Tony Canavan is the Global Government Transport Leader at Ernst & Young. Find out what he does, his thoughts on current & future transport issues & solutions.
Russ Yell is the Global Smart Mobility Leader at Aurecon. Find out what he does, where he’s done it, and how he got into the smart mobility sector.
iMOVE sits down for an interview with Leigh Abernethy, the Integrated Transport Strategy Program Coordinator for the City of Port Phillip, Melbourne.
Two researchers from the Cities Research Institute have written something of a report card on Brisbane’s trial of Lime’s share electric scooters.
James Thomson dissects connected and automated vehicle technology to find out how it works, and how well it works, with a view to assessing risk.
Work toward a proposed framework and subsequent model to better utilise and account for changes in the future transport network capacity.
Kate Cousins is Holden’s Active Safety and Automated Driving Lead Engineer. In this interview we find out more about her role, and her background.
Daimler’s Head of Trucks and Buses has used his CES keynote address to say that the company sees no current business case for truck platooning.
Queensland is looking for technology-based solutions to help reduce driver distraction due to use of mobile phones, tablets, and other devices.
Rio Tinto is already well into using autonomous trains in its mining operations. Now it and Scania are trialling an autonomous truck in Western Australia.
What were iMOVE’s most-read articles over the course of 2018? We’re glad you asked, and here they are, counted down from 10 to number 1.
Victoria has begun a 2 year trial of Telstra’s new Cellular V2X technology. iMOVE partners VicRoads and the Transport Accident Commission are also involved.
Cohda Wireless has joined the TMR and iMOVE project ‘CAVI 500-vehicle C-ITS Field Operational Test’, supplying tech for V2V and V2I communications.
Queensland’s Hold the Red trial sees radar used to prolong red traffic light signals in instances of drivers looking likely to beat a change of lights.
An interview with Associate Professor Stephen Cahoon, and cover his career, and thoughts on the future of freight, logistics, and more.
Sydney and Melbourne are amongst the 38 world cities rated by the first edition of the HERE Urban Mobility Index. How did they go?