This project will provide insight to rail infrastructure system owners/operators to support future efforts in designing for resilience and climate change adaptation.
This research will model the impact of various policy levers on carbon emissions from road and rail freight, and to identify the economic benefits.
This project will complete an investigation of train horn effectiveness, & inform transport industry orgs and policymakers of future procedures and applications.
This project will build a fact base to recognise the dangers of gaps between railway station platforms & any train, plus test proof of concept prototype solutions.
This project seeks to gain a holistic understanding of the most valuable applications of 5G in transport, including passenger safety and freight productivity.
This project will develop a real-time and lightweight perception unit for use in the rail corridor, for remote/semi-autonomous completion of many routine tasks.
This project will provide a comprehensive review of currently available Australian anthropometric data and its applicability to the Australian Transport industry.
This project will result in the building of a storymap to prepare for the safe navigation of passive level crossings by autonomous freight vehicles.
iMOVE Managing Director, Ian Christensen attended the 2018 Train Control Management Systems conference, and made a few notes on the proceedings.
The Metro is a new driverless train for new sections of Sydney’s rail network, and it’s undergoing testing right now ahead of being put into public use in 2019.