The EC project eCoMove has developed cooperative systems and applications for eco-driving, eco-logistics planning and eco-traffic management. When combined, these can deliver up to 20% reduction of fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. The EC project ecoDriver targets the same reduction by providing appropriate green driving feedback for any given situation, through a dedicated  human machine interface.

Both projects presented their methodology for validation and impact assessment at the 9th European ITS Congress in Dublin on 4 June 2013. This workshop was an opportunity to consult with valued stakeholders on the future of these solutions and the barriers and timeframe for their implementation (based on technological, political and societal variables).

The presentations and workshop notes are now available HERE