LIFE GySTRA project, coordinated by CARTIF, comes to an end and celebrates a final online event as a clause to its three years of work. The conference will take place on June 28 and will review all the progress achieved.
With the aim of reducing emissions from road traffic in cities and their high impact on the environment, LIFE GySTRA project arises in the same time when Europe has begun to prioritize sustainable mobility in cities. Madrid (Spain) and Sofia (Bulgaria) were the cities chosen to carry out the pilot tests based on the monitoring of vehicles with advanced remote measurement equipment through RSD+ devices, which will allow the control and quantification of traffic emissions in real conditions, and contribute to the creation of a global emissions management system.
OPUS RSE, the partner in charge of the design of the RSD+ device, will talk about the main functionalities of this device during this last workshop, with other partners of CIEMAT, who will explain its validation process. In addition, OPUS RESE and Sofia DA will show the demonstrations which were carried out in Madrid and Sofia.
Dolores Hidalgo, researcher in Agri-Food and Processes Division of CARTIF, will be in charge of welcoming and closing this final event, and Sergio Sanz, CARTIF researcher, will start the cycle of presentations to talk about the “Vehicle emissions and the environmental problems”.
This workshop will receive with some special invited as Aristoteles University of Tesalonica, who show the LIFE MILE 21 and H2020 DAYS projects, the International Council of Clean Transport who publicise the TRUE initiative, and Gate21, who detail the NEMO H2020 project, coordinated by CARTIF too.
You can register on the CARTIF website.
Program 28 June
Sesión 1 – LIFE GySTRA project
|09:50||Virtual room opensGreetings, settling in, setting up.Self-organised|
|10:00||Welcome||Ms. Dolores Hidalgo (CARTIF)|
|10:05||Vehicle emissions and environmental problem||Mr. Sergio Sanz (CARTIF)|
|10:15||The Remote Sensing device and its validation||Mr. Javier Buhigas (OPUS RSE) |
Mr. Manuel Pujadas (Ciemat)
|10:30||Madrid Demonstration||Mr. Javier Buhigas (OPUS RSE)|
|10:40||Sofia Demonstration||Ms. Elitsa Panayotova (Sofia DA)|
|10:50||Questions and answers|
Sesión 1 – Running projects on real driving emissions
|11:00||MILE21: More Information Less Emissions – Empowering consumers for a greener 21st century||Mr. Nikiforos Zacharof (LAT – Aristotle University)|
|11:15||DIAS – Smart Adaptive Remote Diagnostic Antitampering Systems»||Mr. Dimitris Kontses (LAT – Aristotle University)|
|11:30||TRUE Initiative: The Real Urban Emissions||Ms. Sheila Watson (FIA Foundation)|
|11:45||NEMO: Noise and Emissions Monitoring and radical mitigation||Mr. Peter Liljenberg (Gate 21)|
|12:00||Questions and answers|
|12:10||Remote Sensing Policies||Mr. Roberto Fraile (Councillorof Innovation, Digital Transformation and Economic Developmentof Alcobendas)|
|12:25||Closure||Mr. Sergio Sanz (CARTIF)|