Self-driving vehicles: European automotive R&D leading the global race
New study on automotive patents shows that Europe is leading the global race for self-driving vehicle innovation
More than 300 key stakeholders discuss automotive research and innovation at EUCAR Conference in Brussel
Automated driving experience demonstrates L3Pilot research results
Brussels, 9 November 2018 – Research and innovation in the field of automated driving was high on the agenda of the 2018 EUCAR Conference earlier this week. A lively debate on the future of urban mobility, brought policy makers and authorities together with auto manufacturers, researchers...
The ARCADE project (Aligning Research & Innovation for Connected and Automated Driving in Europe) is a Support Action to coordinate consensus‐building across stakeholders to define a common approach to development, testing, validation and deployment of Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility (CCAM) in Europe and beyond. To achieve this, ARCADE will improve the understanding of the factors and measures that can foster the adoption of connected, cooperative and automated vehicles. By fostering harmonised approaches to CCAM deployment in Europe, the project aims to strengthen Europe’s competitive edge and market penetration. ARCADE will also allow for better comparability and...
The CARTRE project is a Coordination and Support Action to accelerate development and deployment of automated road transport by increasing market and policy certainties. To achieve this, CARTRE will support the development of clearer and more consistent policies for EU Member States in collaboration with industry players, ensuring that automated road transport systems and services are compatible at EU level and are deployed in a coherent way.
Other objectives include: the creation of a solid knowledgebase of all European activities, to support current activities and structure research outcomes by enablers and thematic areas; to setup a platform for sharing and re-using data and...