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Webinar: Connected and Automated Vehicles Open Data
This webinar, presented on 13 November 2018, outlines the strategic context on the supply of road operator data for connected and automated vehicles use in Australia, and the recommended next steps to navigate through this developing field.
Webinar: Implications of Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR) Systems for Road Operators
This webinar, presented on 23 October 2018, provides an overview of an Austroads study into Traffic Sign Recognition Systems in Australia and New Zealand.
Harmonisation of Pavement Markings and National Pavement Marking Specification
This report documents a project undertaken to achieve national harmonisation through the development of national performance specification/criteria for pavement markings. The project investigated: longitudinal and transverse linemarking types and…
Implications of Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR) Systems for Road Operators
Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR) is an in-vehicle technology which attempts to read and interpret roadside traffic signs. Vehicle manufacturers are moving towards enabling speed assistance and automated driving using TSR systems and the benefits of…
Webinar: Connected and Automated Vehicles Trials
This webinar, presented on 3 July 2018, provides an overview of the progress and key lessons learnt from three major Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAV) trials in Australia. It covers: ARRB/ConnectEast/VicRoads development of road certification…
Webinar: Safety Benefits of Cooperative ITS and Automated Driving in Australia and New Zealand
This webinar, presented on 23 October 2017, provides an overview of the findings of an Austroads research report into the safety benefits of Cooperative ITS and Automated Driving in Australia and New Zealand. The webinar was presented by Chris Jones…
Webinar: Assessment of Key Road Operator Actions to Support Automated Vehicles
This webinar provides an overview of the challenges posed by the operation of automated vehicles on public roads. It includes issues around three broad categories: physical infrastructure; digital infrastructure; and road operations.
Guidelines for Trials of Automated Vehicles in Australia
These guidelines provide a flexible framework to encourage innovation and ensure safety when testing automated vehicle technology on Australian public roads.