This research program will explore opportunities that 5G offers to improve performance of CAV shuttles and accessibility for elderly and people with disability.
This project will examine if and how CAV modes and services can be incorporated into the Disability Standards for Accessible Public Transport 2002.
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.
From lessons learnt in the FLEX autonomous shuttle trial at the Tonsley Innovation District, this project will deliver new, innovative use cases for FLEX.
Ryan Falconer is the Lead Transport Advisor at Auckland Council, and has spoken to iMOVE about his view on transport, the pandemic, and the environment.
An interview with Greg Giraud. Managing Director at autonomous shuttle company EasyMile Australia & NZ, on his views about transport and the pandemic.
Phase 2 of the BusBot driverless shuttle trial is taking place in the Marian Grove Retirement Village in Toormina, on the NSW Mid North Coast.
The Royal Automobile Club of Western Australia has broadened its public trial of the Intellibus driverless bus to regional WA, with a 7-week trial beginning today in Busselton.
After 12 months total testing, including 6 weeks of trials involving the general public, the autonobus driverless shuttle pilot project has been completed.
The RAC’s Automated Vehicle Program – Intellibus Trial has picked up it second award in recent times, this time at the 2018 AITPM Excellence Awards.
Transport for NSW has expanded its testing of emerging connected and automated vehicles into regional NSW, with Coffs Harbour and Armidale first in line.
Flinders University’s FLEX is a 5-year, $4 million electric driverless shuttle project, initially around Adelaide’s Tonsley Innovation Precinct.
From April 23 through to July 2018 the autonobus driverless shuttle at the Bundoora campus of La Trobe University is available for the public to experience, and provide feedback.
The University of Melbourne now has a driverless shuttle as a research tool for its Australian Integrated Multimodal EcoSystem (AIMES).
Melbourne is soon to become the second Australian trial spot for HMI’s Autonobus, transporting the general public at the Bundoora campus of La Trobe Uni.
Navya and the South Australian government have agreed to manufacture driverless bus shuttles for the Asia Pacific market in Adelaide.