uesday 25 September 2018 | Online, 1pm – 2pm AEST
With on-road automated heavy vehicles trials in development and increasing demand from operators to implement the technologies, it is imperative that a greater understanding of the requirements for using automated vehicle technologies on remote and regional roads is established.
This webinar will present challenges around the introduction of automated heavy vehicles to remote and regional areas and the opportunities for future their use in Australia and New Zealand.
You’ll learn about the views of international experts on:
- cellular connectivity and digital infrastructure requirements
- geofencing and managing access
- physical infrastructure impact and requirements
- platooning operations and technology advancement.
The outputs aim to provide road managers and industry with direction for their development of facilities, procedures and regulations around the identified use cases of automated highway driving and platooning.
Join in a live Q&A with our presenters to ask questions about the operations of automated heavy vehicles in remote and regional areas.
Presented by Dr Steve Shladover, Anthony Germanchev and Dr Ronny Kutadinata
Dr Steve Shladover is a Research Engineer at University of California, USA. He was one of the pioneers in the creation of the ITS program in the U.S., beginning with work on founding the California PATH Program in the mid 1980s.
Anthony Germanchev leads the Advanced Technologies Lab at ARRB. Anthony has an engineering degree in Robotics and Mechatronics and over 10 years of experience as a consultant and researcher in the transport industry.
Dr Ronny Kutadinata is a Senior Professional Leader, Future Transport Technology at ARRB. He joined ARBB in 2017 to assist the Australian Driverless Vehicle Initiative and to work closely with the Network Operations, Freight, and Heavy Vehicles teams.
No charge but registration is essential.
Can’t make the live session? Register and we’ll send you a link to the recording.
Fuente de la noticia: https://www.onlinepublications.austroads.com.au/items/WEB-AP-R579-18-2