Eco-Driving Reference Library
15 pages | 914 Kb
Published: November 19, 2007
Source: International Transport Forum, Workshop on Ecodriving, Paris, 22nd November 2007
Slide 1: Climate impacts and energy costs were the driving forces for setting up a process focussing on energy-efficient driving.
Slide 2: Energy-efficient driving involves large numbers.
Slide 3: Safety and punctuality retain their priority even when energy-efficient driving patterns are used.
Slide 4: We aim at a sustained change in the driving patterns of our 12,000 drivers in the Passenger Transport Division
Slide 5: Qualification on energy-efficient driving starts with theoretical seminar and is practised on the job and on the simulator
Slide 6: To achieve sustainable knowledge, a variety of media is used to inform train drivers on energy-efficient driving
Slide 7: Challenging the train drivers on the simulator by competition
Slide 8: ESF EBuLa calculates a recommendation to switch off traction current so that trains still arrive at their destination on time
Slide 9: Train drivers with very high or low energy consumption are identified for monthly feedback talks on their individual driving patterns