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24.11.20

US safety agency seeks input on autonomous vehicle rules

The U.S government's road safety agency is asking for public comment on how it should regulate safe deployment of autonomous vehicles. Seeking public comment is an early step in drawing possible re...

20.11.20

UK’s Department for transport releases a report on future mobility

The Transport Technology Forum (TTF), sponsored by the Department for Transport in the UK, has published a report to help meet the need for action to deliver future mobility by driving more efficient...

18.11.20

ITS World Congress 2021: Experience future mobility now in Hamburg

Global transport is facing challenges when it comes to service delivery. Governments are stepping up efforts on climate change, and city authorities are looking for ways to innovate through times of c...

05.11.20

The UK Connected and Automated Mobility Roadmap to 2030: CAM Creators Update

Since its initial launch, the Roadmap has become a useful and indispensible tool for businesses and individuals working in connected and automated mobility (CAM) worldwide. You can access its brand...

05.11.20

Shared Driving Responsibility in Highly Automated Vehicles – Legal Solutions

Jo-Ann Pattinson, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Institute for Transport Studies, and responsible of legal issues in autonomous vehicles, shares with ARCADE some main issues in the domain of conn...

05.11.20

ARCADE Knowledge Base at high level meeting on connected and automated driving

On 7 October, the importance of the ARCADE Knowledge Base was discussed at the High Level Meeting on CAD (Connected Automated Driving), organised by the Finnish Ministry of Transport and communication...

27.10.20

SIP-adus Workshop 2020

Since 2014, the SIP-adus workshop has made much progress as a forum where a number of automated driving experts in R&D and Service Implementaton have gathered from around the globe to exchange the...

27.10.20

Workshop on common evaluation methodology for automated driving tests

Register here for the workshop. On 23 November 2020, ARCADE is organising an online worshop to discuss future development of new evaluation activities and tools for comprehensive assessment of auto...

20.10.20

CAD can be a true game-changer for urban mobility. Let’s realise its full potential together!

Umberto Guida, Senior Director K&I at UITP, shared his perspective on the CAD Knowledge Base in the latest edition of the CAD VIP blog. Speaking on the CAD Knowledge Base, he expressed: "Initia...

20.10.20

Competence Network for Automated and Connected Mobility

The competence network for automated and connected mobility organises the exchange of expertise in the field of automated and connected mobility on behalf of the Ministry of Transport of the state Nor...

20.10.20

Europe sets 5G investment agenda for Connected and Automated Mobility

On 2 October 2020, the European Commission (DG CNECT) has announced the release of the preliminary version of the 5G Strategic Deployment Agenda (SDA) for Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) and th...

06.10.20

Report on the developments of automated mobility in Austria

AustriaTech, in its role as the Contact Point Automated Mobility in Austria annually, publishes a report “Automated Mobility in Austria”, which provides information on developments, projects and a...

05.10.20

Shape the legislative and regulatory background for 5G and CCAM with 5G-MOBIX

5G-MOBIX has launched a survey addressed to experts in the field of automotive, telecommunications, road operators, regulatory authorities and other domains involving in 5G and/or CCAM technology. The...

29.09.20

NHTSA launches Automated Vehicle Transparency and Engagement for Safe Testing Initiative

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration launches AV TEST Initiative To facilitate the safe testing, development, and deployment automated driving through enhanced transparency and informat...

29.09.20

L3Pilot holds virtual Summer School

On 9 and 10 September the L3Pilot project held the L3Pilot Summer School 2020. More than 240 participants from 33 different countries around the globe attended the virtual event and followed lectures...

29.09.20

New recommendations for a safe and ethical transition towards driverless mobility published

On 18 September 2020, the European Commission published a report by the Independent Expert Group on the Ethics of Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs). Who should be responsible in case of an accid...

24.09.20

The registration to the second European AI Alliance Assembly are open

A large participatory online event will gather on 9 October 2020 all the members of the European AI Alliance. This year's edition will address Europe's initiative to build an Ecosystem of Excellenc...

24.09.20

An innovation opportunity arises in the transport sector: a European outlook

This is a report on the macro-level assessment of Europe's transport sector innovation capacity. With the results of an Innovation Capacity survey completed by stakeholders from the private and public...

17.09.20

5GMETA project to propel forward the automotive ecosystem

5GMETA project (Monetizing car & mobility data for new Entrants, Technologies and Actors) will contribute to the empowerment of the automotive ecosystem, and the European community, including the...

15.09.20

ARCADE’s webinar – status and challenges in safety validation of automation

On 8 September 2020, ARCADE project co-organised a webinar "What is the current status and what challenges exist in the safety validation of automation technology?" as part of the EUCAD2020 Symposium...

14.09.20

Self-driving cars on UK roads

The UK government is considering allowing self-driving cars on motorways using automated driving technology. Manufacturers are expected to introduce next generation technology of collision avoidance a...

09.09.20

Streetdrone to develop autonomous truck services

StreetDrone, a UK-based autonomous technology company is developing a fleet of 5G-connected autonomous trucks to help move parts and assemblies to Nissan’s Sunderland plant from local suppliers. The...

08.09.20

SHOW conducts a survey on CCAV business models

SHOW (SHared automation Operating models for Worldwide adoption) project represents the most holistic initiative supporting the deployment of shared, connected, and electrified automation in urban tra...

07.09.20

The cybersecurity blind spots of connected vehicles

Connected cars have been becoming more and more usual. It is estimated that connected cars will account for 10% of total automobile purchases worldwide by 2034. With many people relying on connected c...

02.09.20

How can infrastructure enable CCAM?

TRAFICOM (Finnish Transport and Communications Agency) in collaboration with the European Commission, Conference of European Directors Roads and IFFSTAR organised a webinar on "How can infrastructure...

31.08.20

EUCAD2020 Symposium 2nd webinar

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the EUCAD 2020 Symposium physical workshops were cancelled but the planned sessions are now rescheduled as webinars. Check out the full programme here! The second I...

27.08.20

CAD has the potential to improve road safety and contribute to decarbonisation

Raluca Marian, General Delegate of the IRU Permanent Delegation to the EU, shared her perspective on the CAD Knowledge Base in the latest edition of CAD VIP blog. Speaking on CAD Knowledge Base, sh...

24.08.20

The future of connected automated vehicles with 5G

5G technology is on rise in automotive applications with the advancement of in-vehicle technologies, Internet of Things (IoT) innovations and deployment of high-speed networks. Speaking on the importa...

19.08.20

TÜV SÜD explains first SAE level 3 UNECE regulation

Recently, the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) has adopted an international regulation for Automated Lane Keeping Systems (ALKS). 42 countries have agreed on the new uniform provi...

17.08.20

ARCADE invites interested stakeholders to join the Associated Partnership

ARCADE (Aligning Research & Innovation for Connected and Automated Driving in Europe) is a Coordination and Support Action funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme, aimed at bu...

12.08.20

SPACE project on automated vehicles reaches an important step

UITP (Union Internationale des Transports Publics) has announced recently that its SPACE project (Shared Personalised Automated Connected vEhicles) has reached a major milestone. SPACE developed a uni...

10.08.20

Navya marks a new milestone in autonomous mobility

Navya, a leading company in autonomous driving systems recently achieved a new milestone in autonomous mobility. Navya has launched a level 4 fully autonomous shuttle '“Autonom® Shuttle Evo”' ser...

05.08.20

MIT research suggests autonomous driving is a decade away

MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Task Force on the Work of the Future has recently released a new research report: "Autonomous Vehicles, Mobility and Employment Policy: The Roads Ahead" on...

03.08.20

Connected car technology to be tested as part of pilot project on San Diego roadways

A new pilot project to test wireless links between cars and roadside infrastructure is soon going to kickoff in San Diego under the San Diego Regional Proving Grounds - a U.S Department of Transportat...

31.07.20

A report by the JRC on cybersecurity

The Joint Research Centre (JRC), the European Commission's science and knowledge hub, has recently issued a report on "Cybersecurity - our Digital anchor. A European perspective". The report looks at...

28.07.20

New rules for connected cars manufactures

Car manufacturers in Japan, South Korea and the European Union will be required in the near future to secure connected vehicles against cyberattacks under a new regulation set by the United Nations....

27.07.20

How connected car technologies can help reducing COVID-19 spread?

Gartner, a research and advisory company, in a press release launched on 29 June 2020, identified  in-car technologies that can help mitigate spread of COVID-19. Gartner expressed that: "Car manufact...

24.07.20

Transport Technology Forum says connected vehicles boost productivity and increase safety

The Transport Technology Forum from the UK highlighted a range of benefits connected vehicles deliver to travellers in the new report: "State of the Connected Nation", which explains how the technolog...

22.07.20

Autonomous bus project trials in Hamburg

The Hamburg Electric Autonomous Transportation (HEAT) project, which began trials in 2019 with the self-driving bus supervised by a designated driver, has now moved ahead with the second phase of tria...

17.07.20

New research projects in logistics and automotive area

ERTICO-ITS Europe recently announced the start of two new European-funded projects: 5G-LOGINNOV and 5G-META. Both the projects will help benefit the European community of shippers, logistics service p...

10.07.20

Testing autonomous mobility solutions in Copenhagen

The citizens of Copenhagen (Denmark) can look forward soon to experiencing a self driving minibus service provided by Holo, when the seafront area of Nordhavn becomes part of the EU-funded research pr...

03.07.20

EU Cybersecurity: a new stakeholders group will work on cybersecurity certification framework

The European Commission and the European Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) have established a Stakeholders Cybersecurity Certification Group (SCCG). The group will advise the Agency on strategic issues...

30.06.20

EU encourages investment in 5G hardware innovation and trialling 5G-based CAM

Eleven new projects funded by Horizon 2020 programme under the European 5G Public-Private Partnership (5G-PPP) will start in September 2020. The objective is to gather opportunities in 5G hardware inn...

29.06.20

Participate in the ARCADE stakeholder survey and show your priorities for the CAD Knowledge Base

The sharing of knowledge, data, and experiences is essential for the development of connected and automated driving. Combining the knowledge sources allows all stakeholders to get a clear understandin...

25.06.20

Humanising Autonomy and Transport for Greater Manchester join hands to measure impact of social distancing

On 16 June 2020, Humanising Autonomy, a predictive Artificial Intelligence (AI) company improving synergy between urban mobility systems and people announced a partnership with Transport for Greater M...

23.06.20

5G Technologies from Porto to Vigo

Every day large amounts of goods and services are exchanged across Europe's 27 Member States. Thanks to the set of common and efficient standards, technologies and policies, European citizens in the E...

19.06.20

Research and innovation in smart mobility and services in Europe – a report by JRC

In May 2017, the European Commission adopted the Strategic Transport Research and Innovation Agenda (STRIA) as part of the "Europe on the Move" package, which highlights key transport R&I areas a...

17.06.20

Self-driving shuttle buses are coming to the street of Tallinn

As a result of a partnership between Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) and Silberauto Estonia, self-driving buses are about to become a part of everyday life on the streets of the Estonian c...

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