Technology helps save lives and promotes mobility for all users

In this third meeting, experts focused on the technologies and innovations that companies in Spain are developing. Promoting connected, cooperative and autonomous mobility, M2F coincides with the third chapter of the Automotive and Mobility Sector R&D&I Strategic Priorities Agenda, which establishes a roadmap and enabling technologies to invest in.

While welcoming the gathering, Cecilia Medina, innovation and talent manager at SERNAUTO and coordinator of the M2F technology platform, emphasized the importance of investing in R&D&I to continue to develop these technologies and to be competitive by promoting the skills we have in Spain and attracting industrial and technological projects. “The industry cannot catch up without technology, so we have to keep moving forward with it. In this particular case, additionally, technology saves lives and reaches all users,” he added.

In this sense, Madinah is proof The current capacity of the Spanish innovation ecosystem to develop systems and components of connected and autonomous vehicles, They shared examples of several PERTE projects for Electric and Connected Vehicle (VEC), Sustainable Automotive Technology Program (PTAS 2021) and other joint European initiatives such as C-Roads, Hi-Drive, Sunrise and Fame. There are many companies.

Next, Coordinator of the Strategic Area on Connected, Cooperative and Autonomous Movement (CCAM), Vicente MilanesRenault Group's head of innovation projects presented the priorities that companies in Spain are working on: Autonomous driving and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), connectivity and intelligent infrastructure and mobility management (Mobility as a Service).

Milanese insisted Betting and investing in these connectivity technologies is essential To get the most value out of situations on the road. Interoperability, development of cameras and sensors, use of vehicle as sensing node, use of cooperative services through intelligent infrastructures or 5G and advanced systems Based on artificial intelligenceAmong other developments, he concluded, „Make it possible to detect elements that drivers cannot see, which provides greater capabilities to prevent and reduce the number of accidents.”

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Next, Ana Paul, Director of Technical Innovation at CTAG, explained the different types of connections to make travel safer and more efficient, and highlighted that Spain offers a variety of test environments in laboratories, tracks and real conditions. Various technologies related to connected and autonomous mobility need to be tested and validated by specific pilots with fleets of prototypes and vehicles.

During his speech, Paul also emphasized the need Adapting mobility management to new transport models, These mobility options will reach all citizens to rethink the urban spaces they co-exist and explore developed business models (Mobility as a Service). All this by investing in cyber security, simulation models, data management and verification mechanisms to ensure the autonomous and connected vehicle is completely safe and ethical.

Finally, Cecilia Medina Sharing the key results of the meeting, he said, “Spain has very favorable conditions must become the global reference state It allows the design, testing and validation of various technologies related to connected and autonomous driving: technology, test platforms and regulation.”

Medina also stressed the importance of this Have a country strategy that promotes technology and creating a sustainable economic, political and social environment, as well as creating the legal framework and standards necessary to stimulate cooperation across the entire value chain, support investments, develop skills and leverage connected mobility, cooperation and autonomy.

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