Are EU research and initiatives on the right trajectory to reach long-term goals in the (air) mobility sector? How far is Europe from the mobility goals envisioned for the future? How can synergies with other transport domains be fostered? These are some of the questions that the CAMERA (Coordination and support Action for Mobility in Europe: Research and Assessment) project will address in the next few years.
This will be done thanks to an innovative methodology specifically designed for CAMERA that combines top-down (structured benchmark analysis of past and ongoing mobility related activities) and bottom-up (separate consultations with stakeholders) approaches.
CAMERA will quantitatively and qualitatively evaluate the air-mobility research activities undertaken over the last decade; define a set of common challenges for the different transport domains; identify the current and future gaps and innovation bottlenecks in the context of the mobility goals; and formulate appropriate best practices and methodological guidelines for an integrated and multimodal transport system.