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ABC talks driverless trucks with ADVI

by Australian Road Research Board on July 12, 2021

The introduction of automated freight haulage by road faces challenges in Australia, ADVI Executive Director and ARRB’s SA leader Rita Excell has told the ABC.

Ms Excell says for vehicle automation to thrive in Australia, line markings and telecommunications need improvement, especially in regional and rural areas.

"There is lifesaving technology on vehicles like trucks that are sold today that can't operate because of our deficient infrastructure in regional areas." 

Read the full ABC story here

Topics: Platooning, Heavy Vehicles, Road Infrastructure, Driverless, Connected and Automated Vehicles, Autonomous