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.
Reaching Level 3 & 4: The No. 1 U.S. event on technical challenges for vehicle automation. The Automotive Tech.AD is the U.S. leading knowledge exchange platform bringing together 250+ stakeholders who are playing an active role in the vehicle automation scene. Testing & Validation, Sensor Fusion, Deep Driving, Operational Safe Systems, Cognitive Vehicles, Software Architectures & much more. Join Tech.AD and discuss your roadmap for vehicle automation. Discover the next era of vehicle automation – now! Source: http://autonomous-driving-detroit.com/en/Find out more »
The Ageing Well Revolution Conference is spear-headed by the Economic Development Board of South Australia under the guidance of Chairman Raymond Spencer and Board Member Mr Mike Rungie. The Economic Development Board (EDB) was established in 2002 and is an independent advisory body to the Government on economic development issues in South Australia. The major activities of the EDB are to: Advise the Government of the day on what is needed to maximize economic development, and identify what needs fixing, changing…Find out more »
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and Autonomous Driving are escalating requirements for data acquisition, smarter systems integration both inside and outside the vehicle, information exchange between vehicles, and efficient validation of each system. This escalation impacts engineers' roles and responsibilities, development processes and testing methods. Because of these new technologies and processes, the vehicle manufacturers race each day to add new expert organizations and experienced individuals to their teams. New sensor types, placement of sensors, and ever increasing types and quantity of…Find out more »
The ICCV 2018: 20th International Conference on Connected Vehicles aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Connected Vehicles. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Connected Vehicles.Find out more »
The ADVI New South Wales Driverless Vehicle Innovation Award, in conjunction with Innovate Australia, is designed to recognise the NSW organisation that has initiated, developed and/or delivered over the previous year, a new and innovative piece of research, product, program, service, legislation, business model or other innovation or achievement that has, or will, play a key role in accelerating the safe and successful introduction of driverless vehicles on Australian roads. Join us for an evening of networking overlooking the stunning…Find out more »
Get ready roads and transport professionals, the highly anticipated 28th Australian Road Research Board (ARRB) International Conference is en route to Brisbane, Australia! ARRB welcomes researchers, practitioners, academia and industry to join in the robust discussion of “Next Generation Connectivity”. Promised to be the largest scale ARRB conference to date, this international event will bring together world-renowned experts to discuss the latest innovations and technologies, for maximising the total economic and social benefit of road infrastructure. Themes include: • Intelligent…Find out more »
The Australian Road Research Board (ARRB) and the World Road Association’s (PIARC) committee on pavements is proud to present the 8th Symposium on Pavement Surface Characteristics: SURF 2018. ARRB brings this event to Australia on behalf of PIARC, with a focused consideration of 'Vehicle to Road Connectivity'. From the 2 – 4 May 2018 in Australia’s sunny Queensland, we warmly welcome road surfacings researchers, academics, industry professionals and all other interested parties to join the discussion on methods to improve…Find out more »
ADVI Hypothetical Webinar Series 1 – Infrastructure Preparedness for Connected and Automated Vehicles and Electric Vehicles
Objective To challenge the status quo of infrastructure planning by providing thought leadership around how infrastructure must be considered and planned to be most productive as part of the Connected and Automated Vehicle (CAV) future. New objectives for transport infrastructure are: Key questions which need to be asked to answer these concerns are: are we building the right infrastructure? Are we allowing for, and thinking of, our future demands? How will the broader system will be entwined? Can governments keep…Find out more »
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