#IAMTHEEVOLUTION Futuristic Art Competition
The children of the future are filled with mathematicians, artist, scientists, futuristic thinkers, dancers, and inventors. We know that the future of automation and concepts lies within these children’s imagination.
So, don’t hesitate and enter our Future of Transport Art Competition. Tell the current inventors and scientist what you think the next driverless vehicle will look like.
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.
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ADVI Hypothetical Webinar Series 1 – Infrastructure Preparedness for Connected and Automated Vehicles and Electric Vehicles
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Thought Starter Hypothetical Webinar – Urban Planning and Land Use for Connected and Automated Vehicles
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