A delegation of ADVI partners is heading to the Automated Vehicles Symposium in San Francisco from 11-13 July.
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.
Innovate Australia and the Australia and New Zealand Driverless Vehicle Initiative (ADVI) are excited to announce the launch of the ADVI Victorian Driverless Vehicle Innovation Award. The award will be presented at the ARRB Inaugural Gala Dinner and Awards Night which is being held at the Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium on Friday 21st July, 2017.
To coincide with its red-carpet presence at this year’s CeBIT Australia conference, the Australia and New Zealand Driverless Vehicle Initiative (ADVI) has released two key thought-leadership papers on parking and transport planning opportunities from driverless vehicle technology.
In what tops off a busy week for driverless vehicle announcements in South Australia, ADVI program partner, Cohda Wireless is set to receive $2m from the State Government’s Future Mobility Lab Fund for two research and on-road trial projects.
Three ADVI program partners - RDM Group, Adelaide Airport and Flinders University - have today been announced as the first-round recipients of the South Australian Government's $10m Future Mobility Lab Fund.
ADVI is pleased to be a Supporting Partner of this year’s conference, which offers an impressive array of national and international experts as keynote speakers, who will explore critical issues arising from the introduction of driverless vehicles in Australia.
ADVI, in partnership with Investment Attraction South Australia (IASA), is inviting companies to submit a “Request for Information” for the supply of up to 15 driverless vehicles and associated services for first and last mile public transport options.
When it comes to the broad range of life-changing benefits offered by driverless vehicles, no longer having to concentrate on the road and react to what is happening around you is only the tip of the motoring iceberg.