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?
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 European Commission, with the support of the EC-funded project ARCADE, is pleased to announce its Second European Conference on connected and automated driving: ‘Connected Automated Driving: Europe takes the lead’ The deployment of Connected and Automated Driving (CAD) can contribute significantly to our policy goals of bringing down the number of road fatalities, reducing harmful emissions from transport and reducing congestion. At the same time, automated mobility has the potential to strengthen the competitiveness of European industry, create new…Find out more »
Themed Smart Mobility, Empowering Cities, 26th Intelligent Transport Systems World Congress, the world’s leading transport technology congress, will arrive at the shores of Singapore from 21 – 25 October 2019.
10,000+ Participants | 300+ Exhibitors | 20+ Technical Tours and DemonstrationsFind out more »
Sydney is set to reinforce itself as Australia’s automated vehicle mecca when it hosts what is expected to be the biggest vehicle exhibition and trade show of its kind ever seen in Australia. With the theme of Forging the Future, the 4th International Driverless Vehicle Summit (IDVS4) brings together leading minds from across the nation and around the globe to showcase best-practice and unpack what needs to be done for Australia to transition from a focus on…Find out more »
Connected and Autonomous Vehicles have been an upward trending topic over the past decade. While the concept continues to be catalysed by technological innovation, the roadmap to implementation has been limited due to the increase in the complexity of the open environment. This hybrid NSP session brings together four speakers presenting on the opportunity context, followed by a Q&A discussion forum. John Wall will present on the “Future Vehicles & Technology Program” as a roadmap for the development of relevant national…Find out more »
How do we bring the people, processes, systems and technology we need together to deliver our future transport systems? The transport technology revolution continues unabated. At the centre of this remains the need to ensure that all elements are integrated effectively to deliver the services that will meet our communities’ needs. This webinar presents progress in how we are exploring and challenging our traditional approaches to transport operations and mobility through a collaborative research project at iMOVE involving partners Queensland…Find out more »
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