WEBINAR: Our future transport mobility environment
On 1 September 2020, at 11.00am (AEST) iMOVE will host another free webinar, titled Our future transport mobility environment: An integrated approach.
This webinar presents progress in how we are exploring and challenging our traditional approaches to transport operations and mobility through a collaborative research project currently underway at at iMOVE, Conceptual architecture for future transport and mobility environment and involves our partners Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads and ARRB. Transport and mobility management involves a combination of people, processes, systems and technology. With significant changes occurring in technology and mobility services, there is an opportunity and need to capture the current paradigm and plan for the emerging future transport and mobility environment. The project addresses how we can move away from the way we do things today and think/act differently over the next ten years.
UPDATE: 1 September 2020 – watch the webinar video
You’ll find the video of this webinar at Australia’s future transport and mobility environment.
What will the webinar cover?
This webinar presents progress in how we are exploring and challenging our traditional approaches to transport operations and mobility through a collaborative research project at iMOVE involving partners Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads and ARRB. The project addresses how we can move away from the way we do things today and think/act differently over the next 10 years.
We will bring you up-to-speed on development of a conceptual architecture that will draw all the key elements together to identify gaps and a program of work to meet future transport needs. This architecture is built on a common understanding of the elements and their interactions from the jurisdictions and industry.
This free, public webinar will be of interest to anyone involved in managing or delivering transport systems or solutions. We welcome your views.
See below for the list of speakers.
11.00am – 11.20am: Speaker presentations
11.20am – 12.00pm: Moderated panel
And that date again – Tuesday, 1 September 2020.
Dr Charles Karl, National Technical Leader for Congestion, Freight and Mobility, ARRB
Dr Charles Karl leads the Network Operations, Freight and Heavy Vehicles teams with the Australian Road Research Board (ARRB). In addition, Charles is the co-technical lead for the Australian Driverless Vehicles Initiative (ADVI). Some current areas of research and development which Charles is directly involved with include: congestion, ITS assets, safety, road user charging, compliance and enforcement, urban freight, freight data, autonomous vehicles, field testing, trials and pilots.
Charles’s doctoral thesis in 2003 investigated the response of drivers to a dynamic traveller information system which he had co-developed through a business he founded earlier. In 1999, Charles co-founded Custom Traffic Pty Ltd, which developed a traveller information system based around an aggregation engine that fuses traffic data from traffic control systems such as SCATS, into speeds and travel times for each link and movement on the road network. This information is supplied to travel information service providers such as Intelematics Australia and utilised in products such as the SUNA traffic information and on Google maps.
Susan Harris, CEO, ITS Australia
As Chief Executive of ITS Australia, and with an extensive career in transport strategy, Susan is ideally placed at the intersection of technology and transport. Supported by strong connections to the international ITS community and the global network of ITS Associations, Susan works tirelessly advocating for the benefits of transport technologies for business and for the broader Australian community.
Susan is highly regarded for her roles supporting the growth and innovation of the nation’s transport technology industries. She works across a number of industry advisory groups and is a regular advisor to the State and Federal Governments, and their Ministers, on transport technology and mobility issues.
Ishra Baksh, Executive Director (MaaS program Management Office), Department of Transport and Main Roads Queensland
Ishra is the Executive Director of the Mobility as a Service, Program Management Office, responsible for the Department’s future focus on MaaS and mobility. She joined the Queensland Public Service in 2006, as part of the Department of Transport and Main Road’s Graduate Program, and has experience working in the public and private sector environment to drive positive outcomes for customers.
She has primarily worked within the Department across strategy and delivery areas, often working in partnership with government and industry to improve the customer experience. Ishra has also taken opportunities to work in the consultancy space, within the transport and insurance sector, building strong working relationships in complex environments with a range of stakeholders.CLICK TO REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR