This PhD project involves integration of multiple data sources for estimating freight origin-destination (OD) activities using video and traffic counts.
This research will undertake a comprehensive systematic literature review of international best practice in digitisation in the transport & freight sectors.
Swinburne University of Technology students and supervisors from the 2020 Undergraduate Industry Program tell their tale of the year.
A showcase of winning video presentations from iMOVE’s 2020 intake of Undergraduate Student Industry Program participants.
Transport for NSW and Swinburne University of Technology’s interactive survey is gathering feedback our Exploring the Movement and Place Framework project.
This research aims to identify and evaluate new solutions for commercial urban deliveries to meet the demand of last-mile and surging e-commerce markets.
An event was held last week to showcase the work of iMOVE’s 2019 intake of Undergraduate Student Industry Program participants.
This project will develop a series of evidence-based design principles and guidelines to balance place-making and vehicle movement in NSW.
The iMOVE project ‘Data collection for efficient bus replacement services in rail disruptions’ has been nominated for two prestigious research awards.
There are at least 6 forces that are expected to disrupt the urban mobility landscape. We investigate the what, why, and how, and what the future might be.
Professor Hussein Dia of the Swinburne University of Technology tells iMOVE about his work, academic career, and thoughts on what’s ahead in smart mobility.
Kate Cousins is Holden’s Active Safety and Automated Driving Lead Engineer. In this interview we find out more about her role, and her background.
iMOVE has marked the end of its first intake of Undergraduate Student Industry Program students with an awards dinner, with prizes awarded to students for their end-of-year video presentations.