iMOVE projects 11 to 20: what, who, where?
It doesn’t seem that long ago we published a piece on iMOVE’s first 10 projects: who’s doing what, and where, and now here we are with our next grouping of 10 projects.
Click on any of the 10 projects listed below, find out more about the projects and the scope, and which of our partners are involved in each project.
If you’d like to see a full list of all iMOVE projects up and running, visit the List of iMOVE Projects page.
We’re well down the road of the next 10 projects and then some, and we look forward to telling you more about our project pipeline.
This project looks to accomplish the dual task of giving priority to public transport AND reducing the potential stop time for private vehicles. Find out more…FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
The objective of this project is to assess the current state-of-practice with regards to travel demand modelling, and to identify directions for future research. Broadly, this project seeks to address the question, ‘What is the future of travel demand modelling and forecasting?’ Find out more…FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
Commissioned by the Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities, here we, along with four research partners, this is a comprehensive analysis of the needs for, and availability of, freight data in Australia. Find out more…
Now completed, this study led to the announcement of the building of a National Freight Data Hub, and an Action Plan for that hub. For an excellent (if we don’t say so ourselves!) backgrounder on the subject, read our article Where’s My box? The case for improved supply chain visibility. Now!FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
Hmmm, we still have a lot more to say on this project, including who the project lead and researchers are. For now let us just say it will ‘lead to efficient and effective services for the benefit of operators and customers.’ Find out a little more …FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
Led by the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads, this project will be conducted over a three-year time frame and will comprise three interlinked stages. What are the stages? And why is land use planning so crucial? It’s all at the link! Find out more…FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
There a lot of hope being placed in Mobility as a Service (MaaS), and a lot of work going on in this area, right across the world. Using an app-based setting, the project will enrol participants in a six-month trial. Eligible participants, who work, live, and travel in the Greater Sydney area will arrange their everyday travel needs through a MaaS app (a customised version of Skedgo’s TripGo) linked to subscription plans. Find out more…
Want to find out more about MaaS? We’ve collected all of our articles, news stories, and projects at Maas in Australia for your reading pleasure.FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
One of the fundamental aspects that will need to be addressed for the introduction of automated vehicles (AV) is the standardisation of safety assurance. That is, what are the requirements that an AV must satisfy and how to verify these requirements. So the development of algorithms and techniques to design and evaluate safety metrics, and, well, you know, click to find out more…FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
Existing cybersecurity methods for the internet may not be suitable for future connected vehicles, therefore it is critical that new security frameworks be designed and implemented to protect our vehicles and transport systems. Across the world this is a huge area, and one in which Australia will contribute. Find out more …FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT