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Overall status of recent un ece wp29

TITLE:

Overall Status of Recent UN/ECE/

WP29

Presenter’s Name :

Jae-Kon, Shin

Economy:

Republic of Korea


Overall status of recent un ece wp29

Contents

1. Summary of UN/ECE/WP29 Plenary Meetings

2. General Statements

3. Highlight of the Recent Sessions

4. Report on the WP29 Plenary Meetings


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1. Summary of UN/ECE/WP29 Plenary Meetings

Since the last Meeting, Two WP29 plenary meetings were held

161thPlenary Meeting (12~15, Nov., 2013)

- 1958 Agreement(UN Regulations)

- 1998 Agreement(UN GTR)

- Two new UN Regulationswere endorsed

- 36 amendments of UN Regulations were adopted

- New UN GTR on Pole Side Impact(PSI)was finally adopted

  • Proposal of development of new UN GTR on Vehicle Indoor Air Quality(VIAQ)

  • by Korea was submitted

162thPlenary Meeting (10~14, March, 2014)

- 1958 Agreement(UN Regulations)

- 1998 Agreement(UN GTR)

- 26 amendments of UN Regulations were adopted

- New UN GTR on WLTP was finally adopted


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2. General Statements of the 161thPlenary Meeting

Attendance

161hsession (12 – 15 Nov. 2013)

- 31 countries, including Australia; Canada; Japan; People’s Republic of China;

Korea; US and European Union (EU)

- Asian countries, Viet Nam, Indonesia, Malaysia attended

- 10 Non-governmental organizations, including OICA and IMMA, etc.,

Opening Statements

WP29 invited the representatives to attend the Europe–Asia Road Safety Forum to be held in New Delhi on 4-6 December 2013 during the session of the Working Party on Road Safety (WP.1)

Philippines acknowledged the assistance of Japan in the preparation of the Philippines to accede to the 1958 Agreement


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3. Highlight of the recent sessions (161th Plenary Meeting)

Recent GR’s Sessions

GRB(58th Noise, 2-4 Sep. 2013)

  • Audible vehicle alerting system (AVAS) provisions which is still in the process of

  • development in the framework of activities of the UN GTR on Quiet Road Transport

  • Vehicles (QRTV)

- Encouraged delegates to participate in the next meetings of the informal

group on Quiet Road Transport Vehicles (QRTV)

GRRF (75th Brakes and Running Gear, 17-19 Sep. 2013)

  • Reported on the progress made by GRRF to completely redraft the transitional

  • provisions of Regulations Nos. 13 and 13-H and to harmonize them

  • with the corresponding guidelines

- GRRF was still seeking a consensus proposal on new wet grip limits for tyres

of category and proposed WP.29 and AC.1 to defer the vote


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3. Highlight of the recent sessions

GRSG(105th General Safety, 8-11 Oct. 2013)

  • Reviewed the type approval provisions for vehicles equipped with Liquefied

  • Natural Gas (LNG) propulsion systems and agreed on a list of editorial corrections

  • Adopted a number of amendments to 5 UN Regulations :

  • UN R18, UN R46, UN R67, UN R107, UN R110

  • Chair of the IWG on Automatic Emergency Call System (AECS),

  • reported on the progress made during its first meeting

  • Agreed on revised Terms of Reference of the informal group on Camera-Monitor

  • Systems including a time schedule for the tasks of CMS. GRSG sought the consent of

  • WP.29 to re-establish the informal group

GRE(70th Light and Lighting-signalling, 21-23 Oct. 2013)

  • Agreed on a collective amendment to 20 UN Regulations with regard to

  • clarifying what variables shall determine a change of type of a device


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3. Highlight of the recent sessions

- Agreed on the informal group on Agriculture Vehicle Light Installation

introduced its terms of reference

- Informed that the Special Interest Group (SIG) considering simplification of

UN Regulations on lighting and light-signalling would meet during February

2014 to establish the terms of reference for the future IWG


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Development of IWVTA

3. Highlight of the recent sessions

Subgroup UN R0

- Informed that IWVTA could not be achieved in a single step. UN R0 would allow,

in a first step, a partial IWVTA limited to M1 category of vehicles.

This partial type approval would need completion by national or regional approvals

  • Presented the structure of UN Regulation No. 0 and two tentative lists with UN Regulations

  • · List A ; contained thirty-nine UN Regulations that could already be included in the partial IWVTA

  • · List B ; contained fourteen UN Regulations that would need amendment

  • An additional further step would include vehicle categories other than M1

  • Subgroup intended to complete the drafting of the partial IWVTA requirements

  • by March 2016 

  • The latest version of draft UN Regulation No. 0 was available at:

  • www2.unece.org/wiki/download/attachments/14320328/SGR0-08-13.docx


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4. Report on the 161th Session

1958 Agreement

Final Adoption of two new UN regulations ;

  • Retrofit Emission Control Devices(REC)

  • Recyclability of motor vehicles

  • <Retrofit Emission Control Device>

  • <Recyclability of motor vehicles>


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4. Report on the 161th Session

Vote of draft amendments to existing regulations

- 36 amendments were adopted

10 for GRE, 10 for GRSP, 8for GRSG, 6for GRPE, 2for GRRF

GRE: 10

  • R5 : Insert ceasing new type approval of sealed beam headlamps

  • R19 : Amend minimum illuminance value of F3 fog lamps

  • R31: Insert ceasing new type approval of sealed beam headlamps

  • R37 : Introduce new light-sources(WT(Y)21W, WT(Y)21/7W) for Direction indicator &

  • reversing lamps

  • R48(04, 05, 06 Series): Modify minimum install height of Position lamps(250mm~)

  • R99 : Simple modify footnote No. of paragraph with regard to the approval mark

  • R123 : Modify the heat test requirements in Annex 7 for CoP


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4. Report on the 161th Session

GRSP : 10

  • R12 : Introduce coupling systems for charging the rechargeable energy storage system

  • R14 : Introduce exemptions for vehicles not intended to transport children

  • R16 : Clarify the labeling for information on the risk of installing a rearward-facing child

  • restraint

  • R17 : Propose new provisions for folding seats

  • R94 : Insert new paragraph with regard to the warning label on sun visor or roof

  • R94 : Introduce coupling systems for charging the rechargeable energy storage system

  • R95 : Introduce coupling systems for charging the rechargeable energy storage system

  • R100(02, 03 series) : Remove unnecessary constraints to electric vehicle systems

  • having a working voltage of 48 V

  • R129 : Amend to test method of i-size and insert figure of load application devices

  • in Annex 21


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4. Report on the 161th Session

GRSG : 8

  • R67 : Clarify the provisions of UN R67 with respect to hose assemblies

  • R107 : Amend the provisions of the installation height of interior emergency controls in

  • Class B vehicles

  • R107 : Provide a specific area in buses of Class I & allow a child to remain seated in push

  • chair

  • R107 : Allow to install driver seats without suspension systems

  • R110 : Introduce type approval provisions for LNG Vehicles

  • R43 : Correct test requirements of chemical resistance in test methods

  • R107 : Simple correct paragraph of priority seats & spacein Annex 8 of Russian version

  • R121 : Correct tell-tale symbol(headlamp high beams) No. in table 1


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4. Report on the 161th Session

GRPE : 6

  • - R49 : Introduce modifications to the 05 series of amendments of UN R49 (Euro V)

  • to extend the pollutant emission requirements to dual-fuel heavy duty engines

  • - R49(06) :Introduce modifications to the 06 series of amendments of UN R49 aiming to

  • reduce the risks of misinterpretation or unclear text

  • R101, 103 : Align the requirements of UN Regulation No. 101 with those of EU Regulation

  • (EC) Nos. 459/2012 and 630/2012

  • R115 : Align the requirements of LPG and CNG Vehicle with UN Regulation No. 101

  • R83 : Correct unit of the diameter of particulates in paragraph 2.5.1 (23mm=>23nm)

GRRF : 2

- R54 : Correct symbol of Regroovabletyres

- R117 :Amend the snow test method for C3 tyres


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4. Report on the 161th Session

1998 Agreement

Final adoption of New UN GTR on Pole Side Impact(PSI)


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4. Report on the 161th Session

Progress on the Development of New or Amendment GTRs

WMTC(Worldwide Motorcycle Emission Test Cycle, GTR No.2)

  • Introduced a proposal to develop amendments to UN GTR No. 2 aimed at inserting

  • environmental and propulsion performance requirements and at extending the scope

  • to three-wheeled vehicles

  • Proposed developing new UN GTRs and Regulations on environmental and propulsion

  • performance requirements for light vehicles

Motorcycle Braking(GTR No.3)

- Requested the authorization for developing amendments to UN R3, taking into consideration

the state of the art technologies on Combined Braking Systems (CBS), (ii) a new K-method for

the determination of the Peak Braking Coefficient (PBC) and (iii) the option of a representative

vehicle for testing


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4. Report on the 161th Session

WHDC(Worldwide Heavy-Duty Certification Procedure, GTR No.4)

  • Informed that a drafting group for the work on UN GTR No. 4 had been established to

  • develop a draft amendment to UN GTR No. 4 for submission to and consideration by

  • AC.3 at its November 2014 session

Head Restraints(GTR No.7)

  • Informed the injury criteria for the use of the Biofidelic Rear Impact Dummy (BioRID II)

  • were still pending due to constraints of medical research in the USA

  • Reported that the draft UN GTR would be supplemented with an addendum to the Mutual

  • Resolution No. 1 (M.R.1)

Pedestrian Safety(GTR No.9 Phase 2)

  • Informed that the IWG had submitted an official proposal for amendments to the UN GTR

  • to incorporate the flexible pedestrian legformimpactor (FlexPLI) to 54th session of GRSP

  • A further proposal had been transmitted to introduce the FlexPLI into M.R.1 as an addendum

  • The official draft amendment to the UN GTR could be considered by GRSP at its December 2014


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4. Report on the 161th Session

Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Vehicle-Phase 2 (GTR No.13)

  • Informed that the three co-sponsors (EU, Japan and the United States of America) for the

  • development of the UN GTR would resume discussions for the development of Phase 2

  • A working plan would be transmitted to the December 2013 session of GRSP

Draft UN GTR on Worldwide harmonized Light Vehicle Test Procedures(WLTP)

  • Both the draft UN GTR and the Technical Report be recommended and transmitted to AC.3

  • for final consideration and possible adoption at its March 2014 session

  • Introduced a proposal to amend the UN GTR on WLTP (WP.29-161-14) and to extend the

  • mandate of the IWG until the end of 2015

  • - Draft UN GTR would be submitted at the March 2014 session of WP29


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4. Report on the 161th Session

Draft GTR on Electric Vehicles

- IWG had made progress in developing the outline of the UN GTR along with a draft UN

GTR proposal submitted by the United States of America, Canada and Japan

- IWG had decided to establish seven task forces dedicated to specific issues to increase

progress efficiency

Draft GTR on QRTV

  • Informed that the IWG had completed half of the draft UN GTR. The remaining half was

  • expected to be completed within a few more meetings of the IWG

  • Requested the consent of AC.3 to extend for one year the mandate of the IWG to recover

  • delays in the publication of the USA's final rule on QRTV, which was expected to be published

  • by the end of 2014 or beginning of 2015

  • - WP29 agreed to extend the mandate of the IWG to November 2015


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4. Report on the 161th Session

Exchange of information on new priorities

Vehicle Indoor Air Quality(VIAQ)

  • Korea proposed development of New UN GTR on Vehicle Indoor Air Quality (VIAQ) given at

  • the previous session of WP.29 .

  • Requested WP29 to evaluate the possibility of establishing an IWG with the aim to develop a

  • new UN GTR by 2017

  • WP29 invited all participants to collect information on this topic and requested to keep this

  • item on the agenda of the March 2014 session for further discussion


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162th Plenary Meeting (10~14, March, 2014)

Attendance

- 37 countries, including Australia; Canada; Japan; People’s Republic of China;

Korea; US and European Union (EU)

- 13 Non-governmental organizations, including OICA and IMMA, etc.,

1. Highlight of the recent sessions

Recent GR’s Sessions

GRSP(54th Passive Safety, 17-19 Dec. 2013)

  • Recommended Phase 2 of the UN GTR on pedestrian safety, aimed at including the

  • Flex-PLI into the tests of UN GTR No.9 and of UN Regulation No.127

- Ms. Mary Versailles(USA) re-elected GRSP Chair & Mr. Jae-Wan Lee(Korea) was

re-elected Vice-Chair for the sessions in 2014


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GRPE (68th Pollution & Energy, 7-10 Jan. 2014)

  • Submitted a draft UN GTR on Worldwide Harmonization Light Vehicles Test

  • procedures(WLTP) to WP29 for final adoption

- Supported the proposal on Heavy Duty hybrids(HDH) to extent the mandate

of the group to include amendments aligning UN GTR No.4 with Un GTR No.11

GRB (59th Noise, 28-30 Jan. 2014)

  • Agreed to convert the group of experts on UN regulation No. 51 into a new IWG on

  • UN regulations Nos. 51 and 59. and sought the consent of WP29, including

  • a deadline of Feb. 2015, for the mandate of the proposed informal working group.

  • WP29 gave its consent.


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GRRF (76th 17-21, Feb. 2014)

  • Agreed to amend the new wet grip limits for certain tyres of category C3 and to keep

  • unchanged the proposed values for C2 tyres

- Sought the consent of WP29 to hold an extraordinary session of GRRF in June 2014 in

order to efficiently incorporate the ongoing research by USA into draft UN GTR on

tyres. WP29 gave its consent


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2. Report on the 162th Session

1958 Agreement : UN Regulations

Vote of draft amendments to existing regulations

- 26 amendments were adopted

13 for GRE, 6 for GRSG, 5for GRRF, 1for GRB, 1for GRSP

GRE: 13

  • R3 : Delete requirement for shape of retro-reflector

  • R6 : Clarify definition of direction indicator

  • R7 : Amend maximum luminous requirements of position lamp combined

  • with front fog lamp

  • R10 : Update ISO reference standard of electronic compatibility of EV

  • R19 : Clarify to extend type approval for replaceable Class B fog lamp

  • R27 : Add to resistance test method for fluorescent retro-reflecting material for advance

  • warning triangles

  • R48(04, 05, 06 series) : Allow to install sequential activated direction indicator

  • R65 : Clarify trade name and mark of special warning lamps


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  • R74 : Allow to install hazard warning signal of motorcycles

  • R113 : Change measuring point for stability of headlamp

  • R123 : Amend definition of Class C headlamp

GRSG : 6

  • R18 : Clarify installation requirement of anti-theft of motor vehicles

  • R46 : Clarify acceptance of type approval devices for indirect vision before 03 series applied

  • R46 : Clarify acceptance of type approval devices for indirect vision before 04 series applied

  • R67 : Introduce LPG tank valve and it’s endurance test

  • R107 : clarify minimum number of priority seats

  • R110 : Introduce LPG tank valve and it’s endurance test

GRRF : 5

  • R13 : Add requirements for brake electric/electronic interface of an automated connector

  • R13 : Amend table of test speed of ABS in Russian version

  • R117 : Change temperature condition of Braking test

  • R117 : Amend requirements for noise for off road vehicle in Russian version

  • R117 : Add wet grip test requirements & test procedure for C2 & C3 tyres


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GRB : 1

  • R41 : Amend definition of test road for motorcycle

GRSP : 1

  • R129 : Introduce requirements of infant carrier module

1998 Agreement : UN GTR

Final adoption of New UN GTR on Worldwide Harmonization Light Vehicles

Test procedures(WLTP)

< Test cycle>


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Progress on the Development of New or Amendment GTRs

WMTC(Worldwide Motorcycle Emission Test Cycle, GTR No.2)

  • Summarized the work progress of the IWG on Environmental and Propulsion

  • Requirements(EPPR) for L-category vehicles

  • Informed that the highest priority had been given to the elaboration of draft UN GTRs

  • on evaporative emissions and on OBD. The other two draft UN GTRS on durability

  • requirements of pollutant control devices and on propulsion unit performance

  • requirements would be developed later.

Motor cycle Braking(GTR No.3)

  • Informed a status report on the activities of GRRF on parallel amendments to UN GTR No.3

  • and UN R.78, introducing provisions for new types of Combined Braking System(CBS)

WHDC(Worldwide Heavy-Duty Certification Procedure, GTR No.4)

  • Confirmed that the IWG would present a formal proposal for amendments to the UN

  • GTR for consideration by GRPE at its June 2014 session and would adopt it at WP29

  • November session


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Head Restraints(GTR No.7)

  • Informed the validation of Biofidelic Rear Impact Dummy II(BioRID II) was well advanced

  • and that the IWG would submit to the May 2014 session of GRSP and will submit final

  • document to WP29 at its June 2015 session

Pedestrian Safety(GTR No.9 Phase 2)

  • Informed that the text of the amendment to UN GTR No.9 had been recommended by GRSP

  • to the June 2014 session of WP29 and added that more time was needed to complete the

  • cost-benefit analysis by May 2014

  • - Sought the consent of Wp29 to extend the mandate of the IWG until November 2014. WP29

  • gave its consent

Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Vehicle-Phase 2 (GTR No.13)

  • Phase 2 would include : (i) potential harmonization of crash test specifications, (ii)

  • potential scope revision to address additional vehicle categories, (iii) refinement of test

  • procedures and correction of errors, (iv) material compatibility and Phase 1,(vi) electric

  • barrier enclosure and (vii) consideration of research results reported after completion of

  • Phase 1


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Draft GTR on Electric Vehicles Safety(EVS)

  • Informed that the IWG would provide a status report at the June 2014 session of WP29

  • urged delegated to overcome he disagreements that still remain on developing the draft

  • UN GTR, especially the issue of whether to draft the UN GTR in one or two phase

  • WP29 noted that an extension of the mandate of the IG could be needed given the current

  • schedule of development of UN GTR.

Draft GTR on QRTV

  • Informed that the IWG had addressed each element of the draft UN GTR and had identified

  • difficulties in a number of area

  • - Results of discussion would be consolidated in a document for consideration at the next IWG session(Washington D.C., 13-15 May 2014)

Draft UN GTR on Worldwide harmonized Light Vehicle Test Procedures(WLTP)

  • Requested to extend the mandate of the IWG to the end of 2015 in order to develop phase

  • 1(b) of UN GTR on WLTP


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Exchange of information on new priorities

Vehicle Indoor Air Quality(VIAQ)

  • Korea proposed development of New UN GTR on Vehicle Indoor Air Quality (VIAQ) given at

  • the previous session of WP.29 .

  • Requested WP29 to evaluate the possibility of establishing an IWG with the aim to develop a

  • new UN GTR by 2017

  • WP29 invited all participants to collect information on this topic and requested to keep this

  • item on the agenda of the March 2014 session for further discussion

  • Korea made a presentation to propose to establish the IWG for developing new UN GTR on VIAQ at the March session of WP29

  • Korea introduced the outcomes of implementation of VIAQ


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Special Presentation by Korea

Latest issue of defect investigation of Panoramic sunroofs in Korea

  • Korea gave a presentation on the results of defect investigations on panoramic sunroofs

  • The Chair of GRSG suggested that this topic be investigated further by GRSG experts to determine whether it is necessary to adjust the relevant Un R.43 and UN GTR No.6 on safety glazing


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