The CCAM (Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility) partnership encompasses more than 150 members across different industry sectors, research institutes and universities, associations and clusters, service providers, and national and local authorities, who work to help removing barriers and contribute to the acceptance and efficient roll- out of automation technologies and services.
The CCAM partnership was founded in a joint effort between the CCAM Association and the EU Commission to align efforts between public and private entities to gather all types of stakeholders willing to collaborate at the European level to advance it’s goals utilising industry, universities and research institutes, services providers, associations and clusters, and public authorities from national and local levels. With cooperation across industry stakeholders at the core of it’s values, members aim to accelerate the development and uptake of automation in mobility to improve road safety, to ensure inclusivity in mobility, while strengthening the competitiveness of the industry within the EU.
In the context of the Green Deal, CCAM represents the largest concerted effort to focus on the aspects of the deal around the development and implementation of digitisation and automation in mobility across the EU.
With CLEPA’s Director of Research, Innovation and New Mobility, David Storer on the executive board of the Association, CCAM will work towards these ends until 2030.
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