After a successful 2016 trial of the GS1 data standards system, the Australian Logistics is now backing its adoption by the Australian logistics industry.
iMOVE’s Industry PhD Program sees companies work with students on a transport-related R&D project, via a three-year scholarship.
Infrastructure Victoria has looked into the future and the possible impacts highly automated and zero emissions vehicles will have on road infrastructure.
Cubic Transportation Systems had successes at the Business Mobility as a Service Awards, including Matt Cole named as Business MaaS influencer of the year.
The RAC’s Automated Vehicle Program – Intellibus Trial has picked up it second award in recent times, this time at the 2018 AITPM Excellence Awards.
The report from IMOVE’s first completed project, the MaaS and On-Demand Transport Consumer Research & Report, has been published.
Transport for NSW has expanded its testing of emerging connected and automated vehicles into regional NSW, with Coffs Harbour and Armidale first in line.
Project to build an autonomous vehicle based on an everyday car, for deeper insight into their impact on future mobility and insurance business models.
A list of transport open data sources for data scientists, developers, and interested parties. Datasets are available at state, territory, and city level.
The World Economic Forum has published a report on how cities (in this case a Boston focus) can best introduce, and take advantage of, autonomous vehicles.
The Australian Government has responded to the 10 recommendations from the ‘Social issues relating to land-based automated vehicles in Australia’ report.
Traffic in the City 2018 offers both a current snapshot and historical perspective on the mix of vehicles and pedestrians using London’s streets.
A new report from Thatcham Research puts the spotlight on how to ensure that drivers of vehicles with some automation technology stay safe, and know their responsibilities.
The Research Hub is a platform for collaboration and information sharing between Transport for NSW and researchers interested in transportation research.
Cubic Transportation Systems has been awarded the contract to design, build, and operate a new ticketing system for Queensland’s public transport system.
In a 3-month trial more than 100 heavy vehicles in Sydney will communicate with traffic lights, with the aim of reducing traffic congestion.