CLEPA is collecting feedback to develop the CCAM SRIA (Strategic Research Innovation Agenda)
Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility (CCAM) is expected to reshape mobility in Europe and globally. The goal is to create more user-centred, all-inclusive mobility, while increasing safety, reducing congestion and contributing to decarbonisation. This requires a system approach to innovation: including infrastructures, vehicles, operations and services.
In this context, work is progressing rapidly with respect to the EU Partnership on CCAM which is being created to harmonise Research and Innovation (R&I) efforts in Europe in order to accelerate the implementation of innovative CCAM technologies and services. The aim is to unfold the full systemic benefits of new mobility solutions enabled by CCAM: increased safety, reduced environmental impacts, and inclusiveness. Although the CCAM Partnership focuses on road transport R&I, relevant interfaces with other modes are taken into consideration in order to make sure that safety is increased overall, that efficiency is improved, and the use of available infrastructure is optimised, and that new multi-modal services can be developed for the benefit of users and society as a whole. All connectivity aspects contributing to CCAM and to the value chain supporting CCAM will be taken into account.
Currently the focus of the CCAM Partnership is on developing a shared, coherent and long-term R&I agenda, in line with the vision of an “European leadership in safe and sustainable road transport through automation”. CLEPA is leading the work in Cluster 2 “On-board Technologies”, collecting feedback ahead of the next ‘Stakeholders meeting’ on 16 June 13.30 -15.30. In Cluster 2, the objective is to define the R&I Actions needed to enable safe and reliable on-board environment perception and decision-making technologies, integrating complex in-vehicle systems-of-systems with advanced sensors, control and actuators, relying on extensive computational power and artificial intelligence for decision-making, and requiring well-designed, user-relevant and informative human-machine interfaces to allow intuitive and seamless transfer of control between the driver and the vehicle .
For further information, please contact David Storer, Director Research, Innovation & New Mobility at email@example.com
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