Open consultation: CCAM solutions in Europe
DG Research & Innovation is running a survey to gather insights, opinions, and expectations regarding the current state and future prospects of Connected, Cooperative, and Automated Mobility (CCAM) in Europe.
CCAM refers to a European initiative aimed at promoting and advancing research and innovation in the field of connected, cooperative and automated vehicles for road transport. By leveraging automation and digitalisation, these self-driving vehicles will be connected to each other and to their environment, as well as seamlessly integrated into a larger transportation system, to make the mobility of people and goods safer, greener, smarter, and more sustainable.
In order to make CCAM solutions ready for deployment, R&I, standards, and regulations need to advance in a synchronised way. This requires flexible and close cooperation between a wide-ranging set of public and private actors. Most importantly, Europe needs more large-scale testing, demonstrations, and pilot projects involving all relevant stakeholders to accelerate the deployment readiness of CCAM.
Input from stakeholders will help better understand the current enablers and barriers towards the development, implementation, and deployment of CCAM solutions. The answers will also help make sure the European policy objectives are aligned with the mobility challenges of today and tomorrow.
The survey takes approximately 10-15 minutes and is open until the end of September.