TO ACCELERATE THE SAFE AND SUCCESSFUL INTRODUCTION OF DRIVERLESS VEHICLES ONTO AUSTRALIAN ROADS

What is ADVI?

Self-driving vehicles will make driving easier, allow people to be more productive and offer greater mobility to a wider range of people than ever before. They will also help improve road safety, reduce emissions, and ease congestion. As a result, self-driving vehicles will provide significant economic, environmental and social benefits, including improving social inclusion.

The key thrust of the Australian Driverless Vehicle Initiative is to build momentum by rapidly exploring the impacts and requirements of this new technology in a truly Australian context and making recommendations on ways to safely and successfully bring self-driving vehicles to Australian roads.

To do this we will raise public awareness through live demonstrations involving government, industry, research entities and the media. The intention is to provide an avenue to showcase the involvement and contributions of collaborating partners involved in this important initiative.

How will it happen?

As a cooperative of its members, ADVI will work with government, industry and academia to investigate and ultimately identify options and outcomes to help inform the development of robust national policy, legislation, regulation, facilities and operational processes to bring self-driving vehicles safely to Australian roads.

A staged program of activity is planned, which will deliver valuable outcomes within agreed timeframes. The major process is as follows:

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Timeline

A timeline for development of highly and fully automated vehicles has been proposed.

To view a bigger version of this timeline, please click here.

Prospectus

Download our prospectus for collaboration to establish infrastructure needs and benefits.

ADVI Summit 2017


Our 2nd International Driverless Vehicle Summit 2017, will be held from
16 - 17 November 2017 at the Adelaide Convention Centre.
For more info please visit: idvs2017.com.au

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