iMOVE’s most-read articles of 2020, counted down from 10 to number 1.
iMOVE MD Ian Christensen’s appearance on The Reboot Show, in a video discussion about various aspects of the future of transport.
Watch the video of our Insights from COVID-era traffic data webinar Q&A, featuring speakers from Intelematics, TomTom, and the University of Melbourne.
Ali Soltani is a professor of urban planning currently working at UniSA Creative. iMOVE asked Ali his thoughts on transport and the pandemic.
Shannon Daberkow, Washington DC-based transport data specialist at Cubic Transportation Services, gives us her take on transport and the pandemic.
The Data Aggregation Pilot Project is an investigation of how industry freight data can be harnessed to inform infrastructure planning & policy priorities.
An interview with Stuart Ballingall, Executive General Manager of TCA, and his long involvement in bringing transport operators and technology together.
iMOVE MD Ian Christensen’s wrap-up of the 2019 ITS World Congress. What were the main trends, latest developments, and how is Australia faring?
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.
The iMOVE project ‘Data collection for efficient bus replacement services in rail disruptions’ has been nominated for two prestigious research awards.
Nicole Lockwood’s plenary at the 2019 ATRF Conference, focused on challenges and opportunities for Australia’s freight industry, and the importance of data.
Narjes Zarei is a senior research officer at the Centre for Accident and Road Safety Queensland. In this interview we cover her studies, career, and more.
The RAC and PATREC have used data from SmartRider cards to visually display a typical day on Perth’s public transport network.
The role of government in transport has until now been one of supreme authority. But ongoing, it will to have to learn to share with others.
The Royal Automobile Club of Western Australia has broadened its public trial of the Intellibus driverless bus to regional WA, with a 7-week trial beginning today in Busselton.