The European Commission, together with the ARCADE project, is pleased to announce the third European Conference on Connected and Automated Driving, which will be held virtually from 20 to 22 April 2021.
It is now time to make Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility (CCAM) a reality together. The European Commission intends to establish a new European Partnership on Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility under Horizon Europe. The partnership aims to align better public and private efforts through a common and long-term R&I agenda. It will accelerate the implementation of smart, innovative and sustainable mobility solutions for all.
EUCAD 2021 will be a high-level and evidence-based conference where policy challenges meet innovative solutions to deliver on societal benefits. The event is the only conference in Europe that brings together political leaders from the European Commission and Member States with high-level representatives of industry, knowledge institutes and road authorities to exchange knowledge and experience on the most recent technological developments and policies in the area of cooperative, connected and automated mobility (CCAM).
CLEPA has contributed to the organisation of the programme and the exhibition. The first two days of the programme are primarily policy-oriented while the third day is fully dedicated to break-out sessions discussing specific R&I challenges.
Secretary-General Sigrid de Vries will take part in the Plenary 1 on 20 April, to discuss the expectations towards the new CCAM (Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility) partnership in Horizon Europe, from the perspective of the industry, along with representatives from the European Commission.