Traffic Exhaust Emissions control with Remote Sensing Devices (RSD)

Real-time analysis Real-time software gives very detailed information of each vehicle analyzed in real time



Real Time measuring of Exhaust emissions:
Nox – PM – HC – CO
Speed and acceleration
Weather conditions
Picture of the licenseplate

How does the RSD work? The RSDs remotely measure exhaust emissions from motor vehicles as they are driven past the RSD on streets and highways

The emissions are measured spectroscopically by casting a narrow infrared (IR) and ultraviolet (UV) beam of light across the road and through the trailing exhaust of passing motor vehicles.

A mirror then reflects the IR/UV light back to a series of detectors that measure the amount of transmitted light at characteristic wavelengths absorbed by the pollutants of interest.

By subtracting any pre-vehicle background absorption from the amount of IR/UV light absorbed by the various tailpipe pollutants, the system can determine the pollutant levels in the vehicle’s exhaust.

RSDs generate a massive amount of data which can be transmitted through 4G, analysed in realtime and available24/7. Clients can securely access a reporting platform via internet,where they can personally customize reports and information. Emissions data can easily be integrated with other existing databases. A connection to traffic databases can be established to collect the technical data of each measured vehicle.

Monitoring the real-driving emissions in urban areas.
Evaluating traffic emissions impact in European cities.
Finding cheaters and tampered vehicles with the police.
Analyzing private and public fleet emissions: buses and trucks.
Studying real-driving emissions of specific cars after the “Dieselgate”.
Awareness campaigns for the citizens.
Research projects.