The Main Objetives of the LIFE GySTRA project are:
Implementation of a new sustainable mobility policy based on empirical information related to traffic emissions with the following aims:
- Control and quantify real driving traffic emissions.
- Create a global emission management system for two types of users:
- Public model: directed to public entities with legislative power to reduce up to 20% traffic emissions through the identification of high emitters, notification to the owners and imposing a system of bonuses and/or penalties to promote the repair of the vehicle.
- Fleet model: directed to private or controlled fleets (e.g. buses or trucks fleets) to reduce up to 20% of vehicles emissions and 3-5% of fuel consumption.
Development of a new tool based on the remote sensing technology, the RSD+. It will measure real driving emissions at fixed locations according to EU standards, in a non-intrusive manner, with high accuracy and on a large scale the most worrisome emissions for the EU population: in addition to NO, HC, CO and PM it will also measure NO2.
Demonstration that the application of the emission management system has a long trajectory since it could be implemented by administrations from any country.
The publication and dissemination of the results to different interest groups: scientific circles, public administrations, private companies, consumers and automobile associations, etc., in order to replicate the model in other EU Member States.