Last modified on December 19, 2023
CCAM Partnership latest new members and updated SRIA version
The CCAM Partnership, co-programmed with the European Commission under the Horizon Europe Framework, was launched in 2021 to promote and facilitate collaborative research, testing and demonstration projects on Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility, and bring together the different actors of the CCAM value chain at European level to accelerate the innovation pace and implementation of automation technologies and services.
The CCAM Partnership has welcomed in 2023 15/16 new members, bringing the total to 219 CCAM members.
The Partnership has also elected a new Vice-Chairman on the Administration Board of the CCAM Association: Hamid Zarghampour, Chief Strategist at the Swedish Transport Administration’s Department of Strategic Development.New leaders and co-leaders of CCAM clusters have also been elected:
- Guido Di Pasquale (Pave Europe) – Co-leader for Cluster 1 Large Scale Demonstrations
- Paraskevi Michalaki (National Highways UK) – Leader for Cluster 4 Integrating CCAM into the transport system
- Dimitris Milakis (DLR) – Co-leader for Cluster 6 Societal aspects and people needs
- Anna Larsson (RISE) – Co-leader for Cluster 7 Coordination
Moreover, the new appointed Partnership Board delegate from the Physical and Digital Infrastructure member category is Tom Alkim (MAPtm).
Last but not least, the Partnership has approved the updated version of its Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda. You can access the revised document here to explore the newly incorporated research and innovation requirements and needs that are aligned with the CCAM Partnership’s goals to bring CCAM technologies to success.
Source: The original article was published here.