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25 - 27 October, 2016
Germany

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Presentation on the comparison of RDE testing and the WLTP as evaluation tools for emissions and fuel consumption

Read this exclusive presentation by Piotr Bielaczyc, Department Manager, Engine Research Department at BOSMAL in Poland,on the topic of: "RDE testing and the WLTP as evaluation tools for emissions and fuel consumption". 

Presentations

European Commission on implementing PN-PEMS for RDE procedures

Read this exclusive presentation by Barouch Giechaskiel, Scientific Laboratory Manager, Institute for Energy and Transport, Joint Research Centre (JRC) at the European Commission in Italy on the topic of: "Implementing PN-PEMS for RDE procedures". 

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Articles

After years of ignoring real world driving emissions the Auto industry is under attack

German automakers have been criticized for building too many gas guzzling luxury cars. Vehicles such as the Mercedes-AMG G 65 SUV, powered by a 630-hp 6.0-liter V12 which pumps out an astounding 397 g of CO2 per kilometer, are polluting the atmosphere at more than 4 times the desired 2020 limits.

Why do OEMs ignore real world driving conditions? Learn more from this article.

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Report on Developments in Emissions Testing Systems Report

Studies recently conducted by the Joint Research Centre (JRC) and some member states have shown that many light duty vehicles, particularly Euro 5 diesel vehicles, on the market today are not compliant with regulatory emission limits under real driving conditions. Previous results collected on Euro 3-5 vehicles indicate that real driving NOx emissions of light duty vehicles have barely changed over the last decade, despite increasingly stringent targets.

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Random Cycle vs Portable Emission Measurement System Report

In a report released in May 2013 the non-profit International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) found "real-world" carbon emissions for new cars based on fuel consumption, to be about 25 percent higher on average than carmakers claim. This compared to 10 percent a decade ago.

Even before the release of these findings, legislators in the European Parliament had proposed the introduction of a tougher testing procedure by 2017: Although some EU member governments have requested a delay until 2020.
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