Session 160 | Geneva | 25-28 Jun 2013
8.3. Consistency between the 1968 Vienna Convention and UN Regulations and GTR
WP.29-160-16 | 1968 Vienna Convention on Road Traffic: OICA proposal for WP.1 and WP.29 consideration The requirement that "every driver shall at all times be able to control his vehicle" has recently given rise to discussions regarding the compatibility of the Convention with modern driver assistance systems. This proposal offers language to set parameters for the use of automated systems.
WP.29-160-31 | Consistency between the Convention on Road Traffic (1968) and Vehicle Technical Regulations German proposals for revision of the Vienna Convention to address the rise of automated driver assistance systems which currently would conflict with 'driver always in control of the vehicle' provisions.
WP.29-160-32 | Consistency between the Convention on Road Traffic (1968) and Vehicle Technical Regulations WP.1 document, prepared by Belgium, France, Italy, Sweden, and the United States transmitted to WP.29 by Germany, proposing revisions to the Vienna Convention in order to address the rise in automated driver assistance systems.
WP.29-160-16
1968 Vienna Convention on Road Traffic: OICA proposal for WP.1 and WP.29 consideration (OICA)
05 Jun 2013 World Forum Informal Documents 1968 Vienna Convention on Road Traffic 1968 Vienna Convention Convention on Road Traffic The requirement that "every driver shall at all times be able to control his vehicle" has recently given rise to discussions regarding the compatibility of the Convention with modern driver assistance systems. This proposal offers language to set parameters for the use of automated systems. WP.29-160-0016
WP.29-160-31
Consistency between the Convention on Road Traffic (1968) and Vehicle Technical Regulations (Germany)
25 Jun 2013 World Forum Informal Documents 1968 Vienna Convention on Road Traffic 1968 Vienna Convention Convention on Road Traffic German proposals for revision of the Vienna Convention to address the rise of automated driver assistance systems which currently would conflict with 'driver always in control of the vehicle' provisions. WP.29-160-0031
WP.29-160-32
Consistency between the Convention on Road Traffic (1968) and Vehicle Technical Regulations (Germany)
25 Jun 2013 World Forum Informal Documents 1968 Vienna Convention on Road Traffic 1968 Vienna Convention Convention on Road Traffic WP.1 document, prepared by Belgium, France, Italy, Sweden, and the United States transmitted to WP.29 by Germany, proposing revisions to the Vienna Convention in order to address the rise in automated driver assistance systems. WP.29-160-0032