Wednesday 20 May 2020
The National Transport Commission (NTC) is about to consult on updates to the guidelines of trials of automated vehicles in Australia.
Early trials of automated vehicles in states and territories relied on exemptions from state laws such as the road rules and road safety acts, without any uniform guidance for governments and trialling organisations. The guidelines were developed to lessen the risk of differing conditions for trials across states and territories, which might add cost to industry and slow the uptake of automated vehicles and the benefits that they can provide.
This webinar will discuss the guidelines and we want to hear from you about whether the guidelines have been of assistance to governments and trialling organisations, and if they can be updated to further ensure a nationally consistent and safe approach to trials.
What automated vehicle applications do you think will be commercially deployed in Australia first?
- Heavy vehicle platooning
- Private car ownership
- Ride-hailing fleets
- Sally Todd
Director, Office of Future Transport Technology
Australian Government Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications
- Evan Walker
Director, Smart Innovation Centre
Transport for NSW
- Rahila David
Senior Policy Analyst
National Transport Commission (NTC)
- Greg Giraud
Managing Director – Australia and New Zealand
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