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International workshop on “Vehicle Technologies for Connected, Cooperative & Automated Mobility”

International workshop on “Vehicle Technologies for Connected, Cooperative & Automated Mobility”

16 Jun 2021


The aim was to provide a perspective on the current state-of-the-art and expected developments over the coming years based on relevant first-hand experience and expertise from different stakeholders directly involved in the development and implementation of Vehicles Technologies in Europe and from around the world. The need for international cooperation regarding standards and regulations was also addressed.

The workshop began with an introductory session and a presentation by the European Commission Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, followed by industry experts presenting the CCAM Partnership and related EU funded projects, such as the Mobility. E Lighthouse COSMOS project, which was organising an event on collaboration for Electric, Connected and Automated Mobility on the following day.

This was followed by two technical sessions, with the first one focusing on environment perception, decision making and artificial intelligence, moderated by Gereon Meyer (VDI/VDE-IT) and Margriet van Schijndel (TU Eindhoven). The second session addressed aspects of safety in connected and automated mobility such as human-machine interaction, human factors, life-on-board and inclusiveness, and was moderated by David Storer (CLEPA) and Peter Urban (IKA – RWTH Aachen).


Opening session

Keynote Presentation

L3Pilot Project: Aria Etemad, L3Pilot Coordinator, Volkswagen Group Research

Technical Session AFocus on Environment Perception, Data fusion, Decision-Making and Artificial Intelligence

Keynote presentation

SAE International’s Standards Roadmap for Connected & Automated Road Vehicles: Ed Straub, Director of the Office of Automation, SAE International

Technical Session B – Focus on Safety, HMI (Human Machine Interaction), Human factors, Life-on-Board and Inclusiveness