Drive Sweden has an active involvement at EU level. We participate in the EU initiative CCAM (Cooperative, connected and automated mobility), which opens doors to scale up projects, strengthen environmental monitoring, drive common Swedish perspectives and find effective ways for financing.
Silicon Valley is one of the most important areas in the world when it comes to the development of new mobility solutions. In December 2018, Drive Sweden started a project to place us in this context. Drive Sweden is a member of the Nordic Innovation Hub in Palo Alto.
Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven and French President Emmanuel Macron signed in November 2017 a strategic partnership between the countries regarding innovation, digital development and sustainable solutions. Drive Sweden is an active party in moving this collaboration forward.
Many Swedish actors in the field of mobility have strong bilateral cooperation with partners and customers in Singapore. The Land Transport Authority (LTA) in Singapore and the Swedish Transport Administration have signed a letter of intent to collaborate on issues related to future mobility.