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Australia - Smart and Connected Transport

  • ID: 1208054
  • April 2016
  • Region: Australia
  • 27 Pages
  • Paul Budde Communication Pty Ltd
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Smart transport systems, or intelligent transport systems, encompass a range of wireless and wired communications-based information technologies that can be integrated into transportation infrastructure and vehicles.
Current intelligent transport systems technologies use dedicated short-range communications to transfer data over short distances between in-vehicle mobile radio units and roadside units that is, fixed point-to-point services. Arrangements to facilitate the use of intelligent transport systems have been developed internationally in the 5850-5925MHz band (the 5.9GHz band). However ACMA still classified this as a medium priority for finalisation, and waiting on international standards has made progress fairly slow.
Progress in the sector has been rather slow and new developments are coming from others wanting a share of the new activities. A large number of smartphone apps are now available for drivers to optimise their trips, become more energy-efficient. Car manufacturers are also using the connected car platform as a possibility for autonomous driving services that can be offered to the marketplace.
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1. Synopsis
2. What are intelligent transport systems (ITS)?
2.1 Background information
2.2 Overview of ITS activities
3. ITS Australia
3.1 Overview
3.2 Assessment - 2015
3.3 ITS world congress - 2016
3.4 Outcomes of ITS Summit 2009 - Historic
3.5 Government Inquiry - 2002 - Historic
4. Infrastructure
4.1 Smart roads in NSW
4.2 Wireless connectivity to promote road safety
4.3 Managed Motorways
4.3.1 IoT and autonomous cars
4.4 e-Tags
5. Private Cars
5.1 Autonomous driving
5.2 Connected Cars
5.3 Driverless SUV trial in Adelaide
5.4 Digital driver's licences
5.5 DriveMyCar - Peer-to-peer rental
6. Smart Parking
6.1 Introduction
6.2 The need for smart parking
6.2.1 Smart Parking - CellOPark
6.2.2 Divvy
6.2.3 GoGet Divvy partnership
7. Smart Road Freight Transport
7.1 Connected vehicle trial in NSW
7.2 National telematics strategy for road freight industry
7.3 Electronic Transport Diaries
8. Smart Trains
8.1 Autonomous trains
8.2 Automatic Train Protection
8.3 Australian digital train control system
9. Other Public Transport
9.1 Open real-time transport for NSW
9.2 Digital Radar led to WiFi for passenger Ferry
9.3 Myki smart transport Victoria
9.4 Opal smartcard for Sydney Transport
10. Transformation of the taxi business
10.1 Breaking the taxi monopoly
10.2 Victoria First to open up the taxi market
10.3 ACCC forces changes to Cabcharge
10.4 ihail taxi booking app
10.5 Further market reforms are under way
10.5.1 Victoria
10.5.2 NSW
10.6 Key Players
10.6.1 goCatch
10.6.2 Ingogo for taxi drivers
10.6.3 Uber
10.7 Ticktoc - taxi app
11. Dedicated short-range communications (DSRC)
11.1 Overview of latest developments
11.2 Regulatory framework
12. Research and Development
12.1 The SMART Infrastructure Facility
12.1.1 Overview of SMART
12.1.2 RailNet- Constraint Modelling of Railway System
12.1.3 Transmob: a micro-simulation model for integrated transport and urban planning
12.2 Cohda Wireless
12.3 Australian Road Research Board
13. Smart transport and the National Broadband Network (NBN)
13.1 NBN access for smart utility services
13.2 Trans-sector approach to NBN
13.3 Government's smart infrastructure initiative
13.4 Traffic lights and alarm system go M2M over the NBN
14. Electric Vehicles (Separate Report)
15. Other reports
Table 1 - Parking survey the Netherlands August 2015
Table 2 - State based parking statistics 2014
Exhibit 1 - Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS)
Exhibit 2 - Noise monitoring in Melbourne

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