iMOVE’s first 10 projects: who’s doing what, and where?
iMOVE announced its first partner project in mid-February, and as of yesterday we’re proud to say that we now have 10 projects with a full description up on the site for your reading pleasure.
Click on any of the 10 projects listed below, find out more about the projects and the scope, and which of our partners are involved in each project.
If you’d like to see a full list of all iMOVE projects up and running, visit the List of iMOVE Projects page. Of the other four projects we have running we hope to soon be able to tell you more about them.
What’s happening in the long-term integrated transport plan for the Outer Harbour at Kwinana and its road and rail links to the rest of Western Australia? Find out more…FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
Somewhere in Australia, this project is looking to improve the ability of road authorities to predict network performance in the short-term using data-driven analytics and to estimate the impact of automated vehicles (AVs) in longer-term predictions. Who are they, and where is it? Find out more…FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
MaaS… it’s so hot right now. But how does Australia feel about it? Quite a few of our partners were curious about this, and made a point of asking Australians about it. What was the result? Find out more…FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
Connected vehicles, connected infrastructure… how do we make sure they’re all talking the same language, getting along, and being the safest a C-ITS Security Credential Management System (SCMS) can possibly be? 500 vehicles, somewhere in the northern part of Australia are helping us get this done. Find out who, and find out where…FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
Five of our partners are collecting and analysing detailed data in order to use advanced algorithms to spot traffic congestion early, and identify how to stop it happening before it happens. Who are these time lords? Find out more…FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
Current road infrastructure is from Venus, and automated vehicles are from Mars. How do we get these two crazy kids to get along? Find out more…FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
We welcome our upcoming new Connected and Automated Vehicles overlords on Australian roads. But let’s make sure they are safe, and deliver mobility and environmental benefits for all. Two of our partners are making this a priority. Who? Find out more…FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT