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Connected and Automated Vehicles

Program Overview The next generation of motor vehicles are planned to include an increased level of wireless connectivity and automated driving capability. The convergence of these technologies has given rise to the term Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAV).  The potential societal benefits from these emerging technologies are significant, particularly with…
Austroads Projects The Austroads CAV program is managed in line with the Austroads Strategic Plan and Operational Plan. The current CAV projects are: NT1785 Cooperative ITS (Stage 2) SS1867 Safety Benefits of Cooperative ITS and Automated Vehicles BN2045 Assessment of Key Road Agency Actions to Support Automated Vehicles BR1982 Investigation…
Austroads has produced a range of reports that are relevant to both Cooperative ITS and Automated Vehicles. Registration, Licensing and CTP Insurance Issues Associated with Automated Vehicles This report considers the potential impacts on vehicle registration, driver licensing and compulsory third party (CTP) insurance arrangements that might arise from the…
The following is a summary of Connected and Automated Vehicle (CAV) trials involving Austroads member road transport authorities. New South Wales Cooperative Intelligent Transport Initiative (CITI) trial of heavy vehicle safety applications using Cooperative ITS.  Heavy Vehicle Priority Project trial of applications to provide heavy vehicle priority at signalised intersections.  Smart…

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