- Even newly launched vehicle types must also ensure compliance with the regulation by July 2022
- All newly produced cars must comply with the regulation by July 2024 at the latest
- The European Union has already adapted UN R156 into applicable law, meaning that the respective requirements are legally binding in the EU
- Non-European car manufacturers who want to sell their cars in UNECE member states, are required to adopt equivalent principles to UN R156 and demonstrate compliance
Thus, there is a significant pressure on the automotive value chain to act in order to correctly set the course for the newly defined requirements for software updates, the software update management system and over-the-air updates in practice.
Our experts at CYRES have prepared a comprehensive Guide to UN R156, ISO 24089 and their effect on SUMS.