Measuring and inspecting motorcycles in real time

Unveiling the Unseen: Lifting the Veil on Motorcycle Emissions

In the hustle and bustle of our cities, motorcycles weave through traffic, offering a nimble solution to commuting conundrums. They zip by, leaving behind the scent of adventure and the faint trail of exhaust. Yet, amidst their convenience and allure, a lingering question remains: what is their true impact on our air quality? Motorcycles are often overlooked in discussions about emissions. It's a gap in our understanding that begs to be filled.


LENS is a three-year Horizon Europe project assisting enforcement authorities, cities, and regulators to decrease the contribution of mopeds, motorcycles, tricycles and quadri-mobiles to noise and air pollution. It is an innovative project poised to revolutionize our approach to motorcycle emissions. Short for "LENS - L-vehicles Emissions and Noise mitigation Solutions," this groundbreaking endeavor aims to shed light on the real-world impact of motorcycles on air quality. By harnessing the power of remote sensing devices, LENS ventures into uncharted territory, capturing emissions data from motorcycles as they traverse our streets.


But LENS is more than just a scientific endeavor; it's a beacon of progress and possibility. With a mission to uncover the hidden truths of motorcycle emissions, this project holds the promise of a cleaner, healthier future for our cities. By identifying high-emitting motorcycles in real-time with Opus Remote Sensing Technology, LENS paves the way for targeted interventions and proactive measures to mitigate pollution.

LENS is bringing together experts from across disciplines to tackle a problem that affects us all. We've officially started on-road measurements in the Belgian city of Leuven, with an outstanding support of the local police force!

To learn more about LENS and its groundbreaking efforts, visit LENS Project Website. Together, let's unveil the unseen and pave the way for a cleaner, greener tomorrow:


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