This project will carry out a literature review on high definition map creation, ahead of further work in this area to facilitate automated driving.
iMOVE’s Cooperative and Highly Automated Driving Safety Study project, using ZOE2, a level 4 CAV, has been shortlisted for an award.
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.
Aimsun Auto enables the creation of virtual testing testing environments for the design & validation of path planning algorithms for self-driving vehicles.
Addressing the critical need for new security schemes to be designed and implemented to protect our connected cars and transport systems.
This project investigates the standardisation of safety assurances that autonomous vehicles must satisfy, and how to verify these requirements.
Elon Musk has again spoken out on LIDAR, decrying its use in autonomous vehicles. We obtained Professor Michael Milford’s opinion on this technology debate.
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.
Development of a general framework for cooperative data fusion, integrating data coming from vehicles and infrastructure.
The RAC Intellicar is a level 4 autonomous vehicle that Western Australia have a vision of deploying in an on-demand, shared mobility service capacity.
Preparation for the arrival of Connected and Automated Vehicles on Australian roads, and their safety, mobility and environmental benefits.
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.