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Project coordinator

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. The Laboratory of Applied Thermodynamics (LAT) belongs to the Energy Division of the Mechanical Engineering Department, in the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. Coordinator of the project, LAT will be leading the development of the vehicle engine/emission simulator.

Contact: Prof. Zissis Samaras, E-mail: zisis[AT]auth.gr

 

Project partners

Centro Ricerche Fiat. CRF is Fiat group centre of expertise for innovation, research & development. In ICT-Emissions, CRF contributes to the development of the Vehicle Fuel Consumption model, the integration, development and validation of the overall methodology.

Contact: Mr. Roberto Tola, E-mail: roberto.tola[AT]crf.it

 

AVL List GmbH is the world largest privately owned and independent company for the development of powertrain systems as well as instrumentation and test systems. AVL will carry out fuel consumption simulations for a large number of vehicle classes adopting alternative future powertrain configurations. Moreover, AVL will contribute to interfacing the fuel consumption databases and its fuel consumption simulation tool CRUISE to the traffic simulator in order to enable traffic simulation on both a micro and macro level.

Contact: Mr. Christian Vock, E-mail: christian.vock[AT]avl.com

 

Berner & Mattner Systemtechnik GmbH provides products as well as engineering and consulting services for the automotive, aerospace, defence and rail industries. Berner & Mattner mainly will contribute to the specification and implementation of the common ICT-Emissions traffic simulation model and the definition and development of driver-vehicle models.

Contact: Mr. Werner Maier, E-mail: werner.maier[AT]barner-mattner.com

 

Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (UPM) is the oldest and largest Spanish technical university, with more than 4.000 faculty members, around 38.000 undergraduate students and 6.000 postgraduates. TRANSYT-UPM is the the Transport Research Centre of UPM. TRANSyT-UPM has a leading role in the traffic modelling. TRANSyT-UPM also has an active role monitoring traffic situations and in the software specification and definition.

Contact: Ms. Cristina Valdès, Email: cristina.valdes[AT]upm.es or Mr. Álvaro García Castro, E-mail: agarcia[AT]caminos.upm.es

 

Tecnologie Telematiche Trasporti Traffico Torino srl (5T) was founded in July 2000 under mandate from the Turin Municipality. The term 5T stands for ‘Telematics Technologies for Transport and Traffic in Turin’ and it is also the name of an advanced integrated telematics mobility management system that currently operates over a large section of the metropolitan area of Turin. 5T will provide among other things the “point of view“ of the local authorities and traffic control centres, stressing out their needs and their perspectives.

Contact: Mr. Massimo Cocozza, E-mail: massimo.cocozza[AT]5t.torino.it

 

Polis is a network of European cities and regions supporting innovation for a more sustainable urban and regional mobility. Polis leads dissemination activities and will established and manage the ICT-Emissions exploitation group.

Contact: Dr. Florinda Boschetti, E-mail: fboschetti[AT]polisnetwork.eu

 

IVECO is an international leader in the development, manufacture, marketing and servicing of a vast range of light, medium and heavy commercial vehicles. CSST will be the active IVECO partner in ICT-Emissions. Centro Studi sui Sistemi di Trasporto (CSST) since 1st January 2011 is a Branch of IVECO. Before of that it was a company belonging to FIAT Group that has operated in the field of transport and traffic studies for forty years. CSST will provide a key contribution to tasks related to traffic monitoring and control.

Contact: Ms. Silvana Toffolo (CSST), E-mail: silvana.toffolo[AT]cnhind.com

 

Agenzia Roma Servizi per la Mobilità was founded on 1 January 2010. RSM (Rome Mobility Services Agency) is fully owned and directed by the Municipality of Rome (Roma Capitale) and its mission is to give support to the Mobility Department in the exploitation of its policies. RSM will provide data to the project in order to build the integrated methodology. Also, RSM will facilitate the application of the ICT model in real driving situations in Roma, for validation.

 

 

Madrid-Calle 30. The city of Madrid operates the Madrid inner orbital motorway through the public body Madrid-Calle 30. It currently manages the operation, conservation and maintenance of the distribution ring “Calle 30″ as well as the surrounding infrastructures such as links, bridges, parks and open spaces included in the ring. Madrid-Calle 30 will have an active role in task 2.4 providing traffic data, driving patterns information and network characteristics of the City of Madrid. It will also provide suitable testing areas with and without interventions in order to monitor real-world traffic data. Besides data providing and study cases testing, Madrid City will assess the use and the validity of the model outputs from the point of view of local authorities.

 

Joint Research Centre (JRC) – Institute for Environment and Transport (IET). The JRC is a Directorate of the European Commission. The mission of IET is to provide support to Community policies and technology innovation to foster sustainable and efficient transport in Europe. IET will mainly contribute by providing know-how and personnel resources on aspects of monitoring and modelling traffic and related emissions.

Contact: Mr. Vincenzo Punzo, E-mail: vincenzo.punzo[AT]jrc.ec.europa.eu

 

ICT-Emissions cooperates with other projects:

AMITRAN:  www.amitran.eu

ECOSTAND: www.ecostand-project.eu

MULTITUDE:  www.multitude-project.eu

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ICT-Emissions “Development of a methodology and tool to evaluate the impact of ICT measures on road transport emissions” is a project funded by the European Commission, 7th Framework Programme-ICT under Grant Agreement No. 288568.

The project started on 1st October 2011 and ended on 31 March 2015.

 

 

 

 

 

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