What is ADVI?
ADVI is the peak industry body accelerating the safe and successful introduction of driverless vehicles onto Australia and New Zealand’s roads.
What is a driverless car?
Is a car that has higher levels of automation where a driver may not need their hands on the steering wheel, through to where a vehicle may not need a steering wheel at all.
The Automated Vehicles Symposium convenes industry, government, and academia from around the world to address complex technology, operations, and policy issues. Our mission is to inform and engage, to support progress towards safe, automated mobility. Topics include law, infrastructure, operations, human factors, shared mobility, cybersecurity, ethics, aftermarket products, enabling technologies, roadworthiness certification, cities, public policy, and consumer acceptance. Now in its fourth year, the symposium is the largest dedicated automated vehicles meeting in the world. Source: http://www.automatedvehiclessymposium.org/homeFind out more »
Australia’s cities, suburbs and regional communities are home to over 75% of our highly urbanised population. How we plan for the immense challenges and opportunities of tomorrow is critical to the health, wealth and wellbeing of all citizens. Building on the success of the Future Cities Summit 2016, we are expanding our platform for collaboration and learning and will bring together international, federal, state and local government leaders along with private sector champions who are leading the way in adopting…Find out more »
Thought Starter Hypothetical Webinar – Urban Planning and Land Use for Connected and Automated Vehicles
The key objective of city planning should be diverse mobility. This is defined as access to mobility options that maximise effectiveness in terms of cost, time, network impacts, social (health) outcomes and environmental outcomes. How will cities need to change and adapt to support this future? When you imagine this future, what does the city look like?Find out more »
ERTICO ITS Europe organises either an ITS World Congress or an ITS European Congress every year. The ITS World Congress rotates between Europe, the Asia Pacific region and the Americas, returning to Europe every three years. The ITS World Congress is held in Europe in the years where there is no ITS European Congress. The Congresses provides the ideal opportunity for all stakeholders to come together, discuss and make the necessary contacts to move initiatives forward and to develop their…Find out more »
Defining the legal guidelines, rules and regulations for Autonomous Vehicles There are still no universal rules or regulations under which autonomous vehicles can operate, and the potential legal issues surrounding autonomous vehicles are undefined. This conference discusses and explores how to create a regulatory framework to enable further public testing of autonomous and driverless vehicles. It also debates what regulatory and legal challenges must be addressed before autonomous vehicles can be purchased and used by consumers. Source: http://www.autonomousregulationscongress.com/en/Find out more »
The Australia and New Zealand Driverless Vehicle Initiative (ADVI) team is excited at the opportunity to present what will be the biggest and best Summit to date – which will be packed with an array of prominent national and international driverless vehicle experts representing a range of sectors. This year, IDVS3 will focus on Accelerating the Mobility Evolution and will be a platform for the world’s preeminent experts on driverless vehicle technology to come together and discover, learn and…Find out more »
The National Local Roads and Transport Congress Exhibition is open for sale. The Congress delegates are key influencers and decision makers within councils, so the Congress provides a valuable networking and sales opportunity for businesses and organisations who want councils to use their products and services.Find out more »
ADVI is happy to facilitate, Dr. David Ward visit to South Australia. We are looking forward to him sharing his expertise with all our ADVI Partners regarding the safety, reliability, and security of embedded electronic systems in the automotive industries. At HORIBA MIRA, Dr. Ward and his team of 30 experts are responsible for training, consultancy and independent safety assessment in the functional safety standard ISO 26262 and other related standards. Core functional safety competencies include automated driving functions,…Find out more »
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