This proof-of-concept project aims to develop a Vehicle to Bicycle (V2B) communication system to reduce collisions and enhance driver awareness of cyclists.
A PhD research program investigating physical interactions between Connected and Automated Vehicles and Vulnerable Road Users in order to assess safety.
How would an autonomous car fare on Australian roads right now? Could it read road signs? How much more help would it need? We found out.
iMOVE’s Cooperative and Highly Automated Driving Safety Study project, using ZOE2, a level 4 CAV, has been shortlisted for an award.
Digitalisation of buses offers safety and operational improvements, and enhances the overall passenger experience.
Courtesy of the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads, QUT’s ZOE CAV and its research team are available for interested parties.
Narjes Zarei is a senior research officer at the Centre for Accident and Road Safety Queensland. In this interview we cover her studies, career, and more.
Elon Musk has again spoken out on LIDAR, decrying its use in autonomous vehicles. We obtained Professor Michael Milford’s opinion on this technology debate.
Cohda Wireless has joined the TMR and iMOVE project ‘CAVI 500-vehicle C-ITS Field Operational Test’, supplying tech for V2V and V2I communications.
Queensland’s Hold the Red trial sees radar used to prolong red traffic light signals in instances of drivers looking likely to beat a change of lights.
iMOVE sits down with QUT’s Michael Milford, asking him about how he came to specialise in the fields of robotics and artificial intelligence.
Improvement of Brisbane’s parking management through analysis, prediction, and data sharing.
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.
iMOVE, QUT and Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads have signed a $2.58 million, 3.5 year research partnership to help prepare for and accelerate the emergence of cooperative technologies onto Australian roads.
Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads is conducting an on-road field test of C-ITS safety applications retrofitted to around 500 vehicles and road infrastructure, in Ipswich, Queensland.