DIAS aspires to deliver impact in the following areas:

Regulatory impact 
By bringing the step change needed to provide reliable and harmonized data and approaches to regulation. Implementation of the diagnostics system will significantly contribute to transport policy and will support authorities and other regulatory bodies with the appropriate and advanced tools to monitor vehicle fleets.

Economic & commercial impact
As a critical component of transport anti-pollution infrastructure, the emission control system of vehicles is essential for society and particularly for industry, and therefore economic growth of European countries. Thus, delivering reliable tools for assessing manipulated vehicles and providing solutions for reducing their negative impact will significantly influence European and the global economy, and, if properly implemented, generate considerable climate co-benefits.

Societal impact and well-being
This will take place by confidently addressing societal needs to understand the tampering phenomenon. DIAS can additionally deliver impact through its strong consortium membership, which involves international collaboration.