Austroads has recently published a report assessing options for the development of a compliance assessment framework (CAF) for cooperative intelligent transport systems (C-ITS) that will ensure the safe operation of C-ITS in Australia and New Zealand.
The options cover status quo, self-regulation, quasi-regulation and regulation, whereby the level of regulation and assurance by the government increases with each option. It also provides recommendations for the main tasks to be undertaken in the further development and implementation of C-ITS CAF for Australia and New Zealand.
In Australia and New Zealand significant C-ITS research work has been undertaken. Moreover, both countries are proactively undertaking connected and automated vehicle trials.
The technology is rapidly evolving and the public and private sectors are investing substantial amounts into developing and testing C-ITS technologies. Industry has stated its intention to start large-scale deployment of C-ITS enabled vehicles in 2019. For this to happen, coordination is urgently needed.
This webinar will give you an overview of Austroads’ assessment of C-ITS compliance assessment framework options.
You’ll learn about the
- background of the study
- C-ITS state of play
- C-ITS CAF model options and their assessment
- key findings from the literature review and stakeholder consultations
- main conclusions and recommended future work.
Join in a live Q&A with our expert panel to have your questions answered.
Presented by Jesper Engdahl, Dr Cornelie van Driel and David Green
Jesper Engdahl is an ITS Consultant and Partner at Rapp Trans, Switzerland. He supports operators and road agencies in the planning and implementation of ITS/ETC schemes. He has been actively involved in ITS standardisation since 1993. He supports the European Commission legislative process on the European electronic toll service (EETS), with his knowledge on standards, compliance assessment and certification, and takes part in the notified bodies’ EETS coordination group for the EETS.
Dr Cornelie van Driel is a Senior Consultant at Rapp Trans, Germany. She has more than 10 years of experience in the field of ITS and supports authorities in carrying out ITS research and feasibilities studies. She assisted the European Commission in the external stakeholders consultations in the framework of the ITS Action Plan, and Austroads’ in its Heavy Vehicle Charging Feasibility Study.
David Green is a Senior Professional Leader with the Future Transport Technology group at ARRB. He is a qualified civil engineer with over 17 years’ experience in the road and transport industry across road agency, private consultancy and research institutions. David has delivered a number of Austroads’ C-ITS research reports.
No charge but registration is essential.
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Fuente de la noticia: https://www.onlinepublications.austroads.com.au/items/WEB-R585-18