2022 Best Project Video Competition
In addition to running a PhD Poster competition at iMOVE Conference 2022, we also ran a competition for Best Project Video, in which entrants were invited to submit a video of no more than 90 seconds, in which an iMOVE project, or projects, would be given the overview treatment.
A judging panel ran the submissions through a set of criteria, and as announced at the conference here are the four finalists. Congratulations one and all!
Telethon Kids Institute
This entry covers the TRavel, Environment and Kids (TREK) Study: 15 years on project. Participants on the project are the Department of Transport (WA), University of Western Australia, and the Telethon Kids Institute.
This project aims to update and expand the TRavel, Environment and Kids study (TREK) conducted in Perth in 2005. It will investigate school walkability, parent- and student-reported individual, social and environmental factors influencing school transport modes, and latent demand for walking and cycling to school.
Could congestion pricing be the solution to Melbourne’s post-COVID traffc woes?
Tariq is a PhD student at the Swinburne University of Technology, and his project with iMOVE is Innovative road network pricing models, and in this video he runs over the background and objectives of his work. His research aims to investigate new methods for managing urban congestion and reducing emissions through innovative transport pricing policies that encourage travellers to reduce their reliance on private vehicles and encourage the use of alternative low carbon/low emission modes of transport.
We profiled Tariq and his research at Tariq Munir: PhD student.
Australian Centre for Field Robotics
Intelligent Transport Systems
The Australian Centre for Field Robotics (ACFR) is behind several iMOVE projects, and this video introduces us to its work. Amongst the projects ACFR is undertaking at iMOVE are Data analytics for development and testing of AVs on urban roads and Safely introducing CAVs into integrated transport networks.
Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies
Showcasing ITLS: Shining the spotlight on our MaaS research
This video sees Yale Wong of ITLS introducing the institute’s work in the area of Mobility as a Service (MaaS), in particular the MaaS trial in Sydney project. The final outcomes of this project, and its final report, can be found at Sydney MaaS trial: Design, implementation, lessons, the future.