A new report from Thatcham Research puts the spotlight on how to ensure that drivers of vehicles with some automation technology stay safe, and know their responsibilities.
In a 3-month trial more than 100 heavy vehicles in Sydney will communicate with traffic lights, with the aim of reducing traffic congestion.
Flinders University’s FLEX is a 5-year, $4 million electric driverless shuttle project, initially around Adelaide’s Tonsley Innovation Precinct.
ALC’s inaugural Supply Chain Technology Summit looked to identify key industry priorities to more effectively use technology in supply chains to improve their efficiency and safety. iMOVE was there, and here’s what was discussed.
Melbourne City Council has released four discussion papers, looking for participation and help on how to improve transport in and around the city between now and the year 2050.
This iMOVE research project involves the collection and analysis of detailed data to implement and validate advanced algorithms, to support the early identification of the onset of congestion and identify how best to mitigate its potential impact.
The NTC has released a short video to not only inform Australia on what it has done to prepare the way for automated vehicles on public roads, but also the time by which it will have an end-to-end regulatory system in place.
Transurban’s Connected and Automated Vehicle trials took place on closed and open roads in late 2017, and it has just published its report on the trial, as well as beginning to make changes to roads and signs based on the report’s recommendations.
The CAN Drive – Automated Vehicle Trial is a 2-year trial that is focusing on the reactions of the driver as they re-assume control from a vehicle in automated mode… and it is looking to recruit ACT drivers to help with the research.
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.