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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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Cubic Executive Appointed to Australia’s iMOVE Cooperative Research Centre Board of Directors

Cubic Transportation Systems (CTS), a business unit of Cubic Corporation (NYSE:CUB), has announced the appointment of Dirk Van de Meerssche, sales and marketing director of intelligent transport systems and tolling for CTS-Asia Pacific, to the board of directors at iMOVE Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) in Australia. Read more

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HMI Technologies launches Ohmio Automotion

HMI Technologies has launched subsidiary company Ohmio Automotion, a new company that will design, manufacture and support self-driving vehicles and connected vehicles. Read more

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Austroads Report: Prioritising On-Road Public Transport

On-road public transport provides the ability for people to move between their homes, employment, recreation and services efficiently with less road space being required per passenger than private car use. Read more

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EastLink launches the annual Victorian self-driving vehicle survey

The first major survey of Victorian motorists’ attitudes to self-driving vehicles is now underway. This annual survey will track changes into the future. Read more

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Australian consultancy Cica Group appoints industry leader Brian Negus to keep up with rapid growth

Cica Group has announced the appointment of Brian Negus, Strategic Adviser for the Royal Automobile Club of Victoria (RACV), as Chair of their board.

Cica’s network of experienced consultants guide enterprises to deliver complex technology projects, across sectors including intelligent transport systems (ITS), transport infrastructure, mining, utilities and government. Read more

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ITS (UK) Interest Group hears “Fix information quality first”

A group of the UK’s leading public transport experts are warning that traveller information must get much more reliable and available before Mobility as a Service (MaaS) can become a reality. Read more

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SBAS Expressions of Interest

SBAS has evaluated the submissions and identified some novel and high impact ideas that will clearly explore and demonstrate the benefits of the SBAS technologies.

The second call for EOIs will be open on 1 September 2017, with all EOI submissions due by 5pm AEST on Friday 29 September. Read more

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City of Ryde upgraded parking solutions

A growing region like the City of Ryde needs infrastructure systems to match that growth. To manage the public space efficiently, Councils need forward thinking solutions, from parks management to managing parking. For Ryde Council in metropolitan Sydney, this means staying on top of parking demands in the Macquarie Park corridor – an area expected to double in both floor space and working population over the next 14 years. Read more

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Emergency braking in two blinks of an eye

Another narrow escape: a cyclist appears as if out of nowhere and suddenly crosses the road. Distracted by the search for somewhere to park, the driver is powerless to avert what appears to be an inevitable disaster. Yet Bosch’s new emergency braking system with cyclist detection prevents any serious consequences, automatically bringing the car to a full stop from 40 kph. Read more

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