This project will provide guidance on best practice for the procurement and safe use of incident response vehicles and truck-mounted attenuators.
A project investigating whether smart bike lights will not only enhance visibility, but also provide new insight into road safety issues for cyclists.
This study will look at current Australian attitudes towards CAVs, and levers available for government to increase community acceptance and confidence.
The objective of this project is to establish a vehicle as a test bed to enable applied research by the ARRB FTS team into deployment of CAVs in Australia.
The results of an eight-month study of the benefits of moving to more connected vehicle technology on Australian roads have been released.
This PhD looks at prediction of traffic disruptions in cities using AI and synergising traffic simulation modelling to help traffic authorities respond.
Safety and congestion are two of the key challenges on our networks and there is strong potential for connectivity and C-ITS to help.
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.
Queensland is looking for technology-based solutions to help reduce driver distraction due to use of mobile phones, tablets, and other devices.