FRIDAY 8th NOVEMBER 1pm – 4pm : SMART MOBILITY WORKSHOP
You are invited to attend a Smart Mobility workshop which will be held at The National Transport Research Centre from 1pm – 4pm on Friday 8th November. This workshop is brought to you by the Fishermans Bend Council and ARRB.
Marco Maréchal is an international expert in the area of smart mobility and cities and will be presenting a workshop at the National Transport Research Centre focussing on Mobility of the Future. That future has already arrived, and it is clear now that connected and automated vehicles (CAVs) are fast becoming a reality. Organisations like the Australia and New Zealand Driverless Vehicle Initiative (ADVI) are accelerating the safe and successful introduction of driverless vehicles to Australia and New Zealand.
“As the population of cities around the world
increases, the smart cities of the future will
ensure a robust approach to mobility”
The smart cities of the future are ones which are integrated into the lives of all people, anticipate and ensure a safe environment. Flexibility, safety, security and cost-effective mobility are paramount for citizens of any cities. As the population of cities around the world increases, the smart cities of the future will ensure a robust approach to mobility. What will also be discussed is the importance of having Automated Technology Testing environments to ensure mobility can be maximised with advancement of technologies. Driverless
test beds like the proposed Smart Mobility Living Lab will be discussed
at The 4th International Driverless Vehicle Summit at the
Sydney Olympic Park.
Marco Maréchal is an international speaker in the area of smart cities, smart mobility, smart water and smart energy. With more than 150 interactive presentations, lectures, seminars or workshops each year he is one of the leading
authorities in this area.
REGISTRATION FOR THIS FREE EVENT IS ESSENTIAL.
SECURE YOUR PLACE BY
5PM, NOVEMBER 6 BY EMAILING
Research Centre Contact
P: +61 3 9881 1555
80a Turner St.
Port Melbourne, VIC 3207