Technology showcased at CeBIT Australia event
More than 15,000 delegates attending the recent 2017 CeBIT Australia event in Sydney were able to learn more about driverless vehicle technology and get up-close-and-personal to examples of future motoring.
Added to that, thousands more across the country and further afield also heard about the latest developments happening across ADVI and its partners thanks to a proactive media campaign, which included a nationally broadcast live weather cross by Today Show reporter Natalia Cooper from the ADVI stand.
ADVI enjoyed a red-carpet display presence at the event, which is designed to showcase examples of technology that are yet to be part of mainstream society, but are expected to have a positive impact.
Thousands of people showed their interest in driverless and semi-autonomous technology during the 3-day event, enjoying the chance to see the Volvo XC90 and the RDM Group pod on display. A number of approaches were also received from interested parties keen on joining the ADVI program: including business futurists, urban planners, software developers, government, and roadside management developers.
This was a perfect platform for ADVI to demonstrate how it is working with partners to prepare Australia and New Zealand for the introduction of driver-assisted technology, and profile current and future technologies as we ultimately transition towards fully driverless vehicles.
ADVI welcomed the involvement of Munich Re, Avis Budget Group, RDM Group, ARRB and Volvo at the stand, and enjoyed the opportunity to network with other exhibitors who are also leading the way with innovative technology, data analytics and mobility solutions.