19-20th June 2018 Brussels, Belgium

3Ccar and AutoDrive projects were presented during the ECSEL JU Symposium 2018 ‘Shaping digital innovation’ at the common project booth with four technology demonstrators: 3Ccar Motor, Inverter, Harvester, and 3D MEMS Laser Scanner. The Symposium took place in Brussels, Belgium on the 19-20 of June 2018 and gathered a wide range of European and global stakeholders in the Electronics Components and Systems field, including industry, research and financial communities, policy decision-makers, and key opinion leaders.

Our booth display received plenty of attention and incited some interesting discussions. 3Ccar and AutoDrive partners presented the technological demonstrators and their advantages; booth visitors also got a chance to see the project videos and learn about the projects from the updated posters and leaflets. This Symposium provided a unique opportunity and space for our project to present the progress and results to date, to disseminate our technological achievements, and to show our contributions to the programme.

During the ECSEL JU Symposium visionary keynotes presented emerging trends and new perspectives in the digital sector, with a focus on how the digital transformation will change the world. The second day of the Symposium was dedicated to more strategic exchanges featuring high-profile keynote speeches and panel discussions, casting light on the impact of the ECSEL JU funded projects on everyday life and business.