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Working Party on Automated/Autonomous and Connected Vehicles - Introduction

Recent deliveries

March 2020

  • Adoption of a draft UN Regulation on Cyber Security and Cyber Security Management System
  • Adoption of a draft UN Regulation on Automated Lane Keeping System (ALKS) 

February 2020

  • Adoption of a draft UN Regulation on Software Update and Software Updates Management System

First outcome, in January 2019:

  • Adoption of a new UN Regulation on Advanced Emergency Braking Systems (Car-2-Car, Car-2-Pedestrian)


GRVA Programme Of Work

  • Safety and security of Automated Driving Systems and connected vehicles:
    (See the Framework Document on Automated Vehicles in ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2019/34 as revised)
    • Functional Requirements for Automated Vehicles ("FRAV")
    • Validation Method for Automated Driving ("VMAD")
    • Cyber security (and software updates)
    • Event Data Recorder / Data Storage System for Automated Driving
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  • ADAS:
    • Remote control manoeuvring and remote control parking
    • Automatically commanded steering systems
  • Dynamics (Steering, Braking etc.):
    • Advance Emergency Braking Systems
    • Anti-lock Braking System for motocycles
    • Electronic Stability Control 

Inception

At its February 2018 session, the Inland Transport Committee (ITC) acknowledged the importance of WP.29 activities related to automated, autonomous and connected vehicles and requested WP.29 to consider establishing a dedicated subsidiary Working Party (Groupe de Rapporteurs - GR).
Following this request, WP.29, at its June 2018 session, decided to convert the Working Party on Brakes and Running Gear (GRRF) into a new Working Party on Automated/Autonomous and Connected Vehicles (GRVA).