Summary

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    Vehicles, energies

    and environment

    Road safetyConnected mobilityMobility & society
    1.1 - Four challenges to address: a great opportunity!

    2.0 - Road safety around the world: key challenges and issues

    3.0 - Connected mobility: the challenges

    4.0 - Mobility and society: the challenges

    1.2 - Vehicle Energy Consumption

    2.1 - A Global vision of road safety

    3.1 - Intelligent transport: an economic, social and ecological challenge

    4.1 - Mobility and society, an overview

    1.2.1 - Reducing the weight of vehicles

    2.2. - Primary safety: preventing accidents

    3.2 - ITS applications

    4.2 - Usership or ownership
    1.2.2 - Improving aerodynamics

    2.3. - Secondary safety: limiting the impact of an accident

    3.3 - Connected cars what are they for?

    4.3 - Eco-Driving

    1.2.3 - Reducing internal friction

    2.3.1. - Secondary vehicle safety: steady progress

    3.4 - Connected mobility, increased productivity

    4.4 - Accessibility to mobility

    1.2.4 - Low energy consumption tires

    2.3.2 - Secondary infrastructure safety: an investment priority

    3.5 - Connected mobility: obstacles to overcome

    4.4.1 - Preeminence of the car in emerging countries

    1.2.5 - Improving traffic flow

    2.4 - Tertiary safety

    3.6 - Physical or Virtual Mobility?

    4.4.2 – Too much individual transport drives to congestion

    1.3 - Thermal engines, fuels and emissions

    2.4.1 - Tertiary safety implementation

    3.7 - ITS: a new economic model

    4.4.3 - Massive investment to correct the imbalance of the transport offer

    1.3.1 - Improving the output of combustion engines

    2.5 - Educating motorists

    3.8 - Intelligent transports and regulations

    4.4.4 - The electric car, the future of mobility?

    1.3.2 - Conventional Fuels

    2.5.1 - Educating motorists: the applications

    4.5 - Public transport, intermodality

    1.3.3 - Alternative Fuels

    2.6. - Road safety economics

    4.5.1 - Public transport applications

    1.3.4 - Fuels and emissions

    2.7 - A decade of action for road safety 2011-2020

    4.5.2 - Convenient intermodal hubs

    1.3.5 - Reducing Emissions

    2.8 - Legislation,Incentives, Standards

     

    4.5.3 - Intermodality: an efficient and legible offer
    1.4 - Electric Motorizations

     

     

    4.6 - Last mile delivery, a triple challenge

    1.4.1 - Electric Vehicle Motors

    4.6.1 - Last mile issues

    1.4.2 - Improving battery energy density and power

    4.6.2 - Innovative solutions for a fluid last mile

    1.4.3 - Developing fuel cells

    1.4.4 - Electricity and Hydrogen production

    1.4.5 - Electric vehicles and co2 emissions

    1.5 - Hybridization

    1.5.1 - Hybrid technologies

    1.5.2 - Expanding regenerative braking

    1.6 - Dynamic deployment of electric vehicles

    1.6.1 - An economic model for electric vehicles

    1.6.2 - Boosting the electric vehicle market

    1.7 - Electricity and Hydrogen Charging

    1.7.1 - Electricity distribution infrastructure for battery electric vehicles

    1.7.2 - Hydrogen distribution networks

    1.8 - CO2 emissions and climate

    1.8.1 - Influence of greenhouse gases on the climate

    1.8.1.1 - Some of the IPCC’s conclusions

    1.8.2 - Acting on climate change

    1.9 - Carbon economy, monetization of externalities

    1.9.1 - Economic instruments to cut emissions

    1.10 - Noise

    1.10.1 - Urban noise pollution

    1.10.2 - Noise reduction

    1.10.3 – Night deliveries

    1.10.4. - Noise and urban electric vehicles

    1.11 - Renewal and retrofitting fleets

    1.12 - Eco-design and recycling

    1.12.1 - The life cycle of a vehicle

    1.12.2 – Vehicles and the Circular Economy

    1.13 - Legislations, incentives and standards