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UN Regulation No. 130
Lane Departure Warning Systems

Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to the Lane Departure Warning System

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18 Nov 2018 18 Nov 2018 | Buyers' Guide: What’s new in ANCAP safety? Australia and New Zealand Australia and New Zealand Uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to the Advanced Emergency Braking System (AEBS) for M1 and N1 vehicles Light Vehicle AEBS Automatic Emergency Braking for M1/N1 vehicles UN Regulation No. 152 UN R152, This program aims to develop test procedures and performance requirements for a new UN Regulation for close-proximity vision and obstacle detection systems in order to reduce the risk of collision with pedestrians and other vulnerable road users when a vehicle is moving in reverse. VRU Proximity Awareness Awareness of Vulnerable Road Users in Low-speed Maneuvers WP.29 Regulatory Project Awareness of Vulnerable Road Users in Low-speed Maneuvers, Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to the Protection of the Occupants in the Event of a Frontal Collision Frontal Collision Protection Occupant Protection in Frontal Collisions UN Regulation No. 94 UN R94, Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to the Protection of the Occupants in the Event of a Lateral Collision This regulation applies to the lateral collision behavior of the structure of the passenger compartment of M1 and N1 categories of vehicles where the "R" point of the lowest seat is not more than 700 mm from ground level when the unladen vehicle plus 100 kg (i.e., the mass of a side impact dummy plus instrumentation) is at rest. Lateral Collision Protection Occupant Protection in Lateral Collisions UN Regulation No. 95 UN R95, Uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to their pedestrian safety performance Pedestrian Safety Pedestrian Safety UN Regulation No. 127 UN R127, Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of enhanced Child Restraint Systems used onboard of motor vehicles. The second phase in the development of this regulation by the Child Restraint Systems informal working group is underway to extend the scope of this regulation to include ISOFIX non-integral universal booster seats. Enhanced Child Restraints Enhanced Child Restraint Systems UN Regulation No. 129 UN R129, Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to the Lane Departure Warning System Lane-departure Warning Lane Departure Warning Systems UN Regulation No. 130 UN R130, Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to their Pole Side Impact performance (PSI) This regulation transposed Global Technical Regulation No. 14 into the type-approval system under the 1958 Agreement. Pole Side Impact Pole side-impact protection UN Regulation No. 135 UN R135, and Uniform provisions concerning the approval of passenger cars in the event of a frontal collision with focus on the restraint system This regulation provides for a full-width rigid barrier frontal impact test to evaluate the performance of occupant restraint systems. Briefly, the test involves a 50 km/h impact of a vehicle equipped with a Hybrid III 50th percentile male driver and an HIII 5th percentile female front passenger. Aimed particularly at reducing injuries to the elderly, the test sets a 42 mm ThCC threshold that will be strengthened to 34 mm for the HIII 5F in 2020 (via the 01 series amendments). Frontal Impact ORS Restraint System in Frontal Impact UN Regulation No. 137 UN R137
29 Jun 2017 29 Jun 2017 | Guide to Lane-Departure Warning & Lane-Keeping Assist USA United States of America Technical discussion of lane-keeping assist systems towards ascertaining whether any regulatory amendments and/or guidelines should be established. LKAS Lane Keeping Assist Systems WP.29 Regulatory Project Lane Keeping Assist Systems, Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to Steering Equipment Steering Equipment Steering Equipment UN Regulation No. 79 UN R79, and Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to the Lane Departure Warning System Lane-departure Warning Lane Departure Warning Systems UN Regulation No. 130 UN R130
22 Jun 2017 22 Jun 2017 | Lane maintenance systems still a turnoff for many drivers USA United States of America Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to Steering Equipment Steering Equipment Steering Equipment UN Regulation No. 79 UN R79 and Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to the Lane Departure Warning System Lane-departure Warning Lane Departure Warning Systems UN Regulation No. 130 UN R130
29 Aug 2016 29 Aug 2016 | Systems are helping, but aren't ready for autonomous age To one degree or another, automated driving technologies take over functions previously assured entirely by the driver. At one level, driver assistance systems aid the driver in controlling the vehicle. However, technologies have advanced to the point where automated systems propose to replace the driver in controlling various aspects of vehicle behavior. For example, lane-keeping assistance systems propose to intervene in the steering of the vehicle in order to maintain the vehicle within a lane of travel. At the furthest point in the spectrum, autonomous vehicles propose to assume full responsibility for vehicle behavior without any driver intervention. As a result, such technologies undermine the fundamental assumption that the driver is responsible for the vehicle and thus present the regulatory community with a host of unprecedented opportunities and challenges in ensuring road safety. WP.29 has undertaken to address these issues on a global basis in order to seek uniform worldwide responses that will promote the use of these technologies while ensuring their safe introduction into road traffic. Automated Driving Automated Driving and Autonomous Vehicles WP.29 Regulatory Project Automated Driving and Autonomous Vehicles, Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to the Lane Departure Warning System Lane-departure Warning Lane Departure Warning Systems UN Regulation No. 130 UN R130, and Uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to advanced emergency braking systems Advanced Emergency Braking Advanced Emergency Braking Systems UN Regulation No. 131 UN R131
30 Sep 2015 30 Sep 2015 | BCG/MEMA Report: ADAS needed to cut road deaths MEMA, NHTSA, and USA Motor and Equipment Manufacturers Association, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and United States of America Technical discussion of lane-keeping assist systems towards ascertaining whether any regulatory amendments and/or guidelines should be established. LKAS Lane Keeping Assist Systems WP.29 Regulatory Project Lane Keeping Assist Systems, To one degree or another, automated driving technologies take over functions previously assured entirely by the driver. At one level, driver assistance systems aid the driver in controlling the vehicle. However, technologies have advanced to the point where automated systems propose to replace the driver in controlling various aspects of vehicle behavior. For example, lane-keeping assistance systems propose to intervene in the steering of the vehicle in order to maintain the vehicle within a lane of travel. At the furthest point in the spectrum, autonomous vehicles propose to assume full responsibility for vehicle behavior without any driver intervention. As a result, such technologies undermine the fundamental assumption that the driver is responsible for the vehicle and thus present the regulatory community with a host of unprecedented opportunities and challenges in ensuring road safety. WP.29 has undertaken to address these issues on a global basis in order to seek uniform worldwide responses that will promote the use of these technologies while ensuring their safe introduction into road traffic. Automated Driving Automated Driving and Autonomous Vehicles WP.29 Regulatory Project Automated Driving and Autonomous Vehicles, Uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to the Blind Spot Information System for the Detection of Bicycles Adopted during the March 2019 WP.29 session, this regulation aims to reduce collisions and fatalities involving cyclists and heavy vehicles in close-proximity traffic. Blind spot detection Blind-spot information systems (BSIS) UN Regulation No. 151 UN R151, ITS Intelligent Transport Systems WP.29 Discussion Topic Intelligent Transport Systems, Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to Steering Equipment Steering Equipment Steering Equipment UN Regulation No. 79 UN R79, Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to the Lane Departure Warning System Lane-departure Warning Lane Departure Warning Systems UN Regulation No. 130 UN R130, and Uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to advanced emergency braking systems Advanced Emergency Braking Advanced Emergency Braking Systems UN Regulation No. 131 UN R131
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11 Nov 2019
Correlations between some UN Regulations and UN Rules | PTI-16-02
5 Jan 2016
Proposal for Supplement 1 to Regulation No. 130 | WP.29/2016/6
20 Jul 2015
Proposal for an amendment to Regulation No. 130 | GRRF/2015/17
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