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UNECE Car Safety New Regulations (Juan Ramos)
 
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November 14, 2012, UNECE's World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulation (WP.29) adopted 3 new regulations that will significantly increase passenger safety. The new regulations will enter into force in mid-2013 (i.e. 6 months after adoption). They apply to: Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS); Child Restraint Systems (CRS); Advanced Emergency Braking System (AEBS)
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UNECE & Global NCAP call for world adherence to UN car Safety Standards
 
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Tens of thousands of deaths and hundreds of thousands of injuries could be avoided each year in the world if all countries would apply the safety standards outlined in the UN regulations developed by the World Forum for the Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations. This was the conclusion of the study recently released by the Global New Car Assessment Programme (Global NCAP) which showed that millions of new cars sold in middle and low income countries fail to meet the UN’s regulations for front and side crash tests. In order to further raise awareness on this situation, UNECE and Global NCAP are displaying two crashed cars at the Palais des Nations, in Geneva this week, on the occasion of the 66th session of the Economic Commission for Europe. After a frontal impact test at 64 km/h, one car scores zero stars, with a very serious risk of fatal injury while the other achieves five stars, which provides a high level of occupant protection. The two cars illustrate the importance that crash tests play in ensuring road safety and the different levels of safety between cars sold in emerging markets and in advanced economies. “We cannot accept that cars sold in middle and low income countries be deliberately less safe than those sold in developed countries,” said UNECE Executive Secretary Christian Friis Bach. “I therefore call on the motor industry as a whole to ensure that well-established safety standards be applied to all vehicles sold worldwide. I also urge all UN member States to ratify and fully apply the UN legal instruments on road safety, in particular the UN technical regulations for the construction of vehicles.” David Ward, Global NCAP Secretary General, said: “by the end of the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety (2011-2020) at the latest we want all new cars to meet basic standards for both crash protection and crash avoidance. They must have crumple zones, air bags, and electronic stability control. Our latest report sets out ten clear recommendations to meet this deadline, and we are convinced that this timetable is both realistic and affordable.” Every year, 1.24 million people die on the world’s roads and some 50 million people are injured. 80% of the deaths take place in middle-income countries and 12% in low-income countries, even though together they count for approximately only half of the world’s vehicles. For more than 50 years, the World Forum has negotiated and adopted UN vehicle regulations aimed at reinforcing car safety. These cover, among others: · the safety performance of vehicle for front and side impacts (UN Regulations Nos. 94 and 95); · pedestrian safety (UN Regulation No. 127); the safety of electric vehicles and their high-voltage batteries (UN Regulation No. 100). The UN regulations developed by the World Forum for the Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations are available at: http://www.unece.org/trans/main/welcwp29.html The Global NCAP report Democratising Car Safety: Road Map for Safer Cars 2020 is available in eReader and PDF formats. see more: http://ow.ly/LGmqD
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ITU INTERVIEWS: Walter Nissler, Chief, Vehicle Regulations and Transport Innovations, UNECE
 
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Interview at the Symposium on the Future Networked Car, Geneva, 8 March 2019 with Walter Nissler, Chief, Vehicle Regulations and Transport Innovations, UNECE
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UNECE works on a set of minimum noise standards for electric cars
 
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On 7 September 2010, the Working Party on Noise (GRB), a subsidiary body of the UNECE World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP.29), organized a live demonstration of sound devices that could equip "silent cars". "Silent cars" are electric and hybrid vehicles that do not emit the noises caused by combustion engines. While they constitute a key contribution to reducing carbon emissions and rising consumer awareness about climate change, they may also prove to be an additional risk for pedestrians and other road users. The noise emitted by classical vehicles provides very useful information to pedestrians and other road users on the presence of one or more vehicles, their approximate speed, whether the vehicle is accelerating or decelerating, etc. By nature, "silent vehicles" do not offer this information. They may thus constitute a safety risk for blind or visually impaired people, but also for all pedestrians, especially children and the elderly, as well as for cyclists and other vulnerable road users. In order to tackle this risk, the WP.29 decided in March 2009 to establish a GRB Working Group with the mandate to come up with a proposal for a UNECE Regulation on a sound device for silent vehicles that would provide this sound information. At the meeting of the GRB held from 6-8 September 2010, the GRB Working Group on Quiet Road Transport Vehicles (QRTV) reviewed a first progress report on the group's work. The mandate of GRB is to come up with a proposal for a draft Regulation at the latest in February 2012. "The development of acoustic warning devices for electric and hybrid electric vehicles, which market share is rapidly growing in many countries, will be an important element to enhance the safety of these vehicles", declared GRB Chair Christian Theis (Federal Ministry of Transport, Germany). "A UNECE Regulation will ensure a consistent approach across the industry, which is key for the effectiveness and acceptation of such devices."
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UNECE Breaks.mov
 
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UNECE live demonstration of Advanced Emergency Braking Systems (AEBS) http://www.unece.org.unecedev.colo.iway.ch/transwelcome/areas-of-work/vehicle-regulations/events/unece-live-demonstration-of-advanced-emergency-braking-systems-aebs.html
Views: 845 unecetrans
UNECE Trucks AEBS Demo
 
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UNECE's World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP.29) is working on a new Regulation to increase the safety of trucks and coaches that could save thousands of lives. As part of this work, the Working Party on Braking and Running Gear hosted a live demonstration of trucks and coaches fitted with Advanced Emergency Braking Systems on 12 May 2011 in Geneva. http://www.unece.org/press/pr2011/11trans_p10e.htm
Views: 4434 UNECE
Super-Structure Strength Testing UNECE R66 by IBrake
 
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IBrake is UNECE technical service in Finland and Lithuania performing various automotive type approval tests for vehicle manufacturers. Our core strength is brakes system and component testing, but we do a variety of UNECE tests primarily for heavy vehicles. More about our homologation capacities: www.ibrake.net
Views: 2356 domas girtavicius
Reacton Fire Suppression UNECE R107 Vehicle Approval Test 11
 
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Introduction: The above video demonstrates a simulation of a vehicle engine fire where there is an oil leak dripping on to an exceptionally hot surface (normally the exhaust). The test demonstrates the effectiveness of the extinguishing agent against the potential for reignition within this volatile scenario. Reacton Ltd: In the world of fire suppression and safety, ReactonTM is an emerging force both within the UK and internationally. With a growing number of accreditations allowing these cost-effective applications to be used within more and more industries, the ‘Reacton’ CTX technology recently underwent extensive testing in Sweden for use within the transportation industry which proved exceptionally successful and resulted in a key accreditation being awarded to ReactonTM – UNECE R107. For more information please contact: T: +44 (0)800 030 6526 E: [email protected] W: www.reactonfire.com
PAFSS® R107 Bus and Coach Fire Suppression System
 
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Automatic fixed fire suppression systems for buses and coaches. System animation showing the operational principles of Jactone PAFSS®. Jactone PAFSS bus and coach fixed fire suppression systems have been specifically designed to protect buses and coaches in accordance with the latest editions of UNECE Regulation No.107. Our system offers peace of mind for customers looking to specify a fully tested, approved and certified solution for fire protection of buses and coaches. On guard 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Views: 398 Jactone1
UNECE Road Safety
 
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UNECE Road Safety
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RSS testing UNECE R13 by IBrake
 
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IBrake is UNECE technical service in Finland and Lithuania performing various automotive type approval tests for vehicle manufacturers. Our core strength is brakes system and component testing, but we do a variety of UNECE tests primarily for heavy vehicles. More about our homologation capacities: www.ibrake.net
Views: 406 domas girtavicius
Regulation for import of powerful expensive cars is  ineffective !
 
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The Iranian TV conclude that regulations which ban import of expensive cars with more than more than 2500 C C is not effective in practice !
Views: 575 Manuchehr lenziran
Eva Molnar, Director, Sustainable Transport Division, UNECE @ Symposium on The FNC 2016
 
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Eva Molnar Director, Sustainable Transport Division, UNECE - Opening Remarks at the Symposium on The Future Networked Car, Geneva Motor Show, 2016. On 3 March 2016, ITU and UNECE convened ​the Symposium on The Future Networked Car within the 86th Geneva International Motor Show. Intelligent transport systems and automated driving are fast moving towards widespread commercialization and market acceptance. High levels of automation – the penultimate step to fully automa​ted driving – are expected on the road by 2020 and hold great promise to improve road safety, reduce congestion and emissions, and increase the accessibility of personal mobility to the elderly and persons with disabilities. Held on the first public day of the Geneva International Motor Show, this international symposium will bring together representatives of vehicle manufacturers, the automotive and information and communication technology (ICT) industries, governments and their regulators to discuss the status and future of vehicle communications and automated driving. The Future Networked Car will examine advances in the area of connected vehicles, from the perspectives of business, technology and regulation. Technical sessions will highlight the crucial roles of connectivity, information security and privacy. The symposium will also discuss how standards bodies can best collaborate to meet industry needs and to achieve interoperability.
Views: 271 ITU
Meeting international automotive emissions and fuel efficiency regulations | TÜV SÜD
 
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A comparison of laboratory-based emissions testing results with those from on-road testing show a significant and growing gap between reported and actual fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emissions. Pascal Mast, Head of Operations Automotive, talks about the new WLTP and RDE regulations for type approval and how TÜV SÜD ensures harmonised emissions testing procedures within the global laboratory network to deliver consistent test results across various countries. Find more information here: https://www.tuvsud.com/emissions-testing
Views: 110806 TÜV SÜD
Atlas World - Fire Suppression - UNECE R107 - Vehicle Approval Test 11
 
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The above video demonstrates a simulation of a vehicle engine fire where there is an oil leak dripping on to an exceptionally hot surface (normally the exhaust). The test demonstrates the effectiveness of the extinguishing agent against the potential for reignition within this volatile scenario. Atlas World is the leading Automatic Fire Suppression distributor for Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. In collaboration with Reacton Fire Suppression Ltd, we are able to Supply, Commission and Maintain high quality fire suppression systems to our customer base. The ‘Reacton’ CTX technology recently underwent extensive testing in Sweden for use within the transportation industry which proved exceptionally successful and resulted in a key accreditation being awarded to ReactonTM – UNECE R107. For more information please contact: T: 028 9039 1000 E: [email protected] W: www.atlasworld.co.uk
Views: 210 Atlas World
Head of Global NCAP says leaving EU will turn Britain into a rule taker, not a rule maker, for car s
 
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Head of Global NCAP says leaving EU will turn Britain into a rule taker, not a rule maker, for car safety regulation: http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/car-news/consumer-news/103719/brexit-to-make-uk-a-second-hand-dealer-in-car-safety. Thanks for watching, subscribe for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9zkcPvAe_p-bJhNf6DjPjg?sub_confirmation=1   One of the world’s leading car safety experts has said leaving the EU will render the UK a “second-hand dealer” in vehicle safety and emission standards. David Ward, secretary general of the Global New Car assessment Programme (Global NCAP), has said leaving the EU will have see the UK “withdrawing from a complex eco-system of vehicle regulation that has hugely improved car safety and saved tens of thousands of lives”. • Brexit offers “no advantages” to UK carmakers, say MPs Ward - whose Global NCAP organisation promotes vehicle safety and crash-test research, and facilitates cooperation between organisations like Euro NCAP and its worldwide counterparts - wrote on his personal website that Brexit will have “profound implications for the interests of the public and our automotive industry”. The Prime Minister has previously argued Britain’s membership of the UN Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) will allow it to continue to set vehicle safety standards post-Brexit. Ward dismisses this position as displaying “woeful ignorance” though, as EU countries block-vote during UNECE ballots on new vehicle regulations. The UNECE supervises the World Forum for the Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations, which sets regulations for vehicle type approval. Ward points out that “54 governments are parties to an international agreement for ‘type approval’ regulations”, with 38 of them “typically” attending meetings. As 28 of these countries are members of the EU and block vote, Ward says “it is EU decision-making that underpins the adoption of UNECE regulations and not the other way around.”    While he concedes that after it leaves the EU, “the UK will be free to exercise its sovereign rights to vote as it likes on new UNECE vehicle standards”, Ward says such instances will constitute “a kind of ‘mini-decision’ to be taken alongside the ‘mega decision’ already taken by the EU.” Ward’s comments follow warnings that EU country of origin regulations could seriously impact the UK automotive manufacturing scene post-Brexit, and echo reports that indicate the UK’s Vehicle Certification Agency will automatically lose its right to provide type approval after the country leaves the EU. Responding to Ward’s comments, the Department for Transport told that it is “committed to securing the best deal for Britain as we leave the European Union, and will work hard to ensure the UK motor industry and authorities continue to thrive and that Britain’s roads continue to be amongst the world’s safest.” The DfT’s spokesperson added that they were confident the VCA “will remain one of the world’s leading type approval authorities after we leave the European Union” and that by leaving the EU Customs Union, the UK will be “able to forge new trade relationships with our partners around the world for the first time in 40 years”.  #Head, #GlobalNCAP, #says, #leavingEU, #will, #turnBritain, #into, #rule, #taker, #rule, #maker #Home, #Carnews, #Consumernews, #BrexittomakeUKa“secondhanddealer”incarsafety
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Safety Belts. UNECE/FIBA Europe
 
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This TVC showcases a long list of "what not to do". It mixes three separate parts and two different messages. The first scenario is unrealistic and overly arty. This, with celebrity sports stars will result in low personal relevance. D -
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ADAS & Autonomous Driving Testing, Regulation & Homologation
 
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Review of regulations and working groups – including UNECE WP 29, ACSF, and ISO TC22 Understanding the state of R&D to identify safety keypoints Proposed testing scenarios, project case studies Future testing and homologation roadmap for ADAS and Autonomous Driving functions Speaker: Alain Piperno – Autonomous Vehicles Testing & Homologation Leader and Safety Expert, UTAC-CERAM, France Note from Alain: "Since my presentation in Brussels Autosens in September there have been some changes in regulation, standardization & testing of ADAS & AD." UTAC CERAM : http://www.utacceram.com UTAC CERAM on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkosoyP75JUxbuCnqDF9Oqg Find out more at (http://www.auto-sens.com). Presentation from AutoSens 2016 - the Vehicle Perception Conference - held at AutoWorld, Brussels, Belgium. ⇒⇒ Get our newsletter ► https://go.auto-sens.com/newsletter ◄
Views: 843 AutoSens
History of car safety regulations and equipment  1-3-17
 
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Host Kendra Cook, Sam Fiorani and Dan Olsen discuss the history of many auto safety regulations and equipment on this episode of Wheels Along the Road.
Views: 450 bctv.org
#FISEVI2018 "FISEVI contributes to Road Safety in Latin America" Edoardo Gianotti (UNECE)
 
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Edoardo Gianotti, member of the World Forum for the Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP.29) of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) talks about the importance of the International Child Road Safety Forum. More forum information: www.foroisevi.org/en/
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Head of Global NCAP says leaving EU will turn Britain into a rule taker, not a rule maker, for car s
 
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Head of Global NCAP says leaving EU will turn Britain into a rule taker, not a rule maker, for car safety regulation: http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/car-news/consumer-news/103719/brexit-to-make-uk-a-second-hand-dealer-in-car-safety#disqus_thread. Thanks for watching, subscribe for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9zkcPvAe_p-bJhNf6DjPjg?sub_confirmation=1   One of the world’s leading car safety experts has said leaving the EU will render the UK a “second-hand dealer” in vehicle safety and emission standards. David Ward, secretary general of the Global New Car assessment Programme (Global NCAP), has said leaving the EU will have see the UK “withdrawing from a complex eco-system of vehicle regulation that has hugely improved car safety and saved tens of thousands of lives”. • Brexit offers “no advantages” to UK carmakers, say MPs Ward - whose Global NCAP organisation promotes vehicle safety and crash-test research, and facilitates cooperation between organisations like Euro NCAP and its worldwide counterparts - wrote on his personal website that Brexit will have “profound implications for the interests of the public and our automotive industry”. The Prime Minister has previously argued Britain’s membership of the UN Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) will allow it to continue to set vehicle safety standards post-Brexit. Ward dismisses this position as displaying “woeful ignorance” though, as EU countries block-vote during UNECE ballots on new vehicle regulations. The UNECE supervises the World Forum for the Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations, which sets regulations for vehicle type approval. Ward points out that “54 governments are parties to an international agreement for ‘type approval’ regulations”, with 38 of them “typically” attending meetings. As 28 of these countries are members of the EU and block vote, Ward says “it is EU decision-making that underpins the adoption of UNECE regulations and not the other way around.”    While he concedes that after it leaves the EU, “the UK will be free to exercise its sovereign rights to vote as it likes on new UNECE vehicle standards”, Ward says such instances will constitute “a kind of ‘mini-decision’ to be taken alongside the ‘mega decision’ already taken by the EU.” Ward’s comments follow warnings that EU country of origin regulations could seriously impact the UK automotive manufacturing scene post-Brexit, and echo reports that indicate the UK’s Vehicle Certification Agency will automatically lose its right to provide type approval after the country leaves the EU. Responding to Ward’s comments, the Department for Transport told that it is “committed to securing the best deal for Britain as we leave the European Union, and will work hard to ensure the UK motor industry and authorities continue to thrive and that Britain’s roads continue to be amongst the world’s safest.” The DfT’s spokesperson added that they were confident the VCA “will remain one of the world’s leading type approval authorities after we leave the European Union” and that by leaving the EU Customs Union, the UK will be “able to forge new trade relationships with our partners around the world for the first time in 40 years”.  #Head, #GlobalNCAP, #says, #leavingEU, #will, #turnBritain, #into, #rule, #taker, #rule, #maker #Home, #Carnews, #Consumernews, #BrexittomakeUKa“secondhanddealer”incarsafety
Views: 10 oitssla Hcick
GRAELION CAB CRASH TEST - UNECE R29
 
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GRAELION passing cab crash test according to the norm UNECE R29 👉STRENGTH CERTIFIED!💪 Write to [email protected] for more information
Views: 575 tekne.it
Magirus Team Cab Crash Test
 
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The Magirus Team Cab is the first firefighting crew cab that passed a crash test according to the norm ECE-R29/03.
Views: 32194 Magirus GmbH
UNECE - Road Safety Week - Fatigue
 
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For every person killed on the road involved in an accident related to alcohol, two to three people are in an accident related to fatigue, according to road safety experts meeting this week in Geneva. To commemorate the United Nations Road Safety Week (6-12 May 2013), the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, UNECE and key partners are organizing a series of events at the United Nations in Geneva. Eva Molnar, Director of the Transport Division at the UNECE said that the crisis was global. She said that "if you look at the numbers since motorization started more than one hundred million people were killed on the roads. So comparing with wars we can say that lack of road safety kills as many or even more people than the wars, so this is an undeclared war for us." Molnar also explained that UNECE was hosting and servicing the UN road safety conventions as well as assisting governments to address road safety "in a 360 degree approach which means that you look at road safety management, behavior, you look at vehicle safety, infrastructure safety and overall you look at change management." It's well known that tired drivers are at a higher risk of causing severe road crashes but until recently law enforcement agencies have had a difficult time proving an accident was caused by lack of sleep. Uncontrolled reflexes when "waking up", extended reaction times or the complete absence of reaction can lead to road accidents resulting in severe damage, injuries and fatalities. It's hoped new technology on display at the United Nations headquarters in Geneva will change that. Michael CALE, a Traffic Safety Psychologist explained that the technology is very accurate and very reliable; he said that "it's more reliable and more reliable for most breathalyzers for alcohol." A pupillometer measures the reactions of the pupil. And according to Cale over the years pupillography has become a proven, efficient and objective method of detecting and measuring fatigue Cale said that, "We'll get to a stage soon that police officers will be able to enforce fatigue just as they can enforce alcohol today." For the full Road Safety Week programme, please visit: http://www.unece.org/trans/roadsafe/2nd_grs_week/programme.html
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Zero Race Arrival
 
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After an 80-day journey trip across the globe, the participants of the first Zero Emissions Race were welcomed at the Palais des Nations in Geneva by journalists and United Nations' staff and officials. Andrey Vasilyev, UNECE Deputy Executive Secretary, recalled that UNECE is servicing the World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations and it has recently launched a project on a monitoring tool for CO2 emissions in inland transport, to facilitate climate change mitigation. The organizers of the Zero Race, amongst which the famous activist Louis Palmer, are now planning a race in Europe during the summer 2011.
Views: 501 UNECE
UNECE 70th Anniversary
 
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67th Commission session - 26-27 April 2017
Views: 5695 UNECE
JS-09303: Install daytime running lamp on Toyota Wish !!
 
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This video just shows how to install DRL by yourself. The installing location does not meet UNECE vehicle regulation 48. Please choose our shorter DRL(such as JS-11303 ) to keep the distance between two lamps for 60 cm.
ECE R16 Sled Test
 
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ARIES' sled systems faithfully reproduce inertial effects of real crashes without destroying the actual vehicle. For R&D and Regulation compliance we have models such as: ECE R16, R17, R44, R80, FMVSS, EuroNCAP, Whiplash, among others.
Views: 4739 Aries Ingeniería
Panoramic sunroof test
 
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Author: Republic of Korea Informal Documents for the 162nd session of WP.29 (11-14 March 2014). More information here: http://www.unece.org/trans/main/wp29/wp29wgs/wp29gen/geninf162.html
Views: 13779 unecetrans
Presentation of Remote Control Parking (RCP)-Palais des Nations, Geneva
 
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UNECE hosted a vehicle’s automated parking systems demonstration in the Ariana Park at Geneva’s Palais des Nations. The Remote Control Parking (RCP) systems allow drivers to be outside the car during the parking maneuver and control the car’s motion via a smartphone or a smart key. The automotive industry is ready to market this system and is requesting regulators i.e the World Forum for the harmonization vehicle regulations - WP.29, serviced by UNECE, to allow such systems. The technical boundaries are being discussed this week by the experts of WP.29's Working Party on Active Safety (GRRF) to ensure that the benefits of these new technologies can be captured without compromising on safety. Automated driving will be on the key issues debated at the Frankfurt Motor Show opening on 17 September. It will even be discussed there today by the Ministers of Transport of the G7 with a demo of the same automated parking systems - see https://www.g7germany.de/Content/DE/Meldungen/2015/09/2015-09-03-g7-verkehrsminister-bmvi.html
Views: 189 UNECE
Simcenter Solutions for ADAS Testing
 
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Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) are the first step towards fully automated driving and is no longer only for high-end vehicles. At Siemens, we are fully equipped to perform all sorts of ADAS tests; from regulatory to development testing. Our dedicated team performs consumer tests for passenger vehicles, for example those devised by Euro NCAP. We are also fully equipped to perform all ADAS tests conforming to current UNECE regulations for trucks and buses. Additionally, all our ADAS activities are ISO17025 accredited. Together, we work towards a future with fully automated cars. To learn more about our automotive and transportation capabilities, visit https://www.plm.automation.siemens.com/global/en/industries/automotive-transportation/
Views: 194 Siemens PLM
MaximsNewsNetwork: SILENT CARS & MINIMUM NOISE STANDARDS for PEDISTRIANS (UN E.C. EUROPE)
 
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MaximsNewsNetwork: 07 September 2010 - UNTV: Geneva - Experts at the Geneva-based United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UN ECE), the body responsible for harmonizing global vehicle regulations, are working on a set of minimum noise standards designed to keep quiet vehicles from becoming a safety risk to pedestrians, especially the blind. Many people simply can't hear hybrid and electric cars, due to their ability to run in a nearly silent electric mode during most of their drive time. Last year, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in the US found that hybrid vehicles are twice as likely to be involved in accidents with pedestrians and bicyclists than other vehicles. The situation is especially critical for groups like the blind, who rely on being able to hear vehicles to avoid being hit. John Paré Jr, Executive Director at the National Federation of the Blind in the US said that "It's a huge problem. Blind people rely on the sound of vehicles to travel safely. We can't see cars, so if we can't hear the car, we're going to be hit by the car." So far, Japan is the only country to have come up with voluntary noise guidelines for makers of electric and hybrid vehicles, but the government is leaving it up to individual manufacturers to decide on the type of sound a vehicle will make. It's hoped national and regional governments will adopt a standard once they have been agreed on by UNECE's experts. ...... ( UNITED NATIONS TELEVISION: UNTV ) ... .............................................................. MaximsNewsNetwork: News Network for the United Nations and the International Community. See: http://www.MaximsNews.com. "GIVING POWER & RESONANCE TO THE VOICE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY" ..................................................................................
Views: 540 MaximsNewsNetwork
AEBS for trucks and buses according to ECE regulation using PreScan simulations
 
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For more information visit http://www.tass-safe.com/prescan and http://www.tno.nl/vehil Advanced Emergency Braking System (AEBS) is a forward looking, predictive safety system that aims to avoid or reduce the severity of rear-end collisions. The system uses the information from the radars monitoring the area in front of the traveling car to identify potential collidable objects and apply appropriate braking policy. The European Union (EU) has already announced that AEB systems will become mandatory for new commercial vehicles from 2013. This moviedemonstrates a virtual radar-based autonomous emergency braking (AEB) system for trucks simulated using the PreScan software developed by TASS.
Views: 2998 TASS Videos
2019 Hino 700 Series SR1E 6x2 2341 Prime Mover / Truck - Launch Review
 
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The new for 2019 Hino SR1E 6x2 2341 700 Series Prime Mover with liftable 3rd wheel ( new feature) has been launched in Malaysia. Fully brought in from Japan it features a 13liter 6 cylinder turbodiesel engine which makes 420ps and 1903 Nm torque. 12speed manual transmission. A lot of safety features as it complies with UNECE regulations for vehicle safety. #hino #truck #malaysia
Views: 3971 Motoring Malaysia
Executive Officer of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, Michael Sylver
 
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We caught up with Executive Officer of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, Michael Sylver, during his visit to EU Business School Geneva. He discussed EU Business School’s joint project with the United Nations and the success of the students’ modern and tangible approach.
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Driving in the UK
 
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In this video I describe what it is like to drive in the UK. The UK has 35 Million vehicles which is approximately 1 vehicle to every 2 people. The UK adopts the Right Hand Drive Configuration, The controls are moved over to the right hand seat. Although we are not the only country to use the Right Hand Drive, we slightly unique. we still have our indicator stalk on the left, which is the same as the rest of europe. this is different to other RHD countries which have their Indicator stalk on the right. We allow Left Hand Drive (LHD) cars from europe under the terms of the Vienna Convention on Road Traffic (UNECE) We are the only country in the world with both mph (miles per hour) and Km/h (Kilometres per hour) on our speedometers. the roads in the UK come in multiple varieties -Minor Roads (B, C, D, & Unclassified) make up 87% of roads -Major Roads (A) make up 12% of roads -Motorways (M) make up 1% of roads Together Motorways and A roads account for 65% of all road traffic the UK has over 7500 miles of Trunk Road which is managed by the individual constituent countries -The Highways Agency (England) -Transport Scotland (Scotland) -SWTRA & NMWTRA (Wales) -Road Service (Northern Ireland) The Speed limits vary based on the road type and the type of vehicle being driven.
Views: 123979 Everthing about The UK
Successful high fire load testning
 
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Fire testing in accordance with UNECE Regulation No 107 of the Economic Commission for Europe of the United Nations (UNECE) — Uniform provisions concerning the approval of category M2 or M3 vehicles with regard to their general construction [2018/237], ANNEX 13 - PART 1-Fire suppression system approved as a component, Appendix 4 - High-load fire with fan.
Views: 11 dafovehicle
Firetrace Bus test ECE 107
 
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Firetrace Ltd have created a new product to comply with the UNECE 107 standard. The Firetrace High Through-put Bi-Directional Powder Fire Suppression System went through vigorous testing in Sweden where it extinguished a number of large fire scenarios including extreme low temperatures, and forced ventilation. After 3 days of testing it was declared that Firetrace Limited had passed all tests and achieved the UNECE regulation 107 standard. www.firetrace.co.uk
Views: 369 Firetrace Ltd
Roll over and Impact tests for bus by TGGS in Thailand
 
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Overall Safety Bus Tests in Thailand by TGGS
Views: 3930 saiprasit koetniyom
Self Driving Cars
 
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Technology is developing fast and self-driving cars are being tested today in various countries. Now the challenge consists in finding ways to bring such cars on the streets. Francois Guichard, UNECE Transport Division, explains which potential dangers have to be paid attention to and how to tackle them. International cooperation amongst countries, the motor industry, the telecom and software industries, other standard developing organizations, and regulators will be needed to amend the transport conventions hosted by UNECE to provide the legal framework and regulations necessary to pave the way for autonomous cars. Find further information about UNECE's activities making inland transport safer, smarter and more sustainable at: http://ow.ly/QvN9M http://www.unece.org/
Views: 159 UNECE
Automotive Logistics Europe 2015: Regulations, Innovation and The Competitive Advantage
 
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Bonn, 12 March 2015: Automotive Logistics Europe 2015, Session 6A Changes in regulations affect the planning of logistics, as we move towards more environmental and safety compliance regulations. What will these effects have on the network? Do the regulations stimulate innovation? How are regulations affecting logistics ability to maintain a competitive advantage? What are the challenges of compliance? Moderator: Christopher Ludwig – Editor – Automotive Logistics Mike Sturgeon - Executive Director – ECG – the Association of European Vehicle Logistics Dimitrios Savvidis – Policy Officer – European Commission – Directorate General Climate Action (DG CLIMA) Bill Pawluk - CEO – CTM Silvio Bosle - Director - USB View the full conference page and more videos here: http://www.automotivelogisticsmagazine.com/events/europe-conference/conference-2015/programme
ITU WEBCAST: Symposium on The Future Networked Car 2018 - Part 2
 
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On 8 March 2018, ITU and UNECE convened the Symposium on the Future Networked Car (FNC-2018) within the 88th Geneva International Motor Show. Intelligent transport systems and automated driving are fast moving towards widespread commercialization and market acceptance. High levels of automation – the penultimate step to fully automa​ted driving – are expected on the road by 2020 and hold great promise to improve road safety, reduce congestion and emissions, and increase the accessibility of personal mobility to the elderly and persons with disabilities. ​​Held on the first public day of the Geneva International Motor Show, FNC-2018 brought together representatives of vehicle manufacturers, the automotive and information and communication technology (ICT) industries, governments and their regulators to discuss the status and future of vehicle communications and automated driving.​ Technical sessions will examine advances in the area of road safety taking advantage of connected vehicles (V2V, V2X) and automotive innovation from the perspectives of business, technology ​​and regulation. The Symposium explored the relationship between vehicle communications and automated driving analysing the crucial roles of connectivity, cybersecurity, blockchain, virtual reality and artificial intelligence. The symposium also discussed how standards bodies can best collaborate to meet industry needs and to achieve interoperability. ​For more information on sponsorship opportunities please contact [email protected] . ​​​​​
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Car seat regulations to change
 
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The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration is set to change regulations that could affect the way you secure your child in your vehicle.
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Korea initiates international standards for vehicle interior air quality
 
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신차 실내 공기질 국제 기준 한국 표준 채택 From fine dust to yellow dust... outdoor air pollution has always been a hot button issue in Korea. But with people spending more time indoors, including in their cars... there's growing concern over air quality within such enclosed spaces. Cha Sang-mi reports. Worsening air pollution has been a growing issue around the world, forcing people to seek spending more time indoors. That, of course, includes vehicles. As such, the so-called 'sick car syndrome' is gaining more attention these days. Nausea or headaches,... these are some of the symptoms that can be triggered by a variety of materials present in brand-new cars. The World Health Organization has recognized interior air pollution of cars is, in fact, a major threat to human health. To tackle this issue, Korea's Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport has been conducting research on the matter since 2003 to limit the amount of possible air pollutants in new automobile upholstery and interiors. As of last year, data show that the amount of toluene, one of the most harmful industrial chemicals, found in three major Korean car manufacturers, has decreased exponentially since 2011, when vehicle air quality tests were first implemented domestically. Based on statistics, Korea's transport ministry came forth with an initiative to regulate auto air quality measurement globally. And on November 15, Korea's proposal was selected as the new international standard by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe. (KOREAN) "Korea has already been regulating vehicle interior air quality, but just partial discussions were going on internationally. So we presented our standards and formed a Working Group in UNECE in 2015 and began serving as a Chair." Then how is air quality measured? A new car is directly transported from the production line to a testing lab after being stored inside a compartment at 20 to 30 degrees Celsius for 24 hours. For the ambient mode testing, which measures the levels of contaminants inside idle vehicles, the car is ventilated for 30 to 60 minutes, and then measuring tubes are left inside the vehicle for at least 15 hours. (Stand-up) "The air quality of the inside of the vehicle is measured using these tubes hung from the driver’s headrest, about 50 centimeters away from the steering wheel." This test, which is done within 28 days of production, aims at determining the levels of 5 volatile organic substances such as benzene, xylene and toluene and 3 carbonyl compounds such as formaldehyde and acrolein. (KOREAN) "Car manufacturers have been striving to reduce the presence of harmful substances inside new cars. It is meaningful that such efforts will pay off with an enhanced driving experience while keeping comfort and safety." Experts, however, are calling for a more detailed approach in vehicle interior air quality testing. (KOREAN) "Although the current proposed provisions are accurate enough, there needs to be more in depth case studies for each and every material used for a vehicle's interior." With Korea's vehicle interior air quality test procedures having gained international recognition, they are now expected to serve as a stepping stone for establishing a global standard in this field. Cha Sang-mi, Arirang News. Arirang News Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtvnews ------------------------------------------------------------ [Subscribe Arirang Official YouTube] ARIRANG TV: http://www.youtube.com/arirang ARIRANG RADIO: http://www.youtube.com/Music180Arirang ARIRANG NEWS: http://www.youtube.com/arirangnews ARIRANG K-POP: http://www.youtube.com/arirangworld ARIRANG ISSUE: http://www.youtube.com/arirangtoday ARIRANG CULTURE: http://www.youtube.com/arirangkorean ------------------------------------------------------------ [Visit Arirang TV Official Pages] Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld Homepage: http://www.arirang.com ------------------------------------------------------------ [Arirang K-Pop] YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/arirangworld Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangkpop Google+: http://plus.google.com/+arirangworld
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Calibration and adjustment of the phantom head acc. ECE R43
 
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The phantom head is allowed to hit the impact plate vertically. The drop heights (measured from the lowest point of the phantom head to the surface of the impact plate) are 50, 100, 150 and 254 mm. The deceleration curves should be recorded.
Extreme 4x4 from Russia - Amphibious VIKING-2992
 
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In the past 10 years alone, 3.5 billion people have been affected by flooding. Very few civilian vehicles exist today that can adequately support rescue operations. Viking has a high-flotation boat frame for full amphibious operation and is the only amphibious off-road vehicle in the world to have passed through certification to meet UNECE regulations. Its water propulsion system can drive the vehicle at speeds up to 15 km/h, allowing safe crossing of inland water obstacles even against the current. Low ground pressure balloon tyres with massive contact area provide performance similar to that of tracked vehicles, while minimizing environmental impact and soil damage for sensitive littoral roles. http://www.atonimpulse.com
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How to perform a Vehicle Check on Android with AllOnMobile
 
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Short video displaying how you can use the AllOnMobile Android app to perform your daily vehicle checks. Do your daily safety inspections with ease and comply with law regulations from the DVSA. ABOUT US AllOnMobile has been designed to integrate with existing back office applications via web services thereby eliminating the need to use other systems to manage your mobile work force. It can also be used as a standalone solution. Your company can now replace paper documents with electronic forms and manage your mobile workforce more efficiently. Back office administrators can automate the dispatch of work orders to their mobile users and the mobile user can raise a work order directly from their app. Functionality includes the ability to: • Navigate to a work location • Set custom locations whilst in the field • Capture customer signatures • Capture evidence via pictures and videos • Scan barcodes/QR codes • Attach images or PDFs to work orders • Generate a PDF copy of the completed work order and automatically email it to other colleagues or customers. • Customise the app with your company logo The solution also complements TomTom WEBFLEET via it's out of the box integration. For more information or to request a demonstration, visit http://www.AllOnMobile.com
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