In this page you find a list of recent and upcoming events in which CAMERA was/is involved either as organiser or as participant and contributor.
If you want to read the about the details of the workshops organised or co-organised by CAMERA, please have a look under “EVENTS” in the drop-down menu.
On the 22nd of June 2020, CAMERA co-organised the TRA 2020 virtual session entitled “How far is Europe from the mobility goals envisioned for the future?”.
The goal of this session was to foster a discussion on whether EU research is on the right trajectory to reach its long-term goals in the mobility sector. Co-organised by the three Coordination and Support Actions (CSAs) CAMERA, OPTICS2 and RINGO, it was a success of audience, with more than 60 participants that kept discussing way beyond the planned end of the session.
If you want to know the details, read the full article!
Because of the current Covid-19 outbreak, the ART Workshop on “Passenger-centred Mobility” originally planned for April has been postponed. A new date will be communicate soon.
(02/2020) The EUROCONTROL Agency Research Team (ART) is coordinating a Workshop dedicated to the topic of ‘Passenger-centred Mobility’. This event will gather the communities of ART, ACARE Working Group 1, the European Transport and Mobility Forum and the CAMERA project. These four entities have different yet complementing views and interests in the topic and therefore it will be a fantastic opportunity to exchange ideas in a fruitful environment.
The workshop will take place at Villa Doria d’Angri in Naples, Italy, on April 1st and 2nd 2020, hosted by Università degli Studi di Napoli – PARTHENOPE and supported by ISSNOVA. Participation is free but you need to register.
CAMERA co-organises a session of the 2019 Aerodays, which take place in Bucharest on the 27-30 May. The session is benefitting from the participation of seven Coordination and Support Actions (CSAs) funded under the same topic of European mobility and aims to find synergies among them and learn from other’s experience in the projects assessment.
The aims of the workshop are to acquire feedback from experts from different mobility sectors on the development of a strategic roadmap for the European transport system (Mobility4EU Action Plan) and to discuss the research requirements, gaps, and bottlenecks shown up by this roadmap (Progress towards EU mobility goals).