The Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) is a comprehensive roadmap for implementing the CCAM Partnership and its objectives. It provides a flexible background for identifying and defining call topics for research and innovation activities to be included in the Horizon Europe Work Programmes. It also serves as a basis to develop shared activities with national programmes and other Horizon Europe Partnerships.

What is SRIA ?

The SRIA is the result of a process in which all partners collaborate to link the vision of the Partnership to a portfolio of R&I actions. It also forms the basis for annual or multiannual work plans and defines the long-term logic of actions that will allow the CCAM Partnership to reach its objectives. The document follows and complements the CCAM Partnership Proposal.

Access the SRIA

The SRIA is not a still document. It will be updated in the course of the Partnership to reflect major technological advancements, emerging opportunities and challenges, as well as evolving needs.


Through the identification of the 4 problem drivers, SRIA defines a set of objectives to advancing CCAM solutions and preparing them for deployment (Deployment Readiness), key elements of the CCAM Partnership vision. The Deployment Readiness is status defined by combining the validated safe system functioning, a good understanding of the expected impact and potential risks, together with users and society’s readiness to accept, adopt and demand CCAM solutions. 

Main actions to achieve Deployment Readiness are Large- scale Demonstrations with pilots, Field Operational Trials (FOT) and in living labs.

Timeframe proposed

Developing the building blocks


This phase is dedicated to develop the main building blocks in terms of vehicle and infrastructure technologies, key-enablers, methods to engage with users and citizens, as well as methods to validate safe system functioning. Large-scale Demonstrations will focus on less complex use cases with limited ODDs.

Advancing technical maturity


In the second phase of the programme, the CCAM Partnership will advance the technical maturity of technologies by testing and validating in operational environments and if possible already implement in Large scale Demonstrations Projects, or further advance the TRL to prepare them for implementation in the final Programme Phase.

Further implementing in Large-scale Demonstrations all over Europe.


Trials in Living Labs all over Europe.

To get the right impacts,
valued by the European Commission

Societal impact

Improving safety and security of the transport system drastically
Meeting societal needs for mobility while reducing environmental impacts and strengthening our economy

Economic impact

Maintain and extend industrial leadership for new jobs and economic growth all over Europe

Scientific impact

Strengthen leadership in all technological and societal aspects of CCAM through targeted knowledge and capacity building