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ITS Australia Summit 2022


Program designed by industry for industry

Data, Transport and Information

Data analytics derive actionable insights from the vast quantity of data generated from various transport systems. The impact of data analytics is amplified by an ecosystem consists of data service suppliers, platform providers, regulators and end users.

Such an ecosystem supports the utilisation of data for the development in advanced learning models that are the building blocks for Artificial Intelligence in transport.
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Equitable and Accessible Transport

The pace of change is increasing exponentially, and as a result our environment and behaviour are changing just as fast: both as transport providers and customers. Advances in transport technology and planning, such as autonomous vehicles, connected, shared and electric vehicles are excellent examples of changes that will directly impact how people move throughout the transportation network to access education, employment, recreation and vital social services. 

At its core, it is not just about the technology itself but more importantly it is about putting the needs of the travelling public at the centre of mobility choices, understanding these through human-centred design, and developing key strategies to build a culture of accessibility and inclusion.

Vehicles: Autonomous, Connected, Electric, Shared

Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, Electric and Shared Vehicles are transforming the norm of transport industries. The development on CAVs has benefited from technologies in automation, sensing, connectivity, navigation and safety enforcement. Trials of CAVs have been seen in various places around the world with the intent to understand the operation environment, the ecosystem and the implication to urban mobility.

These, combined with the increased use of electric and shared vehicles, will all have major impacts on our transportation network.
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Future Mobility

Future Mobility has become one of the fastest growing sectors in the ITS industry and is a key contributor to smart transport and the liveability of our cities, suburbs and regional communities.

It coincides with other customer centric, demand responsive transport initiatives to mark a global trend towards sustainable and accessible urban mobility.

Transport Pricing, Modelling and Economics

Transport pricing can benefit from emerging tolling technologies, payment integrations and upgrade in infrastructures to enhance a seamless experience for travellers and lift operational efficiencies.

Operators can leverage connectivity and data analytics to deliver demand responsive pricing schemes that are complimentary to new mobility.
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Policy, Governance and Harmonisation

Transport policies, standards and regulations should serve to enable and accelerate the adoption of technologies and innovations in transport, while setting the goals in liveability, accessibility and sustainability.

Lessons can be learnt from early implementation of regulatory reforms across the globe and the best practices can be promoted.

Freight, Logistics and Drones

The freight and logistics industries are moving into a new era marked with increasing automation, intelligence, drones and multi-modality.

This trend is coupled with regulatory reforms that are steering the industries towards a safer, greener and sustainable future.
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