On June 23, the European Commission and the CCAM Association formally kicked-off the Co-Programmed CCAM Partnership by signing the Memorandum of Understanding. The CCAM Association is to promote and facilitate pre-competitive research on Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility (CCAM) within the European Research Area, by bringing together the different actors of the CCAM value chain.

Who we are

The CCAM Association

The role of the CCAM Association is to represent the innovation stakeholders in the Co-Programmed Partnership CCAM in the Horizon Europe programme.

Since it started, it already gathers more than 150 members: different industry sectors,research institutes and universities, associations and clusters, service providers, and national and local authorities.

Co-programmed Partnership Goals

  • Increasing safety in road transport.
  • Ensuring inclusive mobility and goods access for all.
  • Reducing negative impacts from road transport on – environment.
  • Strengthening competitiveness of European industries.
  • Capitalising knowledge to accelerate development and deployment of CCAM solutions.

What we do

The 7 Clusters structure the activities of the CCAM Partnership, organising the necessary R&I actions to advance towards deployment readiness.

Members of
the Association

Why
join the
Association ?

Europe needs more collaborative research, testing and demonstration projects in order to accelerate the innovation pace and implementation of automated mobility. By joining the Partnership, you commit to work together at European level to help remove barriers and contribute to the acceptance and efficient roll- out of automation technologies and services.

What are the benefits?

Be informed and contribute to design the topics of the CCAM calls for projects to be published under Horizon Europe.

Network with other stakeholders highly involved in collaborative research for CCAM at international level.

Follow up the Partnership projects results and participate to the update of the CCAM Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA).

Get informed and support joint actions with other European Partnerships and linking with national activities.

Contribute to the European standardisation and regulation development.

Get involved

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