European Common Evaluation Methodology for CCAM webinar 08/05

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The EC-funded FAME (Framework for coordination of Automated Mobility in Europe) Action supports the commitment of the European Commission and the CCAM Partnership to provide a long-term coordination framework for R&I and large-scale testing and evaluation activities in Europe.

As part of this European framework for testing on public roads, FAME has developed the European Common Evaluation Methodology (EU-CEM), providing guidance for how to lay the foundation for a successful evaluation of CCAM projects. EU-CEM aims to ensure high quality evaluation which provides reliable input for decision- and policy-making, both among industry and authorities.

The first draft of the EU-CEM handbook is now public, for all to read and to provide feedback (you can download the draft EU-CEM handbook from early May on at

Using the EU-CEM will make evaluation results from both European and national projects easier to compare and complement each other. It provides a common vocabulary, to support projects in communicating their approaches and findings to the CCAM community and to society.

The webinar on 8 May from 11:00-12:00 will introduce the EU-CEM first draft, its components and related guidelines. It will also be an opportunity to collect feedback and suggestions for improvement towards the final version to be released next year. The webinar is of interest to anyone involved in evaluation of CCAM systems and services, in existing projects and in proposal writing.

Access here for registration and the agenda.