iMOVE’s most-read articles of 2020, counted down from 10 to number 1.
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.
The Federal Government’s funding the design and trialling of a national freight data hub was universally welcomed by the freight and logistics sector.
The RAC and PATREC have used data from SmartRider cards to visually display a typical day on Perth’s public transport network.
iMOVE’s Freight Data Requirements Study is a blueprint for the ways technology can increase efficiency in Australia’s freight and logistics sector.
iMOVE and the Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development & Cities (DIRDC) have launched a major new project to investigate & improve freight data.
Ahead of the release of Australia’s National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy, the ALC has looked at how we collect and use data in the supply chain.
Data protection, data privacy … we need to talk about these things because they need urgent attention, and they affect all of us.
After a successful 2016 trial of the GS1 data standards system, the Australian Logistics is now backing its adoption by the Australian logistics industry.
How can you best reap benefits from big data? Through data sharing. A look at the considerations and hurdles involved in data sharing.
Affordable advances in tech are bringing possibilities of real change to freight & logistics, to combat inefficiency & congestion, & increase profitability.
What are the processes involved in turning extremely large datasets into information that can help us in making good, data-based transport decisions?
A list of transport open data sources for data scientists, developers, and interested parties. Datasets are available at state, territory, and city level.
Traffic in the City 2018 offers both a current snapshot and historical perspective on the mix of vehicles and pedestrians using London’s streets.
The Research Hub is a platform for collaboration and information sharing between Transport for NSW and researchers interested in transportation research.
Tube Heartbeat is a fascinating visual display of data, depicting the daily commutes of more than 2 million passengers on the London Underground.