Register for these thought-provoking webinars.
Ahead of the International Driverless Vehicle Summit, we will be holding two hypothetical webinars.
Check out the video to see ARRB’s Dr. Charles Karl and Rita Excell discuss why you should attend the upcoming International Driverless Vehicle Summit, and what you can expect in Rita’s upcoming webinar.
Charles & Rita webinar
Starts tomorrow!

When will Driverless Vehicles be ready?

Tuesday 15 October 2019 at 11:00 AM AEDT

Join us for an important and insightful webinar by ADVI’s Executive Director Rita Excell that will challenge status quo thinking around the adoption and acceptance of driverless vehicles here in Australia and New Zealand.

Since its formation in 2015, ADVI has been at the forefront of addressing the myriad of challenges that will enable the safe and effective mass deployment of Driverless Vehicles on our roads. As a core value, ADVI believes that Driverless Vehicles are a necessary and important technology to arrest the growing number of deaths and crashes on our roads and advocates this as a means of achieving the government’s “vision zero”.

To achieve this goal, ADVI has identified the following areas that will need to be immediately addressed for the technology to be ready for rollout.

These are:

  • Where the technology will be developed
  • What testing protocols will be used
  • Community expectations of the technology
  • How safe will the technology be?

Rita’s presentation will address the myths and perceptions of the lack of local leadership in driverless technology and will demonstrate the world beating local technologies that are already playing on the global stage. Another area that will be covered will be the large number of active test sites and the development of local testbeds that are necessary to ensure that driverless vehicles are fit for Australian conditions.

Joining Rita will be ADVI’s Human Factors expert Selena Ledger, who will be addressing insights from the ADVI public perception surveys which identify concerns surrounding CAVs and CAV technology and the challenges that will need to be overcome to create market viability of this exciting technology.

Join us on Tuesday 15 October at 11:00 AM AEDT.

Registration for this FREE webinar is essential.

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Starts next week!

Are Australians ready for mobility solutions of tomorrow, today?

Tuesday 22 October 2019 at 2:00 PM AEDT

A recent audit of the landscape in Australia with technology transport trials suggest two key learnings. Firstly, the public are generally not aware of the different technologies available nor the productivity or efficiencies gain. Secondly, they are sceptical of the security, reliability and trustworthiness of the technology.

The concept of smart mobility is already within our grasp. The next step is to have a holistic approach to mobility – shared responsibility by the government, suppliers and the people. Service-related investments and their establishment needs to be considered just as policies and regulatory standards (if any) for services to operate within the jurisdiction. The traditional thinking of building, operating and managing transportation needs to change. Transportation system needs to be a holistic system and not separate systems, especially Public Transport.

These are just a few of the topics explored by Dickson Leow, Chief Technology Leader, National Leader Future Transport Systems at ARRB. Dickson will also bring with him a selection of expert panellists to be announced soon!

Ahead of this webinar ADVI has created a supporting Thought Starter to begin sparking thoughts which for many people have not even crossed your mind.

So please join Dickson in a conversation to understand and challenge the panel on this topic.

This webinar will be an interactive session utilising Mentimeter.

We are looking forward to a very interactive session!

Join us on Tuesday 22 October at 2:00 PM AEDT.

Registration for this FREE webinar is essential.

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Please note – these sessions will commence at AEDT (Australian Eastern Daylight Time). As time zones will vary for attendees, please check your own time zone. It is recommended that you connect to the webinar 15 minutes prior to allow sufficient time for potential connection delays.

After registering, you will be sent a reminder email and a link.

Recording – The recording will also be made available to registrants who are unable to attend the live broadcast.