R&I Projects

This section lists and categorizes R&I programmes and projects developing, testing and implementing connected, cooperative and automated mobility (CCAM).

The section also includes a map of CCAM testing and demonstration activities classified by test types (public road tests, corridors, test tracks, and simulators) and by vehicle types used in the tests (shuttle, passenger vehicles, and trucks).

Finally, a list of lessons learned can also be found, from national and EU-funded CCAM projects (from Financial, Operational/Organisational, Social or Technical standpoint), as well as related to Field Operational Tests organisation and regulations/ policies.

These activities can either be European (EC or other types of funding) or national programmes, inside or outside Europe. The listed initiatives are either completed or ongoing.

ARCADE is working with TRIMIS (Transport Research and Innovation Monitoring and Information System) database, which already features a vast number of projects at European (FP4, FP5, FP6, FP7 and Horizon 2020), national and international levels. ARCADE filters the projects in the specific CAD domain while the complete information per project is available on TRIMIS, along with key results of the project (and, where available, any final report and other useful project documents for download).

This list is by no means exhaustive and thus, we welcome your feedback about any missing entry or any correction and update necessary. Please use the feedback form to send us your comments and input. To add a new project reference, please complete the following template (*) and upload it together with your message in the feedback form.

(*) This template follows the requirements of TRIMIS so that your project can also be added to their database in parallel 

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