Ian McPherson went from a career in the navy, to working at Google Maps. In this interview, we chart his career course, and more.
iMOVE’s interview with Sam Lorimer, Disruptive Technologist at IAG, and the point man on our MaaS trial in Sydney project.
iMOVE MD Ian Christensen’s wrap-up of the 2019 ITS World Congress. What were the main trends, latest developments, and how is Australia faring?
iMOVE now has more than 20 projects up and running, or recently completed. Here’s the details on projects 11 to 20. Find out more who’s doing what, & where.
iMOVE MD Ian Christensen took to the stage at the 7th Australian ITS Summit to deliver an update on the company’s project progress and breadth.
The role of government in transport has until now been one of supreme authority. But ongoing, it will to have to learn to share with others.
The transcript of The Hon. Melissa Horne’s opening address about Victoria’s public transport system, given at iMOVE’s Transport of Tomorrow Symposium.
Alyson O’Rourke has been working in ITS for over 20 years, and recently was a point person organising transport for the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
A 6-month trial of MaaS in Sydney, with participants using an app to pay for and arrange their everyday travel needs.
Yale Wong, of the ITLS at the University of Sydney, talks with iMOVE about his transport background, thoughts on MaaS, and more.
Professor John Nelson, from the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies, talks to iMOVE about where he thinks smart mobility can take public transport.
Professor Hussein Dia of the Swinburne University of Technology tells iMOVE about his work, academic career, and thoughts on what’s ahead in smart mobility.
Kate Mackay is Technical Director – Transport Planning at Mott MacDonald. We find out more about her role, career, and future transport wishlist.
Akshay Vij develops statistical models that can be used to understand and predict human behaviour, particularly in transport about him and his work.
Russ Yell is the Global Smart Mobility Leader at Aurecon. Find out what he does, where he’s done it, and how he got into the smart mobility sector.
An interview with Majid Sarvi, chair in Transport Engineering, and professor in Transport for Smart Cities at the University of Melbourne.