|1.||Adoption of the agenda||
In accordance with Chapter III, Rule 7 of the Rules of Procedure (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-06-01 | GRVA-6: Running order of the agenda
GRVA/2020/18 | Annotated provisional agenda for the 6th (March 2020) GRVA session
|2.||Automated Lane Keeping Systems||
GRVA will review a proposal for provisions on Automated Lane Keeping Systems (ALKS).
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-06-02 | ALKS: Updated proposal for a new UN Regulation on Automated Lane Keeping Function
GRVA-06-02/Rev.4 | ALKS: Proposal for a new UN Regulation Proposal as approved during the 6th GRVA session for a new UN Regulation on approval requirements for low-speed, on-highway automated lane-keeping systems.
GRVA-06-09 | Proposal for an Appendix 1 to Annex 4 to the draft UN Regulation on ALKS Proposal for an "Appendix on Traffic Disturbance Critical Scenarios to the Annex on audit/assessment to the new UN Regulation on Automated Lane Keeping systems (ALKS)" applying concepts under consideration by the VMAD informal group to establish performance criteria based on "driver model" responses to traffic scenarios.
GRVA-06-10 | ALKS: Draft Annex 4 on audit/CEL to the new UN Regulation on Automated Lane Keeping Systems Proposal from the VMAD informal group secretary for "Special requirements to be applied to the functional and operational safety aspects of Automated Lane Keeping Systems (ALKS)".
GRVA-06-11 | Proposal for additional requirements to the ALKS Regulation (GRVA-06-02) This document outlines the UK’s latest proposals to permit a lane change function during a minimum risk manoeuvre or emergency manoeuvre as part of the forthcoming ALKS Regulation.
GRVA-06-13 | ALKS: Proposal for amendments to GRVA-06-10 Proposal for amendments to the proposed draft Annex 4 on audit/CEL to the new UN Regulation on Automated Lane Keeping Systems (ALKS)
GRVA-06-14 | Report on ACSF activity pursuant to the 5th GRVA session
GRVA-06-16 | ALKS: Proposal for amendments to document GRVA-06-02 Proposals to clarify provisions for collision avoidance in a cut-in scenario, collision avoidance with regard to crossing pedestrians, on “other activities than driving”, and on "permanent visibility" of the means for the driver to activate and deactivate the system.
|3.||Data Storage System for Automated Driving||
GRVA will review a proposal for provisions on Data Storage System for Automated Driving (DSSAD) relevant for the work related to ALKS.
GRVA-06-06 | ALKS: Proposal for DSSAD provisions in the draft UN Regulation Proposal from the EDR-DSSAD informal group to provide requirements for "data storage systems for automated driving" in the draft automated-lane keeping systems type-approval regulation.
|4.||Cyber security and (over-the-air) software updates||
GRVA will review a proposal for provisions regarding cyber security and (over-the-air) software updates.
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-06-03 | Cybersecurity and Software Updates: Proposal for amendments to GRVA/2020/3 and GRVA/2020/4 Proposal to exclude vehicles of categories R, S and T from the initial scope of the draft UN Regulations.
GRVA-06-04 | Cybersecurity: Proposal for amendments to GRVA/2020/3 and GRVA-05-05-Rev.1 Proposal to require vehicle manufacturers to provide relevant cybersecurity information (cybersecurity goals, specifications, requirements) to authorised replacement-part manufacturers.
GRVA-06-05 | Note from the Small Working Group on the Cyber Security paper GRVA-05-05/Rev1 Update on the status of discussions aiming to resolve open items in the draft UN Regulation on cybersecurity following the 5th GRVA session.
GRVA-06-07 | Cybersecurity: Suggestion for amendments to GRVA-05-05-Rev.1 Proposals to clarify the draft text.
GRVA-06-08/Rev.1 | Cybersecurity: Explanations for the suggested amendments to GRVA-05-05-Rev.1
GRVA-06-15 | Cybersecurity: Proposal for amendments to document GRVA-05-05-Rev.1 The proposal replaces the protection of critical elements with the protection of the vehicle type in general to ensure that a critical element can be secured by security mechanisms in other elements of the vehicle type. This clarifies that secure gateways can be used to shield parts of an E/E architecture which contain critical elements. Further, the proposal introduces a transitional period for the obligation to implement the mitigation measures of Annex 5, Part B and C. During this transitional period, the manufacturer can introduce alternative appropriate mitigation measures on the basis of technical feasibility.
GRVA-06-17 | Cybersecurity: Proposal for amendments to the draft UN Regulation Proposal to clarify provisions regarding<ul><li>skills and procedures required of the Approval Authority and its Technical Service(s),</li><li>mandatory peer review of the Approval Authority’s skills, procedures and assessment methods and pass/fail criteria,</li><li>notification of intended type approvals and availability of documentation for inspection,</li><li>minimizing the risk of expiry of the CSMS Certificate before issuance of a new Certificate, and </li><li>exemptions for approvals granted before 1 July 2024. </li></ul>
|5.||Any other business||
GRVA may wish to consider other proposals, if available.
GRVA-06-12 | UN R79: Proposal for amendments to ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRVA/2020/7 This proposal intends to allow the system to have a grace time in order to deal with unexpected changes in the radius of the curvature of the bend, by allowing the system to exceed the imposed ayxsmax limit of 3 m/s² by a maximum of 40% for up to 2 seconds.