Finalists in the 2024 ITS Australia awards have been announced. Here’s the iMOVE projects included, & news of our sponsoring the R&D award category.
Develop and field test a large animal activated roadside monitoring and alert system for detecting large animals on roadsides and alerting motorists in advance.
This project will report findings on six use cases unique to Australia as pertains to the use of autonomous vehicles on public roads.
Development of a roadmap for the governance of truck movement data, analysing current / future policy and data sharing landscape for truck telematics data.
Congratulations to Professors Sebastien Glaser and Ronald Schroeter for the new Training Centre for Automated Vehicles in Rural and Remote Regions.
The final reports for the Cooperative and Highly Automated Driving Safety Study, a trial of a prototype, level 4, highly automated vehicle on Queensland roads.
This study of advanced technologies for road user detection, sensing, and perception has the aim of enhancing traffic operations at signalised intersections.
The Department of Transport and Main Roads (Queensland) CAVI initiative is at the forefront of work on connectivity and automation for safer & cleaner roads.
This project aims to perform a comprehensive diagnostic of TMR’s motorway control algorithms and opportunities for optimisation using emerging technologies.
This project will complete an investigation of train horn effectiveness, & inform transport industry orgs and policymakers of future procedures and applications.
Demonstrating the use of historic crowdsourced data to create value in road management process by prototyping tools supporting road network management.
This project will identify functional safety risks of selected scenarios of the remote operation of Highly Automated Vehicles, and provide recommendations.
Attendees at the upcoming ITS Australia 2022 Summit event in Brisbane will be able to try Mobility as a Service, with the ODIN Pass.
Chintan Advani’s PhD topic is ‘Empirical modelling of traffic states and route choice behaviour’. This profile outlines his work, lessons learnt, and more.
This research will address key issues regarding perceptions of ADAS and AVs in older adults, the extent to which this tech can improve their safety and mobility.
Download the three final reports from iMOVE’s ‘Ipswich Connected Vehicle Pilot (ICVP) project.