Ricardo Quarterly Q3 2014

Ricardo Quarterly Q3 2014

Real-time heavy duty vehicle emissions: As cities across Europe struggle to meet urban air quality limits, research in Brighton & Hove on the city’s buses has highlighted how vehicle technology, route topology and traffic flow can influence the real-time emissions of public transport fleets.

Offshore reliability: Developing offshore wind energy is far more challenging than simply placing land-based turbines at sea. We reveal how Ricardo’s innovative designs dramatically improve reliability to achieve commercially attractive energy costs.

Q&A – Laurent Troger, Bombardier: As European president of the world’s largest transportation provider, Laurent Troger is uniquely qualified to comment on how rail, air and road modes will evolve.

RQ viewpoint: Cautious attitudes hold back the off-highway industry’s appetite for innovation, says Ricardo’s Simon Mall. Read online.

Ricardo news: Engineering innovation at low-carbon show; Ricardo supports Clean Air Power, helpsTurkey’s climate change adaptation and wins Indy race transmission supply deal.

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