Information about the 2020 Transport of Tomorrow conference, including dates, location, program, speakers, and more. And find out how to book your tickets.
The first edition of ITS Monday, a weekly curated list of interesting content from across the intelligent transport systems / smart mobility worlds.
What were iMOVE’s most-read articles over the course of 2019? We’re glad you asked, and here they are, counted down from 10 to number 1.
An event was held last week to showcase the work of iMOVE’s 2019 intake of Undergraduate Student Industry Program participants.
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A survey for the Australian Intelligent Transport Systems community, to gain an picture of the gaps that exist in all aspects of training in the industry.
A new paper, Road User Charging for Electric Vehicles should further open up the ongoing debate about policy reform for / on Australian roads.
The Federal Government is looking for input from the freight and logistics sector in the design, breadth, and build of a National Freight Data Hub.
iMOVE now has more than 20 projects up and running, or recently completed. Here’s the details on projects 11 to 20. Find out more who’s doing what, & where.
Cohda Wireless has used its V2X-Locate technology in a demonstration of its capability in truck platooning.
The iMOVE project ‘Data collection for efficient bus replacement services in rail disruptions’ has been nominated for two prestigious research awards.
Mina Ghanbarikarekani, a PhD student at the University of Technology Sydney, has won the Best Student Paper Award at an international ITS conference.
iMOVE’s Cooperative and Highly Automated Driving Safety Study project, using ZOE2, a level 4 CAV, has been shortlisted for an award.
iMOVE MD Ian Christensen took to the stage at the 7th Australian ITS Summit to deliver an update on the company’s project progress and breadth.
An interview with Dr Elliot Fishman, Director of Transport Innovation at the Institute for Sensible Transport.
Kirsten McKillop’s role at Australia’s National Transport Commission is the regulations around the safe and legal addition of CAVS to Australian roads.