The overall objective of this project is to be able to provide more realistic and better travel modelling to inform and influence better policy and infrastructure decisions.
This project will move the See Me app from its current proof of concept readiness to a more commercial-ready solution.
Development of a framework to support traditional Aboriginal Cultural Land Management practices to improve the resilience of the transport corridor network.
This project will use AI and Computational Fluid Dynamics to simulate, model, and analyse flight performance in microgravity conditions.
Find out more about University of Western Australia PhD student Anna Gannet, and her work in the area of active school transport.
This project will leverage AI algorithms and machine learning to optimise the performance of city roads, predicting future traffic speeds and responding to them.
This project aims to develop a system to control driver / occupant emotions and mental & physical conditions to enhance road safety & in-vehicle experience.
The key aim of this is to develop the foundation to inform post-2030 electricity systems of the impact and needs brought on by the electrification of transport.
This project will enable microFleet to accelerate development of the OneDock universal e-micromobility charging station platform.
Register for the ‘Understanding size variation in the Australian population for better transport system design’ webinar, held on 28 September 2023.
This project concerns the first step in the process of developing such a digital circular economy monitoring framework for Western Australia.
This project seeks to consider the ideal MaaS framework to benefit users and providers in a sustainable way, acknowledging all parts of the MaaS ecosystem.
Recommendations/policy directions for transition to LZEV trucks, & analysis of total cost of ownership & geospatial roadmap analysis for refueller / EV chargers.
Develop and field test a large animal activated roadside monitoring and alert system for detecting large animals on roadsides and alerting motorists in advance.
This project will report findings on six use cases unique to Australia as pertains to the use of autonomous vehicles on public roads.
Attend our ‘A cooperative research centre approach to tackling transport challenges: Decarbonising transport through collaboration’, on 30 August 2023.