Transport technology readiness

Transport technology readiness

VIC
Apr 29
CEDA welcomes Drew Clarke AO PSM from the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering, together with iMOVE Australia's Ian Christensen and IAG's Director of Research and Development Cecilia Warren, as we unpack the latest analysis of Australia's transport technology readiness.

Speakers

Drew Clarke AO PSM, Co-Chair, Transport Technology Readiness Project Steering Committee, Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering
Ian Christensen, Managing Director, iMOVE Australia
Cecilia Warren, Director, Research and Development, IAG

Event overview

Is Australia's transport system ready for the emergence of new technologies - including electric and autonomous vehicles, high-frequency mass transit and intelligent transport systems?

Find out more about how the sector can take advantage of new and emerging technologies, and which transport technology solutions have the most potential to address important productivity, health and sustainability issues.
 

Meet the keynote speaker

Drew Clarke AO PSM
Co-Chair, Transport Technology Readiness Project Steering Committee, Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering

Drew is Chairman of the Australian Energy Market Operator Board, and a director on the boards of NBNCo and CSIRO. He has served for more than 20 years in senior roles in the Australian Public Service, including as Secretary of the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism, and Secretary of the Department of Communications. His last executive role was as Chief of Staff in the Office of the Prime Minister.

Meet the panel

Ian Christensen
Managing Director, iMOVE Australia

Ian leads the iMOVE Australia, a consortium of 44 industry, government, and research partners engaged in a concerted 10-year effort to improve Australia’s transport systems through collaborative R&D projects. Ian has more than 30 years’ experience in the manufacturing industry, ranging from automotive, paper, polymers, silicone products, and fine chemicals.

Cecilia Warren
Director, Research and Development, IAG

Cecilia  leads IAG’s Research and Development function, with responsibility for collaborating with university and research partners to deliver insights on the nexus between emerging technology and human need, in the core themes of mobility, shelter, and work. In mobility this includes: MaaS, autonomous vehicle technology, safety assurance and liability, advanced driver assistance systems and testing, data, collaborative consumption, connected vehicles. and smart cities.

Additional participants to be confirmed.

 

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