Find out for yourself
how vehicle population
will change and where

Get your hands on our expertise

With decades of experience carrying out transport assessments in order to guide European law makers we have now bundled our expertise into utilities software. You can now conduct preliminary studies yourself, although we are, of course, on hand should you need us. Whether you want to know how vehicle population figures will change or how emissions levels will fluctuate across the different vehicle categories and where, you can now do it for yourself. We are excited about our new and featured product, Intelair, which builds on all our experience, software and advances in modelling so far. As a result, there is no other air quality modelling system that comes close to Intelair’s accuracy, giving it real potential to revolutionise the way we can manage our exposure to poor air quality and legislate for cleaner air.

Projecting vehicle population and emissions wherever you need

Sibyl was designed for you to be able to conduct policy impact assessments yourself whether you are a legislator, vehicle manufacturer or need to know the impact of emissions on the environment. Sibyl has preinstalled data which enables you to predict vehicle population and emissions levels on a country. As well as using our Copert industry standard algorithm Sibyl’s power is in its ability to be self-sufficient and self-adjust. You formulate the scenarios and Sibyl will project outcomes.

The industry standard emissions calculator

COPERT is the EU standard vehicle emissions calculator. It uses vehicle population, mileage, speed and other data such as ambient temperature and calculates emissions and energy consumption for a specific country or region. Also COPERT is a technologically advanced, transparent and internationally recognised research tool.

Motor vehicle emissions modelling for Australia

COPERT Australia is the result of a joint effort of EMISIA and the Queensland Department of Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts (DSITIA). COPERT Australia calculates greenhouse gas and air pollutant emissions from road transport, covering all important vehicle classes and driving conditions in Australia.

COPERT Street Level: from a small street to a big city

COPERT street level is a completely new approach to calculating emissions from road transport. It is based on the well-known COPERT software but brings a whole new approach to the level of calculations. You can now calculate emissions on a single street or on a full city street network. It requires the minimum set of input data to produce results. Emissions can then be displayed on a GIS map to improve visualization.

Ready to go vehicle fleet and activity data for the member states of the EU 28

Find out for yourself how vehicle population will change and where.
See for yourself how emissions will vary wherever you want to know them.
Discover for yourself the impact of current & future legislation on emissions policies.
We offer you all the data that you need to do all of these.

Projecting vehicle population and emissions wherever you need

Wiseride is an intelligent traffic routing application. Through a phone app it offers you the most fuel efficient, fastest, shortest but also most environmental friendly route to your desired destination. It was funded by the Greek government and uses COPERT as a base algorithm.

The smart portal for emissions testing

If you already have raw emissions data that we haven’t measured for you then Triten is a solution that makes sense of that data. Before data can be analysed it needs to be stored, processed and visualised. This is exactly what we have designed Triten to do. It can process any raw emissions data, not just PEMS data. Its software includes a portal with cloud networking capability, making it possible for you to get the exact performance and emissions data and the expert support you need.

Knowing the air we breathe

Intelair is able to map air quality over the area it has been set up in. It takes into account vehicle emissions levels, weather patterns and geographical features amongst other factors so as to give an accurate real time air quality “forecast.” It’s been designed to be set up over urban areas, where initial readings are taken by probes and the system is trained and calibrated. Once the system has been set up it can be maintained by non-specialists and is perfectly suited for local municipalities to provide for their residents.