The SELFY project was represented during the 4th European Conference on Connected and Automated Driving (EUCAD23) celebrated from 3rd – 4th of May in Brussels (Belgium).
As part of the conference, an exhibition of European and national projects was organised at the Autoworld Museum showcasing different projects, demonstrations and initiatives of the CCAM sector. The SELFY project, which counted with its own booth, was included in the European CCAM Association area together with other sister projects.
Some of the project’s sister projects presented during the exhibition include RoadView, AWARE2ALL, SAFE-UP, AI4CCAM, FITDRIVE, ULTIMO, SUNRISE, i4DRIVING, AWARD, MOVE2CCAM and PODIUM, among others.
Fanny Breuil, SELFY project’s coordinator from Eurecat, participated in the Conference attending a high-level policy-oriented sessions, and thematic and technical events to discuss the most recent technological developments, policies and R&I activities in the area of CCAM.
The SELFY project is developing a toolbox made up of collaborative solutions with the objective to improve and promote a cybersecure, resilient and trustworthy Cooperative Connected and Automated Mobility sector.
The 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 with the aim to discuss the way forward towards implementation of large-scale demonstrations, and deployment, of CCAM solutions, in Europe and beyond.
The Conference was organised by the European Commission in collaboration with the European Partnership on Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility (CCAM) and the FAME project.