EUCAD 2023

The 4th European Conference on Connected and Automated Driving is held as a physical event[1] gathering industry, research and political leaders to discuss if technology and society are ready for the deployment of smart, inclusive and sustainable mobility solutions.

The European Commission, together with the European Partnership on Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility (CCAM) and the FAME project[2], are pleased to announce the 4th European Conference on Connected and Automated Driving (EUCAD2023), which will take place in Brussels on 3 and 4 May 2023.

In line with the European Green Deal and the Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy, it is the ambition of the European Commission to leverage the digitalisation of transport with climate-neutral objectives to make transport smarter, safer, and more sustainable. Innovative solutions like Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility are helping to achieve these green and digital priorities, offering affordable, user-oriented, and inclusive shared mobility concepts for passengers and for goods.

EUCAD2023 is the only event gathering political leaders from the European Commission and Member States with European and international high-level representatives of industry, academia and road authorities to discuss the way forward towards implementation of large-scale demonstrations, and deployment, of CCAM solutions, in Europe and beyond.

Debate, develop and deploy! EUCAD2023 will:

  • Take stock of latest research, policy, and regulatory developments in the field of CCAM;
  • Demonstrate European projects and recent R&I results to support the market uptake of CCAM solutions;
  • Allow major road transport stakeholders to participate in active debates and identify challenges, needs and synergies towards the deployment of CCAM;
  • Provide input to the Strategic Research & Innovation Agenda of the CCAM Partnership to reflect latest R&I priorities and strategic objectives, to make CCAM a reality.

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[1] Registration for in-presence participation is now closed.
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[2] FAME is a Research and Innovation Action funded by the European Commission’s Horizon Europe framework programme, aimed at building consensus across stakeholders from all sectors for a sound and harmonised deployment of CCAM in Europe.


Participants from the private and the public sectors

Representatives from the European Institutions

Representatives from the automotive and telecom industries


Road operators, public transport operators, regulators

Research centres and universities

Insurance companies


Speakers from the US, Japan and other non-European countries