The European Commission launched the Connected Cooperative and Automated Mobility Platform
The purpose of this European Commission's platform is twofold: (i) to coordinate efforts related to the open road testing of connective, cooperative and automated mobility in Europe; and (ii) to identify research needs for the imminent European partnership on CCAM research and innovation.
The platform is made up primarily of Member States and approximately 30 associations, including GECKO partner Polis.
The plenary session took place on 25 June whereas the kick off meeting of the 6 platform working groups took place the day after on 26 June. The working groups are:
- WG1: EU agenda for CCAM testing
- WG2: R&I project coordination
- WG3: Digital & physical infrastructure
- WG4: Road safety
- WG5: Cyber security & in-vehicle data
- WG6: Connectivity
The membership application process remains open. Click here for more information
The next meeting of the working groups will take place on 9 September 2019.Back to all News