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  • MAX Series Episode 2: Infrastructure Readiness for Automated Vehicles

MAX Series Episode 2: Infrastructure Readiness for Automated Vehicles

Tue 14 Jul 2020


The transport sector is blessed with the potential of far-reaching new technologies, such as automation and connectivity, that are widely seen as transformative in solving entrenched road safety and traffic congestion issues. At the same time, AI and big data have advanced rapidly to be equally promising in understanding and managing complex multimodal systems in real time. On the ground, ITS has evolved into Cooperative ITS (C-ITS), exchanging new information between vehicles and the roadway systems they utilize. As we experience, and emerge from, the current world-wide disruptions to work, play and mobility, where do we stand with AVs going forward? Has the important role of Infrastructure Owners and Operators (IOOs) been clarified, or altered?



Dr Peter F. Sweatman Enterprise Professor in Transport Technologies / The University of Melbourne
Paul C. Ajegba Director / Michigan Department of Transportation
Dennis Walsh Co-Vice President ITS Australia / Chief Engineer / Queensland Department of Transport & Main Roads

MAX Signatories and Partners

The MAX: Michigan-Australia Exchange on Future Mobility is a partnership between the State of Michigan and the Australian Government that came into being with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in October 2018 in Melbourne.

Australian Government Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications
Michigan Economic Development Corporation
ITS Australia
The University of Melbourne
Michigan Department of Transport

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