position for S100RR in Table 13. Given its urgency, the proposal has been submitted in parallel for GRE consideration (GRE-82-02).
GRE/2019/24 | Proposal to correct UN Regulation No. [149] (Road Illumination Devices) Proposal to reintroduce the run-up provisions for high-intensity discharge (HID) headlamps that were unintentionally omitted from the original text of UN R149.
GRE/2019/25 | Proposal to correct UN Regulation No. [148] (Light Signalling Devices) Proposal from the Simplification of Lighting Regulations informal group to delete a footnote indicator and delete characters from a figure on the standard light distribution of devices.
GRE/2019/26 | Proposal to correct UN Regulation No. [150] (Retro-Reflective Devices) Proposal from the Simplification of Lighting Regulations informal group to correct a paragraph reference ('3.3.2.2' in place of '3.2.3.2') and to insert a provision from UN R3 (para. 4.1.2.) unintentionally omitted from the original text.
GRE-82-27 | UN R148: Proposal for a Supplement Proposal to restore the sequential activation of direction indicators of categories 11, 11a, 11b, 11c and 12, which were included in UN Regulation No. 50 but omitted when UN R148 was developed during SLR Stage 1. The corresponding references to UN Regulation Nos. 53 and 86 have been included.
GRE-82-28 | UN R148: Proposal for a Supplement Proposal to differentiate light source modules in cases where a signalling device contains more than one different module. The proposal adds the missing provision for multiple light source modules that is present in paragraph 3.6.2. of UN R7 and should be transposed into this regulation.
GRE-82-29 | UN R148: Proposal for a Supplement Proposal to correct an error in the figure in Annex II, A3-X based on the original figure taken from UN R4, Annex 3 (b).
GRE-82-26 | UN R150: Draft consolidated proposal for amendments Consolidated proposal incorporating the proposal to correct a paragraph reference (‘3.3.2.2’ in place of ‘3.2.3.2’) and to insert a provision from UN R3 (para. 4.1.2.) unintentionally omitted from the original text and the proposal to improve the text, add that the definitions in UN R48 apply unless the regulation or the vehicle-category-specific regulations (UN R53, 78, 86) specify different applicable definitions, to clarify that the construction provision and prohibition on use of paints or varnishes under paragraph 4.1.6 only apply to retro-reflectors, to correct the omission of Class F devices from the title of paragraph 5.4., and to add the water-resistance test (from UN R69 and R70) to Annex 7.
GRE-82-30 | UN R148: Draft consolidated proposal for amendments The document was prepared by the GRE-IWG SLR to show the latest status of work and collect feedback from GRE for the preparation of the final proposal that will be submitted to the 83rd GRE session.
GRE-82-33 | UN R149: Proposal for amendments Proposal to correct the reference to paragraph 5.3.1.5.3. (found in paragraph 5.3.2.8.2. of the current text) with 5.3.1.4.3.
GRE/2019/28 | Proposal for Supplements to UN R148 and R48.06 Proposal to allow the use of logos inside the illuminating surface of a signalling lamp under certain conditions.
GRE-82-20 | Proposal for amendments to documents GRE/2019/28 Proposal to improve the proposal submitted by the experts from France and Germany to allow under specified conditions the use of manufacturer logos inside the illuminant surface of a signalling lamp.
GRE-82-32 | UN R48: Consolidated version of ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRE/2019/28
GRE-82-36 | UN R148: Proposal to amend ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRE/2019/28
GRE/2019/22 | Proposal for Supplements to the new UN Regulation No. [148] and to the 06 and [07] series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 48 Proposal to introduce requirements for testing the sun load impact, which can delay the perception of a signal in such a way that it may became a serious safety issue, if the sun load impact goes above a defined ratio.
GRE-82-38 | UN R48 and R148: Comments on document GRE/2019/22 Japan basically agrees with the proposal made by Germany but considers that certain points need clarification.
GRE-82-31 | Challenges to the implementation of the Unique Identifier
5. UN Regulations Nos. 37 (Filament lamps), 99 (Gas discharge light sources), 128 (Light emitting diodes light sources) and the Consolidated Resolution on the common specification of light source categories

GRE will consider a proposal prepared by the expert from the International Automotive Lighting and Light Signalling Expert Group (GTB) that amends light source categories L1A/6 and L1B/6 in the Consolidated Resolution on the common specification of light source categories (R.E.5), together with an associated amendment to UN Regulation No. 128.

GRE/2019/15 | UN R128: Proposal for Supplement [10] Proposal to insert a minimum luminance gradient as an alternative criteria. The current text requires a certain "asymmetry" of the Light Emitting Area (LEA) in order to ensure a "minimum worst-case gradient"; however, this requirement has been deemed too design-restrictive.
GRE/2019/16 | RE5: Proposal for amendment [1] to version [2] Proposal to amend light source categories L1A/6 and L1B/6 in the Consolidated Resolution on the common specification of light source categories (R.E.5).

GRE may expect a progress report on the Task Force on Substitutes and Retrofits (TF SR) and will consider their proposals which introduce requirements for light emitting diode (LED) substitute light sources into the new UN Regulation No. [149] on Road Illumination Devices (RID).

GRE-82-03 | Substitute light source equivalence guide Guide prepared by the GRE Substitutes/Retrofits Task Force to criteria for specifying LED substitute light source categories as equivalents for corresponding fliament light source categories.
GRE-82-17/Rev.2 | Status report of the Task Force on Substitutes/Retrofits
GRE/2019/19 | UN R149: Proposal for Supplement [1] Proposal from the GRE Task Force on Substitutes/Retrofits to introduce requirements for LED substitute light sources.

GRE is also invited to address a proposal by TF SR that introduces a new LED substitute light source category H11/LED in R.E.5.

GRE-82-12 | H11 substitute interlock solution: Fit & function/Fit & non-function by the “Electrical key-system”
GRE/2019/21 | RE5: Proposal for amendment Proposal from the GRE Task Force on Substitutes/Retrofits to introduce a new light emitting diode (LED) substitute light source category H11/LED for road illumination applications.
GRE/2019/15 | UN R128: Proposal for Supplement [10] Proposal to insert a minimum luminance gradient as an alternative criteria. The current text requires a certain "asymmetry" of the Light Emitting Area (LEA) in order to ensure a "minimum worst-case gradient"; however, this requirement has been deemed too design-restrictive.
GRE/2019/16 | RE5: Proposal for amendment [1] to version [2] Proposal to amend light source categories L1A/6 and L1B/6 in the Consolidated Resolution on the common specification of light source categories (R.E.5).
GRE-82-17/Rev.2 | Status report of the Task Force on Substitutes/Retrofits
GRE/2019/19 | UN R149: Proposal for Supplement [1] Proposal from the GRE Task Force on Substitutes/Retrofits to introduce requirements for LED substitute light sources.
WP.29/2019/81 | UN R148: Supplement 1 Proposal to<ul><li>clarify paragraph 2.1 with regard to definitions: “All the definitions given in the latest series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 48 in force at the time of application for type approval shall apply, unless otherwise specified in this UN Regulation or in the pertinent installation UN Regulations Nos. 53, 74 and 86.”</li><li>amend the inboard visibility angle for rear position lamps in pairs in the new UN Regulation on Light-Signalling Devices (LSD)</li><li>Use of LED substitute light source(s) is allowed and does not constitute a change of the lamp type. However, lamp performances shall be tested during type approval also with the LED substitute light source. Approval of the lamp using filament light source(s) is a prerequisite for approval of the lamp using LED substitute light source(s).</li><li>Testing with LED substitute light sources is exempted from conformity of production control.</li><li>The technical description shall include notice that the lamp also has to be approved with the LED substitute light source(s) according to UN R128 if the applicant has so determined.</li><li>The approval marking or the Unique Identifier as well as the category or categories of LED substitute light source(s) prescribed, if any, shall be visible.</li><li>The indication of both the holder of the filament light source and of its LED counterpart light source, if any, shall be explicitly provided.</li><li>Introduce requirements for automatic switching from DRL to headlamp(s) if the maximum luminous intensity of DRL is above 700 cd.</li></ul>
GRE/2019/21 | RE5: Proposal for amendment Proposal from the GRE Task Force on Substitutes/Retrofits to introduce a new light emitting diode (LED) substitute light source category H11/LED for road illumination applications.
GRE-82-03 | Substitute light source equivalence guide Guide prepared by the GRE Substitutes/Retrofits Task Force to criteria for specifying LED substitute light source categories as equivalents for corresponding fliament light source categories.
GRE-82-12 | H11 substitute interlock solution: Fit & function/Fit & non-function by the “Electrical key-system”
6. UN Regulation No. 48 (Installation of lighting and light-signalling devices)
6. (a) Proposals for amendments to the 05 and 06 series of amendments

GRE will consider a proposal prepared by the expert from Germany that allow the manual switch-off of all lighting devices in special cases.

GRE/2019/14 | UN R48: Proposal for a Supplement Proposal to allow the manual switching off all lighting devices in all circumstances for vehicles intended for use by the armed services and forces responsible for maintaining public order.

GRE may wish to recall a discussion, at the previous session, on the activation of hazard warning lights when opening a door in vehicles not equipped with a door assistance and warning system. Following the GRE request, the secretariat brought this issue to the attention of the Working Party on General Safety Provisions (GRSG). GRE will be informed about the outcome of GRSG consideration.

GRE/2019/8 | UN R48: Proposal for a Supplement to the 06 series of amendments Proposal to introduce provisions:<ol class="alpha"><li>For vehicles intended for use by the armed services and forces responsible for maintaining public order: the manual switching off of all lighting devices in all circumstances;</li><li>In the absence of a “vehicle door assistance and warning system”: the mandatory application of the hazard warning lights to reduce the safety risks in the case a door is opened to the traffic side.</li></ol>

Other proposals.

GRE-82-04 | Proposal to amend UN Regulations Nos. 48 and [149] to allow projections of driver assistance symbols The proposal opens the opportunity to project driver assistance symbols on the road ahead the vehicle as part of the Adaptive Driving Beam by introducing angular limits for the placement of these projections as well as luminous intensity limits in order to guarantee a good perceptibility of the symbols for the driver at night time without distracting other road users.
GRE-82-08 | Proposal to amend UN R48 Proposal to align UN R48 with provisions in UN R4 by introducing parameters for luminance levels, maximum gradient value, angles of visibility and light incidence angle which are necessary to determine the geometric position of devices in relation to the rear registration plate.
6. (b) Proposals for new series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 48

GRE is invited to consider a proposal for a new series of amendments prepared by the expert from the Special Interest Group that defines the switching conditions of dipped-beam and daytime running lamps (DRL) and the variable intensity of rear lamps in conjunction with traffic conditions.

GRE-82-07 | UN R48: Proposal for amendments to document GRE/2019/20
GRE-82-21 | UN R48: Proposal for amendments to document GRE/2019/20 Proposal to clarify the conditions under which the vehicles may circulate with the dipped beam headlamps switched OFF.
GRE-82-25 | UN R48: Proposal for a new series of amendments Proposal concerning the conditions under which the vehicles may circulate with the dipped beam headlamps switched OFF from the SLR informal group to based on document ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRE/2019/03 taking into account the agreed modifications to the diagram introduced with GRE-81-21 (see ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRE/81, Annex II).
GRE-82-35/Rev.1 | UN R48: Proposal to amend document GRE/2019/20 Proposal for changes to the draft provisions to define switching conditions for dipped beam and daytime running lamps (DRL) and the variable intensity of rear lamps in conjunction with traffic conditions.
GRE-82-44/Rev.1 | UN R48: Proposal to amend draft transitional provisions for the 07 series of amendments
GRE/2019/20 | UN R48: Proposal for a new 08 series of amendments Proposal by a GRE Special Interest Group to define switching conditions for dipped beam and daytime running lamps (DRL) and the variable intensity of rear lamps in conjunction with traffic conditions.

GRE will equally address another proposal for a new series of amendments prepared by the expert from the Special Interest Group which clarifies the definitions of “switching” and “activation” as well as introduces the mandatory use of Emergency Stop Signal (ESS).

GRE-82-06 | UN R48: Proposal of amendments to document GRE/2019/29
GRE-82-11 | UN R48: Proposal for amendment to document GRE/2019/29 Proposal of corrections to the original document from the group of interested experts.
GRE-82-23 | UN R48: Proposal for amendments to document GRE/2019/29 Proposal to clarify the transitional provisions for the mandatory use of Emergency Stop Signal (ESS).
GRE/2019/29 | UN R48: Proposal for a new 07 series of amendments Proposal from a GRE Special Interest Group on the 07 series of amendments to UN R48 to clarify the definitions of "switching" and "activation" and to introduce the mandatory use of Emergency Stop Signal (ESS) to align UN R48 with the General Safety Regulation of the European Union.

Other proposals

GRE-82-34 | UN R48: Proposal to amend 07 and 08 series of amendments Proposal to amend the transitional provisions.
7. Other UN Regulations
7. (a) UN Regulation No. 10 (Electromagnetic compatibility)

GRE will consider a proposal by the expert from the Netherlands that improves the text of paragraph of 3.1.8.

GRE/2019/27 | UN R10: Proposal for amendments Proposal to require that the vehicle manufacturer's statement regarding frequency bands, power levels, antenna positions and installation provisions for the installation of radio frequency transmitters (RF-transmitters) be added to the information document (e.g. under item 63, Annex 2A) to facilitate conformity of production and other compliance checks.

GRE will be informed that GRSG is finalizing proposals for the splitting UN Regulation No. 116 and has requested GRE, particularly its Task Force on Electromagnetic Compatibility (TF EMC), to scrutinize the provisions of Annex 5 on EMC.

GRE-82-24 | Status report of the Task Force on Electro-Magnetic Compatibility
GRSG/2019/20 | Proposal for a draft new UN Regulation on Devices Against Unauthorized Use Proposal to extract provisions from UN R116 in order to establish a separate regulation for the approval of devices to protect against unauthorized vehicle use. The splitting of UN R116 into three separate regulations has been proposed to advance the implementation of the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval system.
GRSG/2019/21 | Proposal for a new UN Regulation on immobilizers and approval of a vehicle with regard to its immobilizer Proposal to extract provisions from UN R116 in order to establish a separate regulation for the approval of immobilizers and vehicles equipped with immobilizers. The splitting of UN R116 into three separate regulations has been proposed to advance the implementation of the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval system.
GRSG/2019/22 | Proposal for a draft new UN Regulation on vehicle alarm system and approval of a vehicle with regard to its vehicle alarm system Proposal for a new regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicle alarm systems and approval of a vehicle with regard to its vehicle alarm system. The regulation would extract provisions from UN R116 in order to advance UN R0 on the international whole vehicle type approval system.
7. (b) UN Regulation No. 53 (Installation of lighting and light-signalling devices for L3 vehicles)

GRE is invited to consider a proposal by the expert from India that makes the fitment of front position lamps optional.

GRE/2019/18 | UN R53: Proposal for a new Supplement to the 01 and 02 series of amendments Proposal to render optional the fitment of front position lamps where the motorcycle is fitted with automatic headlamp switching or daytime running lamps meeting certain conditions and to add provisions regarding electrical connections and the activation of simultaneous lamps (e.g., to permit activation of rear lamps before the front lamps are activated).

GRE may wish to address a proposal by the expert from the International Motorcycle Manufacturers Association (IMMA) that aligns the text of the 03 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 53 with the latest modifications to the 01 and 02 series.

GRE-82-16 | UN R53: Clarification on document GRE/2019/23 Proposal to clarify the content of GRE/2019/23, aimed at ensuring that the new 03 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 53 contains the latest proposals adopted by GRE regarding preceding series.
GRE/2019/23 | UN R53: Proposal for a new Supplement to the 03 series of amendments Proposal to align the 03 series of amendments to UN R53 (as adopted during GRE-81: GRE/2018/50, as amended by GRE/2019/12) with the latest proposals for amendments to the 01 and 02 series (as adopted by GRE but not yet in force at the time of the present proposal:<ol><li>Add references to UN R148, R149, and R150 (WP.29/2018/104/Rev.1 as amended by WP.29-177-07, and WP.29/2018/105), implementing the change index and amending the definitions (taking into consideration informal document GRE-80-05),</li><li>Align UN R53 with UN R148 regarding the inward geometric visibility requirements for rear position lamps (GRE/2018/28),</li><li>Clarify the use of direction indicators to show the status of the device for protection of a vehicle against unauthorised use and allow exterior courtesy lamps to be fitted on motorcycles (WP.29/2019/17 as amended by para. 107 of the session report and WP.29/2019/18 as amended by para. 108),</li><li>Align UN R53 with UN R48 and correct a mistake in a previous amendment process (WP.29/2018/86/Rev.1 andWP.29/2018/87/Rev.1),</li><li>Allow the use of different stop lamp activation methods, aligning the definition of “stop lamp” with UN R48 (GRE/2018/29), and</li><li>Introduce requirements for light emitting diode (LED) substitute light sources (GRE/2018/41).</li></ol>

Other exchange on motorcycle lighting

GRE-82-13 | Proposal for supplements to the 03 series to UN R53 and the 00 series of amendments to UN R149 Proposal to enable the approval of Category L<sub>3</sub> equipped with adaptive driving beam (ADB) headlamps under UN R53 and R149.
GRE-82-18 | Comparison of ADB provisions between current R48 and R53 proposal Comparison of adaptive driving beam provisions between the current UN Regulation No. 48 and the proposal for amendments to UN Regulation No. 53 (GRE-82-13).
GRE-82-22 | UN R53: Proposal to amend the 03 series of amendments Proposal to rectify the transitional period for recently amended provisions applicable to the installation of lighting and light-signalling devices for L3 vehicles.
GRE-82-37 | UN R53: Comments on document GRE-82-22 Comments particularly with regard to the transitional provisions for the 03 series of amendments.
GRE-82-46/Rev1 | Adaptive driving beams on leaning motorcycles In the leaning condition, the operation of the ADB lamp and its effect do not change from the non-leaning condition which turns off the segment where a camera has detected preceding and/or oncoming vehicle(s).Therefore, there is no additional requirement for the leaning condition.
7. (c) UN Regulation No. 65 (Special warning lamps)

GRE will consider a proposal for corrections submitted by the expert from GTB.

GRE/2019/17 | UN R65: Proposal for Supplement [11] Proposal for corrections to UN Regulation 65 (Special Warning Lamps) based upon Supplement 10 to the original Regulation. A recent review of the content of UN Regulation 65 has revealed some long-standing editorial errors that do not affect the technical requirements but do create confusion.

Other proposals.

GRE-82-09 | Proposal to amend UN R65 Proposal to clarify the definition of "'on' time" (t<sub>H</sub>) to address cases where a single flash consists of several flashes.
8. Other business
8. (a) Development of the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval

GRE may expect an oral report from the GRE Ambassador on the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval (IWVTA) and any required follow-up actions.

GRE will also be informed about the development of an electronic Database for the Exchange of Type Approval documentation (DETA).

8. (b) Amendments to the Convention on Road Traffic (Vienna, 1968)

GRE will be informed about considerations of the Global Forum for Road Traffic Safety (WP.1) at its recent session.

8. (c) Decade of action for road safety 2011–2020

GRE will be invited to share and discuss national and international developments in road safety and lighting and light-signalling.

8. (d) Requests of the Inland transport Committee

The Inland Transport Committee (ITC), at its eighty-first session in 2019, adopted the ITC Strategy until 2030, invited its subsidiary bodies to follow-up by aligning their work with the strategy and requested the secretariat to take the necessary actions to promote the implementation of the strategy (ECE/TRANS/288, paras. 15 (a), © and (g)). Furthermore, the Committee expressed its concern for the limited progress globally in meeting the Sustainable Development Goal targets on road safety and those of the United Nation Decade of Action for Road Safety (ibid, para. 64). To help countries, particularly new contracting parties, to further implement legal instruments in the area of road safety, the secretariat has prepared the draft ITC Recommendations for Enhancing National Road Safety Systems for comments by the Working Parties. Against this background, GRE is invited to provide its contribution.

8. (e) Obsolete transitional provisions

GRE is invited to consider a discussion paper submitted by the experts from Italy and the Netherlands.

GRE-80-06 | Lighting regulations; Obsolete transitional provisions
9. New business and late submissions

GRE may also consider new issues and/or documents which were submitted after the annotated provisional agenda had been submitted for translation.

GRE-82-10/Rev.1 | Proposal to amend UN R148 Proposal to include daytime running lamps in the provision for 'an assembly of two independent lamps to be type approved as lamp marked "D"'.
GRE-82-15 | Consolidated proposals for amendments to UN Regulations Nos. 53 and 74 Proposal to remove restrictions on the installation of lighting devices on L<sub>1</sub> and L<sub>3</sub> category vehicles that are permitted for M, N, and T category vehicles.
10. Direction of future work of GRE

GRE will be informed about WP.29 discussions, at its June 2019 session, on the signalling requirements for automated/autonomous vehicles.

11. Provisional agenda for the next session

GRE may wish to provide guidance on the provisional agenda for the next session.

12. Election of officers

In compliance with Rule 37 of the Rules of Procedure (TRANS/WP.29/690, Amend.1 and Amend. 2), GRE will elect the Chair and Vice-Chair for the sessions scheduled for the year 2020.