Logistics and Air Quality – How do we drive further improvement?: EMISSIONS & AIR QUALITY Smart Class Retrospective

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The advent of the Euro VI truck will see logistics’ local emissions fall by 80-90%. But how can we get further improvements in performance in the 2020s, given that the UK requires 2.5 million tonnes of goods delivered into its urban areas every day of the year? At EMISSIONS & AIR QUALITY Smart Class 2019, the Freight Transport Association’s Head of UK Policy, Christopher Snelling, examined the role of future fuels and power sources, alternative methods of delivery, data sharing and consolidation.

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EMISSIONS & AIR QUALITY Smart Class 2019

EMISSIONS & AIR QUALITY Smart Classes show key buyer side stakeholders how they can deploy the latest digital technology-enabled solutions and best practices to improve urban air quality and drive down emissions and air pollution in our cities and regions.

  17/04/2019

   London, UK

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AirProfiling
Imperial
Videalert
Vortex IoT
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FTA
The Climate Reality Project
The Climate Reality Project

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