Session 56 | Geneva | 9-12 Dec 2014
22. (f) Three-dimensional H-point machine
GRSP-56-37 | Report of the informal working group on the harmonisation of the specifications of the 3-D H-point machine
22. (h) Pole side impact protection
GRSP-56-12 | Proposal for Supplement 1 and for Supplement 1 to the 01 series of amendments to the UN Regulation on Pole Side Impact The scope of the new Global Technical Regulation on Pole Side Impact includes vehicles of category N1 (limited to GVM < 3.5 t) and vehicles of category M1 (without mass limit). However, the vehicle fleet includes a small number of M1 vehicles with a GVW > 3.5t which are based on vehicles of category N2, N3, M2 or M3. Therefore, OICA proposes to limit the scope of the GTR to both M1 and N1 vehicles under 3.5 t maximum vehicle mass in order to alleviate burdens on manufacturers producing M1 variants based on N2, N3, M2, or M3 vehicles.
GRSP-56-33 | Proposal for Supplement 1 to the UN Regulation on Pole Side Impact in its original version and to the 01 series of amendments The scope of the new Global Technical Regulation on Pole Side Impact includes vehicles of category N1 (limited to GVM < 3.5 t) and vehicles of category M1 (without mass limit). However, the vehicle fleet includes a small number of M1 vehicles with a GVW > 3.5t which are based on vehicles of category N2, N3, M2 or M3. Based on the OICA proposal (document GRSP-56-12) and ensuing discussions, Australia proposes to limit the scope of the GTR to both M1 vehicles under 3.5 t maximum vehicle mass and to certain N1 vehicles based on geometric measurements.
GRSP-56-12
Proposal for Supplement 1 and for Supplement 1 to the 01 series of amendments to the UN Regulation on Pole Side Impact (OICA)
05 Dec 2014 Working Party Informal Documents Pole side-impact protection Pole Side Impact Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to their Pole Side Impact performance (PSI) The scope of the new Global Technical Regulation on Pole Side Impact includes vehicles of category N1 (limited to GVM < 3.5 t) and vehicles of category M1 (without mass limit). However, the vehicle fleet includes a small number of M1 vehicles with a GVW > 3.5t which are based on vehicles of category N2, N3, M2 or M3. Therefore, OICA proposes to limit the scope of the GTR to both M1 and N1 vehicles under 3.5 t maximum vehicle mass in order to alleviate burdens on manufacturers producing M1 variants based on N2, N3, M2, or M3 vehicles. GRSP-56-0012
GRSP-56-33
Proposal for Supplement 1 to the UN Regulation on Pole Side Impact in its original version and to the 01 series of amendments (Australia)
12 Dec 2014 Working Party Informal Documents Pole side-impact protection Pole Side Impact Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to their Pole Side Impact performance (PSI) The scope of the new Global Technical Regulation on Pole Side Impact includes vehicles of category N1 (limited to GVM < 3.5 t) and vehicles of category M1 (without mass limit). However, the vehicle fleet includes a small number of M1 vehicles with a GVW > 3.5t which are based on vehicles of category N2, N3, M2 or M3. Based on the OICA proposal (document GRSP-56-12) and ensuing discussions, Australia proposes to limit the scope of the GTR to both M1 vehicles under 3.5 t maximum vehicle mass and to certain N1 vehicles based on geometric measurements. GRSP-56-0033
GRSP-56-37
Report of the informal working group on the harmonisation of the specifications of the 3-D H-point machine (Germany)
12 Dec 2014 Working Party Informal Documents RE3 Construction of Vehicles RE3 Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles Pole side-impact protection Pole Side Impact Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to their Pole Side Impact performance (PSI) GRSP-56-0037