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Webinar: Infrastructure Changes to Support Automated Vehicles on Rural and Metropolitan Highways and Freeways
This webinar, presented on 7 November 2019, provides an overview of the gaps in current physical and digital road infrastructure to support connected and automated vehicles (CAVs) on Australian and New Zealand highways and freeways.
Infrastructure Changes to Support Automated Vehicles on Rural and Metropolitan Highways and Freeways: Emerging Asset Information Technology (Module 4)
Abstract The purpose of this project is to identify gaps in current physical and digital road infrastructure to support the operation of automated vehicles on key highways and freeways in Australia and New Zealand This Module 4 investigates emerging…
Infrastructure Changes to Support Automated Vehicles on Rural and Metropolitan Highways and Freeways: Audit Specification (Module 1)
By 2025, it is predicted that most new vehicles will be equipped with systems that can read traffic lines and signs. The purpose of this project (FSP6088) is to identify areas of current physical and digital road infrastructure on key highways and…
Infrastructure Changes to Support Automated Vehicles on Rural and Metropolitan Highways and Freeways: Asset Standards (Module 3)
This report investigates road asset standards relevant to connected and automated vehicles (CAVs) on metropolitan and rural highways and freeways in Australia and New Zealand. It builds on previous work by Austroads and other national and…
Infrastructure Changes to Support Automated Vehicles on Rural and Metropolitan Highways and Freeways: Road Audit (Module 2)
This project undertook an extensive field audit of Australian and New Zealand freeways and highways to inform the assessment of their readiness for active safety systems and automated driving.The road audit included more than 8 million individual…
Infrastructure Changes to Support Automated Vehicles on Rural and Metropolitan Highways and Freeways: Project Findings and Recommendations (Module 5)
The purpose of this project is to identify the gaps in current physical and digital road infrastructure to support the operation of connected and automated vehicles (CAVs) on key highways and freeways in Australia and New Zealand. By 2025, it can be…
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…