Tantalum: opportunities for fully-paid pilot in cities

The company Tantalum is developing real-time vehicle emissions estimation technology from engine data. The system will be able to incentivise more ecological driving and therefore reduce emissions. Where better driving can save 15% of fuel it can halve NOx emissions. This technology could be used as a alternative or a complement to existing regulations such as Low-Emission Zones (LEZs)
In cooperation with University College London, Tantalum is now looking for European cities, which are planning to implement a Low Emission Zone, in order to work to deliver a large-scale pilot by the end of 2018.
The pilot would be wholly funded by Tantalum with no expectation of an ongoing commercial engagement.
If you would like to discuss further, please contact Matthew Pencharz at or Thomas Mourey at Polis, at

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