The European Commission places a high priority on the deployment of automated road transport. It has set up the ARCADE to ensure that connected automated technologies are deployed in a coordinated and harmonised manner, which will accelerate the implementation of safe and connected automated driving in Europe.
- Project Name: Aligning Research & Innovation for Connected and Automated Driving in Europe (ARCADE)
- Project type: Coordination and Support Action (CSA)
- Programme: Horizon 2020
- Topic: DT-ART-02-2018 Support for networking activities and impact assessment for road automation
- Starting date: 01/10/2018
- Duration: 36 Months
- Total funding: 2.4 M€
- 24 direct partners from 11 EU MS
- Coordinator ERTICO – ITS Europe
ARCADE is a Coordination and Support Action that coordinates consensus-building across stakeholders for sound and harmonised deployment of Connected, Cooperative and Automated Driving (CAD).
ARCADE supports the commitment of the European Commission, the European Member States and the industry to develop a common approach to development, testing, validation and deployment of CAD in Europe and beyond.
The ARCADE project will run for three years and aims to establish a joint stakeholders forum in order to coordinate and harmonise automated road transport approaches at European (e.g. strategic alignment of national action plans for automated driving) and international level (in particular with the US and Japan). Towards this objective, ARCADE will organise the Second European CAD conference in 2019 and is open to associated partners beyond the confinements of the consortium.
Cooperation between all CAD stakeholders (e.g. industry, research, member states, European Commission and international partners) from the different sectors (e.g. automotive, infrastructure, ICT and service provisions)
Coordination of cooperation efforts between all programmes, initiatives and projects, including national and European research programmes as well international cooperation activities
Exchange of knowledge, lessons and experiences from past and ongoing activities at national, European and international level
Consensus building on CAD deployment scenarios and research needs for connected and automated driving