It’s with great pride that we look back on the success of the MODI Project’s #CCAM workshop, held on November 9th at the Smart City Expo World Congress in Barcelona. Demonstrating our commitment to driving progress in Connected, Cooperative, and Automated Mobility (#CCAM) technology and services, the event brought together more than 30 influential stakeholders, use case owners, and collaborative projects in a collective effort to overcome barriers and promote the efficient deployment of CCAM technologies and logistic services.
Moderated by IN-MOVE by Railgrup, the workshop was a dynamic forum featuring participation from key contributors, including IN-MOVE by Railgrup, Volvo Group, Hypervisoul, CEDEX – Centro de Estudios y Experimentación de Obras Públicas, CCAM Association, Innovate UK, Cenex, Thinkz, Capgemini Engineering, ABERTIS AUTOPISTAS, MAPtm, #FAME, #RUBICON, #REMOTIS.
We extend our sincere gratitude to Marzena Jougounoux, Robert Vermeer, Alejandro Lanuza, Victor Lejona, Ignasi Gómez-Belinchón, Tom Alkim, Miquel Mateu Estarellas, Mats Rosenquist, Xavier Daura, José Triano Romero, Moshe Gazit, and all participants who enriched the discussion with their insightful contributions.
Although around a week has passed since the event, the impact and momentum generated continue to reverberate in the realm of connected and automated mobility. The MODI Project remains steadfast in its commitment to pushing the boundaries and shaping a more connected, efficient, and sustainable future for transportation.
Thank you for being part of this transformative journey towards a more connected, cooperative, and automated mobility!