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ITS Australia secure Grand Prix track for 2016 World Congress demonstrations

Susan Harris, the CEO of ITS Australia, has revealed in an interview with Traffic Technology Today’s associate webcaster Transportation Radio that demonstrations for the 2016 ITS World Congress in Melbourne will be taking place on a section of the city’s famous Grand Prix track.
In a chat with Bernie Wagenblast she also talks about plans to establish a robust organizational and policy framework for connected vehicles and autonomous vehicles in Australia over the coming months.
Harris also touches on smart cities, the priority of connecting with the international ITS community, preparations for Bordeaux 2015 and reveals further plans for Melbourne 2016.

January 2015



Inside Ford's new Silicon Valley research center

In its first week of operation Ford give a peek inside their new Palo Alto research facility which will be helping the auto manufacturer to push ahead more quickly with autonomous and connected vehicle technologies

January 2015



BMW allow public to drive their car blindfolded

BMW amazed CES 2015 attendees in Las Vegas with a real-world demonstration of their autonomous parking and active safety features - making their car almost impossible to crash at low speeds.

January 2015



Volvo announce safety world first

Swedish auto manufacturer Volvo are maintaining their reputation for exceptional safety standards by launching the world’s first active safety system to link cars with cyclists. It relies on Bluetooth technology and a cloud connection rather than using DSRC currently being developed for other V2X systems.

January 2015



Mercedes-Benz launch F015 autonomous driving prototype

A working prototype of this concept car from Mercedes has been unveiled, displaying some autonomous driving and active safety features.

January 2015



Jaguar Land Rover's 'transparent' roof pillars

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) have released a video demonstrating how their 360-degree windscreen will work. The system will also include a pedestrian warning system and 'follow me' ghost car navigation, all through an advanced heads up display.

January 2015



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