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
Australians spend on average 14 hours a year in search of an elusive perfect parking space, new research from HERE Technologies has shown, with young drivers prioritising conveniently located spots wasting twice as much time as older drivers, and more keen to adopt tech solutions to ease their parking pain. Read more
Trials to determine the compatibility of the latest automated vehicle technologies with EastLink have been steadily progressing throughout this year.
Level 2 vehicles from seven major manufacturers have already been trialled on EastLink – with more on the way – and the initial results are in! Read more
Toyota and Servco Pacific Inc. (Servco) have partnered to test a new car-sharing technology in Honolulu, Hawaii.
The suite of software and services is an important part of Toyota’s Mobility Services Platform (MSPF) which will offer various functions to enable a more convenient mobility experience. Read more
An automated vehicle trial is underway on the Monash-CityLink-Tullamarine corridor to help Victoria prepare for the future of driverless vehicles.
The Andrews Labor Government is partnering with VicRoads, RACV and Transurban, to trial connected and automated vehicles from manufacturers BMW, Mercedes, Tesla and Volvo. Read more
Since 2001, Monash Professional Pathways has been helping graduates make a successful transition from formal education into a professional career.
Through employability skills training and vocational placement experiences, Monash Professional Pathways supports graduates seeking professional experience and the opportunity to build a career in Australia. Read more
On August 2nd, Transport Minister Andrew Constance and Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight Melinda Pavey announced the state’s first automated vehicle trial. HMI Technologies are the project’s lead partners, and it will extend our expertise in automated vehicles, and make a major step towards initiating the smart transport revolution. Read more
Q-Free is now engaged in its third Australian Cooperative ITS (C-ITS) project, this time with Queensland’s Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR).
This follows successful deliveries of the company’s Universal ITS Stations to roads authorities in the states of New South Wales and Victoria. Read more