This project will investigate the use of Co-operative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS) technologies to improve safety for motorcycle riders.
The Department of Transport and Main Roads (Queensland) CAVI initiative is at the forefront of work on connectivity and automation for safer & cleaner roads.
Project aim is to identify/analyse specific aspects of existing & emergent connected & other vehicle & traffic data, to improve existing network management.
A comparative assessment of C-ITS technologies & international standards, helping inform future decisions for nationally consistent approaches for deployment.
Research into customer-focused safe operation of CAVs in various urban environments to improve road user safety & inform NSW of road readiness for CAVs.
Cooperative perception is an emerging and promising technology for CAVs. Its further development has been the focus of a recently completed iMOVE project.
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.
The main talking points, along with video of iMOVE’s ‘Our future transport mobility environment: An integrated approach’ webinar.
The build of standardised analysis methodology to evaluate the safety benefits of C-ITS, guiding transport agencies in regard to supporting its development.
Safety and congestion are two of the key challenges on our networks and there is strong potential for connectivity and C-ITS to help.
This proof-of-concept project aims to develop a Vehicle to Bicycle (V2B) communication system to reduce collisions and enhance driver awareness of cyclists.
Development of a general framework for cooperative data fusion, integrating data coming from vehicles and infrastructure.
Preparation for the arrival of Connected and Automated Vehicles on Australian roads, and their safety, mobility and environmental benefits.
Assessment of how successful current road infrastructure is in allowing the safe and reliable use of automated vehicles, and how to fix shortcomings.
Security Credential Management System (SCMS) project, as part of the 500-vehicle, on-road field operational test of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems safety applications.