1. The World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP.29) held its 180th session from 10 to 12 March 2020, chaired by Mr. A. Erario (Italy). The following countries were represented, following Rule 1 of the Rules of Procedure of WP.29 (ECE/TRANS/WP.29/690/Rev.1): Albania, Austria, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina,1 Canada, Croatia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Netherlands,1 Nigeria, Poland, Republic of Korea, Romania, Russian Federation,1 South Africa, Spain, Sweden,1 Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK), and United States of America. Representatives of the European Union participated. The following international organization was represented: International Telecommunication Union (ITU). The following non-governmental organizations were also represented: Association for Emissions Control by Catalyst (AECC), European Association of Automotive Suppliers (CLEPA1/MEMA/JAPIA),2 Consumers International (CI), European Tyre and Rim Technical Organization (ETRTO), Federation Internationale des Grossistes, Importateurs et Exportateurs en Fournitures Automobiles (FIGIEFA), International Motor Vehicle Inspection Committee (CITA), International Motorcycle Manufacturers Association (IMMA), and International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (OICA). Other non-governmental organizations were represented following Rule 1(d): American Automotive Policy Council (AAPC), Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) and World Bicycle Industry Association (WBIA).1 Other non-governmental organizations, private sector entities, independent experts and observers were represented: European Committee for Standardization (CEN).
2. The Vice-Chair of WP.29, Mr. A. Erario (Italy), acting as Chair for this session, welcomed delegates to the 180th session of WP.29 and opened the meeting. He recalled the exceptional circumstances of this session due to the Covid-19 outbreak. He welcomed delegates participating remotely to the session and informed the World Forum about the absence of the WP.29 Chair.
3. The Secretary of WP.29 provided information for meeting participants related to the Covid-19 outbreak, prevention and general precautions as well as on measures taken for this meeting.
4. The representative of Malaysia provided the World Forum with an update on automotive development in Malaysia, as part of the country’s National Automotive Policy (NAP 2020) (WP.29-180-24). He stated that WP.29 had significant impact on NAP 2020 formulation especially in the area of safety regulations and administration enhancement in Malaysia. He also emphasized that NAP 2020 had aimed to transform the Malaysian automotive industry towards a connected mobility ecosystem by 2030. The representative of Malaysia concluded with stating that Malaysia would provide full support in the development of UN Regulations especially in the area of automated, autonomous and connected vehicles, namely the work carried out within the Working Party on Automated/Autonomous and Connected Vehicles (GRVA).
WP.29-180-24 | Update on Malaysia Automotive Development
|1.||Adoption of the agenda||
5. WP.29 adopted the annotated provisional agenda and the running order of the 180th session.
WP.29-180-03 | WP.29-180: Running order of the agenda
WP.29-180-04 | WP.29-180: Updated consolidation agenda
WP.29/1150/Rev.1 | WP.29: Annotated provisional agenda for the 180th (March 2020) session
6. The list of informal documents is reproduced in Annex I to the session report.
|2.||Coordination and organization of work|
|2.1.||Report of the session of the Administrative Committee for the Coordination of Work (WP.29/AC.2)||
7. The 132nd session of WP.29/AC.2 (10 March 2020) was chaired by Mr. A. Erario (Italy) and was attended, in accordance to Rule 29 of the terms of reference and rules of procedure of WP.29 (TRANS/WP.29/690/Rev.1) by the Chairs of GRBP (France), GRPE (Netherlands1), GRVA (Germany), GRSG (Italy), GRSP (represented by United States of America delegate), the Vice-Chairs of GRSG (represented by Canada delegate), GRPE (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland), GRVA (Japan), the Chair of the Executive Committee (AC.3) of the 1998 Agreement (United States of America), and by the representatives of the European Union1.
8. AC.2 welcomed the work on strategic planning of the GRs by the Chairs of all GRs. AC.2 agreed to continue exchange in written and requested the AC.2 delegates to provide comments until 16 March 2020.
9. AC.2 discussed the Programme of Work (PoW) for 2020 that reflects both the relevant elements from the ITC Strategy as well the priorities of the work for the GRs. The revised PoW would be based on comments received.
10. Following these discussions, AC.2 decided to recommend to WP.29 that: (a) GRVA would have an additional half day on 21 September 2020 a.m.; (b) GRE task force on Autonomous Vehicle Signalling Requirements (AVSR) was invited to work together with the GRVA Informal Working Group (IWG) on Functional Requirements for Automated Vehicles (FRAV); and (c) AC.2 have two half-day sessions during WP.29 weeks in November for detailed preparation of the PoW for the following year.
11. AC.2 requested the secretariat to update the calendar of sessions for 2020 to reflect these changes (see WP.29-179-02/Rev.1).
WP.29-179-02-Rev.1 | Calendar of WP.29 and subsidiary group sessions for 2020
12. AC.2 reviewed and adopted the provisional agenda for the 180th session and reviewed the draft of the 181st session of the World Forum, scheduled to be held in Geneva from 23 to 25 June 2020.
13. AC.2 discussed ITC decisions: Nos. 17 and 18 related to the Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) Road Map and proposed the IWG on ITS to lead the activities for an update of the ITS Road Map; and No. 52 on the financing of DETA.
ITC Informal No. 10 | List of Decisions from the 82nd (February 2020) Inland Transport Committee (ITC) session
14. AC.2 approved the participation at the World Forum, under Rule 1(d) of the Rules of Procedure of WP.29, of the Non-Governmental Organization
15. AC.2 recommended AC.4 to convene.
|2.2.||Programme of work and documentation||
16. The Secretary of WP.29 presented the programme of work with a strategic introduction on the main priorities of the WP.29 work, which are related to the implementation of the ITC strategy 2030 and among others, to vehicle automation and environmental protection. (ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2020/1).
17. WP.29 adopted the programme of work for 2020 based on document ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2020/1. Further amendments may be introduced in a revised document at the June 2020 WP.29 session, based on input to be provided by GR Chairs.
WP.29/2020/1 | WP.29 Programme of work
18. The World Forum took note of the list of Working Parties and Chairs (WP.29-180-01), the Priorities of work for the GRs (WP.29-180-02) and the revised 2020 calendar for WP.29 and its subsidiary bodies (WP.29-179-02/Rev.1). In line with the recommendation of AC.2, WP.29 agreed with the revised calendar of meetings for 2020.
19. The 2020 revised calendar of meetings and the list of Working Parties, Informal Working Groups (IWG) and Chairs are reproduced in Annexes III and IV to this report.
WP.29-179-02-Rev.1 | Calendar of WP.29 and subsidiary group sessions for 2020
WP.29-180-01 | List of WP.29 informal working groups
WP.29-180-02 | Priorities and recurrent items of the GR Working Parties
|2.3.||Intelligent Transport Systems and coordination of automated vehicles related activities||
20. The representative of Japan presented WP.29-180-19 introducing the progress of implementation of the Revised Road Vehicle Act for automated driving scheduled to entry into force on 1 April 2020 in Japan. He highlighted that technical requirements being developed would be consistent with the international ones discussed in WP.29 and Japan would apply them without delay when the relevant UN Regulations were established. which Japan continued to strongly contribute to finalizing.
WP.29-180-19 | Automated Driving: Japan’s Policy and Contribution to International Activities
21. The representative of Germany, Chair of GRVA, reported to WP.29 on the implementation of the Framework Document on Automated Vehicles (FDAV) and the programme in its Annex. He mentioned the completion of the work on Automated Lane Keeping System (ALKS) by the IWGs on Automated Controlled Steering Functions (ACSF), Event Data Recorder / Data Storage System for Automated Driving (EDR/DSSAD) and Validation Method for Automated Driving (VMAD) as well as the delivery of the IWG on Functional Requirements for Automated and Autonomous Vehicles (FRAV).
22. The representative of the United States of America, Co-Chair of IWG on FRAV, introduced WP.29-180-10, summarizing the group’s work, suggesting FDAV improvements and presenting the group’s consensus on high-level requirements. He noted that FRAV has held two full meetings contiguous with VMAD and more than 100 experts. He highlighted the group’s concern to use accurate terms. The group discourages the use of “autonomous” as misleading and uses “minimal”, not “minimum”, risk manoeuvres (MRM) because an MRM responds to road conditions and best available solutions. In addition to avoidance of injury or death and compliance with traffic laws, the group noted additional aspects such as behaviour consistent with safe and fluid traffic flows and attention to economic consequences such as destruction of property.
23. The representative of the United States of America reported that the group has identified automated vehicle configurations that fall outside the category definitions of Special Resolution S.R.1. He noted unallocated elements of the FDAV (i.e., vehicle maintenance and inspection, consumer education and training, crashworthiness and compatibility, and post-crash Automated Vehicle (AV) behaviour) pertinent to functional safety. He announced planned meetings in Paris (April 2020) and California (September 2020).
24. The representative of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland welcomed the presentation but sought clarification as to whether the FRAV group had reached a conclusion regarding the use of Operational Design Domain (ODD) versus Operational Domain (OD), as stated in informal document 10. He added that the discussion on vehicle categories should not only concentrate on S.R.1 but also Consolidated Resolution R.E.3. He further suggested that it should also involve WP.1.
25. The representative of the United States of America answered that WP.29-180-10 presents the group’s high-level consensus. However, ODD will be discussed in detail at its next session. He noted a proposal from China to establish the term “Operational Design Conditions” (ODC) based on the concern that ODD did not include dependency on driver status. Therefore, the group would be working to produce a more precise definition for ODD and other terms.
26. The representative of Finland supported the view that a common understanding with WP.1 would be needed. He also recalled the discussion at GRSG on categories for Automated Shuttles and welcomed the idea to review S.R.1 and R.E.3 and volunteered to participate in this work.
27. The representative of the United States welcomed the comments received. He stated that the delegates from WP.1 should join the meeting and contribute or present documents.
28. The Vice-Chair of WP.29 agreed that practical solutions should be discussed with WP.1 during the joint meeting (see agenda item 8.2). He also recalled that the IWG on FRAV would continue to report to GRVA.
29. The Secretary of the IWG on FRAV (AAPC) highlighted complementary WP.1 interests. For example, FRAV experts reached a high-level consensus that a vehicle should signal initiation of minimal risk manoeuvres to surrounding road users (WP.29-180-10, item 33). He suggested that WP.1 may wish to consider driver obligations for correct use of Automated Driving Systems (ADS) or prohibiting drivers from using devices intended to defeat ADS safety features (e.g., using weights to simulate the driver’s hand on the steering wheel).
30. The representative of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland explained that at the WP.1-WP.29 Executive Task Force meeting in June 2019, he undertook to prepare a comparison table of terms used by WP.29 and WP.1. He had been invited to present this information during the joint meeting.
WP.29-180-10 | Common Functional Performance Requirements for Automated Driving Systems and ADS-Equipped Vehicles In accordance with the WP.29 Framework Document on Automated/Autonomous Vehicles, this document provides common functional performance requirements based on national/regional guidelines and other relevant reference documents consistent with the 1958 and 1998 Agreements. The document is based primarily upon discussions held among the experts of the Informal Working Group on Functional Requirements for Automated Vehicles (FRAV) under the Working Party on Automated/Autonomous and Connected Vehicles (GRVA) and informal documents GRVA-05-40 and GRVA-05-41 as presented during the 5th GRVA session (10-14 February 2020). This document highlights common concepts identified through the first two FRAV sessions. These concepts are not exhaustive and many, if not all, will undergo changes as the FRAV and GRVA work progresses. This document does not constitute a proposal, formal or otherwise, for automated vehicle legal requirements but may serve to support discussions across WP.29 and its subsidiary bodies.
31. The secretariat introduced WP.29-180-18 responding to the task assigned during the 179th session of WP.29 concerning the legal basis to draft lifecycle and lifetime related provisions under the 1958 Agreement.
32. The representative of France proposed to distribute this document to all GRs for review and potential comment. WP.29 agreed with this proposal and decided to keep this document on its agenda.
33. The representative of OICA reaffirmed his views on the purpose of the 1958 Agreement and the 1997 Agreement highlighting that the 1958 Agreement defines the performance requirements that vehicles and their equipment must fulfill in order to allow their placing on the market; the 1997 Agreement is aimed at verifying that these same vehicles and equipment remain in good shape as foreseen by the Rules. He also emphasized that, while the 1958 Agreement and its UN Regulations may foresee provisions to facilitate later inspections under the 1997 Agreement, the objectives of both Agreements should not be mixed. The secretariat confirmed that the document did not explore the potential link between both Agreements but simply offered a reading of the 1958 Agreement.
WP.29-180-18 | 1958 Agreement and lifetime/lifecycle considerations Consideration of terms such as "lifetime" and "lifecycle" in UN Regulations under the 1958 Agreement.
|2.4.||Follow-up to the eighty-second session of the Inland Transport Committee (ITC)||
34. The secretariat presented the list of main decisions adopted at the eighty-first session of ITC (25-28 February 2020). Decisions Nos. 15–18 and 50–52 were emphasized as of particular importance to the work of WP.29.
35. In decision No. 15, ITC took note of the status of implementation of the Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) Road Map that was launched at its seventy-fourth session and encouraged continuation of the work of SC.1 on smart roads; of SC.3 on smart shipping, River Information Systems, and innovative technologies in the recently adopted Signs and Signals for Inland Waterways (SIGNI); of WP.1 on the safe deployment of automated vehicles in traffic; of WP.15 on telematics for the transport of dangerous goods; of WP.29 on the adoption of the framework document on the safety of automated vehicles; of WP.29/GRVA on regulating autonomous/automated and connected vehicles (incl. cyber security); and of WP.30 on eTIR, as fostering regulatory and other activities in these areas would ensure the benefits that ITS could provide in terms of safety, environmental protection, energy efficiency and traffic management.
36. In decision No. 16, ITC invited WP.1 and WP.29 to continue their close cooperation to facilitate the safe deployment of automated vehicles.
37. In decision No. 17, ITC noted with satisfaction that the ITS Road Map 2011–2020, which would come to its conclusion in 2020, encouraged ITS activities linked to infrastructure and all transport modes and contributed to addressing ITS issues in an integrated approach.
38. In decision No. 18, ITC decided that, on this basis and considering the importance of ITS in light of global mega trends, technological developments, and the ongoing transformation of the Committee and its Working Parties, an updated ITS Road Map would be warranted and, therefore, requested the secretariat, in close cooperation with relevant Working Parties and subsidiary bodies, to prepare it for consideration in the framework of relevant Working parties and ITC Bureau and possible adoption at its eighty-third session, subject to availability of resources.
39. In decision No. 50, ITC endorsed the establishment by WP.29 of the Framework Document on Automated/Autonomous Vehicles and its implementation mainly by the Working Party on Autonomous/Automated Vehicles (GRVA).
40. In decision No. 51, ITC noted with regret the limitation of the 179th WP.29 session to three days only as a result of the financial crisis.
41. In decision No. 52, ITC reiterated its support for hosting of the type-approval database DETA at ECE, following the entry into force of Revision 3 to the 1958 Agreement, took note of information on the status of ECE hosting of DETA and reiterated its support for the request for financing of DETA under the United Nations regular budget.
42. WP.29 identified IWG on ITS as the ideal body to support the update of the ITS Road Map and requested the IWG to develop in close cooperation with the secretariat a first draft in view of the next ITC session.
ITC Informal No. 10 | List of Decisions from the 82nd (February 2020) Inland Transport Committee (ITC) session
43. The Secretary informed WP.29 on the ITC side event on “safer and cleaner used vehicles” that took place on the first day of the 2020 ITC week. He also informed WP.29 on the decision of the UN Road Safety Fund to finance a project on the same subject, “Safer and Cleaner Used Vehicles for Africa” led by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) with the support of Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), Economic Commission for Europe (ECE), the World Health Organization (WHO) and International Transport forum (ITF) as well as CITA. He explained that this project could be supported by the outcome of WP.29’s work as there was a close link with activities under the 1997 Agreement.
44. The Chair welcomed the information and stated that WP.29 was ready to support these activities.
45. The representative of South Africa noted the relevance of these activities. He mentioned two examples of the issue. He highlighted the problem related with the second-hand tyres sold in Africa. He also mentioned the overall problem of the movement of unroadworthy second hand cars towards Africa. He concluded that the World Forum would be well placed to address these difficulties on the technical level.
46. WP.29 agreed to support and contribute to these activities.
|3.||Consideration of the reports of the Working Parties (GRs) subsidiary to WP.29|
|3.1.||Working Party on Noise and Tyres (GRBP) (70th session, 11-12 September 2019)||
47. The World Forum recalled the report of the Chair of GRE on its seventieth session (ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRBP/68) and approved the report.
GRBP/68 | Report the GRB on its 70th (September 2019) session
|3.2.||Working Party on Automated/Autonomous and Connected Vehicles (GRVA) (Fourth session, 24-27 September 2019)||
48. The World Forum recalled the report of the Chair of GRVA on its fourth session (ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRVA/4) and approved the report.
GRVA/4 | Report of the GRVA on its 4th (September 2019) session
|3.3.||Working Party on General Safety Provisions (GRSG) (117th session, 8–11 October 2019)||
9. The World Forum recalled the report of the Chair of GRSG on its 117th session (ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRSG/96) and approved the report.
GRSG/96 | Report of the GRSG on its 117th (October 2019) session
|3.4.||Working Party on Lighting and Light-Signalling (GRE) (Eighty-second session, 22-25 October 2019)||
50. The World Forum recalled the report of the Chair of GRE on its eighty-second session (ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRE/82) and approved the report.
GRE/82 | Report of the GRE on its 82nd (October 2019) session
|3.5.||Highlights of the recent sessions|
|3.5.1.||Working Party on Passive Safety (GRSP) (Sixty-sixth session, 10–13 December 2019)||
51. The representative of the United States of America, on behalf of the Chair of GRSP, informed WP.29 about the results of the work of the group at its sixty-sixth session (for details see the session report: ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRSP/66).
52. The World Forum noted that Mr. M Koubek (United States of America) chaired the session due to the separation of the previous Chair, Mr. Nha Nguyen, from federal service at the U.S. Department of Transportation, in accordance with Rule 14 of the Rules of Procedure of the UNECE (E/ECE/778/Rev.5).
53. The World Forum noted that Mr. M Koubek (United States of America) had been elected as GRSP Chair and that Mr. H.G. Kim (Republic of Korea) had been elected as Vice-Chair for the sessions of GRSP scheduled in the year 2020.
GRSP/66 | Report of the GRSP on its 66th (December 2019) session
GRSP/66/Add.1 | Addendum to the report of the GRSP on its 66th session Proposal for a new UN Regulation concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to fuel system integrity and safety of electric power train in the event of a rear-end collision.
|4.1.||Status of the Agreement and of the annexed UN Regulations|
|4.2.||Guidance requested by the Working Parties on matters related to UN Regulations annexed to the 1958 Agreement|
|4.2.1.||Reproduction and reference to private standards in UN Regulations, Global Technical Regulations and Rules|
|4.2.2.||Guidance on amendments to UN Regulations annexed to the 1958 Agreement|
|4.3.||Development of the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval (IWVTA) system|
|4.4.||Revision 3 to the 1958 Agreement|
|4.5.||Development of an electronic database for the exchange of type approval documentation (DETA)|
|4.6.||Consideration of draft amendments to existing UN Regulations submitted by GRBP|
|4.7.||Consideration of draft amendments to existing UN Regulations submitted by GRVA|
|4.8.||Consideration of draft amendments to existing UN Regulations submitted by GRSG|
|4.9.||Consideration of draft amendments to existing UN Regulations submitted by GRE|
|4.10.||Consideration of draft corrigenda to existing UN Regulations submitted by the GRs, if any|
|4.11.||Consideration of pending proposals for amendments to existing UN Regulations submitted by the Working Parties subsidiary to the World Forum, if any|
|4.12.||Consideration of proposals for new UN Regulations submitted by the Working Parties subsidiary to the World Forum, if any|
|4.13.||Proposal for amendments to the Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles (R.E.3) submitted by the Working Parties to the World Forum for consideration, if any|
|4.14.||Proposal for amendments to the Consolidated Resolution on the common specification of light source categories (R.E.5)|
|4.15.||Proposal for amendments to the Mutual Resolutions of the 1958 and the 1998 Agreements|
|5.1.||Status of the 1998 Agreement, including the implementation of paragraph 7.1 of the Agreement|
|5.2.||Consideration of draft UN GTRs and/or draft amendments to established UN GTRs|
|5.3.||Consideration of technical regulations to be listed in the Compendium of Candidates for UN GTRs, if any|
|5.4.||Guidance, by consensus decision, on those elements of draft UN GTRs that have not been resolved by the Working Parties subsidiary to the World Forum, if any|
|5.5.||Implementation of the 1998 Agreement Programme of Work by the Working Parties subsidiary to the World Forum|
|6.||Exchange of views on national/regional rulemaking procedures and implementation of established UN Regulations and/or UN GTRs into national/regional law|
|7.||1997 Agreement (Periodical Technical Inspections)|
|7.1.||Status of the 1997 Agreement|
|7.2.||Amendments to the 1997 Agreement|
|7.3.||Establishment of new Rules annexed to the 1997 Agreement|
|7.4.||Update of existing Rules annexed to the 1997 Agreement|
|7.5.||Update of Resolution R.E.6 related to requirements for testing equipment, for skills and training of inspectors and for supervision of test centres|
|8.1.||Exchange of information on enforcement of issues on defects and non-compliance, including recall systems|
|8.2.||Consistency between the provisions of the 1968 Vienna Convention and the technical provisions for vehicles of UN Regulations and UN GTRs adopted in the framework of the 1958 and 1998 Agreements|
|8.3.||Safe transport of children in buses and coaches|
|8.4.||Documents for publication|
|9.||Adoption of the report|
|10.||Establishment of the Committee AC.1 (1958 Agreement)|
|11.||Proposals for amendments and corrigenda to existing UN Regulations and for new UN Regulations – Voting by AC.1|
|12.||Establishment of the Executive Committee AC.3 and election of officers for the year 2020|
|13.||Monitoring of the 1998 Agreement: Reports of the Contracting Parties on the transposition of UN GTRs and their amendments into their national/regional law|
|14.||Consideration and vote by AC.3 of draft UN GTRs and/or draft amendments to established UN GTRs, if any|
|14.1.||Proposal for a new UN GTR, if any|
|14.2.||Proposal for amendments to a UN GTR, if any|
|14.2.1.||Proposal for Amendment 3 to UN GTR No. 3 (Motorcycle braking)|
|14.2.2.||Proposal for Amendment 2 to UN GTR No. 6 (Safety glazing)|
|14.2.3.||Proposal for Amendment 3 to UN GTR No. 6 (Safety glazing)|
|14.2.4.||Proposal for Amendment 2 to UN GTR No. 16 (Tyres)|
|14.3.||Proposal for amendments to the Mutual Resolutions of the 1958 and the 1998 Agreement, if any|
|15.||Consideration of technical UN Regulations to be listed in the Compendium of Candidates for UN GTRs, if any|
|16.||Guidance, by consensus decision, on those elements of draft UN GTRs that have not been resolved by the Working Parties subsidiary to the World Forum, if any|
|17.||Exchange of information on new priorities to be included in the programme of work|
|18.||Progress on the development of new UN GTRs and of amendments to established UN GTRs|
|18.1.||UN GTR No. 1 (Doors locks and door retention components)|
|18.2.||UN GTR No. 2 (Worldwide Motorcycle emission Test Cycle (WMTC))|
|18.3.||UN GTR No. 3 (Motorcycle braking)|
|18.4.||UN GTR No. 4 (Worldwide Heavy-Duty vehicle emission test Cycle (WHDC))|
|18.5.||UN GTR No. 5 (On-Board Diagnostic Systems (OBD))|
|18.6.||UN GTR No. 6 (Safety glazing)|
|18.7.||UN GTR No. 7 (Head restraints)|
|18.8.||UN GTR No. 8 (Electronic stability control systems (ESC))|
|18.9.||UN GTR No. 9 (Pedestrian safety)|
|18.10.||UN GTR No. 10 (Off-cycle emissions (OCE))|
|18.11.||UN GTR No. 11 (Agricultural and forestry tractors and non-road mobile machinery emission test procedures)|
|18.12.||UN GTR No. 12 (Motorcycle Controls, Tell-tales and Indicators)|
|18.13.||UN GTR No. 13 (Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Vehicles (HFCV) – Phase 2)|
|18.14.||UN GTR No. 14 (Pole Side Impact (PSI))|
|18.15.||UN GTR No. 15 (Worldwide harmonized Light vehicle Test Procedures (WLTP) – Phase 2)|
|18.16.||UN GTR No. 16 (Tyres)|
|18.17.||UN GTR No. 17 (Crankcase and evaporative emissions for two- or three-wheeled motor vehicles)|
|18.18.||UN GTR No.18 (On-board diagnostics for two- or three-wheeled motor vehicles)|
|18.19.||UN GTR No. 19 (EVAPorative emission test procedure for the Worldwide harmonized Light vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP EVAP))|
|18.20.||UN GTR No. 20 (Electric Vehicles Safety (EVS))|
|18.21.||Draft UN GTR on Quiet Road Transport Vehicles (QRTV)|
|18.22.||Draft UN GTR on Global Real Driving Emissions (GRDE)|
|18.23.||Draft UN GTR on determination of electrified vehicle power (Electric vehicles and the environment)|
|19.||Items on which the exchange of views and data should continue or begin|
|19.1.||Harmonization of side impact|
|19.2.||Specifications for the 3-D H-point machine|
|19.3.||Event Data Recorder (EDR)|
|21.||Establishment of the Committee AC.4 (1997 Agreement) and election of officers for the year 2019|
|22.||Amendments to UN Rules annexed to the 1997 Agreement|
|22.1.||Proposal for Amendment 1 to UN Rule No. 3|
|22.2.||Proposal for Amendment 1 to UN Rule No. 4|
|23.||Establishment of new Rules annexed to the 1997 Agreement|