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LIST takes the initiative to create the smart cities of the future - Article in English
The development of so-called smart cities has become a priority for governments worldwide as the pace of urbanisation quickens. According to the United Nations, more than half of the world’s population now live in urban areas, and urbanisation is a major phenomenon in almost every country across the globe. Read more.
Source: ITOne, Luxembourg
ERTICO to lead new European clean mobility project - Article in English
The impact of road traffic on local air quality is a major policy concern and MODALES (MOdify Drivers’ behavior to Adapt for Lower EmissionS) is a new EU research project that will contribute to a reduction in pollution from all types of motorized vehicles by encouraging the adoption of low-emission oriented driving behavior and maintenance choice. Read more.
Source: Traffic Technology Today
Maintaining your vehicle and modifying your driving behavior to reduce polluting emissions: the MODALES research project - Article in French
The objective of the MODALES project is to substantially reduce the air pollution created by motorized vehicles, by encouraging drivers to adopt virtuous behavior both in terms of driving and maintaining their vehicle. Read more.
MODALES: Reducing air pollution by modifying user behaviour - Article in English
From September 2019, FIA Region I will participate in the new EU research project MODALES (MOdify Drivers’ behaviour to Adapt for Lower EmissionS). Read more.
HORIZON 2020 project MODALES inaugural meeting of which UTAS is one of the partners was held in Brussels - Article in Turkish
MODALES is one of the most important projects prepared to improve the relationship between vehicle power unit, brake, tire and driver, including air quality particles. Retrofit, vehicle inspection and regular maintenance relationships will also be covered within the scope of the project. Read more.
Source: OKAN University
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020
research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 815189.