Joint workshop of ARCADE CAD Stakeholder Network and ERTRAC Working Group on Connectivity and Automated Driving
13 February 2020, Brussels, Belgium
This was the third workshop of ARCADE Joint Connected and Automated Driving (CAD) Network and ERTRAC Working Group on Connectivity and Automated Driving, after the previous events in February and April 2019.
In the first two workshops, stakeholders and experts defined together benefits, challenges and bottlenecks of automated driving, which were compiled in a first series of reports (see thematic areas section), and a consolidated roadmap.
In that consolidated roadmap, ARCADE has defined a number of actions for the different thematic areas (together with application specific priorities) at technical, systems & services and societal levels. This third workshop aimed to further explore, validate and expand these key priorities identified.
Short introduction about ARCADE
Overview of CAD consolidated Roadmap (2019 release)
Presentation of CAD Knowledge Base
Consolidated results and plans for the second release of ARCADE Roadmap
- Introduction of the action-based approach process
- Presentation of first-year reports and selected actions
- Plans for the second release of the Thematic Area reports
Roadmap (2019 release) per technology, systems & services and society Thematic Areas
- In-vehicle Enablers
- Human Factors
- Physical & Digital Infrastructure
- Big data/ Artificial Intelligence
- New Mobility Services
- Safety Validation
- Policy & Regulation
- User Acceptance
- Socio-economic Impact
- Develop a common EU testing & validation methodology
- Organize both large-scale pilots (low level TRL) and FOTs (high level TRL) to assess the implications of the new technology and related services in different environments
- Designing Cooperative Interaction of Automated Vehicles with Other Road Users in Mixed Traffic Environment: Development of HMI solutions and evaluation criteria
- Design and test inclusive automated mobility concepts
- Foster the development of new ecosystems, new types of partnerships, new business models in the fields of services
- Harmonize definition of Operational Domains (ODs) and the vehicle designs (functionalities) needed for given ODs
- Define the involvement of public authorities in the early stage of deployment to create trust among stakeholders
- Develop common procedures for training of AI-based vehicle control systems
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