AI4CCAM at FAME workshop and CCAM Partnership Multicluster Meeting
FAME is organising a public workshop in Brussels on Wednesday, 8 March 2023, in conjunction with the CCAM Partnership Multicluster Meeting which will take place on 9 March (for members of the CCAM Association only). The EU-funded FAME project’s mission is to support the European Commission and the CCAM Partnership in coordinating CCAM R&I and testing activities in Europe.
The objectives of this workshop will be twofold: enable R&I projects concertation in support of the CCAM Partnership’s Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) update; gather the needs and feedback from R&I projects and the CCAM community on the Knowledge base and the Taxonomy which is being developed as part of the European Framework for Testing.
The European Framework for Testing on Public Roads and the EU-wide Knowledge Base developed and maintained by FAME constitute key tools for projects to set up and evaluate demonstrations, co-create and use harmonised methodologies and exchange best practices and lessons learned. The content of the Knowledge Base should also serve as a basis for the identification of future R&I and demonstration needs for updating the CCAM Partnership’s SRIA and developing future Horizon Europe Work Programmes in CCAM.
The CCAM Partnership Multicluster Meeting will discuss achievements and ongoing initiatives. The CCAM Partnership was born on 2021 to create a more user-centered and inclusive mobility system, increasing road safety while reducing congestion and environmental footprint; develop a more collaborative research, testing and demonstration projects in order to accelerate the innovation pace and implementation of automated mobility; work together at European level to help remove barriers and contribute to the acceptance and efficient rollout of automation technologies and services.
AI4CCAM, represented by the project coordinator Arnaud Gotlieb, Simula Research, will be attending both events as an auditor. This will be a first and important opportunity for the project to network and establish a dialogue with sister initiatives.
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For further information on the CCAM Partnership, click here