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MAX Series Episode 8: Rolling Out Safety Advances with C-ITS or V2X

Tue 09 Mar 2021

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Michigan has been active with model deployments of connected vehicles (V2V) and infrastructure (V2I), principally using Dedicated Short Range Communication (DSRC) as the communication medium. Based on positive results, US Federal R&D programs have elevated V2V technology and operations to a safety initiative of national significance. In Australia, this set of technologies has been termed Co-Operative ITS (C-ITS) and has been trialled using both cellular and DSRC, including use of more recent 5G capabilities and reference to a comprehensive set of applications, or use cases, formulated in Europe. At this point, C-ITS consists of a reasonably firm set of communication protocols, and a well-seasoned set of use cases.

These use cases are aimed at specific behaviours which are in turn related to crash or pre-crash circumstances. Significant challenges remain in putting together the necessary public and private sector actors and arriving at viable co-operative business models. Learnings from the respective jurisdictions will be discussed.

Recording

Panellists

Dr Peter F. Sweatman Enterprise Professor in Transport Technologies / The University of Melbourne
Collin Castle ITS Program Manager / Michigan Department of Transportation
Dr Michael Shulman Technical Expert for Connected Vehicles / Ford Motor Company Research and Advanced Engineering
Dr Miranda Blogg Director, Cooperative and Automated Vehicle Initiative (CAVI) / Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads
Mario Filipovic Manager Intelligent Transport Systems and Advanced Vehicle Safety, Advanced Planning Division / Toyota Australia

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
Austroads
ITS Australia
The University of Melbourne
Michigan Department of Transport

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