Session 5 | Geneva | 10-14 Feb 2020
Attendance
1. Adoption of the agenda

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

GRVA-05-01 | 5th GRVA session: Running order of the agenda
GRVA-05-32 | GRVA Session 5: Updated and consolidated provisional agenda Including all informal documents received through 7 Feb. 2020 @ 6.00 p.m.
GRVA/2020/1 | Provisional agenda for the 5th GRVA session
GRVA/2020/1/Add.1 | Annotated provisional agenda for the 5th GRVA session
GRVA/2020/1 | Provisional agenda for the 5th GRVA session
GRVA/2020/1/Add.1 | Annotated provisional agenda for the 5th GRVA session
2. Highlights of the November 2019 session of WP.29

GRVA may wish to be briefed by the secretariat about the highlights of the November 2019 session of WP.29, on GRVA and common issues.

GRVA-05-28 | GRVA: Highlights of the 179th WP.29 session and general information
GRVA-05-28 | GRVA: Highlights of the 179th WP.29 session and general information
3. Exchange of views on guidelines and relevant national activities

GRVA may wish to consider the information from Japan, in line with the WTO Technical Barriers to Trade, on their revision of their national safety regulation

GRVA-05-21 | WTO : Technical Barrier to Trade : Notification of revision of Safety Regulations in Japan
GRVA-05-48 | Who is in control? Road safety and automation in road traffic Dutch Safety Board report on ADs-equipped vehicle safety performance issues.
GRVA-05-49 | Presentation of the Dutch Safety Board report "Who is in Control?"
GRVA-05-48 | Who is in control? Road safety and automation in road traffic Dutch Safety Board report on ADs-equipped vehicle safety performance issues.
GRVA-05-49 | Presentation of the Dutch Safety Board report "Who is in Control?"
GRVA-05-21 | WTO : Technical Barrier to Trade : Notification of revision of Safety Regulations in Japan
4. Automated/autonomous and connected vehicles
4. (a) Deliverables of the Informal Working Group on Automatically Commanded Steering Function

GRVA may wish to be briefed on the outcome of the last meetings of the Informal Working Group (IWG) on Automatically Commanded Steering Function (ACSF) and will consider a proposal for a new UN Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regards to Automated Lane Keeping Systems (ALKS) including functional and testing requirements.

GRVA-05-07/Rev.1 | ALKS: Proposal for a new UN Regulation Proposal by IWG ALKS for new regulation for the approval of on-highway automated lane keeping systems operating at speeds below 60 kph.
GRVA-05-07/Rev.2 | ALKS: Proposal for a new UN Regulation Proposal by IWG ALKS for new regulation for the approval of on-highway automated lane keeping systems operating at speeds below 60 kph reflecting ongoing discussions and agreed points from the initial review during the fifth GRVA session.
GRVA-05-07/Rev.3 | ALKS: Proposal for a new UN Regulation Draft text for a new UN Regulation on the approval of low-speed, on-highway automated lane-keeping systems. This draft will be the basis for discussions at the 6th GRVA session.
GRVA-05-25 | Status report of the ACSF informal working group
GRVA-05-36 | ALKS: Motivation of Cut-In Requirements Explanation of the rationale behind proposals for cut-in test procedure proposals.
GRVA-05-37 | China’s comments on the test specifications of ALKS
GRVA-05-44 | ALKS: Avoidance criteria for cut-in situation
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 will also be briefed on the outcome of the IWG on Validation Methods for Automated Driving (VMAD) concerning ALKS and will review a proposal for ALKS testing requirements.

GRVA-05-18 | Automated Lane Keeping Systems (ALKS) : Proposal for draft Annex 4 Proposal submitted by IWG on ALKS for a draft Annex to address the “audit/assessment/simulation/in use reporting” pillar .
GRVA-05-19 | Automated Lane Keeping systems (ALKS) : Proposal for draft Appendix to Annex 4 Proposal submitted by IWG on VMAD for an Appendix to the Annex 4 to address ‘scenarios” pillar especially for the traffic critical scenarios of the new test and assessment methods
GRVA-05-62 | ALKS: Necessity of the traffic critical scenarios drafting under VMAD Subgroup 1a

GRVA will be informed about the outcome of the IWG on Event Data Recorder / Data Storage Systems for Automated Driving (EDR/DSSAD) concerning ALKS and will review DSSAD requirements for ALKS.

GRVA-05-31 | ALKS: Data storage requirements for the draft UN Regulation
GRVA-05-25 | Status report of the ACSF informal working group
GRVA-05-07/Rev.1 | ALKS: Proposal for a new UN Regulation Proposal by IWG ALKS for new regulation for the approval of on-highway automated lane keeping systems operating at speeds below 60 kph.
GRVA-05-46 | ALKS: Proposal for amendments to GRVA-05-07/Rev.1
GRVA-05-45 | ALKS: Analysis of requirements for lane changes in Minimal Risk or Emergency Maneuvers
GRVA-05-31 | ALKS: Data storage requirements for the draft UN Regulation
GRVA-05-36 | ALKS: Motivation of Cut-In Requirements Explanation of the rationale behind proposals for cut-in test procedure proposals.
GRVA-05-19 | Automated Lane Keeping systems (ALKS) : Proposal for draft Appendix to Annex 4 Proposal submitted by IWG on VMAD for an Appendix to the Annex 4 to address ‘scenarios” pillar especially for the traffic critical scenarios of the new test and assessment methods
GRVA-05-62 | ALKS: Necessity of the traffic critical scenarios drafting under VMAD Subgroup 1a
GRVA-05-18 | Automated Lane Keeping Systems (ALKS) : Proposal for draft Annex 4 Proposal submitted by IWG on ALKS for a draft Annex to address the “audit/assessment/simulation/in use reporting” pillar .
GRVA-05-37 | China’s comments on the test specifications of ALKS
GRVA-05-44 | ALKS: Avoidance criteria for cut-in situation
GRVA-05-07/Rev.3 | ALKS: Proposal for a new UN Regulation Draft text for a new UN Regulation on the approval of low-speed, on-highway automated lane-keeping systems. This draft will be the basis for discussions at the 6th GRVA session.
4. (b) Deliverables of the Informal Working Group on Functional Requirements for Automated and Autonomous Vehicles

GRVA may wish to be briefed on the outcome of the first meeting of the IWG on Functional Requirements for Automated and Autonomous Vehicles (FRAV).

GRVA-05-40 | FRAV status report: Functional Performance Requirements for Automated Driving Systems and ADS-Equipped Vehicles
GRVA-05-41 | Automated driving: FRAV informal group status report

GRVA is expected to review, according to the framework document (ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2019/34 as revised), common functional requirements on existing national/regional guidelines and other relevant reference documents (1958 and 1998 Agreements).

WP.29/2019/34/Rev.1 | Framework document on automated/autonomous vehicles
GRVA-05-40 | FRAV status report: Functional Performance Requirements for Automated Driving Systems and ADS-Equipped Vehicles
GRVA-05-41 | Automated driving: FRAV informal group status report
4. (c) Deliverables of the Informal Working Group on Validation Methods for Automated Driving

GRVA may wish to be briefed on the outcome of the last meetings of the IWG on Validation Methods for Automated Driving (VMAD).

GRVA-05-23 | Status report of the VMAD informal group

GRVA is expected, according to the framework document, to review of the existing and upcoming methods and a proposed way forward for the assessment of Automated Driving Vehicles.

GRVA-05-23 | Status report of the VMAD informal group
4. (d) Deliverables of the Informal Working Group on Event Data Recorder / Data Storage Systems for Automated Driving

GRVA may wish to be briefed on the outcome of the last meetings of the IWG on Event Data Recorder / Data Storage Systems for Automated Driving (EDR/DSSAD).

GRVA-05-34 | DSSAD: Review of the existing national / regional activities and a proposed way forward

GRVA is expected, according to the framework document, to review of the existing national as well as regional activities, and a proposed way forward for DSSAD.

5. Connected vehicles
5. (a) Cyber security and data protection as well as software updates

GRVA agreed to consider proposals for recommendation prepared by the Task Force on Cyber Security and Over-The-Air issues, if any.

GRVA-05-26 | Status of the cyber security and software update process recommendations

GRVA will consider a proposal from the Task Force for a new UN Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to cyber security and of their cyber security management systems as well as a draft 01 series of amendments to this UN Regulation.

GRVA-05-05 | Cybersecurity: Proposal for amendments to the draft UN Regulation The amendment proposal by TF CS/OTA to improve the text (ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRVA/2020/3) with respect to the Approval Authorities and granting of type approvals
GRVA-05-05/Rev.1 | Cybersecurity: Proposal for amendments to the draft UN Regulation Draft text for a new UN Regulation on the certification of cybersecurity management systems and the approval of vehicles with regarding to cybersecurity. This draft will be considered during the 6th GRVA session.
GRVA-05-13 | Cybersecurity: Proposal to amend the draft UN Regulation Text submitted by the expert from Japan proposing an amendment to document GRVA-05-05 from TF CS/OTA
GRVA-05-15 | Cybersecurity: Explanatory document Explanatory document submitted by the expert from FIGIEFA to be read in conjunction with the UN Regulation on Cybersecurity (ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRVA/2020/2). This document describes process flow for national/regional authorities to define objective minimum compliance criteria.
GRVA-05-16 | Cybersecurity: Proposal for amendments to the draft UN Regulation Text submitted by the experts from EGEA, FIA, FIGIEFA and ETRMA for amendments and modifications to ECE/TRANS/WP29/GRVA/2020/2 & ECE/TRANS/WP29/GRVA/2020/3
GRVA-05-17 | Cybersecurity and Software updates: Proposals for amendments to the draft UN Regulations Proposal submitted by the expert from FIGIEFA for amendments to the draft regulations on Cyber Security and Software Updates (GRVA/2020/2, GRVA/2020/3 and GRVA/2020/4) to address concerns regarding service and maintenance and the use of replacement parts.
GRVA-05-20 | Cybersecurity : Proposal for amendments to GRVA-05-05 Proposal to delete limitations regarding the choice of cryptographic modules.
GRVA-05-22 | Cybersecurity: Proposal for amendments to document GRVA-05-05 Proposal to define the absence of a Cyber Security Management System certificate (e.g., expiration or withdrawal) as a modification affecting vehicle technical performance (and therefore, the type approval of the vehicle).
GRVA-05-27 | Cybersecurity: Proposal of amendments to document GRVA-05-05 Proposal from the GRVA secretariat to align the text of the draft UN Regulation on cybersecurity with the text of Schedule 6 of the 1958 Agreement.
GRVA-05-29 | Cybersecurity: Proposal of amendments to document GRVA-05-05 Proposal from France to delete provisions allowing a "cross check" of cybersecurity management certifications among approval authorities in favor of defined requirements for technical services.
GRVA-05-33 | Cybersecurity: Comments to GRVA-05-05
GRVA-05-42 | Cybersecurity: Proposal for amendments to document GRVA-05-05 Proposal to delete the phrase “actively seek guidance” regarding Type Approval Authority consultations, shortening the period during which authorities can express reservations regarding a draft approval from 30 days to 14 days, and clarifications to the text.
GRVA-05-51 | UN R79: Proposal for amendments to GRVA-05-05 Russia-coordinated effort to reconcile divergent views on the concept for type authority review of other type approval authority decisions on cybersecurity management system certification.
GRVA-05-54 | Cybersecurity: Proposal for amendments to the draft Regulation Proposal to insert the provision, "This regulation is without prejudice to national or regional regulations dealing with the development and replacement of parts and systems, physical and digital, with regards to ensure their compatibility with cybersecurity."
GRVA/2020/2 | Cybersecurity: Proposal for a new UN Regulation
GRVA/2020/3 | Cybersecurity: Proposal for the 01 series of amendments

GRVA will consider a proposal for a new UN Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of software update processes as well as a template for amending existing UN Regulations to introduce provisions on Software Identification Numbers (SWIN).

GRVA-05-04 | Software Update Processes: Proposals for amendments to the draft UN Regulation The proposed amendments by TF CS/OTA is to improve the existing text (ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRVA/2020/4 ) and to add clarity for its application.
GRVA-05-06 | Software Update Processes: Consolidated proposal for amendments to the draft UN Regulation Consolidated text by TF CS/OTA for the proposal of amendments to ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRVA/2020/4
GRVA-05-17 | Cybersecurity and Software updates: Proposals for amendments to the draft UN Regulations Proposal submitted by the expert from FIGIEFA for amendments to the draft regulations on Cyber Security and Software Updates (GRVA/2020/2, GRVA/2020/3 and GRVA/2020/4) to address concerns regarding service and maintenance and the use of replacement parts.
GRVA/2020/4 | Software Update Processes: Proposal for a new UN Regulation
GRVA/2020/5 | Software Identification: Draft proposal to amend UN Regulations to introduce software identification numbers (RXSWIN) Proposal to introduce software control numbers into relevant UN Regulations.

GRVA may wish to take note of the submission of a report on the test phase produced by the task force and submitted to WP.29 at its November 2019 session.

GRVA/2020/6 | Software Update Processes: Report on the validation test phase
5. (b) Legal considerations regarding technical provisions over the vehicle lifetime

The secretariat will brief GRVA on legal considerations regarding technical provisions over the vehicle lifetime, as requested by WP.29 at its November 2019 session.

GRVA-05-12 | 1958 Agreement : Lifetime/lifecycle considerations Note from the Secretariat on the evaluation of the 1958 Agreement of whether lifecycle and lifetime provisions could be included in the Agreement
5. (c) Other business

GRVA may wish to consider any other proposal, if available.

6. UN Regulation No. 79 (Steering equipment)
6. (a) Automatically Commanded Steering Functions

GRVA will review three revised proposals tabled by the expert from the European Association for Electromobility (AVERE) aimed at clarifying technical provisions regarding ACSF of Category B1 and C.

GRVA-05-08/Rev.2 | UN R79 : Proposal for amendments to Supplement to the 03 series The proposed text combines the proposed changes in GRVA/2020/8 (proposal for a maximum time of 15 seconds for a lane change) with the adopted changes in GRVA/2019/24.
GRVA-05-09/Rev.1 | UN R79 : Proposal for amendment to Supplement to the 03 series Proposal combining the proposed changes of GRVA/2020/9 with the previously adopted changes in GRVA/2019/24.
GRVA-05-09/Rev.2 | UN R79: Proposal for amendment to Supplement to the 03 series
GRVA-05-09/Rev.3 | UN R79: Proposal for amendment to Supplement to the 03 series Proposal to clarify conditions for automatic deactivation of the direction indicator pursuant to a lane change maneuver.
GRVA-05-24 | UN R79: Proposal for amendments to document GRVA/2020/7 Amendments to refine the proposal to increase maximum lateral acceleration limit values up to 4 m/s² for speeds up to 80 km/h for M1/[N1] category vehicles, provided there is no heavy rain and ambient air temperatures are above 4°C. The proposal sets the speed at 60 kph while specifying a linear reduction of lateral acceleration to a maximum 3 m/s² at 80 kph.
GRVA-05-24/Rev.1 | UN R79: Proposal for amendments to document GRVA/2020/7
GRVA-05-52 | UN R79: Evidence regarding the proposed amendments to ACSF of Category C
GRVA-05-53 | UN R79: Proposal for amendments to the 03 series of amendments ACSF systems in use were brought to market based on exemption approvals in the EU. These systems show a good and safe performance. Approvals according to UN R79/03 would force modifications to currently used systems without any apparent safety benefit. The current formula for the calculation of s<sub>critical</sub> does not take the dynamic behaviour of the vehicles into account, therefore requires gaps that under some traffic conditions don’t usually occur. Since there are different ways of addressing the dynamic behaviour of the vehicles with regard to the original formula, this proposal would allow the manufacturer to specify its own formula provided the safety principle is maintained.
GRVA-05-57 | UN R79: Proposal for amendment to the 03 series of amendments Proposal to allow ACSF-B lateral acceleration above the maximum limit value in cases where the lane position cannot be maintained by the vehicle (for example, on a tightening curve).
GRVA-05-58 | UN R79: Proposal for amendments to GRVA-05-09-Rev.1
GRVA-05-59 | UN R79: Proposal for amendments to GRVA-05-24
GRVA/2020/7 | UN R79: Proposal for a Supplement to the 03 series of amendments Proposal to increase maximum lateral acceleration limit values up to 4m/s² for speeds up to 80 km/h for M1/[N1] category vehicles, provided there is no heavy rain and ambient air temperatures are above 4°C.
GRVA/2020/8 | UN R79: Proposal for a Supplement to the 03 series of amendments Proposal for a maximum time of up to 15 seconds for an Automatically Commanded Steering Function (ACSF) of Category C to start a lane change.
GRVA/2020/9 | UN R79: Proposal for a Supplement to the 03 series of amendments Proposal to stipulate that "Automatic deactivation by the system of the direction indicator is required only if the lane change manoeuvre is initiated automatically, or if the direction indicator control is not fully engaged (latched position) during the lane change manoeuvre."

GRVA may wish to review a document prepared by the experts from the International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (OICA) and the European Association of Automotive Suppliers (CLEPA), proposing to amendments to the provisions on ACSF of Category B1 in UN Regulation No. 79.

GRVA-05-30 | UN R79: Proposal for amendments Proposal for provisions concerning:<ul><li>B1 lane centering</li><li>ACSF activation conditions</li><li>Driver override</li><li>Clarification of ACSF standby-mode</li><li>Clarification of “ready-to-intervene"</li><li>Indication to the driver in case of suppression</li><li>Clarification of suppression criteria</li><li>Sensor test before activation.</li></ul>
GRVA/2020/10 | UN R79: Proposal for Supplements to the 02 and 03 series of amendments Since an Automatically Commanded Steering Function (ACSF) of Category B is required to demonstrate compliance with regard to the warning cascade under testing at low speed, it is proposed to stop the high-speed test after the system has given the optical warning, meaning it has correctly detected the hands to be off the steering wheel.

GRVA may wish to consider other submissions, if any.

GRVA-05-50 | UN R79: Proposal for amendments to the 03 series of amendments The proposal to clarify that enabling the system under the test procedure is only necessary in cases where the system is not already in the enabled state.
GRVA-05-63 | UN R79: Proposal for ESF (c) - Emergency Assistance Presentation on the safety benefit of automated emergency steering in case of confirmed driver inability to perform the driving task.
6. (b) Steering equipment

GRVA agreed to review a revised proposal amending the warning provisions related to Corrective Steering Functions, tabled by the experts from OICA and CLEPA.

GRVA/2020/11 | UN R79: Proposal for Supplements to the 02 and the 03 series of amendments Proposal to allow a corrective steering function to use haptic signals as an alternative to acoustic signals for M<sub>2</sub> and M<sub>3</sub> vehicles equipped with Lane Departure Warning System compliant with UN R130. The proposal would specify that the haptic warning may not be given solely via the steering wheel (e.g., provided in the driver’s seat).

GRVA may wish to review a proposal for amendments to the Emergency Steering Function provisions in UN Regulation No. 79, tabled by the experts from CLEPA and OICA.

GRVA/2020/16 | UN R79: Proposal for a Supplement to the 03 series of amendments Proposal to permit a function to cope with temporary driver inability to control the vehicle (e.g. caused by a health problem). The proposed emergency steering function of type <notextile>(c)</notextile> would warn and possibly revive the driver while automatically performing emergency lane change(s) with the aim to bring the vehicle to a standstill in an area with a low risk of collision (“target stop area” e.g. hard shoulder).
6. (c) Remote Control Manoeuvring

GRVA may wish to continue considerations on Remote Control Manoeuvring provisions.

GRVA-05-47 | Remote-controlled parking: Alternative human-machine interface (HMI) Video demonstration of RCP system.
6. (d) Other business
7. Advanced Emergency Braking Systems

GRVA may wish to resume discussion on the proposal from OICA on the Advanced Emergency Braking Systems (AEBS) robustness assessment on the basis of a proposal tabled by the IWG on AEBS.

GRVA-05-60 | UN R152: Adopted amendments Proposal from the AEBS informal group to improve the assessment of AEBS robustness, to delete the clause “for subject vehicle and target vehicle”, and add a reference to paragraph 5.2.1.4. in paragraph 6.10.2.
GRVA/2020/17 | UN R152: Proposal for Supplements to the original text and the 01 series of amendments Proposal from the AEBS informal group to improve the assessment of AEBS robustness.

GRVA may wish to review proposals for amendments to the draft UN Regulation on AEBS for M1 and N1 vehicles, if any.

GRVA-05-35 | UN R152: Proposal for amendments Proposal to delete the clause “for subject vehicle and target vehicle” and add a reference to paragraph 5.2.1.4. in paragraph 6.10.2.
GRVA-05-55 | UN R152: Proposals from the IWG on AEBS for amendments
GRVA-05-64 | UN R152: Proposal to amend Proposal to clarify that the AEBS may be automatically deactivated in the event that the electronic stability control system is deactivated.
8. UN Regulations Nos. 13, 13-H, 139 and 140
8. (a) Electronic Stability Control

GRVA agreed to resume discussion on a document with amendments to the testing provisions to accommodate the latest innovations for steering systems, distributed at this session with an official symbol.

GRVA-05-11 | UN GTR 8: Proposal for amendment The text submitted by the expert from the Republic of Korea based on the document ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRVA/2020/12
GRVA-05-56 | UN R140: Proposal for a Supplement Proposal complementary to GRVA/2020/12 to adapt provisions to steering-by-wire and related new technologies with regard to steering angles and system responsiveness.
GRVA/2020/12 | UN R140: Proposal for a supplement Proposal to allow for the use of the maximum operable steering wheel angle of a steering system’s design in cases where the normalized angle as calculated under the regulation cannot meet the fixed values of the regulation (i.e., between 270 and 300 degrees). The intention is to enable approval of eventual systems (e.g., steer-by-wire) that may use low steering gear ratios.
8. (b) Modular vehicle combinations

GRVA may wish to receive a status report of the IWG on Modular Vehicle Combinations (MVC), if any.

GRVA may wish to review a proposal for amendments to UN Regulation No. 13 with provisions relevant for MVC, if any.

GRVA-05-03/Rev.1 | UN R13: Proposal for amendment Proposal to introduce provisions for approving single vehicles involved in modular vehicle combinations, e.g. towing trailers, "road trains".
GRVA-05-43 | UN R13: Modular Vehicle Combination group explanation of document GRVA-05-03/Rev.1
8. (c) Clarifications

GRVA agreed to review a revised proposal prepared by the expert from the Russian Federation aimed to clarify the test method for the evaluation of performance of energy sources and energy storage devices reproduced in Annex 7 to UN Regulation No. 13.

GRVA/2020/13 | UN R13: Proposal for a Supplement to the 11 Series of amendments Proposal the clarify the test method for the evaluation of performance of energy sources and energy storage devices under Annex 7. In particular, the proposal clarifies that the measurement is made on the ninth brake application.

GRVA may wish to review a proposal for corrections of inconsistencies in the Russian version to UN Regulation No. 13 submitted by the expert from the Russian Federation.

GRVA/2020/14/Rev.1 | UN R13: Proposal for Supplement to the 11 Series of amendments Proposal to clarify the Russian text to improve its alignments with the English version.

GRVA may wish to consider the proposal from expert from France to amend UN Regulation No. 13-H testing protocols when batteries have been recharged or replaced with a charged set between the hot performance and recovery procedure

GRVA-05-10 | UN R13-H : Proposal for amendment The text submitted by the expert from France proposes to introduce a representative testing protocol to cover reconditioning or replacement of linings in case of battery recharging

GRVA may wish to consider the proposal from the European Association of Automotive Suppliers (CLEPA) to include the electro-mechanical braking systems in UN Regulation No. 13.

GRVA-05-14 | UN R13: Proposal for Supplement 17 to the 11 series of amendments Text submitted by the expert from CLEPA to include state-of-art electro-mechanical braking systems

GRVA may wish to consider other proposals, if any.

GRVA-05-38/Rev.1 | Alternative Approach to UN R13 Type-IIA for Battery Electric Vehicles
GRVA-05-39/Rev.1 | UN R13: New type IV test for vehicles equipped with an electric regenerative endurance braking system
9. Motorcycle braking
9. (a) UN Global Technical Regulation No. 3

GRVA may wish to review any proposal related to UN Global Technical Regulation (GTR) No. 3, if any.

9. (b) UN Regulation No. 78

GRVA agreed to review a proposal tabled by the expert from the International Motorcycle Manufacturers Association (IMMA) proposing to align provisions in UN Regulation No. 78 with those in UN GTR No. 3, adopted by GRVA at its September 2019 session.

GRVA/2020/15 | UN R78: Proposal for a new 05 series of amendments Proposal to harmonise the requirements of UN R78 with the latest amendments to UN GTR No. 3 adopted by GRVA at its fourth session. Paragraph 5.1.18 aims to clarify with an explicit article that the rider is duly informed when activating a riding mode that disables the ABS on the rear axle.
10. UN Regulation No. 90

GRVA may wish to review any proposal related to UN Regulation No. 90, if any.

11. Revision 3 of the 1958 Agreement

GRVA may wish to discuss actions related to the implementation of new provisions contained in Revision 3 to the 1958 Agreement on:

“Unique Identifier”:

GRVA may wish to specify whether some regulations under its remit shall explicitly ban the use of the “Unique Identifier” as specified in Revision 3 to the 1958 Agreement.

GRVA will be briefed by the secretariat about a requested from the IWG on Database of the Exchange of Type Approvals (DETA) with regards to Unique Identifier (UI).

Transitional provisions in UN Regulations:

GRVA may wish to define an action plan to align the transitional provisions in UN Regulations in line with the provisions of the 1958 Agreement e.g. the possibility to grant type approval according to previous versions of UN Regulations.

Article 12.6 and Schedule 7:

GRVA may wish to note the purpose of Article 12.6 and Schedule 7 with regard to the approval of innovations.

Conformity of Production provisions:

GRVA may wish to define an action plan to align the Conformity of Production (CoP) provisions in UN Regulations and amend references on CoP in UN Regulations.

11. (a) Data Exchange for Type Approval (DETA)

GRVA may wish to received information on the Data Exchange for Type Approval information.

GRVA-05-65 | Database for the Exchange of Type Approval documentation
11. (b) International Whole Vehicle Type Approval

GRVA may wish to receive a status report on the activities of the IWG on International Whole Vehicle Type Approval (IWVTA) and subgroup activities, if any.

12. Other business
12. (a) List of priorities concerning GRVA activities

GRVA may wish to discuss the priorities of GRVA.

GRVA-05-61 | GRVA priorities Summary prepared by the GRVA secretariat of the working party's activities and programs, including its "top three priorities" for 2021.
12. (b) Any other business

GRVA may wish to consider any other proposals, if available.