Read about the findings from our ‘Conceptual architecture for future transport and mobility environment’ project, and download the final report.
Find out about outcomes from Australian C-ITS projects run through iMOVE, presented by leaders and researchers on the projects.
Watch the video recording of our ‘C-ITS in Australia:’ webinar, plus an invitation to participate in future C-ITS projects.
This webinar will look at progress made to date with C-ITS technologies in Australia, and discuss ideas about how we can build on this knowledge.
This study will look at current Australian attitudes towards CAVs, and levers available for government to increase community acceptance and confidence.
The objective of this project is to establish a vehicle as a test bed to enable applied research by the ARRB FTS team into deployment of CAVs in Australia.
We’re seeing project interest in 4 distinct areas right now. Find out what they are, and if your organisation would like to talk to us about being involved.
Hear from iMOVE Board member Michelle Reynolds, and her experience of taking a drive in Australia’s most advanced cooperative and automated car, ZOE2.
The pandemic has caused change in the transport world, but is it too soon to say that the change will remain? Or will we return to our pre-pandemic ways?
Could the need to track the coronavirus’ spread hold clues to non-health areas, such as traffic congestion? A new iMOVE project is testing the model.
A new report from iMOVE, TMR, QUT, and RACQ, to investigate exactly what is needed for maps to aid in the safe introduction of CAVs on Australian roads.
Australian scientists have made a breakthrough in cooperative perception tests, showing that CAVs can now see hidden pedestrians, even through buildings.
iMOVE’s most-read articles of 2020, counted down from 10 to number 1.
Data61 was the inaugural winner of the iMOVE-sponsored Excellence in Research & Development Award at the ITS Australia National Awards 2020.
This project will examine if and how CAV modes and services can be incorporated into the Disability Standards for Accessible Public Transport 2002.
The results of an eight-month study of the benefits of moving to more connected vehicle technology on Australian roads have been released.