The RAC WA Intellibus is on a 3-month trial in Geraldton, and bookings are now open for members of the public to take a trip on the driverless shuttle.
Cohda Wireless has used its V2X-Locate technology in a demonstration of its capability in truck platooning.
iMOVE sits down for an interview with Leigh Abernethy, the Integrated Transport Strategy Program Coordinator for the City of Port Phillip, Melbourne.
An interview with Neil Scales OBE, Director-General of the Queensland Department of Transport & Main Roads, touching on what TMR is up to in smart mobility.
James Thomson dissects connected and automated vehicle technology to find out how it works, and how well it works, with a view to assessing risk.
Kate Cousins is Holden’s Active Safety and Automated Driving Lead Engineer. In this interview we find out more about her role, and her background.
Cohda Wireless ran a live test in the Adelaide CBD of its V2X-Locate technology, helping two connected, driverless cars navigate and communicate.
Professor David Hensher looks at how new technologies and business models might be best-used to achieve the aim(s) of reducing traffic congestion.
Transport for NSW is looking for expressions of interest from all parts of the community to trial connected and automated vehicles in regional NSW.
What ethics should guide automated & connected vehicles usage on the road? Germany has looked ahead & written some fundamental guidelines for the future.
A driverless bus is about to undergo trials in Sydney, initially in a closed environment, but with the general public getting to try it in early 2018.
Mercedes-Benz and Bosch have demonstrated a fully-automated car parking system in Stuttgart, and are hoping to employ it full-time within the next 6 months.