Faurecia is to test real-time emissions monitoring in a fleet of DHL commercial vehicles in Singapore.
The two-year pilot project will equip the vehicles with sensors to monitor NOx and particulate matter emissions from diesel vehicles.
Faurecia will also provide a digital city dashboard to share live information, allowing the user to interact with drivers and provide recommendations to reduce their ecological footprint through more responsible driving behaviours.
Nicolas de Franc Ferriere, vice-president, commercial vehicles and high horsepower, at Faurecia, said: “Faurecia is particularly honoured to have been chosen by the National Environoment Agency of Singapore – the world’s most advanced city in the field of smart and sustainable mobility – to testbed our solutions designed to reduce emissions coming from road transportation and improve air quality in cities.
“The partnership with DHL Express, which follows on from their Go Green strategy, is also a great example of how the mobility value chain is committed to control their emissions towards a greater sustainable mobility.”