The emergence of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS) and Automated Vehicles (AV) applications is predicted to fundamentally change our mobility and deliver a range of road safety benefits.
Australasian road agencies are seeking to share knowledge and learnings so that we can accelerate toward the deployment of CAVs.
This webinar will give you an overview of progress and key lessons learnt from three major Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAV) trials.
- Queensland’s Connected and Automated Vehicle Initiative’s C-ITS Pilot which is testing eight C-ITS use-cases on 500 vehicles on arterial and motorway roads in Ipswich.
- NSW Centre for Road Safety Cooperative Intelligent Transport Initiative’s (CITI) project which is the first large scale evaluation of C-ITS applications in heavy vehicles.
- ARRB/ConnectEast/VicRoads development of road certification criteria for partially automated vehicles on motorways through testing of a range of vehicles equipped with traffic sign recognition, lane keeping assistance, and adaptive cruise control.
Join in a live Q&A with our expert panel to ask questions about the trials.
No charge, but registration is essential.
About the presenters
Chris Jones is Austroads' Project Manager - Automated Vehicles and is currently responsible for preparing frameworks for the deployment of automated vehicles across road operations and registration and licensing. Chris sits on a range of steering committees supporting trials of automated vehicles in Victoria.
Niko Limans is Austroads’ Project Manager – Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS) and is currently preparing frameworks for C-ITS deployment including security management and communication/message protocols for V2X. He is an Australia and New Zealand representative in the European C-Roads.
Dr Miranda Blogg is the Director of the Cooperative and Automated Vehicle Initiative at the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads. She is a registered civil engineer with a PhD in traffic engineering, and has specialised in traffic engineering, transport planning and research for the past 20 years.
John Wall is the Manager of Road Safety Technology with Transport for NSW and is recognised as one of Australia's leading specialists in the application of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) for road safety. He has over 25 years of experience in the development of road safety strategies.
Samantha Taylor is the State Technical Leader (Vic/Tas) at ARRB. She has 20 years experience in transport consulting, research, academia and government, working across disciplines, engaging with stakeholders and encouraging teams to work together.
No charge but registration is essential.
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