Category: ITS Australia News


Former ITS Australia President Lauchlan McIntosh elected new Global NCAP Chairman

Lauchlan McIntosch has been elected Global NCAP Chairman at the organisation’s annual meeting held in Antwerp. He succeeds Max Mosley who is retiring as Chairman having served in this role since Global NCAP’s formation in 2011. Lauchlan McIntosh is a past President of ITS Australia. Read more

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Policy Manager

ITS Australia is seeking a Policy Manager. This new role is an opportunity to be a thought leader and influence how we will live tomorrow. Attractive package and flexible conditions for the right candidate. Would suit someone from the industry, with passion and drive to make a difference. Read more

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Inner-city Melbourne to become a testing ground for smart, integrated transport

Buses, trams and cars will be able to talk to each other as part of a
world-first transport project that will prevent traffic jams, cut travel times,
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Smart Transport for Mobility Systems Joint Submission

ITS Australia has particpated in an industry collective representing over 380 public and private sector organisations that define transport and mobility in Australia.

The Smart Transport for Mobility Systems Joint Submission recommends that the Federal Government considers including smart transport and mobility system indicators in the National Cities Performance Framework (NCPF). Read more

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ITS Australia to outline Intelligent Transport Systems opportunities to Federal Government

ITS Australia will today meet with the Hon Darren Chester MP, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport to consider future transport technology opportunities in Australia.

ITS Australia identified 43 focus areas for Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) in its Report Smart Transport for Australia to support the development, deployment and adoption of transport technology to improve the safety, efficiency and sustainability of Australia’s transport network. Read more

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Australian states lead Connected and Automated Vehicle trials

ITS Australia has welcomed the latest Australian state government announcement of connected and automated vehicle trials on public roads.

On Friday 11 August 2017, the Victorian Government announced an automated vehicle trial had commenced on the Monash-CityLink-Tullarmarine corridor in partnership with RACV, Transurban and VicRoads. Read more

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Intelligent Transport Systems – Transforming transport in Australia

Solar powered cars, drones and the Southern Hemisphere’s only Hyperloop project are among the transport technology initiatives being considered to transform mobility in Australia.

Intelligent transport systems (ITS) leaders from American, Asia Pacific and Europe will join the Australian smart transport community to explore current and future technologies at the Australian Intelligent Transport Systems Summit, 27-28 September 2017, at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.  Read more



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ITS Australia confirms 2020 vision to bring ITS Asia Pacific Forum and Exhibition to Brisbane.

ITS Australia has confirmed it intends to bid for the 17th ITS Asia Pacific Forum and Exhibition, in 2020 in Brisbane.

The peak national body for the Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) industry in Australia has today publicly declared its plans to bid for the Forum. Read more

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Transport technology achievements to be recognised at ITS Australia National Awards 2017

The Australian Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) industry has been invited to ensure talent and achievements are duly recognized.  

ITS Australia has called on Australian governments, industry and academic institutions to nominate cutting edge projects and high achievers operating in the transport technology industry for the ITS Australia National Awards 2017.  Read more

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ITS World Congress, Melbourne – Australia’s largest international association conference of 2016 just got bigger

Melbourne, 15 May 2017 – The economic benefit of the 23rd World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, in Melbourne, is now estimated to be $46.6 million – nearly twice the initial projection.

The increase is attributed to the higher than anticipated attendance figures. More than 11,500 Australian and international delegates participated – that’s 4,500 registrations more than the target figure of 7,000. The high volume of visitors had a positive impact on the local economy with benefits felt, in particular, across hotels, transport companies, restaurants and places of interest. Read more

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