2022 Agenda

Sydney, 18 - 19 May 2022

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May 1809:00
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Enabling shared streets – Lessons from NSW government public space programs

Plenary (Theatre 4)
Theatre 4
May 1809:30
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Enabling a connected and sustainable future through location technology

Plenary (Theatre 4)
Location technology plays an essential role in enabling a connected future, whether it is creating new digital experiences, enabling an electrified fleet, or navigating the autonomous drive systems. The technology to deliver reliable, safe, and comfortable use of automation is now available, but the challenge to deliver this in an open and collaborative manner remains.
Daniel Antonello, General Manager, ANZ, HERE Technologies
Theatre 4
May 1810:00
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Connected and personalised customer journeys - TfNSW case study

Plenary (Theatre 4)
Theatre 4
May 1810:30
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Forward Moving Aggregate Spreaders; A Safety Initiative

Roads Construction/Tunneling (Theatre 4)
Theatre 4
May 1810:30
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The future Australian transport and mobility environment

Intelligent Transport Systems (HERE Technologies Theatre)
With significant changes occurring in technology and mobility services, there is a need to better understand the ‘forest’ from the trees’ as we plan for the emerging future transport and mobility environment.The presentation will report a conceptual Future Transport & Mobility Environment (FTME), showing its key components and roles.This is a foundational piece of work as it supports coordination of activities and investments enables identification and development of future solutions.
HERE Technologies Theatre
May 1810:30
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The Path “Towards Zero” can technology get us there

Road Safety/Law Enforcement (Innov8)
  • The NSW Government has a target for zero road deaths and serious injuries by 2050, consistent with the National Road Safety Strategy 2021-30. While 2050 may seem a long way off it is crucial to plan now for what our transport system needs to look like in the future. To do this in NSW, Australian-first in-depth modelling was employed to estimate NSW trauma levels in the future, set a long-term vision for our transport system to achieve zero, and then work backwards to identify what the system needs to look like in 2030, and the changes needed to get there.
  • Overall, modelling results show the potential to cut deaths by 90 per cent and serious injuries by 80 per cent by 2050. This highlights that a low trauma future is achievable by delivering the right combination of high-benefit road safety measures across the NSW network.
  • Technology to support safer people, safer vehicles and safer roads will play a key role in driving future road trauma reductions if safety outcomes are integrated throughout planning, development and implementation. While vehicle automation continues to evolve, the full benefits of technology improvements will not be fully realised for decades to come . With the average age of a vehicle in NSW currently being 10 years, it takes time for technology in new vehicles to reach a majority of road users. Currently a third of vehicles involved in NSW fatal crashes are aged 15 years or older, and only 39 per cent of the current light vehicle fleet registered in NSW has a 5 star ANCAP safety rating.
  • Ongoing technology transformation in aftermarket vehicle technologies, human factors support technologies and automated enforcement technologies along with road infrastructure technologies in the near to mid-term will continue to be critical in saving lives, while also equipping the network with the right type of features to support advancing vehicle technology in the future.
Innov8 Theatre
May 1810:30
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Using Data Science for Active Transport Benefits Tracking and Investment Decisioning

Active Transport & Micromobility (Theatre 5)
  • Use of data & technology in Future Transport 2056 Strategy
  • Data & Analytics Roadmap for Active Transport (Walking & Cycling)
  • Using Active Transport data for Benefits tracking and investment decisioning
Theatre 5
May 1811:00
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Securing your transportation network

Intelligent Transport Systems (HERE Technologies Theatre)
HERE Technologies Theatre
May 1811:00
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Staying Ahead of the Safety Curve – Future proofing your road safety fleet

Road Safety/Law Enforcement (Innov8)
With a constantly evolving road safety environment, is your fleet ready for the future? How do you think traffic management planning may evolve in the coming years? What new devices will be required? Is meeting compliance now going to be enough in five years time?
Host: Ilsa Walsh, Business Services Manager, INNOV8 Equipment
Innov8 Theatre
May 1811:00
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How the COVID-19 pop up bike lane changed our transport world

Active Transport & Micromobility (Theatre 5)
Theatre 5
May 1811:30
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Intelligent Speed Assist: Why don’t we have it in Australia?

Intelligent Transport Systems (HERE Technologies Theatre)
For years now we have excitedly anticipated the arrival of autonomous driving on our roads, but it seems that the reality is more difficult to achieve. So, what about something like Intelligent Speed Assist (ISA). In Europe, (ISA) will have to be fitted to all new vehicles sold from May 2022. But why isn’t it in Australia? Explore with us the elements necessary for an implementation of ISA in Australia and New Zealand when we might expect to see it in our vehicles and what might be done to speed both availability and adoption in the broader context of an ANZ connected car ecosystem.
Dan Paull, Head of Government & Infrastructure, Oceania, HERE Technologies
HERE Technologies Theatre
May 1811:30
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Everyone has a right to get home safe... everyday... no exceptions!

Road Safety/Law Enforcement (Innov8)
Every year around 1200 Australians are killed on our roads and more than 40,000 suffer serious injuries. This unnecessary and completely avoidable bloodshed costs the Australian economy $30,000,000,000. While this needless carnage is at true epidemic proportions, if we change the way we think about our infrastructure, and then commit to “Drive So Others Survive!”, we have the ability to prevent harm to those on the road ahead. As a leading national and international road safety advocate, Peter Frazer will focus on those proven road safety strategies that reinforce positive behaviour in drivers and riders, as well as those strategies that provide incentives to create “safe roads”. He will also provide a direct challenge to our governments, our communities, and indeed every road user, and will conclude by inviting each of us to “actively protect” all those who are vulnerable on our roads and highways.
Innov8 Theatre
May 1811:30
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Urban design approach to the creation of high quality roads and successful places (Beyond the Pavement)

Urban Planning & Sustainability (Theatre 1)
  • Brief explanation of the TfNSW Beyond the Pavement guidance
  • Good examples of successful urban design outcomes for road transport infrastructure
  • Succinct case study of a recent project
Theatre 1
May 1812:00
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Accelerating C-ITS via Cellular Networks

Intelligent Transport Systems (HERE Technologies Theatre)
HERE Technologies Theatre
May 1812:00
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The Future of Digital Twin in Road Infrastructure

Roads Construction/Tunneling (Theatre 4)
The definition of Digital Twin is from its early origins at NASA is “a virtual representation that serves as the real-time digital counterpart of a physical object or process”. So, how does this apply to road infrastructure and construction, and what technologies are available today to help enable productivity and process improvements for road asset owners, constructors and maintenance? In this session, Matthew Cowman will discuss some of the those technologies and how they can be applied for benefits that can be gained today.
Theatre 4
May 1812:00
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Is it time to increase speed limits on Australian motorways? - reducing fatigue and improving travel times

Road Safety/Law Enforcement (Innov8)
Innov8 Theatre
May 1812:00
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Regional growth's affect on infrastructure

Urban Planning & Sustainability (Theatre 1)
  • A regional resurgence is driving change, and regional NSW is at the wheel
  • Community flow hinges on best practice project sequencing which requires collaboration at all levels of Government
  • Regional small businesses have a critical reliance on intra region supply chains, we must facilitate this through infrastructure innovation
  • If infrastructure is the key, how do we unlock the regional workforce required to realise success
  • Regional growth strategies and infrastructure planning needs to be ‘change of Government proof’
  • Theatre 1
    May 1812:00
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    Future mobility trends and license ownership - a paradigm for analysing market segments

    Active Transport & Micromobility (Theatre 5)
    • New mobility trends have disrupted transport sector in recent decades, and the degree to which people will acquire cars and licenses is a live topic.
    • In analysing the problem it helps to break down the market by age, occupation, and the urban-regional continuum
    • In doing this hypotheses can be derived by which for formulate the forecasts of disruption, and the impacts on license acquisition and car ownership.
    Theatre 5
    May 1812:30
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    Diversity Panel: Women in Construction – Has anything really changed?

    Roads Construction/Tunneling (Theatre 4)
    Theatre 4
    May 1812:30
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    A crucial time for the roads sector

    Road Safety/Law Enforcement (Innov8)
    Innov8 Theatre
    May 1812:30
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    PANEL: How the digitisation of crane data is set to change the game for the construction industry

    BIM & Digital Construction (Theatre 1)
    Theatre 1
    May 1812:30
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    Sydney Harbour Bridge North Ramp, is it finally being built..

    Active Transport & Micromobility (Theatre 5)
    Theatre 5
    May 1813:00
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    PANEL: Diversity in the Roads Construction Industry

    Roads Construction/Tunneling (Theatre 4)
    Theatre 4
    May 1813:00
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    Australia's new national road safety strategy in the context of the global plan of action

    Road Safety/Law Enforcement (Innov8)
    Australia has recently released a new National Road Safety Strategy 2021-2030, just a matter of weeks after the release of the World Health Organization’s Global Plan for the Second Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021-2030. This presentation will look at the alignment of the two plans and the work ahead.
    Innov8 Theatre
    May 1813:00
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    Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED): Creating safer spaces and places

    Urban Planning & Sustainability (Theatre 1)
    • The benefits of considering Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) principles from the outset of the design process, making our streets safer and more desirable places
    • The intersection of the public and private realm has a powerful role in creating spaces that naturally reduce opportunities for criminal and anti-social behaviour
    • How decisions made in the planning of roads directly affect the design, functionality and safety of buildings
    Theatre 1
    May 1813:00
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    Car sharing as active transport

    Active Transport & Micromobility (Theatre 5)
    • Private car use is linked to poor health outcomes and carsharing is an emergent form of transport with potential health benefits.
    • This presentation reports the results of a systematic review examining the health benefits of carsharing, with a particular focus on physical activity.
    • Carsharing can reduce private vehicle ownership and modify travel behaviour. These changes have potential health benefits.
    Theatre 5
    May 1813:30
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    How poor mental health in Construction is holding the industry back

    Roads Construction/Tunneling (Theatre 4)
    Workers in this industry are six times more likely to die from suicide than a workplace incident in infrastructure – that is one person every second day. This is an industry that is loud about safety but quiet about mental health. What will it take to change this?
    Theatre 4
    May 1813:30
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    PANEL: Introducing 30km/h in local neighbourhoods

    Road Safety/Law Enforcement (Innov8)
    Innov8 Theatre
    May 1813:30
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    A Fit for Purpose Regulatory Environment

    Freight, Supply Chain Logistics (HERE Technologies Theatre)
    HERE Technologies Theatre
    May 1813:30
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    Planning with pavers

    Urban Planning & Sustainability (Theatre 1)
    • The right pavement for the right project – Attendees will be able to objectively evaluate the suitability of segmental paving (small format, large format and permeable) for use in private or public infrastructure projects across all levels of government.
    • Attendees will understand the current limitations of engineering design guidance provided by Standards Australia, Local Government and State Road Authorities when using segmental pavements and the challenging impacts this has on community planning.
    • Attendees will learn the critical role effective policy and regulation plays in shifting perceptions and encouraging the development of liveable and sustainable communities.
    Theatre 1
    May 1813:30
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    Micromobility strategies & planning at all levels

    Active Transport & Micromobility (Theatre 5)
    Theatre 5
    May 1814:00
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    Designing The Thirty-Minute City

    Roads Construction/Tunneling (Theatre 4)
    The 30-minute isochrone has long defined people’s use of cities, from ancient times, through the trams era, to modern times. Networks and land use co-evolve with technology subject to the constraints of available time. There are opportunities (low-hanging fruit) to use design to reduce the costs of travel and thus increase access for relatively little monetary outlay. This talk discusses both the measurement of accessibility, why it matters, and how it might affect traveler behaviour, institutional behaviour, and public policy. Looking at data from rail and tram development in Sydney from the 1800s and Australia today, implications about the effects of accessibility are described.
    Theatre 4
    May 1814:00
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    Location Technologies for a safe connected world free of congestion and emissions

    Road Safety/Law Enforcement (Innov8)
    Innov8 Theatre
    May 1814:00
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    Procure Recycled: driving road sustainability through government procurement

    Urban Planning & Sustainability (Theatre 1)
    Description: From strategy to communications, an end-to-end framework for driving road sustainability through joint government procurement.
    • How 16 metro Sydney councils used roads to solve the surplus glass problem.
    • How whole of value chain collaboration scales impact.
    • How 7 metro Sydney councils are using crumb rubber asphalt to extend road asset life.
    Theatre 1
    May 1814:00
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    Don't be dirty, let's talk thirty around school school zones and urban spaces

    Active Transport & Micromobility (Theatre 5)
    Theatre 5
    May 1814:30
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    Mobility needs to work with private transport, not against it

    Mobility as a Service & On Demand Transport (Theatre 5)
    • 'Mobility' is a term that has become synonymous with the sharing economy and micromobility​
    • While arguably not as exciting, the humble passenger car is still the dominant form of transport for many in Australia, and there is significant opportunity to make the ownership experience more cost-effective, convenient and sustainable​
    • Additionally, active transport modes such as bike riding and walking, combined with public transport, should play a key part in any mobility mix​
    Theatre 5
    May 1814:30
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    The Role of a Civil Designer in a Major Road Construction Project

    Roads Construction/Tunneling (Theatre 4)
    • Understand the key engineering discipline roles in road infrastructure design
    • Learn about the decisions involved in determine options for pavements
    • Review constructability, materials, sustainability and delivery models
    Theatre 4
    May 1814:30
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    The value of a no-blame investigator in improving road safety

    Road Safety/Law Enforcement (Innov8)
    The role of the Office of Transport Safety Investigations (OTSI) is to improve the safety of bus, ferry and rail passenger and rail freight services in NSW by investigating safety incidents and accidents, identifying system-wide safety issues and sharing lessons with transport operators, regulators and other stakeholders. Since it was established in 2004, OTSI has completed more than 200 investigations producing recommendations which have contributed to a wide range of safety improvements implemented by government and industry stakeholders. In this presentation, OTSI Chief Investigator and CEO Dr Natalie Pelham will outline OTSI’s role, some of the key changes that have resulted from its past safety investigations, select current investigations, and the transformation program underway which will increase the agency’s focus on evidence-based proactive initiatives and maximise the value it delivers for the transport sector.
    Innov8 Theatre
    May 1814:30
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    Post-COVID supply chain issues to watch

    Freight, Supply Chain Logistics (HERE Technologies Theatre)
    HERE Technologies Theatre
    May 1815:00
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    Digital Twin: A game-changing approach to construction automation

    BIM & Digital Construction (Theatre 1)
    Theatre 1
    May 1815:00
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    Shared Spaces to Create Safe Places

    Road Safety/Law Enforcement (Innov8)
    Innov8 Theatre
    May 1815:00
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    The changing nature of last mile freight in our cities

    Freight, Supply Chain Logistics (HERE Technologies Theatre)
    Substantial changes are occurring in last mile freight. The last 2 years has seen COVID influence a wide array of social aspects across cities that have seen an acceleration on last mile freight trends.The result is a new spatial pattern to last mile freight activity as well as increased volumes that are likely to result in a threefold increase in last mile freight over the next few decades. This will necessitate new types of networks and types of freight movement within Sydney or other cities in order to service customers to ever higher standards.These global trends requires planners to think differently about incorporating freight into urban planning.
    HERE Technologies Theatre
    May 1815:00
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    Heavy Vehicle Access on the Motorways of the Future

    Heavy Vehicles (Theatre 4)
    As Governments across Australia continue to design and build new motorways, it’s important to consider the types of heavy vehicles that will be accessing those networks. The Austroads’ Road Design Guides provide some guidance, but they don’t factor in the growth of Performance-Based Standard combinations or consider a future which will see heavy vehicles transition to zero emission vehicles. This session will provide guidance and links to resources that will assist road planners and designers when designing the next multi-lane highway or upgrading a local road.
    Andrew Newman, Director of Policy and Strategy, Department of Transport Victoria
    Theatre 4
    May 1815:30
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    Working together to achieve safer point to point transport in NSW

    Mobility as a Service & On Demand Transport (Theatre 5)
    • Prior to the pandemic we had seen significant industry growth with around 75 million point to point trips made in NSW each year—an increase of more than 33 per cent since the introduction of point to point transport reforms in 2015.
    • Thepoint to point transport industry continues to evolve with rapid advancements in technology and innovation – bringing with it the potential to improve safety and deliver benefits to all parts of the industry.
    • During this session Point to Point Transport Commissioner Anthony Wing will outline how his regulatory approach is evolving to keep pace with industry developments, including using technology to support the Commissioner’s regulatory functions and risk-based compliance program.
    Theatre 5
    May 1815:30
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    Little Blue Dinosaur Foundation - Our Story - Prevention through Collaboration with Community Road Safety Stakeholders

    Road Safety/Law Enforcement (Innov8)
    Innov8 Theatre
    May 1815:30
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    The future vision for digital engineering and smart infrastructure and the new capabilities essential for digital transformation

    BIM & Digital Construction (Theatre 1)
    Digital Engineering (DE) is currently transforming the way projects are planned and delivered, and will enable the future of smart infrastructure and digital twin technologies. For DE to provide the greatest benefits, asset data and information must be created and managed using consistent semantics and digital processes. This presentation will describe the current-state of DE, the development of the new Australian Standard for Digital Engineering AS 7739 and the exciting opportunities ahead for DE and industry digital transformation.
    Theatre 1
    May 1815:30
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    City Logistics

    Freight, Supply Chain Logistics (HERE Technologies Theatre)
    HERE Technologies Theatre
    May 1815:30
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    PANEL: Road Safety for Heavy Vehicles & Freight

    Heavy Vehicles (Theatre 4)
    Theatre 4
    May 1816:00
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    Delivering seamless customer journeys with On Demand transport and MaaS

    Mobility as a Service & On Demand Transport (Theatre 5)
    Theatre 5
    May 1816:00
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    Building Community Support for 30km/h speed limits

    Road Safety/Law Enforcement (Innov8)
    Innov8 Theatre
    May 1816:00
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    Challenges to first mile - last mile freight

    Freight, Supply Chain Logistics (HERE Technologies Theatre)
    HERE Technologies Theatre
    May 1816:00
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    A New National Regulatory Model and Safety Strategy for the NHVR

    Heavy Vehicles (Theatre 4)
    • The NHVR is implementing a new approach to securing compliance with the Heavy Vehicle National Law, that sees the NHVR moving to become more of a risk-based, intelligence led and data driven regulator.
    • The NHVR’s National Regulatory Model (NRM) involves building internal capability, the development of new approaches to realise its safety priority, and includes sharing compliance information with industry.
    • The NHVR has released a Heavy Vehicle Safety Strategy, which has partnerships at its heart, which is one way the NHVR is realising it’s vision and the National Regulatory Model.
    Theatre 4
    May 1816:30
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    Women and the future of the heavy vehicle industry

    Heavy Vehicles (Theatre 4)
    Theatre 4

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    May 1909:00
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    Transport NSW - Future Transport Technology Roadmap 2021-2024

    Plenary (Theatre 4)
    Theatre 4
    May 1909:30
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    Western Sydney International Airport: Australia's new digitally enabled global gateway

    Plenary (Theatre 4)
    Theatre 4
    May 1910:00
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    WestConnex & Multi-Concession Tolling Approach

    Plenary (Theatre 4)
    Theatre 4
    May 1910:30
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    M4 - Smart Roads Motorway

    Smart Cities/Smart Roads (Theatre 4)
    Theatre 4
    May 1910:30
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    Using data for the effective and efficient management of road infrastructure

    Asset Management (Innov8 Theatre)
    Road infrastructure is critical for the Australian economy through the movement of freight and also for quality of life through connecting people, business and communities. The quality of our road infrastructure impacts people’s lives in both positive and negative ways making the management of it of the utmost importance.Expectations on road infrastructure managers like State and Territory Governments, local government and private operators is very high and has become heightened even further with scrutiny via social and other forms of media. At the same time, there are significant pressures on government to provide greater level of service for other infrastructure they manage like schools, hospitals and law enforcement.With the funding of the maintenance, management and operation of road infrastructure highly constrained it puts significant importance on the effective and efficient management of road assets. Asset managers need accurate and up to date data to optimise the use of their budgets while providing the level of service expected.
    Innov8 Theatre
    May 1910:30
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    Transurban – Driving Success with Data and Analytics

    Traffic Management & Traffic Data Analytics (HERE Technologies Theatre)
    HERE Technologies Theatre
    May 1911:00
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    Boral's Pedestrian Safety Journey with Artificial Intelligence

    Smart Cities/Smart Roads (Theatre 4)
    Theatre 4
    May 1911:00
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    Climate change as a road safety issue

    Asset Management (Innov8 Theatre)
    The transport sector both contributes to, and suffers as a result of, climate change. This has a direct impact on road trauma through increased occurrence and severity of extreme weather events, risky driving conditions, and deteriorating transport infrastructure. This presentation will look at the links between the two, and how the solutions provide a win-win.
    Innov8 Theatre
    May 1911:00
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    How Government's get parking wrong

    Parking (Theatre 5)
    Theatre 5
    May 1911:00
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    Data – Opportunities, Challenges, Potentials

    Traffic Management & Traffic Data Analytics (HERE Technologies Theatre)
    An overview of performance, safety and growth opportunities in transport and logistics sector linked to data availability; Why are we yet to realise the full potentials?; What is a healthy data sharing ecosystem?
    Mehrnoush Ghorbani, Head of Data Partnership and Acquisition, Oceania, HERE Technologies
    HERE Technologies Theatre
    May 1911:30
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    Future of road asset management: Technology and expertise seamlessly combine

    Asset Management (Innov8 Theatre)
    Innov8 Theatre
    May 1911:30
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    Humanitarian Digital Planning

    Smart Cities/Smart Roads (Theatre 4)
    Theatre 4
    May 1911:30
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    Parking and new technology - can new payment options actually improve congestion and reduce travel times?

    Parking (Theatre 5)
    Theatre 5
    May 1911:30
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    Greater collaboration in Government Procurement

    Tenders & Procurement (Theatre 1)
    Theatre 1
    May 1911:30
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    Road Corridors – Attributes & Assets, Crash & Clash

    Traffic Management & Traffic Data Analytics (HERE Technologies Theatre)
    The presentation will explore road attribute, asset and traffic management information that can be derived from remote sensing data such as LiDAR and imagery using Accelerated and Intelligent feature extraction and analysis techniques.The presentation will cover:Data sources (TomTom off the shelf and targeted capture)Inventory and management of road assets,Swept path analysis including travel envelope (temporary parking)Automated Bridge clearance assessmentiRAP and AiRAP safety attribute coding (Roadviewer and AiRAP attribute accreditation)Breadth of potential applications (summarised)
    Peter Jamieson, Managing Director, Anditi
    HERE Technologies Theatre
    May 1912:00
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    Flooding and its effects on roads

    Asset Management (Innov8 Theatre)
    Innov8 Theatre
    May 1912:00
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    Using AI for actionable insights in ITS

    Smart Cities/Smart Roads (Theatre 4)
    Theatre 4
    May 1912:00
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    Changes to Australian Standards for Car Parks

    Parking (Theatre 5)
    Theatre 5
    May 1912:30
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    Using technology to improve safety on roads and waterways

    Traffic Management & Traffic Data Analytics (HERE Technologies Theatre)
    HERE Technologies Theatre
    May 1912:30
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    Sustainable materials and maintenance

    Materials & Maintenance (Theatre 1)
    Theatre 1
    May 1913:00
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    ABAB: An automated asset management roadmap to digital

    Asset Management (Innov8 Theatre)
    Join Belinda as she takes us through an automated application that helps you decipher what you and your company’s digital needs are to manage your asset.
    Innov8 Theatre
    May 1913:00
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    The Humble Light Pole: A Host for Smart Cities

    Smart Cities/Smart Roads (Theatre 4)
    Light poles are a significant feature in our cities and they have long been seen as supporting infrastructure for smart cities applications. From smart lights to smart poles, the role of the humble light pole continues to grow. This session will cover the use of light poles for smart city applications, including real world examples and the emergence of technologies such as Zhaga receptacles in luminaries which can be used for both lighting control and for powering low powered devices.
    Theatre 4
    May 1913:00
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    The state of play: Australia's EV industry

    Zero Emission Mobility (Theatre 5)
    Theatre 5
    May 1913:00
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    Daily Challenges Associated with Working in a High Risk, High Speed, Motorway Environment

    Traffic Management & Traffic Data Analytics (HERE Technologies Theatre)
    The past decade has seen large growth in privately owned toll roads. Road Operators need to ensure that road users are provided with a safe travel path during their journey and reach their destination on time as far as practicable. Successful performance is based and measured on the provision of “Safe Lane Availability”. In order to support this provision Road Operators have developed a relatively new industry called “Traffic Incident Management Services”. A team of first responders that have a duty of care to all road users during their time of need. From responding to medical episodes, vehicle fires, chemical spills or just routine vehicle breakdown and recovery services, these first responders often have to work in high speed high risk environments without the luxury of blue/red lights or a Emergency Service Powers.

    The TIMS industry has recently attracted growth in industry innovations to support a safer operating environment. Australia is a TIMS industry leader at a global level in terms of innovation. The daily challenges associated with Working in a High Risk, High Speed, Motorway Environment has seen international patents in PPE design and mobile plant construction. Brisbane Motorway Services, a TIMS industry disruptor, is now in a position to reveal to the world, some exciting new innovations that are industry game changers. From Autonomous recovery devices for broken down vehicles, mobile vehicle arrestors to new smartphone applications that can measure PPE compliance, these innovations will provide a higher level of road user safety on the roads. This sneak peek into road safety and what really happens on the road when you aren’t looking will definitely attract your attention.
    HERE Technologies Theatre
    May 1913:30
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    Infrastructure Victoria's 30 year Infrastructure Strategy

    Zero Emission Mobility (Theatre 5)
    Victoria’s infrastructure strategy 2021–2051 was presented to the Victorian Parliament in mid-August of 2021. The updated strategy builds on the work of the first cross-sectoral infrastructure strategy delivered by Infrastructure Victoria in 2016, and presents a vision for a thriving, inclusive and sustainable Victoria over the next 30 years.It contains 94 recommendations for policies, projects and reforms based on extensive evidence, research and consultation and informed by innovative land use and transport modelling. These recommendations represent a capital cost of around $100 billion over 30 years and provide a practical roadmap for action in a range of public policy areas including: energy, transport, social infrastructure, freight and housing.The strategy also tackles some big challenges facing Victoria over the next three decades such as a growing and ageing population, technological transformation, a warming climate, and worsening congestion on our transport network.To achieve Victoria’s target of net zero emissions by 2050, the strategy includes recommendations to reduce the state’s transport emissions with a focus on accelerating the transition to low and zero emissions vehicles.Join Infrastructure Victoria's CEO Jonathan Spear for an overview of the state’s 30-year infrastructure strategy and insights into the independent advisory body’s recommendations for technologies, policies and incentives to achieve net zero transport emissions.
    Theatre 5
    May 1913:30
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    Improving road safety through asset management investment decisions

    Materials & Maintenance (Theatre 1)
    Theatre 1
    May 1913:30
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    Straightening Out the Spaghetti of Business Apps

    Finance/PPPs (HERE Technologies Theatre)
    HERE Technologies Theatre
    May 1914:00
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    PANEL: Operational, Tactical or Strategic… What drives your Asset Management decisions?

    Asset Management (Innov8 Theatre)
    Innov8 Theatre
    May 1914:00
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    Fireside Chat: Alternative Fuel Options for Zero Emission Mobility

    Zero Emission Mobility (Theatre 5)
    Theatre 5
    May 1914:00
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    PANEL: Maintaining Australian roads: Challenges facing the industry

    Materials & Maintenance (Theatre 1)
    Theatre 1
    May 1914:30
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    Federal….CO2 Voluntary Emissions Standard

    Zero Emission Mobility (Theatre 5)
    Theatre 5
    May 1914:30
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    Driving the shift to automated vehicles

    Connected & Automated Vehicles (Innov8 Theatre)
    Automated vehicles – sometimes known as autonomous vehicles or “driverless cars” – offer the possibility of fundamentally changing transport and society by improving road safety, mobility, freight productivity and by reducing road congestion. But current laws do not support their use on public roads. We need nationally-consistent reforms that support innovation and safety. This will allow Australians to access the benefits of this technology.Aaron de Rozario, Executive Leader, Regulatory Reform at the National Transport Commission will present on the NTC’s reform program and its focus on achieving national consistency. Our goal is end-to-end regulation to support the safe commercial deployment and operation of automated vehicles at all levels of automation in Australia
    Innov8 Theatre
    May 1914:30
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    Five Steps to Fleet Electrification

    Fleet Management (Theatre 4)
    Theatre 4
    May 1914:30
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    Materials & Maintenance

    Materials & Maintenance (Theatre 1)
    Michael Killeen, Director – Road Asset Management, Transport for NSW
    Theatre 1
    May 1914:30
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    Structuring major road projects and future reforms

    Finance/PPPs (HERE Technologies Theatre)
    HERE Technologies Theatre
    May 1915:00
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    Your fleet wants to tell you a secret

    Fleet Management (Theatre 4)
    - How GPS tracking is becoming the key performance tool for fleet managers- Uncovering deeper insights and improving fleet performance using combined data from different sources- Real life examples of data driven fleet insights and how this impacts key aspects business
    Paul Miller, Product Manager, Verizon Connect
    Theatre 4
    May 1915:00
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    Infrastructure investment and capacity constraints

    Finance/PPPs (HERE Technologies Theatre)
    ANZ’s Australian Major Projects report estimates annual major road project investment could double over three years to a potential peak of around $18bn in 2023-24. But there are concerns around the capacity to realise such a large volume of work, particularly on public sector backed mega transport projects, and there are risks of further delays and cost escalations. The synchronised upswing in infrastructure investment expected across states/territories, sectors, and globally will elevate competition for the limited pool of workers, materials and equipment.
    HERE Technologies Theatre
    May 1915:30
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    Case Study: RACQ SmartShuttle

    Connected & Automated Vehicles (Innov8 Theatre)
    Innov8 Theatre
    May 1915:30
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    Will costs and capacity derail the infrastructure upswing?

    Finance/PPPs (HERE Technologies Theatre)
    Publicly funded roads construction activity has started to rebound following a lengthy delay between the announcement of government stimulus in response to the construction pandemic and actual construction work. While work on major publicly funded projects is ramping up, the outlook is very different across sectors and states. Questions remain over capacity to do work, which mean significant downside risks remain.In this session Nicholas Fearnley will be discussing the outlook for roads construction and maintenance activity, including the risk of further delays to the forecast upswing in construction activity. He will discuss which states have the most promising outlooks from here over the next few years, as well as discussing broader medium to longer term issues facing the engineering construction sector, including industry sustainability, capacity and capability, construction costs and funding, and investment activity.
    HERE Technologies Theatre
    May 1916:00
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    Collecting and using data for connected and automated vehicles

    Connected & Automated Vehicles (Innov8 Theatre)
    Innov8 Theatre
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