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Invitation for abstract submission has closed – deadline was 21 February 2018.
The NeTC 2018 Program Committee would like to thank all submitters for their interest and for taking the time to submit an abstract for presentation. The abstract reviews have been completed and all submitters have been emailed notifications. If you have not received yours, please contact ITS Australia: [email protected]
At the recent ITS World Congress, the sustainable and fair funding of transport assets was widely discussed. A repeated theme was the interconnection between aspects of transport management, with technology rapidly providing alternative pathways into road user charging.
With this in mind, the Submission Topics for NeTC 2018 Melbourne are purposefully broad as the Program Committee will look for trends, initiatives, opportunities and benefits:
- Emerging Tolling Technology vs. Traditional, Interoperability and Standardisation
- Case Studies – Disruptive Technologies, Implementation of New Technologies
- Current Projects – National, International
- International Tolling and Road User Trends
- Customer and User Experience, Community Expectations and Engagement
- Changing Behaviour of Road Users, Social Licence, Behavioural Economics, Integrated Mobility
- Tolling Compliance, Enforcement, Disputes – Trends, Improvements, Challenges
- National Policy, Network Pricing Model, Tax vs. User Pay, Regulation and Reform, Funding Models
- Payment Innovations (Apps, Blockchain, Integrated Payment Platforms)
- Data Analytics, Data Sharing, Information Brokering, Privacy and Security Considerations
- Road User Charging and Smart City Trends – MaaS, CAV, Converging Technologies, Congestion Management Trends
- Transport User Charging, or how to combine tolling with public transport fares
- Freight Access and Innovations
- Asset Management and Maintenance
- Start Ups: New Companies, New Players, New Technology
- Abstracts should be 200 words and written as a full paragraph. Multiple abstracts per submitter are permitted.
- Notifications were sent mid-March 2018, speakers required to confirm availability by 23 March 2018.
- Only abstracts received via the Online Abstract Submission Form will be considered.
- There is no funding provided to presenters at the conference, however a discounted speaker rate will be available. All presenters are responsible for their own expenses and arrangements to attend and present – it is also expected that presenters will make themselves available for the full meeting to provide value and networking opportunities to attendees.
- There can be up to 2 speakers per abstract / presentation.
- Formal invitations will be emailed to accepted submissions seeking Speaker Acceptance, details of speaker/s and an invitation to complete speaker registration.
- Abstracts must not contain bullet points, references, pics, charts, diagrams or tables. Any acronyms must be spelt out in the first instance.
- The organisers reserve the right to adjust the timeline as required.
- This event is not open to the public or media.
The abstract reviews have been completed and all submitters have been emailed notifications. If you have not received yours, please contact ITS Australia: [email protected]
Discounted Speaker Registration is available for speakers – the earlier you register as a speaker, the greater your registration savings. The Speaker Registration deadline is 13 April 2018.
Contact ITS Australia with any queries: [email protected] or Tel: +61 3 9646 6466