After running for two years now, we’re ready to present some of our findings from the Sydney Mobility as a Service (MaaS) trial project.
This project will develop new highly efficient cybersecurity schemes to reverse engineer vehicular network communications.
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 with partners BITRE & GS1 Australia show how sharing & aggregating freight data are of key importance to improving supply chains.
Data61 was the inaugural winner of the iMOVE-sponsored Excellence in Research & Development Award at the ITS Australia National Awards 2020.
A student team from UTS, and staff from IAG’s Research Centre worked together this year on a project involving vehicle cybersecurity.
The results of an eight-month study of the benefits of moving to more connected vehicle technology on Australian roads have been released.
Watch, and read, the answers to all of the questions from our recent webinar, Mobility as a Service: Progress and new insights from an Australian trial.
Watch the video of our Mobility as a Service: Progress and insights from an Australian trial webinar, featuring Professor David Hensher and Sam Lorimer.
iMOVE’s Sydney MaaS trial has been running for some months, and today an interim report on the project has been released.
Safety and congestion are two of the key challenges on our networks and there is strong potential for connectivity and C-ITS to help.
iMOVE’s interview with Sam Lorimer, Disruptive Technologist at IAG, and the point man on our MaaS trial in Sydney project.
This project looks to consider current parking challenges, & work towards a solution that enables the wider availability & usability of car-share services.
Addressing the critical need for new security schemes to be designed and implemented to protect our connected cars and transport systems.
This project investigates the standardisation of safety assurances that autonomous vehicles must satisfy, and how to verify these requirements.
A 6-month trial of MaaS in Sydney, with participants using an app to pay for and arrange their everyday travel needs.