Session 121 | Web conference | 12-16 Apr
4. (b) UN Regulation No. 151 on Blind Spot Information Systems (BSIS)

GRSG may wish to review a proposal suggesting further amendments UN Regulation No. 151 on BSIS (GRSG-119-06).

GRSG may wish to consider a proposal to amend UN Regulation No. 151, tabled by the expert from VRU-Proxi Informal Working Group (VRU-Proxi) (ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRSG/2021/4).

GRSG-121-07 | UN R151: Proposal to amend document GRSG/2021/4 Proposal from the VRU-Proxi informal group to amend the detection area in the proposal for Supplement 3 to the UN Regulation on blind-spot information systems.
GRSG/2021/4 | UN R151: Proposal for Supplement 3 Supplement 1 to the original version of UN R151 (GRSG/2019/25) amended the paragraph 5.3.1.4. to add an explicit requirement for the maximum detection distance. The Supplement did not intend to delete or suggest a change in the requirements for the information signal boundaries or the detection area around the front wheel. This proposal reintroduces and clarifies the requirement for the detection area around the front wheel.
GRSG-119-06 | UN R151: Future ideas for the development of the Regulation
GRSG/2021/4 | UN R151: Proposal for Supplement 3 Supplement 1 to the original version of UN R151 (GRSG/2019/25) amended the paragraph 5.3.1.4. to add an explicit requirement for the maximum detection distance. The Supplement did not intend to delete or suggest a change in the requirements for the information signal boundaries or the detection area around the front wheel. This proposal reintroduces and clarifies the requirement for the detection area around the front wheel.
GRSG-121-07 | UN R151: Proposal to amend document GRSG/2021/4 Proposal from the VRU-Proxi informal group to amend the detection area in the proposal for Supplement 3 to the UN Regulation on blind-spot information systems.
GRSG-121-07
UN R151: Proposal to amend document GRSG/2021/4
09 Apr 2021 Working Party Informal Documents Blind-spot information systems (BSIS) Blind spot detection Uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to the Blind Spot Information System for the Detection of Bicycles Proposal from the VRU-Proxi informal group to amend the detection area in the proposal for Supplement 3 to the UN Regulation on blind-spot information systems. GRSG-121-0007
GRSG-121-11
VRU-Proximity Awareness: Revised Terms of Reference and Rules of Procedure
09 Apr 2021 Working Party Informal Documents Awareness of Vulnerable Road Users in Low-speed Maneuvers VRU Proximity Awareness Blind-spot information systems (BSIS) Blind spot detection Uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to the Blind Spot Information System for the Detection of Bicycles Reversing Motion Detection Reversing Motion Uniform provisions concerning the approval of devices for reversing motion and motor vehicles with regard to the driver’s awareness of vulnerable road users behind vehicles UN Regulation on Moving-Off Information Systems MOIS UN Regulation on Commercial Vehicle Direct Vision CV Direct Vision Light Vehicle Vehicle Moving Off from Standstill MOIS (M1/N1) GRSG-121-0011
GRSG/2021/4
UN R151: Proposal for Supplement 3
07 Feb 2021 Working Party Formal Documents Blind-spot information systems (BSIS) Blind spot detection Uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to the Blind Spot Information System for the Detection of Bicycles Supplement 1 to the original version of UN R151 (GRSG/2019/25) amended the paragraph 5.3.1.4. to add an explicit requirement for the maximum detection distance. The Supplement did not intend to delete or suggest a change in the requirements for the information signal boundaries or the detection area around the front wheel. This proposal reintroduces and clarifies the requirement for the detection area around the front wheel. GRSG/2021/0004