This PhD research concentrates on the development of an ad hoc vehicular network architecture using the PC5 interface of the LTE standard.
This research aims to identify and evaluate new solutions for commercial urban deliveries to meet the demand of last-mile and surging e-commerce markets.
This project’s aim is to improve the households & business land use activity inputs to transport modelling provided by a spatial econometric land use model.
The aim of the project is to investigate the situation of Container Shipping Operational Risk upon the application of blockchain technology in the industry.
Research into a network-wide approach to identify critical links and estimate the Macroscopic Fundamental Diagram using flow and density measurements.
Development of demand management & estimation tools for large-scale traffic networks, incorporating macroscopic fundamental diagram-based traffic dynamics.
A PhD research project aiming to build a model/platform using real-time feeds of all mode movements from smart intersections to optimise signal control.
Traffic data helps us know exactly what the pandemic is doing to our transport networks, and how we can learn to make them stronger in disruptions.
Safety and congestion are two of the key challenges on our networks and there is strong potential for connectivity and C-ITS to help.
iMOVE is inviting university partners to share details of PhD students currently already working in the transport area to apply for a top-up scholarships.
iMOVE’s interview with Sam Lorimer, Disruptive Technologist at IAG, and the point man on our MaaS trial in Sydney project.
The Data Aggregation Pilot Project is an investigation of how industry freight data can be harnessed to inform infrastructure planning & policy priorities.
An interview with Stuart Ballingall, Executive General Manager of TCA, and his long involvement in bringing transport operators and technology together.
Marion Terrill is Transport and Cities Program Director at Melbourne’s Grattan Institute, and a strong advocate of congestion charging.
A feasibility study looking at the possibility of diverting some freight tasks from the road network to utilising spare capacity on public transport.
A project to adapt key existing planning tools, guidelines and frameworks to account for the uncertainty of changing trends and emerging technologies.