OPUS RSE is a Spanish company and the only entity in the world that has ISO-17025 accreditation for the remote measurement of motor vehicle emissions.
With more than 15 years of experience developing, manufacturing and marketing RSD – Remote Sensing Device – technology, OPUS RSE is today the main national and international technology provider in the sector.
OPUS RSE has extensive experience in R&D and technological development projects, and its RSD technology has been used on all 5 continents, with significant growth in recent years. OPUS CSR helps all actors and those responsible for mobility management to design solutions and policies with real data, in order to make assertive sustainability measures and decisions.
Its intelligent solutions are based on the remote measurement of real emissions from vehicles in circulation, through portable or fixed optical remote sensing devices, called RSD – Remote Sensing Device, which, in real time and non-intrusively, They measure the emissions (NOx, CO, PM, HC and NH3) expelled from the exhaust pipe of each vehicle that passes in front of the sensor. At the same time, its speed and acceleration are measured, environmental parameters such as pressure, temperature and humidity are recorded and the vehicle’s license plate is identified thanks to a video camera.
Over the last few years OPUS RSE has achieved:
- Convert its technology into the most used and tested worldwide to remotely measure vehicle emissions in real driving conditions.
- Participate in important and decisive national and international research projects with excellent results, as well as contribute to the generation of knowledge on sustainable mobility.
- Lead innovation and proposals for new legislative regulations that take into account real vehicle emissions.
- Help the actors and those responsible for mobility management to design policies based on real data, in order to make efficient and fair measures and decisions.
All this is achieved thanks to the analysis of millions of vehicles each year throughout the planet.