Antoine Jeanjean talks Project ACCRA at this year's National Air Quality Conference and Awards
Updated: Jul 24, 2019
The conference takes place on 4th October 2018 at Lords Cricket Ground with a focus on government clean air strategies, the future role of road transport and creation of clean air zones in cities using innovative techniques.
We are delighted to be invited to present at the annual National Air Quality Conference by Air Quality News, following the successful completion of project ACCRA (Autonomous and Connected vehicles for CleaneR Air).
ACCRA used real time air pollution measurements captured by our Zephyr® air quality sensor to automatically activate zero-emission running of hybrid vehicles as they passed through some of the most polluted streets in Leeds City Centre. This was a project led by Cenex with partners including Dynniq, Transport Systems Catapult, Leeds City Council and TEVVA Motors.
Antoine will be presenting a 20 minute talk entitled ‘Creating Clean Air Zones in Heavily Polluted City Streets,’ starting at 12pm. He will provide an overview on the successes of project ACCRA, highlighting the scope this project has for other local authorities to use a similar system to drive change and help tackle air pollution for a cleaner future.
Conference agenda & other speakers
The National Air Quality Conference is an exclusive one-day event with presentations from experts and interactive Q&A’s running right through the day. Other guest speakers include DEFRA’s Harriet Wallace –
Deputy Director for Air Quality & Public Health, and Karen Exley – Group Leader for Air Quality & Public Health for Public Health England.
Be sure to book your place for the conference in advance as spaces are limited. The conference will be followed by the National Air Quality Awards in the evening and specially priced joint tickets are also available to book.
Look forward to seeing you there!