Date: Thursday, 5 December 2019
Location: Online, 1:00pm AEDT
This webinar will give you an overview of the first version of the standardised condition and performance datasets for intelligent transport systems (ITS) assets.
ITS assets are technologies placed in vehicles and infrastructure to improve the safety and efficiency of transport systems.
The data specifications cover 155 data items including 56 inventory items, 20 condition items, 39 performance items and 40 key performance indicators (KPIs). The specifications also categorise the asset data requirements into core, desired and optional requirements, which allow a level of harmonisation, comparison and benchmarking across jurisdictions.
You will learn about:
- defining ITS asset criticality
- the proposed ITS asset data standard
- case studies on jurisdictional data collection and standardised KPIs for performance reporting
- benefit-cost-analysis for the implementation of the data standard
- how Auckland Motorways adopted the data standard and the insights and benefits gained.
Join in a live Q&A with our expert panel to have your questions answered.
Presented by Dr Clarissa Han and Dean Parker
Dr Clarissa Han joined ARRB in 2007 and has been managing and delivering high-profile research projects in network operations and ITS asset management areas. Clarissa has recently been appointed as the National Leader for Sustainability and Resilience Division at ARRB. She will also continue to be part of the ARRB Future Transport Systems division in her capacity as Principal Professional Leader with 20+ years’ engineering and research experience in traffic studies and analysis, congestion cost estimation, transport management and operations and emerging ITS technologies and tools.
Dean Parker currently works as the Intelligent Transportation System Asset Manager for the multi award winning Auckland Motorway Alliance based in New Zealand’s Largest city. In this role Dean is responsible for the management of field assets on the Auckland Motorway network and is also called upon to provide inputs into works nationally. In 2017 Dean was the recipient of the New Zealand Institute or Professional Engineers Traffic Safety Award for his work on the implementation of an Over Height Vehicle Detection System.
No charge but registration is essential.