Eurecat, the SELFY project’s coordinator, participated in the multi-cluster meeting of the Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility Association (CCAM), which took place from 24th – 25th of October in Brussels (Belgium).

Fanny Breuil, project’s coordinator and R&I programme of Eurecat, presented the SELFY project during the session “CCAM projects 2021 – Cluster Leaders and project coordinators on project results’ expectations and links to the CCAM SRIA”. Víctor Jiménez, project’s technical coordinator and researcher at the IT&OT Security Unit of Eurecat, was also present in the session.

The presentation offered a general overview about the project, the toolbox to be developed, the use case scenarios and the expected outcomes and a brief explanation about the SELFY’s relations to the partnership and the links to the CCAM Strategic and Innovation Agenda (SRIA), comprehensive strategy for implementing the CCAM Partnership and its objectives.

On the other hand, the session included the presentation of other European projects such as SHOW project, FAME, SINFONICA, Move2CCAM, EVENTS project, Roadview, Sunrise, Augmented CCAM project, PoDIUM, and CONNECT. The SELFY project will be building synergies with these projects through collaboration on transversal activities like dissemination, standardisation and communication, among others.

The Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility (CCAM) is an international not-for-profit association which represents the private sector of the CCAM partnership, bringing together more than 180 innovation stakeholders involved in the connected, cooperative and automated mobility field.