The University of Melbourne now has a driverless shuttle as a research tool for its Australian Integrated Multimodal EcoSystem (AIMES).
Security Credential Management System (SCMS) project, as part of the 500-vehicle, on-road field operational test of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems safety applications.
The Volkswagen Group is testing an autonomous parking service, that will not only make parking easy and convenient, but also see the parked car possibly function as a delivery spot for parcels.
KPMG has issued a new report, ‘Autonomous Vehicles Readiness Index: Assessing countries’ openness and preparedness’. Where did Australia rank, what is it doing well, and where is more work needed?
Australia and New Zealand are currently testing SBAS and PPP technologies significantly improve the accuracy of location information services.
A project in which Australian transport users across the nation are surveyed to better understand their appreciation of, and interest in on-demand transport services. That research will be analysed to offer insight into preparing a pathway forward for on-demand transport services in Australia.
Bosch has upped its ante on new mobility products and solutions, with the establishment of its Connected Mobility Solutions Division. Bosch has also acquired the US ride-sharing startup, SPLT.
This project aims to improve the ability of road authorities to predict network performance in the short-term using data-driven analytics and to estimate the impact of automated vehicles (AVs) in longer-term predictions.
Western Australia kicks off its iMOVE involvement with two projects, one looking at traffic prediction and preparation for connected vehicles, the other planning freight and trade logistics strategy for the next 50-100 years for Perth and its surrounds.
The Victorian Government has made changes to its Road Safety Act that will make it easier to conduct on-road trials of automated vehicles.