Identifying the main challenges that arise in the context of cybersecurity within the autonomous connected mobility sector

We are looking for European citizens with an interest in contributing to the mobility of the future by helping us to identify the main challenges that may arise in the deployment of Autonomous Vehicles in the context of cybersecurity for the general society and people with special needs.

The SELFY project aims to address continuous assessments of the robustness and resilience of CCAM-enabled mobility solutions versus cyber-attacks, malfunction, misuse or system failure of the systems in use.

To achieve this, the project develops a set of tools generating a distributed global solution, where protection, response and recovery decisions will be managed locally or globally, increasing the overall CCAM resilience.

With your collaboration, you will help us contribute to achieving much safer and more inclusive mobility, ensuring that the mobility of the future is accessible to everyone. 

Survey for European citizens

Goal: Study to validate use cases and gather opinions of the society regarding the use of autonomous vehicles and associated technologies in the context of cybersecurity. The survey is primarily oriented towards Europe but we hope it can be generalized to other regions of the world.

Length: This survey should take you approximately 1015 minutes to complete. 

Participants: European citizens, society.

Survey targeting disability, gender and elderly associations & their members

Goal: Study to validate use cases and know the opinion of the disability ecosystem, as well as from elderly and gender equality entities, regarding the use of autonomous vehicles and associated technology.

Length: This survey should take you approximately 25–30 minutes to complete.

Participants: members of entities in the disability ecosystem, associations promoting elderly & gender inclusiveness and accessibility in the mobility sector.

About the surveys


Voluntary participation

Participation is entirely voluntary and anonymous as we won’t be able to link the results to a respondent.

Data processor

The surveys will be carried out through the Google Forms platform, acting as the data processor, and no type of registration or identification of the participant will be required.

Upon completing a survey, the data will be transferred to AEVAC and Eurecat to perform a segregated analysis of the anonymous responses. Your data will not be transferred to third parties unless legally required, in which case authorization will first be sought from those involved.

Provide answers to all mandatory questions

The survey can only be sent once all the mandatory questions have been answered and after clicking the send button on the last page. Once the survey has been sent, it will not be possible to modify it or request the deletion of your results.

Data protection

Necessary technical and organizational security measures have been implemented to ensure the security of the data provided, preventing its alteration, loss, processing, and/or unauthorized access.

Your responses will be treated confidentially and the information you provide will remain anonymous in any research outputs/publications. Data will be processed in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation 2016 (GDPR) and the Data Protection Act 2018.