We’re making moves, and making the news! Here’s a collection of interviews and articles about iMOVE and its research and business partners.

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15 August 2018

Ian Christensen, mover and shaker

An interview with Ian Christensen, iMOVE’s Managing Director, was featured in the Movers and Shakers section of The National Collision Repairer magazine. Click the link below to read the online version of the magazine. Ian’s interview is on pages 12 to 14.

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11 June 2018

Cubic signs new R&D agreement with iMOVE

Cubic Corporation has announced that its Cubic Transportation Systems (CTS) business division has signed an agreement to participate in a research and development (R&D) project designed to improve traffic flow in Melbourne and other Australian cities through improved situational awareness for network operators.

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15 May 2018

Australian iMOVE project to study big data’s role in improving transport management

The Australian iMOVE Cooperative Research Center (CRC) consortium has launched a new project that will study and evaluate the use of multiple data sources for improved transport management and journey reliability.

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6 April 2018

Connected cars: iMOVE prepares Ipswich trial of black boxes to reduce congestion

The Queensland town of Ipswich is hosting a project that will have cars ‘talk’ to one another to aid in the reduction of accidents and traffic congestion.

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19 February 2018

iMOVE makes its first move

THE newly funded co-operative research centre focused on intelligent transport systems, iMOVE, will partner with the Queensland government in Australia’s largest trial of connected vehicles.

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16 February 2018

iMOVE CRC partners with QLD Govt on vehicle safety trial

Through a new research project, Queensland’s Department of Transport and Main Roads, iMOVE CRC and the Queensland University of Technology will seek to validate the effectiveness of emerging vehicle technologies.

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22 September 2017

Driverless cars: safer perhaps, but professor warns of privacy risks

On Thursday, the federal government formally launched a $55m bid to answer some of the questions that surround the nascent technology.

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17 June 2017

iMOVE CRC appoints new Chair

iMOVE CRC has announced the appointment of Ian Murray AM as its Chair, effective immediately.

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19 April 2017

Isuzu Australia CEO backs 10-year, $55 million grant to the iMove Co-operative Research Centre

Phil Taylor, Isuzu Australia Limited director and chief operating officer Phil Taylor, has praised the Federal government’s funding of iMOVE CRC.

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13 March 2017

Government commits $55 million to vehicle tech research in congestion fight

The Federal Government has announced a $55 million investment over 10 years into digital and evolving vehicle technologies to help improve traffic flow.

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8 March 2017

$55m funding to kick-start iMove CRC

The iMOVE CRC will explore evolving new vehicle technologies that can help reduce congestion, fuel use and emissions while improving national productivity and competitiveness.

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8 March 2017

Green light for transport R&D

Research into intelligent transport systems and infrastructure will expand at Flinders University after the Federal Government announced its funding of iMOVE CRC.

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7 March 2017

ALC happy with iMOVE CRC bid decision

The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) has welcomed the government’s acceptance of the intelligent transport systems industry’s bid to develop a new co-operative research centre.

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29 August 2016

The future of transport systems

As the Automotive Australia 2020 CRC wraps up, CEO Ian Christensen looks forward to the new iMOVE CRC.

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