PoDIUM was pleased to participate in the 4th European Conference on Connected and Automated Driving (EUCAD 2023) last week on 3 and 4 May in Brussels. Co-organised by the European Commission, the European Partnership on Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility (CCAM) and the FAME project, the event offered high-level plenary sessions as well as thematic and technical sessions exploring the latest developments, technologies, and policies related to the deployment of CCAM in Europe.
PoDIUM took an active role in the Conference by co-organising the breakout session 2 ‘Progressing towards CCAM-hosting and enabling infrastructures’ on Wednesday 3 May. The session discussed the infrastructure requirements and potential to support CCAM deployment. The need for a holistic approach towards mobility, encompassing the vehicles and the infrastructure, both digital and physical, for effective traffic and mobility management was also addressed. PoDIUM was presented by Vasilis Sourlas from PoDIUM Coordinator ICCS. The panel included presentations from other innovative CCAM EU-funded projects, such as IN2CCAM, and AUGMENTED CCAM.
In addition, PoDIUM had a stand at the networking event and exhibition at the Autoworld Museum, along with other PDI and CCAM projects.