Today, EDAR is Monitoring in Cities Throughout Europe
Transportation is one of the leading contributors to pollution around the world. Implementing technology such as EDAR assists in creating effective policies based on actual real-world emissions data from in-use vehicles. This powerful tool identifies whether or not individual vehicles are emitting within the approved regulations in the real world, not only in lab tests.
Additionally, a recent study in Belgium shows the EDAR system to be extremely effective in identifying heavy-duty trucks with defeat devices and malfunctioning SCR systems. Ad hoc detection rates of these trucks are below 10% without using EDAR. However, when using EDAR, the real-time detection rate rises to well over 86%.
The use of remote sensing to monitor vehicles entering Low Emission Zones and identifying high emitting vehicles more proactively assists in creating the change the world needs to improve air quality proactively and swiftly. Read about some of HEAT's European remote sensing case studies by clicking the buttons below.
State-of-the-Art Mounting System for European Deployments
HEAT's talented engineers designed and constructed a specialized truss mounting system made specifically with European roadways in mind. The truss has a compact footprint that is unalarming to motorists and is easily deployed with the push of a button.
Images of EDAR deployed in various locations around Europe