Session 171 | Geneva | 14-17 Mar 2017
Attendance
Opening Statements
1. Adoption of the agenda
WP.29/2017/1128 | Annotated provisional agenda for the 171st World Forum/WP.29 session
2. Coordination and organization of work
2.1. Report of the session of the Administrative Committee for the Coordination of Work (WP.29/AC.2)
2.2. Programme of work and documentation
WP.29-171-01/Rev.1 | WP.29, Working Parties, Informal Working Groups and Chairs (01/03/2017)
WP.29/2017/1 | 2017 Programme of Work of the WP.29 and its Subsidiary Bodies
2.3. Intelligent Transport Systems and automated vehicles
2.4. Follow-up to the seventy-ninth session of the Inland Transport Committee (ITC)
WP.29-171-31 | United Nations Economic Commission for Europe - Inland Transport Committee Strategy
WP.29-171-32 | UNECE Inland Transport Committee - List of main decisions
3. Consideration of the reports of the Working Parties (GRs) subsidiary to WP.29
3.1. Working Party on Noise (GRB) (Sixty-fourth session, 5-7 September 2016)
GRB/62 | Report of the GRB on its 64th session
3.2. Working Party on Brakes and Running Gear (GRRF) (Eighty-second session, 20-23 September 2016)
GRRF/82 | Report of the GRRF on its 82nd session
3.3. Working Party on General Safety Provisions (GRSG) (111th session, 10–14 October 2016)
GRSG/90 | Report of the GRSG on its 111th session
3.4. Working Party on Lighting and Light-Signalling (GRE) (Seventy-sixth session, 25-28 October 2016)
GRE/76 | Report of the GRE on its 76th session
3.5. Highlights of the recent sessions
3.5.1. Working Party on Passive Safety (GRSP) (Sixtieth session, 13-16 December 2016)
3.5.2. Working Party on Pollution and Energy (GRPE) (Seventy-fourth session, 10-13 January 2017)
3.5.3. Working Party on Brakes and Running Gear (GRRF) (Eighty-third session, 23-27 January 2017)
WP.29/2017/10 | Proposal for Supplement 6 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 79 Proposal to introduce corrective steering and B1 level ACSF type approval provisions into UN R79. This proposal would enable the approval of corrective steering and lane-keeping assist systems in addition to current provisions for automated steering functions that operate at speeds up to 10 km/h.
WP.29-171-06 | Proposal of amendments to the draft Supplement 6 to the 01 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 79 Amendments from the ACSF informal group to its proposal (document WP.29/2017/10) to enable the type approval of corrective steering functions and Category B1 automated steering systems (e.g., remote parking, continuous lane keeping).
WP.29-168-16 | Proposal from WP.15 to amend Regulation No. 13 Proposal from the Working Party on Dangerous Goods to delete paragraph 2.2.1 and 2.3.2 in Annex 5 of Regulation No. 13 permitting the use of an endurance braking system on a trailer to compensate for insufficient performance of the endurance braking system of the motor vehicles. Such systems have been prohibited by WP.15 such that alignment of the vehicle technical requirements is needed.
3.5.4. Working Party on Noise (GRB) (Sixty-fifth session, 15-17 February 2017)
GRB/63 | Report of the GRB on its 65th session
4. 1958 Agreement
4.1. Status of the 1958 Agreement and of the annexed Regulations
WP.29-171-07 | Electronic exchange of information concerning Type Approval Authorities and Technical Services Information on the WP.29 Secretariat's work to provide on-line access to information about type-approval authorities and testing services accredited under the individual UN Regulations.
4.2. Guidance requested by the Working Parties on matters related to Regulations annexed to the 1958 Agreement
4.2.1. Reproduction and reference to private standards in Regulations, Global Technical Regulations and Rules
4.2.2. Guidance on amendments to Regulations annexed to the 1958 Agreement
WP.29/2017/53 | Draft General Guidelines for UN regulatory procedures and transitional provisions in UN Regulations
WP.29-171-13 | Proposal to amend the Draft General Guidelines for UN regulatory procedures and transitional provisions in UN Regulations (WP.29/2017/53) Proposal to clarify transitional provisions including clarification of the definition and treatment of Supplements to UN Regulations.
WP.29-171-24 | Draft General Guidelines for UN regulatory procedures and transitional provisions in UN Regulations Draft proposal from the IWVTA informal group.
4.3. Development of the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval (IWVTA) system
WP.29/2017/54 | Explanation of UN Regulation No. 0 on the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval - questions and answers
WP.29-171-25 | Explanation of UN Regulation No. 0 on the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval - questions and answers
WP.29-171-11 | Regulation No. 0 - Uniform provisions concerning International Whole Vehicle Type Approval (IWVTA) Proposal from the IWVTA informal group.
WP.29-171-12 | Report to 171st WP.29 session from the 23rd IWVTA Informal Group meeting
4.4. Draft Revision 3 to the 1958 Agreement
WP.29/2016/2 | Proposal for Revision 3 of the 1958 Agreement Document prepared by the WP.29 secretariat to provide a consolidated updated version of the proposed Revision 3 to the 1958 Agreement. The secretariat anticipates a decision by the World Forum to seek unanimous agreement on this proposed final text during its March 2016 session.
WP.29/2017/55 | Revision 3 of the 1958 Agreement - Questions and answers
SG58-23-07 | Comments on the Q&A documents regarding Revision 3 to the 1958 Agreement
SG58-23-07 | Comments on the Q&A documents regarding Revision 3 to the 1958 Agreement
4.5. Development of an electronic database for the exchange of type approval documentation (DETA)
WP.29-171-16 | Draft proposal for purchasing DETA through the Sole Source procedure Proposal from the DETA informal group to enable implementation of the type approval data exchange.
4.6. Consideration of draft amendments to existing Regulations submitted by GRB
WP.29/2017/7 | Proposal for the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 138 Proposal to refine the scope by replacing the phrase "can travel" by "can be propelled". The use of "travel" in the scope can be interpreted to include vehicles using using electrical systems for purposes other than propulsion (e.g., energy recuperation) that fall outside the test conditions of UN R138. The proposal further amends:<ol class="alpha"><li>Paragraph 2.7. to make clear the “pause function” refers to systems that allow the driver to deactivate an AVAS system;</li><li>Paragraph 6.2.6.: The vehicle operator shall not deactivate AVAS while driving. However, the manufacturer shall be enabled to activate or deactivate AVAS, including automatically, by regional coding according to legal provisions of various markets.</li><li>Paragraph 11.: the transitional provisions were added according to the rules of WP.29 for new series of amendments. Paragraph 11.6. has been added to maintain approvals that also comply with the new series of amendments, as is the case for vehicles that do not have a pause function according to the newly suggested paragraph 6.2.6.</li><li>Annex 1, Addendum to the communication form No …, Technical Information: technical information regarding “Pause switch (yes/no)” will be no longer necessary.</li></ol>
4.6.1. Proposal for Supplement 3 to the 07 series of amendments to Regulation No. 9
WP.29/2017/2 | Proposal for Supplement 3 to the 07 series of amendments to Regulation No. 9 Proposal to clarify the text and align the provisions of UN R9 with other vehicle sound regulations, especially UN R41, pursuant to research conducted by the European Commission.
4.6.2. Proposal for Supplement 5 to Regulation No. 28
WP.29/2017/3 | Proposal for Supplement 5 to Regulation No. 28 Proposal to update and clarify the regulation. The proposal refines definitions, removes the “AWD” abbeviation for “audible warning device” to avoid confusion with its more common use for “all wheel drive”, modifies some administrative communications, and proposes three-direction acoustic measurements. The proposal also aims to structure the regulation to enable its application to additional sound warning devices not presently regulated at the international level, excluding acoustic vehicle alerting systems (AVAS) which will be subject to a separate regulation on minimum vehicle sound levels.
4.6.3. Proposal for Supplement 3 to the 02 series of amendments to Regulation No. 63
WP.29/2017/4 | Proposal for Supplement 3 to the 02 series of amendments to Regulation No. 63 Based on the outcomes of a European Commission study, proposal to clarify the text and align its provisions with other vehicle sound regulations, especially UN R41, including to replace references to “two wheeled moped” with the term “L1 category vehicles” (and consequently to replace references to “moped” with “vehicle”) and to replace the term “noise” with “sound” (except for references to background noise) throughout the regulation. It proposes improved terminology and definitions, including new ones, improved sound emission testing conditions and procedures. It also introduces sound emission measurement through new testing of in use vehicles in motion.
4.6.4. Proposal for Supplement 2 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 92
WP.29/2017/5 | Proposal for Supplement 2 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 92 Proposal to update the provisions of Regulation No. 92 to a level at least equivalent to the corresponding provisions in the European Union legislation. The document proposes improved terminology and definitions, including new ones, improved sound emission testing conditions and procedures. It also introduces anti-tampering provisions and an “Additional sound emission provisions” (ASEP) statement by the manufacturer.
4.6.5. Proposal for Supplement 1 to Regulation No. 138
WP.29/2017/6 | Proposal for Supplement 1 to Regulation No. 138 Proposal to refine the scope by replacing the phrase “can travel” by “can be propelled”. The use of “travel” in the scope can be interpreted to include vehicles using using electrical systems for purposes other than propulsion (e.g., energy recuperation) that fall outside the test conditions of UN R138.
4.6.6. Proposal for the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 138
WP.29/2017/7 | Proposal for the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 138 Proposal to refine the scope by replacing the phrase "can travel" by "can be propelled". The use of "travel" in the scope can be interpreted to include vehicles using using electrical systems for purposes other than propulsion (e.g., energy recuperation) that fall outside the test conditions of UN R138. The proposal further amends:<ol class="alpha"><li>Paragraph 2.7. to make clear the “pause function” refers to systems that allow the driver to deactivate an AVAS system;</li><li>Paragraph 6.2.6.: The vehicle operator shall not deactivate AVAS while driving. However, the manufacturer shall be enabled to activate or deactivate AVAS, including automatically, by regional coding according to legal provisions of various markets.</li><li>Paragraph 11.: the transitional provisions were added according to the rules of WP.29 for new series of amendments. Paragraph 11.6. has been added to maintain approvals that also comply with the new series of amendments, as is the case for vehicles that do not have a pause function according to the newly suggested paragraph 6.2.6.</li><li>Annex 1, Addendum to the communication form No …, Technical Information: technical information regarding “Pause switch (yes/no)” will be no longer necessary.</li></ol>
4.7. Consideration of draft amendments to existing Regulations submitted by GRRF
4.7.1. Proposal for Supplement 17 to Regulation No. 75
WP.29/2017/8 | Proposal for Supplement 17 to Regulation No. 75 Proposal to: a) Align some definitions and some contents of paragraphs with the other tyre regulations (Regulations Nos. 30, 54, 117, etc.); b) Include a definition of "manufacturer" extracted from the resolution "R.E.3"; c) Adopt a common definition and use of the terms "Manufacturer’s name"," Brand name", "Trademark", "Trade description" and "Commercial name" and their links; d) Clarify the designation of the categories of use; e) Remove the word "normal" in the definition of "Reinforced" tyre to avoid confusion with the category of use "normal"; f) Add some information in the certificate to the attention of the Type Approval Authorities for making easier the relationship between this one and the products.
4.7.2. Proposal for Supplement 8 to Regulation No. 109
WP.29/2017/9 | Proposal for Supplement 8 to Regulation No. 109 Proposal to amend Annex 7 and Annex 10. This proposal would:<ol><li>change measurement units for drum speed in Annex 7 from min-1 to km.h-1 to align the requirements with other tyre regulations;</li><li>correct the wording from “speed category symbol” to “speed symbol” (as defined in para. 2.33);</li><li>correct the wording from “load capacity index” to “load index” (as defined in para. 2.32);</li><li>correct a reference to para. 3.2.13. of the Regulation in Annex 7, Appendix 1;</li><li>correct a boundary value of load index in Annex 7, Appendix 1;</li><li>delete in paragraph 2.1 in Annex 7, the possibility to use the 2.0 m drum diameter to perform the endurance test.</li></ol> In Annex 10, the proposal aligns the text with Annex 7 of UN R117, 02 series of amendments, Supplement 5. The proposal would also clarify provisions for the minimum heights for markings for tyres with nominal rim diameter codes ≥ 20 and nominal section width ≤ 235 and for tyres with nominal rim diameter codes < 20 and nominal section width > 235. The proposal also corrects tables and figures for the use of lowercase letter to denote tyre dimension specifications.
4.7.3. Proposal for Supplement 6 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 79
WP.29/2017/10 | Proposal for Supplement 6 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 79 Proposal to introduce corrective steering and B1 level ACSF type approval provisions into UN R79. This proposal would enable the approval of corrective steering and lane-keeping assist systems in addition to current provisions for automated steering functions that operate at speeds up to 10 km/h.
WP.29-171-28 | Proposal for transitional provisions UN Regulation No. 79 pursuant to Supplement 6 on ACSF Proposal for transitional provisions for inclusion in UN R79 - (ECE/TRANS/WP29/2017/10, as amended by WP29-171-06). In the interests of moving quickly, the ACSF informal group agreed to submit the initial amendments to UN R79 as a supplement. The proposed Supplement 6 to the 01 series of amendments (documents WP.29/2017/10 and WP.29-171-06) introduce requirements for corrective steering functions (CSF) and A and B1 categories of automatically commanded steering functions (ACSF). This approach included an agreement to ensure that existing approvals and their subsequent extensions won’t be affected by the new technical requirements given that the aim of the supplement is to regulate new systems coming to market, not to impact systems already on the market (see document GRRF-83-21 for complete background).
WP.29-171-06 | Proposal of amendments to the draft Supplement 6 to the 01 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 79 Amendments from the ACSF informal group to its proposal (document WP.29/2017/10) to enable the type approval of corrective steering functions and Category B1 automated steering systems (e.g., remote parking, continuous lane keeping).
WP.29-171-34 | Concern about the transitional provisions of the amendment to UN Regulation No. 79 for all vehicles
4.8. Consideration of draft amendments to existing Regulations submitted by GRSG
4.8.1. Proposal for Supplement 1 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 39
WP.29/2017/11 | Proposal for Supplement 1 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 39 Proposal to allow for the approval of speedometers and odometers that enable drivers to display figures either in km/h or mph (but not both simultaneously). The proposal also clarifies the application of the provisions across the category L vehicle subcategories.
4.8.2. Proposal for Supplement 5 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 43
WP.29/2017/12 | Proposal for Supplement 5 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 43 Proposal to align the requirements for plastic panes other than windscreens with the requirements of plastic pane windscreens. This includes amendments concerning rigid plastic panes, flexible plastic panes and rigid plastic multiple-glazed units. The proposed modifications to this type of glazing are in line with the requirements of Supplement 4 to the 01 series of amendment of UN Regulation No. 43.
4.8.3. Proposal for Corrigendum 2 to the 06 series of amendments to Regulation No. 107
WP.29/2017/13 | Proposal for Corrigendum 2 to the 06 series of amendments to Regulation No. 107 Proposal of the following corrections: <i>Annex 3, paragraph 7.7.9.1.</i>, correct the reference to paragraph 7.6.11.4. to read 7.6.11.8. <i>Annex 8, paragraphs 3.7.3., 3.7.4. and 3.8.4.1.6.</i>, correct the references to paragraph 7.6.11.4. to read 7.6.11.8.
4.8.4. Proposal for Corrigendum 1 to the 07 series of amendments to Regulation No. 107
WP.29/2017/14 | Proposal for Corrigendum 1 to the 07 series of amendments to Regulation No. 107 Proposal of the following corrections: <i>Annex 3, paragraph 7.7.9.1.</i>, correct the reference to paragraph 7.6.11.4. to read 7.6.11.8. <i>Annex 8, paragraphs 3.7.3., 3.7.4. and 3.8.4.1.6.</i>, correct the references to paragraph 7.6.11.4. to read 7.6.11.8.
4.8.5. Proposal for Supplement 6 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 110
WP.29/2017/15 | Proposal for Supplement 6 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 110 Proposal to allow for the use of natural gas refrigeration systems to vehicles propelled by natural gas (CNG or LNG). This proposal addresses a new, environmentally friendly natural gas fuelled refrigeration system for trucks with refrigerated loads that already are propelled by natural gas. Currently paragraph 18.1.7.1 allows heating systems to be fitted on vehicles to heat the passenger compartment and/or the load area of a vehicle, however, the same provision omits cooling systems that are used on trucks for the carriage of loads requiring refrigeration.
4.8.6. Proposal for Supplement 3 to the 02 series of amendments to Regulation No. 118
WP.29/2017/16 | Proposal for Supplement 3 to the 02 series of amendments to Regulation No. 118 Proposal to reduce the administrative burden in obtaining approvals for electrical cables according to UN Regulation No. 118 by allowing for test reports and/or approvals established under ISO 6722:2006 (previous version of the current ISO 6722:2011) to remain valid.
4.8.7. Proposal for Supplement 1 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 73
WP.29/2017/17 | Proposal for Supplement 1 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 73 Proposal to expand the scope of the regulation by deleting paragraph 1.2.2. which allows for the exclusion of “vehicles designed and constructed for special purposes where it is not possible, for practical reasons, to fit lateral protection devices” from the text. The proposal allows Type Approval Authorities to nonetheless exempt “vehicles where any LPD (e.g. fixed, removable, foldable, adjustable, etc.) is incompatible with their on-road use” through the addition of new paragraphs.
4.8.8. Proposal for the 03 series of amendments to Regulation No. 118
WP.29/2017/18 | Proposal for the 03 series of amendments to Regulation No. 118 Proposal to improve and clarify provisions concerning the approval of interior materials, cables and insulation materials. The proposal adds new requirements for cable sleeves and conduits, modifies vertical testing requirements under Annex 8 to allow testing of small test samples and to clarify their fixation to the specimen holder, and adds a new Annex 10 on provisions for testing of electrical cables.
WP.29-171-05 | Proposal to amend the draft 03 series of amendments to Regulation No. 118 Proposal to amend the transitional provisions in the draft 03 series of amendments (document WP.29/2017/18) in line with the new guidelines presented for adoption (document WP.29/2017/53) pursuant to Revision 3 to the 1958 Agreement.
4.9. Consideration of draft amendments to existing Regulations submitted by GRE
4.9.1. Proposal for Supplement 17 to the 02 series of amendments to Regulation No. 3
WP.29/2017/19 | Proposal for Supplement 17 to the 02 series of amendments to Regulation No. 3 As part of the Simplification of Lighting Regulations program, this proposal prepares UN R3 for being "frozen" and superseded by a new comprehensive regulation on retro-reflecting devices. The proposal incorporates by reference specifications, as applicable, of the lighting installation Regulations Nos. 48, 53, 74 or 86 and adds specifications for conformity of production.
4.9.2. Proposal for Supplement 18 to Regulation No. 4
WP.29/2017/20 | Proposal for Supplement 18 to Regulation No. 4 Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>insert provisions for the use of incandescent light sources in the case of light source modules and lamps with non-replaceable light sources,</li><li>update the Conformity of Production requirements (CoP),</li><li>reference the compliance requirements for installation contained in Regulations Nos. 48, 53, 72 and 86 for application as warranted</li><li>clarify the definition of “type”, with regard to manufacturer, trade names and marks,</li><li>introduce editorial improvements to the requirements for markings,</li><li>remove the requirement to indicate the rated wattage in the marking of lamps equipped with electronic light source control gear and/or non-replaceable light sources and/or light source module(s).</li></ol> This supplement would consolidate UN R4 prior to its being superseded by the new regulations (forward lighting, light signalling, and retro-reflective devices) being drafted under the Simplification of Lighting Regulations program.
WP.29-171-03 | Proposals for amendments to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to the draft UN Regulation No. 0 Proposals for amendments to Regulations Nos. 4, 6, 7, 19, 23, 38, 48, 50, 77, 87, 91, 98, 112, 113, 119, 123 to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to UN Regulation No. 0. The proposed UN R0 on whole vehicle type approval requires submission of approval certificates for components and systems. Vehicle manufacturers work directly with UN R48 approvals, but lamp and device approvals are generally handled by lighting suppliers. UN R48 includes provisions for listing approvals of lighting units, but not for approvals of light sources (presently UN R37, R99, and R128). This set of proposed amendments introduces provisions for light-source approvals under the device regulations.
4.9.3. Proposal for Supplement 27 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 6
WP.29/2017/21 | Proposal for Supplement 27 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 6 Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>insert provisions for the use of incandescent light sources in the case of light source modules and lamps with non-replaceable light sources,</li><li>update the Conformity of Production requirements (CoP),</li><li>reference the compliance requirements for installation contained in Regulations Nos. 48, 53, 72 and 86, as warranted,</li><li>clarify the definition of “type”, with regard to manufacturer, trade names and marks,</li><li>introduce editorial improvements to the requirements for markings,</li><li>correct an oversight in Supplement 24 to the 01 series of amendments and align the treatment of categories 1, 1a and 1b with other categories and devices.</li><li>align the text in the header row of the table in paragraph 6.1 (light emitted by the lamps) with the definitions used in Regulation No. 48 for the installation of “single lamps”, “lamps marked D” and “interdependent lamps”, and</li><li>removes the requirement to indicate the rated wattage in the marking of lamps equipped with electronic light source control gear and/or non-replaceable light sources and/or light source module(s).</li></ol> This supplement consolidates UN R6 prior to its being "frozen" and superseded by the new regulation on light-signalling devices prepared under the Simplification of Lighting Regulations program.
WP.29-171-03 | Proposals for amendments to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to the draft UN Regulation No. 0 Proposals for amendments to Regulations Nos. 4, 6, 7, 19, 23, 38, 48, 50, 77, 87, 91, 98, 112, 113, 119, 123 to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to UN Regulation No. 0. The proposed UN R0 on whole vehicle type approval requires submission of approval certificates for components and systems. Vehicle manufacturers work directly with UN R48 approvals, but lamp and device approvals are generally handled by lighting suppliers. UN R48 includes provisions for listing approvals of lighting units, but not for approvals of light sources (presently UN R37, R99, and R128). This set of proposed amendments introduces provisions for light-source approvals under the device regulations.
4.9.4. Proposal for Supplement 26 to the 02 series of amendments to Regulation No. 7
WP.29/2017/22 | Proposal for Supplement 26 to the 02 series of amendments to Regulation No. 7 Proposal to <ol class="alpha"><li>insert provisions for the use of incandescent light sources in the case of light source modules and lamps with non-replaceable light sources,</li><li>update the Conformity of Production (CoP) requirements,</li><li>reference the compliance requirements for installation contained in Regulations Nos. 48, 53, 72 and 86,</li><li>clarify the definition of “type”, with regard to manufacturer, trade names and marks,</li><li>introduce editorial improvements to the requirements for markings,</li><li>align the text in the header row of the table in paragraph 6.1 (light emitted by the lamps) with the definitions used in Regulation No. 48 for the installation of “single lamps”, “lamps marked D” and “interdependent lamps,</li><li>align the text of paragraph 6.1.6. with the definition of “single lamp” introduced by GRE/2014/6 (Supplement 14 to the 04 Series of amendments, Supplement 7 to the 05 Series of amendments and Supplement 5 to the 06 Series of amendments of Regulation No. 48),</li><li>correct the reference to paragraph 4.2.2.6. in the header of the table in paragraph 6.1.,</li><li>correct the title of the Regulation by removing the exception of motorcycles pursuant to Supplement 11 to the 02 series of amendments,</li><li>remove the requirement to indicate the rated wattage in the marking of lamps equipped with electronic light source control gear and/or non-replaceable light sources and/or light source module(s), and</li><li>harmonize requirements on light source failure in lamps equipped with multiple light sources across UN Regulations, including UN R7.</li></ol>This proposal consolidates UN R7 prior to its being "frozen" and superseded by the three new comprehensive lighting regulations (forward lighting, light-signalling, and retro-reflective devices) developed under the Simplification of Lighting Regulations program.
WP.29-171-03 | Proposals for amendments to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to the draft UN Regulation No. 0 Proposals for amendments to Regulations Nos. 4, 6, 7, 19, 23, 38, 48, 50, 77, 87, 91, 98, 112, 113, 119, 123 to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to UN Regulation No. 0. The proposed UN R0 on whole vehicle type approval requires submission of approval certificates for components and systems. Vehicle manufacturers work directly with UN R48 approvals, but lamp and device approvals are generally handled by lighting suppliers. UN R48 includes provisions for listing approvals of lighting units, but not for approvals of light sources (presently UN R37, R99, and R128). This set of proposed amendments introduces provisions for light-source approvals under the device regulations.
4.9.5. Proposal for Supplement 9 to the 04 series of amendments to Regulation No. 19
WP.29/2017/23 | Proposal for Supplement 9 to the 04 series of amendments to Regulation No. 19 Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>reference the compliance requirements for installation contained in Regulations Nos. 48, 53, 72 and 86</li><li>complete the deletion of distributed lighting systems (light generators),</li><li>clarify the definition of “type”, with regard to manufacturer, trade names and marks,</li><li>to introduce editorial improvements to the requirements for markings,</li><li>amend the formula for the dirt mixture used in testing to address an error introduced by Supplement 9 to the 01 series of amendments to UN R45,</li><li>clarifies the heat test cycle,</li><li>and harmonizes requirements across Regulations Nos. 19, 98, 112, 113 and 123</li></ol>This proposal consolidates UN R19 prior to its being frozen and superseded by the three new comprehensive regulations (forward lighting, light-signalling, and retro-reflective devices) developed under the Simplification of Lighting Regulations program.
WP.29-171-03 | Proposals for amendments to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to the draft UN Regulation No. 0 Proposals for amendments to Regulations Nos. 4, 6, 7, 19, 23, 38, 48, 50, 77, 87, 91, 98, 112, 113, 119, 123 to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to UN Regulation No. 0. The proposed UN R0 on whole vehicle type approval requires submission of approval certificates for components and systems. Vehicle manufacturers work directly with UN R48 approvals, but lamp and device approvals are generally handled by lighting suppliers. UN R48 includes provisions for listing approvals of lighting units, but not for approvals of light sources (presently UN R37, R99, and R128). This set of proposed amendments introduces provisions for light-source approvals under the device regulations.
4.9.6. Proposal for Supplement 21 to Regulation No. 23
WP.29/2017/24 | Proposal for Supplement 21 to Regulation No. 23 Proposal to <ol class="alpha"><li>insert provisions for the use of incandescent light sources in the case of light source modules and lamps with non-replaceable light sources,</li><li>update the Conformity of Production (CoP) requirements,</li><li>reference the compliance requirements for installation contained in Regulations Nos. 48, 53, 72 and 86,</li><li>clarify the definition of “type”, with regard to manufacturer, trade names and marks,</li><li>introduce editorial improvements to the requirements for markings,</li><li>refine the requirements for lamps equipped with several light sources, including in systems fitted with an operating tell-tale that indicates the failure of any one of these light sources, and</li><li>removes the requirement to indicate the rated wattage in the marking of lamps equipped with electronic light source control gear and/or non-replaceable light sources and/or light source module(s).</li></ol>This proposal consolidates UN R23 prior to the restructuring of lighting equipment regulations into three texts (forward lighting, light-signalling, and retro-reflective devices).
WP.29-171-03 | Proposals for amendments to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to the draft UN Regulation No. 0 Proposals for amendments to Regulations Nos. 4, 6, 7, 19, 23, 38, 48, 50, 77, 87, 91, 98, 112, 113, 119, 123 to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to UN Regulation No. 0. The proposed UN R0 on whole vehicle type approval requires submission of approval certificates for components and systems. Vehicle manufacturers work directly with UN R48 approvals, but lamp and device approvals are generally handled by lighting suppliers. UN R48 includes provisions for listing approvals of lighting units, but not for approvals of light sources (presently UN R37, R99, and R128). This set of proposed amendments introduces provisions for light-source approvals under the device regulations.
4.9.7. Proposal for Supplement 1 to the 04 series of amendments to Regulation No. 27
WP.29/2017/25 | Proposal for Supplement 1 to the 04 series of amendments to Regulation No. 27 Proposal to clarify the Conformity of Production requirements.
4.9.8. Proposal for Supplement 18 to Regulation No. 38
WP.29/2017/26 | Proposal for Supplement 18 to Regulation No. 38 Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li> insert provisions for the use of incandescent light sources in the case of light source modules and lamps with non-replaceable light sources,</li><li>update the Conformity of Production (CoP) requirements,</li><li>reference the compliance requirements for installation contained in Regulations Nos. 48, 53, 72 and 86,</li><li>clarify the definition of “type”, with regard to manufacturer, trade names and marks,</li><li>to introduce editorial improvements to the requirements for markings,</li><li>remove the requirement to indicate the rated wattage in the marking of lamps equipped with electronic light source control gear and/or non-replaceable light sources and/or light source module(s), and</li><li>refine the requirements for lamps equipped with several light sources, including in systems fitted with an operating tell-tale that indicates the failure of any one of these light sources.</li></ol>
WP.29-171-03 | Proposals for amendments to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to the draft UN Regulation No. 0 Proposals for amendments to Regulations Nos. 4, 6, 7, 19, 23, 38, 48, 50, 77, 87, 91, 98, 112, 113, 119, 123 to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to UN Regulation No. 0. The proposed UN R0 on whole vehicle type approval requires submission of approval certificates for components and systems. Vehicle manufacturers work directly with UN R48 approvals, but lamp and device approvals are generally handled by lighting suppliers. UN R48 includes provisions for listing approvals of lighting units, but not for approvals of light sources (presently UN R37, R99, and R128). This set of proposed amendments introduces provisions for light-source approvals under the device regulations.
4.9.9. Proposal for Supplement 11 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 45
WP.29/2017/27 | Proposal for Supplement 11 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 45 Proposal to clarify the definition of “type”, with regard to manufacturer, trade names and marks and to introduce editorial improvements to the requirements for markings.
4.9.10. Proposal for Supplement 19 to Regulation No. 50
WP.29/2017/28 | Proposal for Supplement 19 to Regulation No. 50 Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>insert provisions for the use of incandescent light sources in the case of light source modules and lamps with non-replaceable light sources,</li><li> reference the compliance requirements for installation contained in Regulations Nos. 48, 53, 72 and 86,</li><li>clarify the definition of “type”, with regard to manufacturer, trade names and marks,</li><li>introduce editorial improvements to the requirements for markings,and</li><li>remove the requirement to indicate the rated wattage in the marking of lamps equipped with electronic light source control gear and/or non-replaceable light sources and/or light source module(s).</li></ol>This proposal consolidates UN R50 prior to its being superseded by new regulatory texts (forward lighting, light-signalling, and retro-reflective devices) under the Simplification of Lighting Regulations program.
WP.29-171-03 | Proposals for amendments to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to the draft UN Regulation No. 0 Proposals for amendments to Regulations Nos. 4, 6, 7, 19, 23, 38, 48, 50, 77, 87, 91, 98, 112, 113, 119, 123 to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to UN Regulation No. 0. The proposed UN R0 on whole vehicle type approval requires submission of approval certificates for components and systems. Vehicle manufacturers work directly with UN R48 approvals, but lamp and device approvals are generally handled by lighting suppliers. UN R48 includes provisions for listing approvals of lighting units, but not for approvals of light sources (presently UN R37, R99, and R128). This set of proposed amendments introduces provisions for light-source approvals under the device regulations.
4.9.11. Proposal for Supplement 10 to Regulation No. 65
WP.29/2017/29 | Proposal for Supplement 10 to Regulation No. 65 Proposal to clarify the definition of “type”, with regard to manufacturer, trade names and marks and to introduce editorial improvements to the requirements for markings.
4.9.12. Proposal for Supplement 6 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 69
WP.29/2017/30 | Proposal for Supplement 6 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 69 Proposal to update the Conformity of Production (CoP) requirements and to reference the compliance requirements for installation contained in Regulations Nos. 48, 53, 72 and 86.
4.9.13. Proposal for Supplement 10 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 70
WP.29/2017/31 | Proposal for Supplement 10 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 70 Proposal to update the Conformity of Production (CoP) requirements.
4.9.14. Proposal for Supplement 17 to Regulation No. 77
WP.29/2017/32 | Proposal for Supplement 17 to Regulation No. 77 Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>insert provisions for the use of incandescent light sources in the case of light source modules and lamps with non-replaceable light sources,</li><li>update the Conformity of Production (CoP) requirements,</li><li>reference the compliance requirements for installation contained in Regulations Nos. 48, 53, 72 and 86,</li><li>clarify the definition of “type”, with regard to manufacturer, trade names and marks,</li><li>introduce editorial improvements to the requirements for markings,</li><li>remove the requirement to indicate the rated wattage in the marking of lamps equipped with electronic light source control gear and/or non-replaceable light sources and/or light source module(s),</li><li> refine the requirements for lamps equipped with several light sources, including in systems fitted with an operating tell-tale that indicates the failure of any one of these light sources.</li></ol>This proposal consolidates UN R77 prior to its being "frozen" and superseded by the three new comprehensive lighting regulations (forward lighting, light-signalling, and retro-reflective devices) developed under the Simplification of Lighting Regulations program.
WP.29-171-03 | Proposals for amendments to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to the draft UN Regulation No. 0 Proposals for amendments to Regulations Nos. 4, 6, 7, 19, 23, 38, 48, 50, 77, 87, 91, 98, 112, 113, 119, 123 to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to UN Regulation No. 0. The proposed UN R0 on whole vehicle type approval requires submission of approval certificates for components and systems. Vehicle manufacturers work directly with UN R48 approvals, but lamp and device approvals are generally handled by lighting suppliers. UN R48 includes provisions for listing approvals of lighting units, but not for approvals of light sources (presently UN R37, R99, and R128). This set of proposed amendments introduces provisions for light-source approvals under the device regulations.
4.9.15. Proposal for Supplement 19 to Regulation No. 87
WP.29/2017/33 | Proposal for Supplement 19 to Regulation No. 87 Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>insert provisions for the use of incandescent light sources in the case of light source modules and lamps with non-replaceable light sources,</li><li>update the Conformity of Production (CoP) requirements,</li><li>reference the compliance requirements for installation contained in Regulations Nos. 48, 53, 72 and 86,</li><li>clarify the definition of “type”, with regard to manufacturer, trade names and marks,</li><li>introduce editorial improvements to the requirements for markings, and</li><li>remove the requirement to indicate the rated wattage in the marking of lamps equipped with electronic light source control gear and/or non-replaceable light sources and/or light source module(s).</li></ol>This proposal consolidates UN R87 prior to its being “frozen” and superseded by the three new comprehensive lighting regulations (forward lighting, light-signalling, and retro-reflective devices) developed under the Simplification of Lighting Regulations program.
WP.29-171-03 | Proposals for amendments to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to the draft UN Regulation No. 0 Proposals for amendments to Regulations Nos. 4, 6, 7, 19, 23, 38, 48, 50, 77, 87, 91, 98, 112, 113, 119, 123 to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to UN Regulation No. 0. The proposed UN R0 on whole vehicle type approval requires submission of approval certificates for components and systems. Vehicle manufacturers work directly with UN R48 approvals, but lamp and device approvals are generally handled by lighting suppliers. UN R48 includes provisions for listing approvals of lighting units, but not for approvals of light sources (presently UN R37, R99, and R128). This set of proposed amendments introduces provisions for light-source approvals under the device regulations.
4.9.16. Proposal for Supplement 16 to Regulation No. 91
WP.29/2017/34 | Proposal for Supplement 16 to Regulation No. 91 Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>insert provisions for the use of incandescent light sources in the case of light source modules and lamps with non-replaceable light sources,</li><li>update the Conformity of Production (CoP) requirements,</li><li>reference the compliance requirements for installation contained in Regulations Nos. 48, 53, 72 and 86,</li><li>clarify the definition of “type”, with regard to manufacturer, trade names and marks,</li><li>introduce editorial improvements to the requirements for markings,</li><li>remove the requirement to indicate the rated wattage in the marking of lamps equipped with electronic light source control gear and/or non-replaceable light sources and/or light source module(s), and</li><li>refine the requirements for lamps equipped with several light sources, including in systems fitted with an operating tell-tale that indicates the failure of any one of these light sources.</li></ol>This proposal consolidates UN R91 prior to its being “frozen” and superseded by the three new comprehensive lighting regulations (forward lighting, light-signalling, and retro-reflective devices) developed under the Simplification of Lighting Regulations program.
WP.29-171-03 | Proposals for amendments to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to the draft UN Regulation No. 0 Proposals for amendments to Regulations Nos. 4, 6, 7, 19, 23, 38, 48, 50, 77, 87, 91, 98, 112, 113, 119, 123 to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to UN Regulation No. 0. The proposed UN R0 on whole vehicle type approval requires submission of approval certificates for components and systems. Vehicle manufacturers work directly with UN R48 approvals, but lamp and device approvals are generally handled by lighting suppliers. UN R48 includes provisions for listing approvals of lighting units, but not for approvals of light sources (presently UN R37, R99, and R128). This set of proposed amendments introduces provisions for light-source approvals under the device regulations.
4.9.17. Proposal for Supplement 8 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 98
WP.29/2017/35 | Proposal for Supplement 8 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 98 Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>amend the provisions concerning the heat test requirements for Conformity of Production (CoP),</li><li>complete the deletion of distributed lighting systems (DLS) (light generators) from the regulations,</li><li>update the general CoP requirements,</li><li>reference the compliance requirements for installation contained in Regulations Nos. 48, 53, 72 and 86,</li><li>clarify the definition of “type”, with regard to manufacturer, trade names and marks,</li><li>introduce editorial improvements to the requirements for markings,</li><li>amend the formula for the dirt mixture used in testing to address an error introduced by Supplement 9 to the 01 series of amendments to UN R45,</li><li>remove the HV measurement point from the photometric stability requirements for the passing beam (HV measurement point remains valid for the driving beam),</li><li>clarify the photometric performance requirements, particular with reference to the movement of the cut-off line, during the heat test, and</li><li>harmonize requirements across Regulations Nos. 19, 98, 112, 113 and 123.</li></ol>
WP.29-171-03 | Proposals for amendments to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to the draft UN Regulation No. 0 Proposals for amendments to Regulations Nos. 4, 6, 7, 19, 23, 38, 48, 50, 77, 87, 91, 98, 112, 113, 119, 123 to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to UN Regulation No. 0. The proposed UN R0 on whole vehicle type approval requires submission of approval certificates for components and systems. Vehicle manufacturers work directly with UN R48 approvals, but lamp and device approvals are generally handled by lighting suppliers. UN R48 includes provisions for listing approvals of lighting units, but not for approvals of light sources (presently UN R37, R99, and R128). This set of proposed amendments introduces provisions for light-source approvals under the device regulations.
4.9.18. Proposal for Supplement 13 to Regulation No. 99
WP.29/2017/36 | Proposal for Supplement 13 to Regulation No. 99 Proposal to add a new paragraph 3.6.2.4. to UN R99 in order to clarify how the run-up of dual-level high-intensity discharge (HID) light sources, as e.g. D9S, should be tested during type approval. In addition, the proposal renumbers the part of 3.6.2.2. that applies to gas-discharge light sources containing black stripes as 3.6.2.3. to make the distinction with gas-discharge light sources not containing black stripes.
4.9.19. Proposal for Supplement 9 to Regulation No. 104
WP.29/2017/37 | Proposal for Supplement 9 to Regulation No. 104 Proposal to reference the compliance requirements for installation contained in Regulations Nos. 48, 53, 72 and 86, clarify the definition of “type”, with regard to manufacturer, trade names and marks, and to introduce editorial improvements to the requirements for markings.
4.9.20. Proposal for Supplement 7 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 112
WP.29/2017/38 | Proposal for Supplement 7 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 112 Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>amend update the Conformity of Production (CoP) requirements, including the provisions concerning the heat test requirements,</li><li>reference the compliance requirements for installation contained in Regulations Nos. 48, 53, 72 and 86,</li><li>clarify the definition of “type”, with regard to manufacturer, trade names and marks,</li><li>introduce editorial improvements to the requirements for markings,</li><li>correct errors in the references to “left-hand traffic” and “right-hand traffic” in the text and associated diagrams of Annex 2,</li><li>correct an inconsistency between the regulation text and Figure B of Annex 3,</li><li>amend the formula for the dirt mixture used in testing to address an error introduced by Supplement 9 to the 01 series of amendments to UN R45,</li><li>remove the HV measurement point from the photometric stability requirements for the passing beam (the HV measurement point remains a valid for the driving beam),</li><li>clarify the provisions for the stability of photometric performance during the heat test, with particular reference to the movement of the cut-off line, and</li><li>harmonize related requirements across Regulations Nos. 19, 98, 112, 113 and 123.</li></ol>
WP.29-171-03 | Proposals for amendments to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to the draft UN Regulation No. 0 Proposals for amendments to Regulations Nos. 4, 6, 7, 19, 23, 38, 48, 50, 77, 87, 91, 98, 112, 113, 119, 123 to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to UN Regulation No. 0. The proposed UN R0 on whole vehicle type approval requires submission of approval certificates for components and systems. Vehicle manufacturers work directly with UN R48 approvals, but lamp and device approvals are generally handled by lighting suppliers. UN R48 includes provisions for listing approvals of lighting units, but not for approvals of light sources (presently UN R37, R99, and R128). This set of proposed amendments introduces provisions for light-source approvals under the device regulations.
4.9.21. Proposal for Supplement 7 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 113
WP.29/2017/39 | Proposal for Supplement 7 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 113 Proposal to:<ol class="alpha"><li>correct provisions on bend lighting for motorcycles adopted by WP.29 as Supplement 2 (document WP.29/2012/83),</li><li>reference the compliance requirements for installation contained in Regulations Nos. 48, 53, 72 and 86,</li><li>clarify the definition of “type”, with regard to manufacturer, trade names and marks,</li><li>introduce editorial improvements to the requirements for markings,</li><li>amend the formula for the dirt mixture used in testing to address an error introduced by Supplement 9 to the 01 series of amendments to UN R45,</li><li>clarify the test cycle with regard to the stability of photometric performance during the heat test, with particular reference to the movement of the cut-off line, and</li><li>harmonize related requirements across Regulations Nos. 19, 98, 112, 113 and 123.</li></ol>This proposal consolidates the regulation prior to its being "frozen" and superseded by the three new comprehensive regulations (forward lighting, light-signalling, and retro-reflective devices) drafted under the Simplification of Lighting Regulations program.
WP.29-171-03 | Proposals for amendments to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to the draft UN Regulation No. 0 Proposals for amendments to Regulations Nos. 4, 6, 7, 19, 23, 38, 48, 50, 77, 87, 91, 98, 112, 113, 119, 123 to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to UN Regulation No. 0. The proposed UN R0 on whole vehicle type approval requires submission of approval certificates for components and systems. Vehicle manufacturers work directly with UN R48 approvals, but lamp and device approvals are generally handled by lighting suppliers. UN R48 includes provisions for listing approvals of lighting units, but not for approvals of light sources (presently UN R37, R99, and R128). This set of proposed amendments introduces provisions for light-source approvals under the device regulations.
WP.29-171-04 | Proposal to amend the proposal for Supplement 7 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 113 Proposal to remove the amendment to the heat test cycle related to the movement of the passing beam proposed in the draft supplement (document WP.29/2017/39). The EU views the proposed test cycle changes (based on document GRE/2016/32) as a substantial revision of the procedure amounting to a new requirement. Therefore, the EU will only agree to the proposed Supplement 7 to the 01 series if the requirement concerning the heat test cycle is removed from the proposal WP.29/2017/39.
4.9.22. Proposal for Supplement 5 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 119
WP.29/2017/40 | Proposal for Supplement 5 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 119 Proposal to:<ol class="alpha"><li>insert provisions for the use of incandescent light sources in the case of light source modules and lamps with non-replaceable light sources,</li><li>update the Conformity of Production (CoP) requirements,</li><li>reference the compliance requirements for installation contained in Regulations Nos. 48, 53, 72 and 86,</li><li>clarify the definition of “type”, with regard to manufacturer, trade names and marks,</li><li>introduce editorial improvements to the requirements for markings,</li><li>remove content in paragraph 7.5 that should have been deleted when the text was moved to Annex 3, paragraph 3.3. (via Supplement 4 to the 01 series),</li><li> remove the requirement to indicate the rated wattage in the marking of lamps equipped with electronic light source control gear and/or non-replaceable light sources and/or light source module(s), and</li><li>refine the requirements for lamps equipped with several light sources, including in systems fitted with an operating tell-tale that indicates the failure of any one of these light sources.</li></ol>This proposal consolidates UN R119 prior to its being "frozen" and superseded by the three new comprehensive regulations (forward lighting, light-signalling, and retro-reflective devices) drafted under the Simplification of Lighting Regulations program.
WP.29-171-03 | Proposals for amendments to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to the draft UN Regulation No. 0 Proposals for amendments to Regulations Nos. 4, 6, 7, 19, 23, 38, 48, 50, 77, 87, 91, 98, 112, 113, 119, 123 to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to UN Regulation No. 0. The proposed UN R0 on whole vehicle type approval requires submission of approval certificates for components and systems. Vehicle manufacturers work directly with UN R48 approvals, but lamp and device approvals are generally handled by lighting suppliers. UN R48 includes provisions for listing approvals of lighting units, but not for approvals of light sources (presently UN R37, R99, and R128). This set of proposed amendments introduces provisions for light-source approvals under the device regulations.
4.9.23. Proposal for Supplement 8 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 123
WP.29/2017/41 | Proposal for Supplement 8 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 123 Proposal to:<ol class="alpha"><li>reference the compliance requirements for installation contained in Regulations Nos. 48, 53, 72 and 86,</li><li>clarify the definition of “type”, with regard to manufacturer, trade names and marks,</li><li>introduce editorial improvements to the requirements for markings,</li><li>amend the formula for the dirt mixture used in testing to address an error introduced by Supplement 9 to the 01 series of amendments to UN R45,</li><li>remove the HV measurement point from the photometric stability requirements for the passing beam (the HV measurement point remains a valid for the driving beam),</li><li>correct the omission of certain changes from E<sub>max</sub> to I<sub>max</sub> from the 01 series of amendments that converted the photometric requirements from illuminance E (lux) to luminous intensities I (cd),</li><li>amend Annex 3, Table 2 to allow sub-classes of Class C to lower the cut-off position to allow for adjustment during foggy road conditions,</li><li>clarify the test cycle with regard to the stability of photometric performance during the heat test, with particular reference to the movement of the cut-off line, and</li><li>harmonize related requirements across Regulations Nos. 19, 98, 112, 113 and 123.</li></ol>
WP.29-171-03 | Proposals for amendments to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to the draft UN Regulation No. 0 Proposals for amendments to Regulations Nos. 4, 6, 7, 19, 23, 38, 48, 50, 77, 87, 91, 98, 112, 113, 119, 123 to clarify requirements for light sources in lighting and light-signalling Regulations listed in Annex 4 to UN Regulation No. 0. The proposed UN R0 on whole vehicle type approval requires submission of approval certificates for components and systems. Vehicle manufacturers work directly with UN R48 approvals, but lamp and device approvals are generally handled by lighting suppliers. UN R48 includes provisions for listing approvals of lighting units, but not for approvals of light sources (presently UN R37, R99, and R128). This set of proposed amendments introduces provisions for light-source approvals under the device regulations.
4.10. Consideration of draft amendments to existing Regulations submitted by GRPE
WP.29/2017/42 | Proposal for Supplement 9 to the 06 series of amendments to Regulation No. 83 Proposal, subject to endorsement by the GRPE during its January 2017 session, to permit Contracting Parties applying UN R83 and GTR No. 15 (WLTP) to refuse type approvals granted under UN R83 as an alternative to compliance with their national/regional legislation from the date of entry into force of Supplement 9 to the 06 series of amendments to UN R83.
WP.29/2017/43 | Proposal for Supplement 5 to the 07 series of amendments to Regulation No. 83 Proposal, subject to endorsement by the GRPE during its January 2017 session, to permit Contracting Parties applying UN R83 and GTR No. 15 (WLTP) to refuse type approvals granted under UN R83 as an alternative to compliance with their national/regional legislation from the date of entry into force of Supplement 5 to the 07 series of amendments to UN R83.
WP.29/2017/44 | Proposal for Supplement 7 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 101 Proposal, subject to endorsement by the GRPE during its January 2017 session, to permit Contracting Parties applying UN R101 and GTR No. 15 (WLTP) to refuse type approvals granted under UN R101 as an alternative to compliance with their national/regional legislation from the date of entry into force of Supplement 7 to the 01 series of amendments to UN R101.
WP.29-171-27 | Proposal with regard to documents WP.29/2017/42, 43 and 44 concerning UN Regulations Nos. 83 and 101 and GTR No. 15 Observation by Russia that the proposals to allow Contracting Parties to refuse to accept type approvals granted under UN R83 and/or R101 based upon application of GTR 15 (WLTP) runs counter to the provisions of Revision 3 to the 1958 Agreement.
4.10.1. Proposal for Supplement 9 to the 06 series of amendments to Regulation No. 83
WP.29/2017/42 | Proposal for Supplement 9 to the 06 series of amendments to Regulation No. 83 Proposal, subject to endorsement by the GRPE during its January 2017 session, to permit Contracting Parties applying UN R83 and GTR No. 15 (WLTP) to refuse type approvals granted under UN R83 as an alternative to compliance with their national/regional legislation from the date of entry into force of Supplement 9 to the 06 series of amendments to UN R83.
WP.29-171-27 | Proposal with regard to documents WP.29/2017/42, 43 and 44 concerning UN Regulations Nos. 83 and 101 and GTR No. 15 Observation by Russia that the proposals to allow Contracting Parties to refuse to accept type approvals granted under UN R83 and/or R101 based upon application of GTR 15 (WLTP) runs counter to the provisions of Revision 3 to the 1958 Agreement.
4.10.2. Proposal for Supplement 5 to the 07 series of amendments to Regulation No. 83
WP.29/2017/43 | Proposal for Supplement 5 to the 07 series of amendments to Regulation No. 83 Proposal, subject to endorsement by the GRPE during its January 2017 session, to permit Contracting Parties applying UN R83 and GTR No. 15 (WLTP) to refuse type approvals granted under UN R83 as an alternative to compliance with their national/regional legislation from the date of entry into force of Supplement 5 to the 07 series of amendments to UN R83.
WP.29-171-27 | Proposal with regard to documents WP.29/2017/42, 43 and 44 concerning UN Regulations Nos. 83 and 101 and GTR No. 15 Observation by Russia that the proposals to allow Contracting Parties to refuse to accept type approvals granted under UN R83 and/or R101 based upon application of GTR 15 (WLTP) runs counter to the provisions of Revision 3 to the 1958 Agreement.
4.10.3. Proposal for Supplement 7 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 101
WP.29/2017/44 | Proposal for Supplement 7 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 101 Proposal, subject to endorsement by the GRPE during its January 2017 session, to permit Contracting Parties applying UN R101 and GTR No. 15 (WLTP) to refuse type approvals granted under UN R101 as an alternative to compliance with their national/regional legislation from the date of entry into force of Supplement 7 to the 01 series of amendments to UN R101.
WP.29-171-27 | Proposal with regard to documents WP.29/2017/42, 43 and 44 concerning UN Regulations Nos. 83 and 101 and GTR No. 15 Observation by Russia that the proposals to allow Contracting Parties to refuse to accept type approvals granted under UN R83 and/or R101 based upon application of GTR 15 (WLTP) runs counter to the provisions of Revision 3 to the 1958 Agreement.
4.11. Consideration of draft corrigenda to existing Regulations submitted by GRRF
4.11.1. Proposal for Corrigendum 2 to Revision 8 to Regulation No. 13
WP.29/2017/45 | Proposal for Corrigendum 2 to Revision 8 (Russian text only) to Regulation No. 13 Proposal to correct mistranslation of the original English into the Russian version of the text. In the English text, paragraph 2.2.27 of Annex 12 uses the word “travel”. The corresponding word in Russian language should be “ход”. The proposal is aimed at ensuring that the English and Russian texts are equivalent.
4.12. Consideration of draft corrigenda to existing Regulations submitted by the secretariat, if any
4.13. Consideration of proposals for new Regulations submitted by the Working Parties subsidiary to the World Forum
4.14. Proposal for amendments to the Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles (R.E.3) submitted by the Working Parties to the World Forum for consideration
WP.29/2017/46 | Proposal for draft guidelines on cyber security and data protection
4.15. Pending proposals for amendments to existing Regulations submitted by the Working Parties to the World Forum
5. 1998 Agreement
5.1. Status of the Agreement, including the implementation of paragraph 7.1 of the Agreement
5.2. Consideration of draft global technical regulations (gtrs) and/or draft amendments to established global technical regulations
5.3. Consideration of technical regulations to be listed in the Compendium of Candidates for global technical regulations, if any
5.4. Guidance, by consensus decision, on those elements of draft global technical regulations that have not been resolved by the Working Parties subsidiary to the World Forum, if any
5.5. Implementation of the 1998 Agreement Programme of Work by the Working Parties subsidiary to the World Forum
6. Exchange of views on national/regional rulemaking procedures and implementation of established Regulations and/or global technical regulations into national/regional law
7. 1997 Agreement (Periodical Technical Inspections)
7.1. Status of the 1997 Agreement
WP.29-171-26 | Report to WP.29 about results of the 6th meeting of Informal Group on Periodical Technical Inspections
7.2. Update of Rules Nos. 1 and 2
WP.29/2017/47 | Proposal for amendments to Rule No. 1 Proposal to add the following paragraph to the draft amendment presented in document WP.29/2016/87: 9. Entry into force <p>The provisions set in Revision 2 to Rule No. 1 on uniform provisions for Periodical Technical Inspections of wheeled vehicles with regard to the protection of the environment shall enter into force on 1 June 2018.</p>
WP.29/2017/48 | Proposal for amendments to Rule No. 2 Proposal to add the following paragraph to the draft amendment presented in document WP.29/2016/87: 9. Entry into force <p>The provisions set in Revision 2 to Rule No. 1 on uniform provisions for Periodical Technical Inspections of wheeled vehicles with regard to the protection of the environment shall enter into force on 1 June 2018.</p>
WP.29/2016/87 | Revised proposal for amendments to Rule No. 1 Proposal to harmonize the provisions of UN Rule No. 1 with those of the latest UN Regulations annexed to the 1958 Agreement and the EU Directives.
WP.29/2016/88 | Revised proposal for amendments to Rule No. 2 Proposal to harmonize the provisions of UN Rule No. 2 with those of the latest UN Regulations annexed to the 1958 Agreement and the EU Directives.
WP.29-171-17 | Draft proposals for transitional provisions to Rule 1 and 2 annexed to the 1997 Vienna Agreement
WP.29-171-18 | Proposal for transitional provisions under the draft amendments to UN Rule No. 1 and No. 2 Latest refinements from the PTI informal group to the proposal to harmonize the provisions of UN Rule No. 1 with those of the latest UN Regulations annexed to the 1958 Agreement and the EU Directives.
WP.29-171-19 | Proposal to amend the draft amendment to UN Rule No. 2 presented in document WP.29/2016/88 Latest refinements from the PTI informal group to the proposal to harmonize the provisions of UN Rule No. 2 with those of the latest UN Regulations annexed to the 1958 Agreement and the EU Directives.
7.3. Establishment of requirements for testing equipment, for skills and training of inspectors and for supervision of test centres
WP.29/2017/49 | Proposal for amendments to the 1997 Agreement
WP.29/2017/50 | Proposal for a Resolution on the administrative and technical provisions required for carrying out the technical inspections according to the technical prescriptions specified in UN Rules
WP.29-171-20 | Proposal to amend the draft amendments to the 1997 Agreement presented in document WP.29/2017/49 Refinements to the proposal to amend the 1997 Agreement from the PTI informal group.
WP.29-171-21 | Proposals for new Rule on Periodical Technical Inspections of motor vehicles using Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and/or Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) in their propulsion system Proposal from the PTI informal group to establish inspection requirements for natural-gas-powered vehicles under the 1997 Agreement.
8. Other business
8.1. Exchange of information on enforcement of issues on defects and non-compliance, including recall systems
8.2. Consistency between the provisions of the 1968 Vienna Convention and the technical provisions for vehicles of Regulations and gtrs adopted in the framework of the 1958 and 1998 Agreements
8.3. Proposal for amendments to the Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles (R.E.3)
8.4. Road Safety Targets and Indicators
WP.29-171-10 | Developing voluntary global performance targets for road safety risk factors and service delivery mechanisms
WP.29-171-37 | WHO report: Developing global targets & indicators for road safety - Process and Progress
8.5. Documents for publication
WP.29-171-23 | Entry into force of the adopted proposals under the 1958 Agreement from the November 2016 World Forum session
9. Adoption of the report
WP.29/1129 | Report of the World Forum on its 171st (March 2017) session
10. Establishment of the Committee AC.1
11. Proposals for amendments and corrigenda to existing Regulations and for new Regulations – Voting by AC.1
12. Establishment of the Executive Committee AC.3 and election of officers for the year 2017
WP.29-171-08 | Voting table for consideration of the extension of Listing 13 in the Compendium of Candidate GTRs Table to establish the quorum and vote on the US request to extend Listing Number 13 (United States of America Environmental Protection Agency and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Department of Transportation, Program for Revisions and Additions to the Motor Vehicle Fuel Economy Label: New Fuel Economy and Environment Labels for a New Generation of Vehicles) for another five years in the Compendium of Candidates.
13. Monitoring of the 1998 Agreement: Reports of the Contracting Parties on the transposition of gtrs and their amendments into their national/regional law
WP.29-171-09 | Status of the 1998 Agreement of the global registry and of the compendium of candidates - Situation on priorities and proposals to develop UN GTRs as of 8 March 2017
14. Consideration and vote by AC.3 of draft global technical regulations and/or draft amendments to established global technical regulations, if any
14.1. Proposal for a new global technical regulation, if any
14.2. Proposal for amendments to a global technical regulation, if any
15. Consideration of technical regulations to be listed in the Compendium of Candidates for global technical regulations, if any
15.1. Proposal for a five year extension in the Compendium of Candidates of listing No. 13
WP.29/2017/57 | Proposal for a five year extension in the Compendium of Candidates of listing No. 13 Request to maintain in the Compendium of Candidates Listing Number 13 –United States of America Environmental Protection Agency and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Department of Transportation, Program for Revisions and Additions to the Motor Vehicle Fuel Economy Label – New Fuel Economy and Environment Labels for a New Generation of Vehicles.
WP.29-171-08 | Voting table for consideration of the extension of Listing 13 in the Compendium of Candidate GTRs Table to establish the quorum and vote on the US request to extend Listing Number 13 (United States of America Environmental Protection Agency and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Department of Transportation, Program for Revisions and Additions to the Motor Vehicle Fuel Economy Label: New Fuel Economy and Environment Labels for a New Generation of Vehicles) for another five years in the Compendium of Candidates.
16. Guidance, by consensus decision, on those elements of draft global technical regulations that have not been resolved by the Working Parties subsidiary to the World Forum, if any
17. Exchange of information on new priorities to be included in the programme of work
WP.29-171-14 | OICA input regarding the Programme of Work under the 1998 Agreement OICA recommendation that event data recorders, automatic emergency braking systems, and lane-keeping assistance systems be considered for harmonization under the 1998 Agreement.
WP.29-171-29 | Preliminary EU-Japan proposal for a new programme of work under the 1998 Agreement Draft proposal attempting to prioritize work on Global Technical Regulations.
WP.29-171-30 | Decision on the use of the term "UN GTR"
18. Progress on the development of new global technical regulations and of amendments to established global technical regulations
18.1. Global Technical Regulation No. 1
18.2. Global Technical Regulation No. 2
18.3. Global Technical Regulation No. 3
WP.29/2017/51 | Request for authorisation to develop Amendment 3 to global technical regulation No. 3 Proposal to develop an amendment in order to align GTR No. 3 with technical progress, addressing among others: ensuring electromagnetic immunity of ABS-systems, introducing ABS performance requirements for category 3-5 vehicles (three-wheelers), ensuring uniform requirements for equipment such as Electronic Stop Signal System and the means to disable the ABS, if equipped. This amendment aims to harmonize GTR with recent amendments made to UN Regulation No. 78.
18.4. Global Technical Regulation No. 6
18.5. Global Technical Regulation No. 7
18.6. Global Technical Regulation No. 9
18.7. Global Technical Regulation No. 15
18.8. Global Technical Regulation No. 16
WP.29/2017/52 | Request for authorization to develop the Amendment 2 to Global Technical Regulation No. 16 Proposal to develop amendments to Part II of GTR No.16: <ol class="alpha"><li>Addition of new definitions (Section 2);</li><li>Harmonization of the Load Range concept in relationship to Inflation Pressure (Section 2),</li><li>Alignment of the provisions for tyre marking and physical dimensions of PC tyres with the most recent developments in UN Regulations Nos. 30 and 54 (Sections 3.3 and 3.5),</li><li>Harmonization of FMVSS 139 requirements relative to UNECE PSI index (Sections 3.14 and 3.15),</li><li>Deletion of provisions for physical dimensions of LT/C tyres based on FMVSS 139 (Section 3.20) an UN Regulation No. 54 (Section 3.21) and addition of new harmonized provisions for physical dimensions of LT/C tyres (new Section 3.20),</li><li>Deletion of provisions for high speed test for LT/C tyres based on FMVSS 139 (Section 3.19) and UN Regulation No. 54 (Section 3.16) and addition of new harmonized provisions for high speed test for LT/C tyres (new Section 3.16),</li><li>Updates of the Annexes 3 and 6 with regard to the most recent developments in UN Regulations Nos. 30 and 54.</li></ol> Other topics to be discussed within the informal working group for the Phase 2 of development of UN GTR No. 16 include: <ol class="alpha"><li>Consideration of feasibility of harmonization of endurance test for LT/C tyres (Sections 3.16 and 3.17), and</li><li>Consideration of feasibility of development of provisions for global tyre marking.</li></ol>
18.9. Global Technical Regulation on Electric Vehicle Safety
WP.29-171-33 | Electric Vehicle Safety Global Technical Regulation (EVS GTR) - Informal Working group - Progress report
18.10. Draft Global Technical Regulation on Quiet Road Transport Vehicles
19. Items on which the exchange of views and data should continue or begin
19.1. Harmonization of side impact
19.2. Electric vehicles and the environment
19.3. Specifications for the 3-D H-point machine
19.4. Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Vehicles (HFCV) (global technical regulation No. 13) – Phase 2
WP.29/2017/56 | Proposal for authorization to develop Phase 2 of GTR No. 13 Proposal for the Phase 2 development of GTR No. 13, including<ol class="alpha"><li>Further consideration of items in the original authorization (document WP.29/AC.3/17);</li><li>Potential revision of the scope to address additional vehicle classes;</li><li>Requirements for material compatibility and hydrogen embrittlement;</li><li>Requirements for the fueling receptacle;</li><li>Evaluation of performance-based test for long-term stress rupture proposed in Phase 1 (including assessment of a procedure to evaluate the risk of long-term stress rupture of storage containers made from composite fiber reinforced polymers);</li><li>Consideration of research results reported after completion of Phase 1 – specifically research related to electrical safety, hydrogen storage systems, and post-crash safety;</li><li>Consideration of 200 per cent Nominal Working Pressure (NWP) or lower as the minimum burst requirement; and</li><li>Consider Safety guard system for the case of isolation resistance breakdown.</li></ol>
20. Other business
20.1. Proposal of amendments to Special Resolution No. 2
WP.29-171-15 | Proposal to amend Special Resolution 2 (document WP.29/2016/65) Proposal to clarify the concepts of alternatives, modules, and options.
20.2. Global NCAP statement
21. Establishment of the Committee AC.4 and election of officers for the year 2017
22. Amendments to Rules Nos. 1 and 2
WP.29/2016/87 | Revised proposal for amendments to Rule No. 1 Proposal to harmonize the provisions of UN Rule No. 1 with those of the latest UN Regulations annexed to the 1958 Agreement and the EU Directives.
WP.29/2016/88 | Revised proposal for amendments to Rule No. 2 Proposal to harmonize the provisions of UN Rule No. 2 with those of the latest UN Regulations annexed to the 1958 Agreement and the EU Directives.
WP.29/2017/47 | Proposal for amendments to Rule No. 1 Proposal to add the following paragraph to the draft amendment presented in document WP.29/2016/87: 9. Entry into force <p>The provisions set in Revision 2 to Rule No. 1 on uniform provisions for Periodical Technical Inspections of wheeled vehicles with regard to the protection of the environment shall enter into force on 1 June 2018.</p>
WP.29/2017/48 | Proposal for amendments to Rule No. 2 Proposal to add the following paragraph to the draft amendment presented in document WP.29/2016/87: 9. Entry into force <p>The provisions set in Revision 2 to Rule No. 1 on uniform provisions for Periodical Technical Inspections of wheeled vehicles with regard to the protection of the environment shall enter into force on 1 June 2018.</p>
WP.29-171-18 | Proposal for transitional provisions under the draft amendments to UN Rule No. 1 and No. 2 Latest refinements from the PTI informal group to the proposal to harmonize the provisions of UN Rule No. 1 with those of the latest UN Regulations annexed to the 1958 Agreement and the EU Directives.
WP.29-171-19 | Proposal to amend the draft amendment to UN Rule No. 2 presented in document WP.29/2016/88 Latest refinements from the PTI informal group to the proposal to harmonize the provisions of UN Rule No. 2 with those of the latest UN Regulations annexed to the 1958 Agreement and the EU Directives.
WP.29-171-17 | Draft proposals for transitional provisions to Rule 1 and 2 annexed to the 1997 Vienna Agreement
23. Establishment of requirements for testing equipment, for skills and training of inspectors and for supervision of test centres
24. Other business