2015 ITS Australia Summit and NeTC Forum
The 2015 ITS Australia Summit and National Electronic Tolling Forum opened for business this morning in Melbourne with a busy speakers’ program to update local tolling projects, debate alternative tolling tag technologies and to generate ideas to improve the customer experience.
ITS Australia Chief Executive Officer Susan Harris said combining the NeTC Forum and the ITS Australia Summit in 2015 was an ideal opportunity to bring the industry together before all sectors come together again when ITS Australia hosts the 23rd ITS World Congress in Melbourne in October 2016.
“We are delighted to host 400 plus people at this combined event. We thank the industry for responding so enthusiastically,” said Susan Harris.
Crowds and motion
Future Tense program Interview ABC RN with Guest Susan Harris, Chief executive ITS Australia (Intelligent Transport Systems Australia)
We might not give it much thought, but how we move is naturally predetermined. Left to our own devices we don’t usually walk in straight lines or make 90 degree turns, so why do so many architects and urban planners still favour grids and sharp angles?
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Media Release 18 March 2015
Australia’s two leading annual intelligent transport systems conferences – the Australian ITS Summit and the National Electronic Tolling Forum – will be held at the Crown Conference Centre from 12 to 14 May with national and international guest speakers and more than 400 delegates expected to attend.
Hosted by Intelligent Transport Systems Australia (ITS Australia), the events bring together ITS industry leaders, government, transport businesses and users, and academics to explore ways to maximise the efficiency and improve the sustainability of Australia’s transport infrastructure.
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Profile: ITS Australia
Posted on December 11, 2014 by brwagenblast
You may be quite familiar with ITS organizations in your own nation, but what about other ITS groups around the world?
Transportation Radio profiles ITS Australia in this interview with its CEO, Susan Harris.
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Intelligent Transport Systems organisations and professionals representing industry, government and the research academic community were recognised by their peers in Australia’s 2014 National Awards.
ITS Australia congratulates the award recipients who were announced at a celebration dinner in Brisbane QLD on 28 November 2014.
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The short list of competitors for the enhanced National Intelligent Transport Systems Awards has been announced by the Awards Judging Panel.
Judging Panel Chair and ITS Australia Director Gino Dompietro said the high quality and record number of entries for the 2014 National ITS Awards reflects the growth and maturity of the Australian ITS industry and presented judges with a challenging task.
“The industry responded positively to the new entry criteria and to the expanded range of award categories,” said Gino Dompietro. “Australia leads the world in some key ITS sectors and these Awards hosted by ITS Australia will help our industry gain the international recognition it deserves.”
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Winners will be announced at the Awards Presentation Night Dinner, Friday 28 November 2014 in Brisbane. Seats are limited and selling fast. Click here to purchase tickets for the awards presentation night.
Media Release 30 October 2014
Used vehicle imports a risk to safety: ITS Australia
Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) Australia has highlighted the risks to Australian transport safety that would be created by allowing parallel new vehicle and used vehicle imports. The warning is part of ITS Australia’s submission to the Federal Government 2014 Review of the Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989.
Infrastructure and Regional Development Minister Jamie Briggs’ terms of reference for the 2014 Review emphasises “ . . . reducing regulatory burden (red tape) on business . . .” and whether the Act “. . . facilitates effective and proportionate compliance by industry and consumers bringing new and used road vehicles to the Australian market for the first time.”
ITS Australia Chief Executive Officer Susan Harris said reducing barriers to used and parallel imported vehicles could have significant unintended consequences for the safety and efficiency of Australian transport. Read More
ITS Australia’s expanded intelligent transport systems industry awards program has received a record number of entries in 2014. Read latest Media Release.