LIFE GySTRA: Second monitoring meeting held

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On 8 April, the LIFE GySTRA consortium held its second monitoring meeting. OPUS RSE hosted this meeting. Representatives of all partners attended the meeting together with the project monitor, Raquel Navarrete.

The meeting explained in detail action by action the work carried out in each of them and its results. A financial review was also carried out.

Due to the busy schedule and weather conditions of that day in Madrid (rain), it was not possible to visit the RSD+, but a streaming demonstration was possible thanks to a truce in rainfall. Raquel Navarrete will visit the RSD+ on site next week if weather conditions permit.

On the other hand, next June 28 will take place in Madrid the Event of ‘Remote Sensing’ – Environmental policies and vehicle exhaust gases: The potential of remote sensing –

The LIFE GySTRA project, funded by the European Union, aims to create a new sustainable mobility policy based on empirical information on road traffic emissions. Vehicles are measured under real driving conditions with remote sensing devices (RSD). The RSD technology is a tool that allows administrations to control the actual emissions of vehicles on their roads, strengthen vehicle type-approval regulations and increase road surveillance.

This event will present the progress of the LIFE GySTRA project and connect it with the plans of several European authorities to improve air quality in cities.

Date: 28 June 2019
Registration at 9:30 a.m.
End of conference: 14:30

Address: Sala Europa, Representative of the European Commission in Madrid. Paseo de la Castellana, 46; E-28046, Madrid, Spain

Link for registration:

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