Eurecat, the SELFY project’s coordinator, attended the multi-cluster meeting of the Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility Association (CCAM), celebrated last 22nd of November in a hybrid format, online and in Brussels (Belgium).

Víctor Jiménez, project’s technical coordinator and researcher at the IT&OT Security Unit of Eurecat, participated in the session “CCAM Partnership projects forum”, a panel debate on crucial findings to-date, identified research gaps in the CCAM sector to be addressed, introducing the SELFY project

During the session, SELFY was highlighted as a key European project working to promote a safe and secure operation amongst CCAM vehicles and mobility systems and services, enhancing trust and end-user adoption of CCAM solutions. The presentation also included an explanation about the SELFY tools being developed, as well as the standards and regulations for deployment.

Additionally, representatives from i4Driving, IN2CCAM, SINFONICA and ULTIMO project, four European projects working in the field of CCAM, participated in the session. 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.