Session 13 | Hybrid Geneva session | 23-27 May
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-13-01 | Running order for the agenda of the 13th (May 2022) GRVA session
GRVA-13-02 | GRVA-13: Updated agenda for the May 2022 session Updated to reflect submissions received through 20 May.
GRVA/2022/13 | Annotated provisional agenda for the 13th (May 2022) GRVA session
GRVA/2022/13 | Annotated provisional agenda for the 13th (May 2022) GRVA session
GRVA-13-01 | Running order for the agenda of the 13th (May 2022) GRVA session
GRVA-13-02 | GRVA-13: Updated agenda for the May 2022 session Updated to reflect submissions received through 20 May.
2. Highlights of the March 2022 session of WP.29

GRVA may wish to be briefed by the secretariat about the highlights of the March 2022 session of WP.29, regarding the activities of the Working Party on Automated/Autonomous and Connected Vehicles (GRVA) and common issues.

GRVA-13-03 | GRVA-relevant highlights from the March 2022 WP.29 session
GRVA-13-03 | GRVA-relevant highlights from the March 2022 WP.29 session
3. Artificial Intelligence in vehicles

GRVA agreed to further consider this agenda item based on the outcome of the technical Workshop(s) on AI.

GRVA-13-04 | Outcome of the GRVA workshops on Artificial Intelligence and Vehicle Regulations
GRVA-13-04 | Outcome of the GRVA workshops on Artificial Intelligence and Vehicle Regulations
4. Automated/autonomous and connected vehicles
4. (a) 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 recent meeting(s) of the Informal Working Group (IWG) on Functional Requirements for Automated and Autonomous Vehicles (FRAV).

GRVA-13-37 | Status report of the FRAV informal group

GRVA agreed to review the guidelines and recommendations concerning safety requirements for automated driving systems, prepared by the IWG on FRAV.

GRVA-13-36 | Draft Guidelines and Recommendations concerning Safety Requirements for Automated Driving Systems Working text under development by the FRAV informal group provided for information to GRVA as part of the group's status report.
GRVA-13-37 | Status report of the FRAV informal group
GRVA-13-36 | Draft Guidelines and Recommendations concerning Safety Requirements for Automated Driving Systems Working text under development by the FRAV informal group provided for information to GRVA as part of the group's status report.
4. (b) 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-13-38 | Status report of the VMAD informal group

GRVA agreed to review the draft second iteration of the New Assessment/Test Method for Automated Driving (NATM) – Master Document submitted to WP.29 for consideration in June 2022.

GRVA-13-35 | Proposal for amendments to document WP.29/2022/58 (NATM Master Document) Proposal for amendments from the VMAD informal group.

GRVA may wish to review the draft New Assessment/Test Method for Automated Driving (NATM) Guidelines for Validating Automated Driving System (ADS) prepared by the IWG on VMAD.

WP.29/2022/57 | Proposal for a New Assessment/Test Method for Automated Driving — Master Document Proposal for guidelines concerning the assessment and testing of vehicles equipped with Automated Driving Systems (ADS). The document is submitted as an informational reference for WP.29 endorsement.
WP.29/2022/58 | New Assessment/Test Method for Automated Driving (NATM) Guidelines for Validating Automated Driving System (ADS) Proposal submitted to the World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP.29) for information at its June 2022 session, subject to confirmation by Working Party on Automated/Autonomous and Connected Vehicles (GRVA) at its May 2022 session.
GRVA-13-38 | Status report of the VMAD informal group
GRVA-13-35 | Proposal for amendments to document WP.29/2022/58 (NATM Master Document) Proposal for amendments from the VMAD informal group.
4. (c) Deliverables of the Informal Working Group on Event Data Recorder / Data Storage System 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-13-06 | DSSAD: Review of existing national/regional activities and a proposed way forward
GRVA-13-21 | EDR/DSSAD informal group: Activities and deliverables
GRVA-13-06 | DSSAD: Review of existing national/regional activities and a proposed way forward
GRVA-13-21 | EDR/DSSAD informal group: Activities and deliverables
4. (d) UN Regulation on Automated Lane Keeping System

GRVA agreed to review the proposal for the 01 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 157 (Automated Lane Keeping System) tabled for consideration by WP.29 at its June 2022 session.

GRVA-13-43/Rev.2 | UN R157: Proposal to amend document WP.29/2022/59 Updates from the UN R157 interest group to its original submission to GRVA.
GRVA-13-48/Rev.1 | UN R157: Revised consolidated proposal for a 01 series of amendments Proposal to increase the maximum operational speed to 130 km/h, add lane-change and minimal risk manoeuvre provisions, responsiveness to emergency vehicles, and introduce additional data collection specifications.
WP.29/2022/59/Rev.1 | UN R157: Proposal for the 01 series of amendments Proposal to increase the maximum operational speed to 130 km/h, add lane-change and minimal risk manoeuvre provisions, responsiveness to emergency vehicles, and introduce data collection specifications.
GRVA-13-43/Rev.2 | UN R157: Proposal to amend document WP.29/2022/59 Updates from the UN R157 interest group to its original submission to GRVA.
GRVA-13-44 | Progress report of the UN R157 special interest group
GRVA-13-48/Rev.1 | UN R157: Revised consolidated proposal for a 01 series of amendments Proposal to increase the maximum operational speed to 130 km/h, add lane-change and minimal risk manoeuvre provisions, responsiveness to emergency vehicles, and introduce additional data collection specifications.
4. (e) Coordination of work on automation between working parties (GRs)

GRVA may wish to discuss the work coordination between working parties concerning Automated Driving Systems.

GRVA may wish to be briefed on AC.2 considerations and WP.29 decisions regarding the coordination of work between GRVA and the Working Party on Lighting and Light-Signalling (GRE) on ADS light signal provisions.

Following the request of WP.29 at its 186th session, GRVA may wish to initiate a review of UN Regulation and UN GTRs under the purview of GRVA, with regards to their fitness for ADS and driverless vehicles.

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

4. (f) Other business

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

GRVA-13-34 | Automated driving safety data protocol – Ethical and legal considerations of continual monitoring
GRVA-13-18 | Vision of an ADS road map and related future activities at UNECE/GRVA
GRVA-13-07 | ISO/DIS 23374-1: Intelligent Transport Systems-Automated Valet Parking Systems (Part 1) Password-protected draft ISO standard. Contact the GRVA secretariat for more information.
GRVA-13-34 | Automated driving safety data protocol – Ethical and legal considerations of continual monitoring
5. Connected vehicles
5. (a) Cyber security and data protection

GRVA may wish to be briefed on the outcome of the recent meeting(s) of the IWG on Cybersecurity and Over-the-Air issues.

GRVA agreed to develop a road map concerning the scope extension of UN Regulation No. 155 (Cyber Security and Cyber Security Management System), to include the vehicle Categories S, R and T, as defined in the Consolidated Resolution on the construction of vehicles (R.E.3).

GRVA-13-16 | Report of the Workshop on UN R155 Implementation
GRVA-13-26 | UN R155: Proposal to amend WP.29/2022/61 Proposal for amendments to the UN R155 Interpretation Document.
GRVA-13-27 | UN R155: Proposal to amend document WP.29/2021/59
GRVA-13-28/Rev.1 | Information on SAE cyber security proposals
GRVA-13-29 | UN R155: Proposal for amendments
GRVA-13-31 | Proposal for Vehicle Cyber Security
5. (b) Software updates and over-the-air issues

GRVA may wish to consider any proposal regarding software updates and over-the-air issues, if available.

5. (c) Data and vehicle communications

GRVA agreed to resume the discussion on the role that GRVA may play, with regards to access to vehicle data.

GRVA-13-41 | Handling access to in-vehicle data at the GRVA
GRVA-13-42 | Vehicle data: Presentation supporting document GRVA-13-41

GRVA may wish to resume discussion on the challenges related to telecommunication coverage, latency and interference and more generally about vehicles communications.

GRVA-13-11 | ISO 20078-1:2021 Road vehicles — Extended vehicle (ExVe) web services -- Part 1: Content and definitions This standard has been provided for use by GRVA stakeholders. The document is protected by password. Please contact the GRVA secretariat for further information.
GRVA-13-12 | ISO 20078-2:2021 Road vehicles -- Extended vehicle (ExVe) web services -- Part 2: Access
GRVA-13-13 | ISO 20078-3:2021 Road vehicles -- Extended vehicle (ExVe) web services -- Security
GRVA-13-14 | ISO/TR 20078-4:2021 Road vehicles — Extended vehicle (ExVe) web services-- Part 4: Control
GRVA-13-11 | ISO 20078-1:2021 Road vehicles — Extended vehicle (ExVe) web services -- Part 1: Content and definitions This standard has been provided for use by GRVA stakeholders. The document is protected by password. Please contact the GRVA secretariat for further information.
GRVA-13-12 | ISO 20078-2:2021 Road vehicles -- Extended vehicle (ExVe) web services -- Part 2: Access
GRVA-13-13 | ISO 20078-3:2021 Road vehicles -- Extended vehicle (ExVe) web services -- Security
GRVA-13-14 | ISO/TR 20078-4:2021 Road vehicles — Extended vehicle (ExVe) web services-- Part 4: Control
GRVA-13-32 | Proposal for Data Security of Intelligent and Connected Vehicles
GRVA-13-41 | Handling access to in-vehicle data at the GRVA
GRVA-13-42 | Vehicle data: Presentation supporting document GRVA-13-41
5. (d) Other business

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

GRVA-13-46 | Standardization of future mobility technologies
6. Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and UN Regulation No. 79
6. (a) Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

GRVA may wish to receive a status report of the Task Force on Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), if any.

GRVA-13-45 | Status report of the ADAS task force
GRVA-13-45 | Status report of the ADAS task force
6. (b) UN Regulation No. 79 (Steering equipment)

GRVA agreed to resume consideration of pending amendment proposals to UN Regulation No. 79 (Steering equipment).

GRVA/2021/9 | UN R79: Proposal for a Supplement to the 03 series of amendments Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>Align lane-centering provisions with principles applied to UN R157 (ALKS)</li><li>Permit Category C ACSF to remain in stand-by during temporary roadway transitions</li><li>Clarify overriding provision (para. 5.6.4.3) reference to stand-by mode</li><li>Introduce a tolerance factor for "critical situation" lane changes</li><li>clarification to test conditions</li><li>Align direction indicator deactivation under a pass conditions with previously adopted provisions.</li></ol>
GRVA/2021/10 | UN R79: Proposal for a supplement to the 03 series of amendments Proposal to allow up to seven seconds to start and perform a lane change.
6. (c) Other business

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

7. Advanced Emergency Braking Systems

GRVA may wish to receive a status report of the IWG on Advanced Emergency Braking Systems (AEBS) for M1 and N1.

GRVA may wish to receive a status report of the IWG on AEBS for heavy vehicles.

GRVA-13-40/Rev.1 | Final status report of the AEBS-Heavy-Duty Vehicles informal group

GRVA may wish to resume consideration of the proposal for revised terms of reference of the IWG on AEBS for heavy vehicles.

GRVA-12-10 | IWG AEBS (HDV) Draft Terms of Reference
GRVA-13-08 | UN R152: Proposal for amendments Proposal from the informal working group on Advanced Emergency Braking Systems of Heavy Duty Vehicles for Supplements to the original text, 01, and 02 series of amendments. The document proposes improvements to provisions based on technological progress identified during work under UN R131. The proposal includes a footnote for alternative approvals under either UN R152 or UN R131 for vehicles derived from light vehicles, improved wording for collision-warning and speed-reduction text, correction of an omission, and a request for GRVA guidance on a reference concerning control strategies and deviations from specified conditions.
GRVA-13-09 | UN R131: Proposal for amendments to the 02 series of amendments Proposal from the informal group on AEBS for Heavy-Duty Vehicles to align text with corresponding paragraphs of UN R152 and to clarify interpretation of provisions on system robustness when applied to heavy-duty vehicles.
GRVA-13-10 | UN R131: Proposal for amendments to the 01 series of amendments Proposal from the Informal Working Group on Advanced Emergency Braking Systems of Heavy Duty Vehicles to increase the potential speed reduction during the AEBS warning phase.
GRVA-13-30 | UN R152: Proposal for amendments Proposal to expand alignment of UN R152 with UN R131-02 series, in particular to clarify that the Technical Service may test in any conditions within those specified by the performance requirement section of the regulation, with any other speeds within the prescribed speed range. In addition, the Technical Service may verify that the control strategy is not unreasonably changed or AEBS switched off in other conditions than those specified in the performance requirement section and the report of this verification shall be appended to the test report.
GRVA-13-33 | AEBS: Common interpretation of “new engine start/run cycle”
GRVA-13-40/Rev.1 | Final status report of the AEBS-Heavy-Duty Vehicles informal group
8. UN Regulations Nos. 13, 13-H, 139, 140 and UN GTR No. 8
8. (a) Electronic Stability Control

GRVA agreed to resume consideration on the proposal to amend UN Global Technical Regulation (UN GTR) No. 8, aimed at introducing the testing provisions to accommodate the latest innovations for steering systems.

GRVA agreed to consider the proposal tabled by France concerning the mandatory fitment of vehicle stability function for specific vehicles.

GRVA-13-20 | Mandatory ESC on 4-axles concrete mixer vehicles: Industry proposal
GRVA-13-23 | UN R13: Proposal to amend document GRVA/2022/14
GRVA-13-39 | UN R13: Proposal to amend document GRVA/2022/14 Proposal to ensure that N<sub>3</sub> category four-axle chassis, regardless of bodywork in second stage production (e.g., concrete mixer), will be included within the scope of the vehicle stability provisions.
GRVA/2022/14 | UN R13: Proposal for amendments Proposal to equip four-axle commercial vehicles over 25 tons with vehicle stability function due to their specific use.
WP.29/2020/99 | GTR 8: Request for authorization to develop an amendment Request to develop an amendment to the GTR 8 testing provisions to accommodate the latest innovations for steering systems which have significantly low steering gear ratio (i.e. quick steering characteristics).
GRVA/2022/14 | UN R13: Proposal for amendments Proposal to equip four-axle commercial vehicles over 25 tons with vehicle stability function due to their specific use.
GRVA-13-20 | Mandatory ESC on 4-axles concrete mixer vehicles: Industry proposal
GRVA-13-23 | UN R13: Proposal to amend document GRVA/2022/14
GRVA-13-39 | UN R13: Proposal to amend document GRVA/2022/14 Proposal to ensure that N<sub>3</sub> category four-axle chassis, regardless of bodywork in second stage production (e.g., concrete mixer), will be included within the scope of the vehicle stability provisions.
8. (b) Electro-mechanical brakes

GRVA agreed to review a revised proposal for amendments to UN Regulation No. 13 with provisions relevant for the type approval of Electro-Mechanical Brakes (EMB), tabled by the expert from the European Association of Automotive Suppliers (CLEPA).

GRVA-13-05 | UN R13: Proposal for a supplement to the 11 series of amendments Proposal to introduce provisions for the approval of electromechanical braking systems.
GRVA-13-19 | UN R13: Proposal for amendments Proposal to align the requirements of UN R13 concerning the assessment of electronic control systems with the latest developments adopted by WP.29 for UN R79 and UN R157.
GRVA-13-47 | UN R13 and Electro Mechanical Brakes
GRVA-13-05 | UN R13: Proposal for a supplement to the 11 series of amendments Proposal to introduce provisions for the approval of electromechanical braking systems.
GRVA-13-19 | UN R13: Proposal for amendments Proposal to align the requirements of UN R13 concerning the assessment of electronic control systems with the latest developments adopted by WP.29 for UN R79 and UN R157.
GRVA-13-47 | UN R13 and Electro Mechanical Brakes
8. (c) Clarifications

GRVA may wish to review amendments to UN Regulations No. 13, 13-H, 139 or 140, if available.

GRVA-13-22/Rev.1 | UN R13: Proposal to amend document GRVA/2022/11 (electric park brake warning)
GRVA-13-24 | UN R140: Proposal for amendments Proposal to ensure the continuity of the ASTM Method E1337 for the measurement of the Peak Braking Coefficient (PBC) by introducing a reference to the new American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Standard Reference Test Tyre F2493.
GRVA-13-25 | UN R13: Proposal for amending electric park brake warning
GRVA-13-22/Rev.1 | UN R13: Proposal to amend document GRVA/2022/11 (electric park brake warning)
GRVA-13-24 | UN R140: Proposal for amendments Proposal to ensure the continuity of the ASTM Method E1337 for the measurement of the Peak Braking Coefficient (PBC) by introducing a reference to the new American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Standard Reference Test Tyre F2493.
GRVA-13-25 | UN R13: Proposal for amending electric park brake warning
9. Motorcycle braking
9. (a) UN Global Technical Regulation No. 3

GRVA may wish to review proposals related to UN GTR No. 3 (Motorcycle brakes), if any.

GRVA-12-15 | UN GTR 3: Proposal for amendment 4
GRVA-13-17 | GTR 3: Proposal for Amendment 4 Proposal from Italy with support from IMMA to adapt GTR No. 3 to technical and standardization progress, introducing provisions for the activation of the stop lamp under regenerative and/or automatically commanded braking, and updating the references to ASTM standards to enable the use of the new ASTM standard reference test tyre F2493 for the measurement of the Peak Braking Coefficient (PBC).
GRVA-12-15 | UN GTR 3: Proposal for amendment 4
GRVA-13-17 | GTR 3: Proposal for Amendment 4 Proposal from Italy with support from IMMA to adapt GTR No. 3 to technical and standardization progress, introducing provisions for the activation of the stop lamp under regenerative and/or automatically commanded braking, and updating the references to ASTM standards to enable the use of the new ASTM standard reference test tyre F2493 for the measurement of the Peak Braking Coefficient (PBC).
9. (b) UN Regulation No. 78

GRVA may wish to review proposals for amendments to UN Regulation No. 78 (Motorcycle and Moped Braking), if any.

GRVA-13-15 | UN R78: Proposal for a Supplement to the 05 series of amendments Proposal to further align the stop lamp signal provisions in UN R78 with UN R13-H to ensure consistent stop lamp behaviour across different vehicle categories and therefore avoid confusion to road users driving behind a braking vehicle regardless of its category.
GRVA-13-15 | UN R78: Proposal for a Supplement to the 05 series of amendments Proposal to further align the stop lamp signal provisions in UN R78 with UN R13-H to ensure consistent stop lamp behaviour across different vehicle categories and therefore avoid confusion to road users driving behind a braking vehicle regardless of its category.
10. UN Regulation No. 90

GRVA may wish to review proposals for amendments to UN Regulation No. 90 (Replacement brake linings, discs, and drums), if any.

11. Exchange of views on guidelines and relevant national activities

GRVA may wish to receive information on national activities related to vehicle automation and connectivity, if any.

12. Revision 3 to the 1958 Agreement
12. (a) Implementation of relevant provisions in Revision 3 to the 1958 Agreement

GRVA will further discuss the concept “Unique Identifier (UI) summary document” related to the use of the Database of the Exchange of Type Approval documentation (DETA), which was developed by GRE and the IWG on DETA.

GRVA will review a list of UN Regulations for which the use of the Unique Identifier should be prohibited, if available.

12. (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.

13. Other business
13. (a) Arrangement of meetings

GRVA may wish to be briefed on the input from WP.29 regarding the envisaged organization of a combined meeting with the Global Forum on Road Traffic Safety (WP.1).

GRVA may wish to discuss the organization of GRVA meetings outside of Geneva in 2023, as envisaged at the January 2022 session.

13. (b) Any other business

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