iMOVE has hit the 30 project mark. Find out more about the latest 10 projects, who’s leading them, and where they are taking place.
The Federal Government is looking for input from the freight and logistics sector in the design, breadth, and build of a National Freight Data Hub.
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.
Nicole Lockwood’s plenary at the 2019 ATRF Conference, focused on challenges and opportunities for Australia’s freight industry, and the importance of data.
Andrew Higgins is a Principal Research Scientist at CSIRO, and is the Project leader of TraNSIT (Transport Network Strategic Investment Tool).
iMOVE MD Ian Christensen took to the stage at the 7th Australian ITS Summit to deliver an update on the company’s project progress and breadth.
The Action Plan for National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy is the roadmap for the next 5 years for improvements in the freight and logistics sector.
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 Australian Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development has announced its plan to design a national freight data hub.
Overview of the Australian short-haul urban intermodal freight landscape, with a particular focus on Perth, and the work of PATREC.
Faced with the demands of the coming transport revolution, collaboration has never been so necessary as it is now.
iMOVE’s Freight Data Requirements Study is a blueprint for the ways technology can increase efficiency in Australia’s freight and logistics sector.
Identification & articulation of data requirements in the freight & supply chain sector, along with investigation of openness of companies to sharing data.
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.
After a successful 2016 trial of the GS1 data standards system, the Australian Logistics is now backing its adoption by the Australian logistics industry.