Adapting driver behaviour for lower emissions

 

YEARS

European partners

international partners

pilot sites

MODALES vision is to substantially reduce air pollution from all types of on-road vehicles by encouraging adoption of low-emission driving behaviour and proper maintenance choice.

MODALES proposes a user-centric approach to addressing all of the challenges which on the one hand enhance low-emission practices and on the other hand suppress high-emission behaviour by researching, developing and testing a number of innovative and complementary solutions in four key areas (namely, Driver, Retrofits, EOBD and Inspection) in order to substantially reduce vehicle emissions from 3 main sources (i.e. powertrain, brake wear and tyre wear).

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Check out the brand new MODALES brochure!

Check out the brand new MODALES brochure!

MODALES has produced a 4 page brochure outlining the project's main objectives, trial site map and key technical information. Want to learn about MODALES through graphics? Have a look at...

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27-30

April 2020

TRA2020

TRA, the Transport Research Arena, is the largest European research and technology conference on transport and mobility. In 2020, TRA takes place in Helsinki, Finland. Themed Rethinking transport – towards clean and inclusive mobility, TRA2020 brings together experts from around the world to discuss the newest innovations and future of mobility and transport.   More Details

18-20

MAY 2020

ITS European Congress

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MODALES will be the first major project considering the interaction of powertrain, brakes and tyres together with the driver’s behaviour, to develop knowledge and guidance for “low-emission driving”, together with maintenance and retrofit aspects.

– Andrew Winder

Project Coordinator

Our Partners

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020
research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 815189.