This project will define the last kilometre freight challenges and opportunities in Perth/Peel, specifically focusing on the food and beverage sector.
This project will develop a prototype Uncrewed Air System (UAS) for long-range delivery of packages in Australia.
A profile on iMOVE PhD program member Yijie Su, including her reflection on her ‘Transformative commercial urban delivery solutions’ project.
This project will consider the applicability and potential for micromobility to assist with the last mile freight task in the Perth CBD and other urban areas in WA.
Development of a roadmap for the governance of truck movement data, analysing current / future policy and data sharing landscape for truck telematics data.
This project will provide insight to rail infrastructure system owners/operators to support future efforts in designing for resilience and climate change adaptation.
This research will provide insights to ensure the road freight transport network can continue to support the substantial freight task in North-West WA.
Download ‘Key Freight Route Mapping’, the final report from our Mapping Australian freight: SWOT analysis project.
Development of systems of classifying street networks & local terrain & delivery density, where a mix of delivery modes may improve on mono-modal delivery.
This project will identify appropriate use cases for construction material supply chain data sharing possibilities for social, economic, & environmental outcomes.
Register for our webinar ‘Digitalisation of transport and freight: How are we tracking in Australia, and where are the opportunities?’.
The objective of this PhD project is to analyse the relationship between telemetry and its impact on commercially sustainable transportation solutions/networks.
This R&D project will research existing Australian freight and supply chain geospatial initiatives for a SWOT analysis of national freight mapping.
This project will see the operation and validation of a developed decision support system in real-time on Calypso Mango supply chains in QLD and the NT.
A scoping study to identify opportunities to improve urban freight planning tertiary education in Australia, improving education outcomes for freight logistics.
This project will develop a framework/tool for forecasting future scenarios of urban freight in informing planning and regulation (transport and land use).