3rd Stakeholder workshop of the joint CAD network
Joint workshop of ARCADE CAD Stakeholder Network and ERTRAC Working Group on “Connectivity and Automated Driving”
Venue: ERTICO – ITS Europe office, 326 Louisa Avenue, Brussels
We would like to invite you to our next Stakeholder workshop of ARCADE Joint Connected and Automated Driving (CAD) Network and ERTRAC Working Group on “Connectivity and Automated Driving”, which will be held in Brussels, Belgium, on 13 February 2020.
After our events in February and April 2019, in which we have been working together with stakeholders and experts from the Joint CAD Network on benefits, challenges and bottlenecks of automated driving: what is the road ahead?
In its consolidated roadmap, ARCADE has defined a number of actions for the different thematic areas (together with application specific priorities) at technical, systems & services and societal levels. For this third workshop, we propose to adopt an action-oriented approach and further explore these key priorities identified in interactive working sessions.
The workshop is targeted (though not limited to) stakeholders from industry, scientific research, policy makers, public and road authorities, user associations and others with an interest in Connected and Automated Driving.
You may register for the event using the form at the bottom of this page.
Agenda 13 February 2020
10:00 Welcome, introduction and workshop goals
- Short introduction about ARCADE
- Overview of CAD consolidated Roadmap (2019)
- Presentation of CAD Knowledge Base
11:00 Scenarios and key uncertainties
- Presentation of first year results and outlook on 2020 work
11:45 Coffee, walk around and feedback
- Posters on key uncertainties (tech/services/society)
- Walk around and feedback in 2 rounds
13:35 Action based approach
- Introduce process
- Presentation of selected actions
13:50 Break out per action/poster session
- 3 groups at one time;
- Feedback in 2 rounds or duplicate
15:10 Coffee break
15:35 Wrap up
- Results from break outs
- Outlook to next steps