The Emerging Vehicle Experience (EVE) was recently held at Transport for NSW’s world-class Future Mobility Testing and Research Centre in Cudal, NSW.
Held over two days, the event was designed to connect future transport leaders, enable industry development, and drive learning, development and connection.
The latest ground-breaking technology in autonomous vehicles was uncovered with various vehicle displays and testing demonstrations as well as numerous workshops and presentations throughout the free event.
Leading executives and technical experts were in attendance, speaking of how Australia is working towards safely and effectively implementing autonomous vehicles into our road network including ADVI Executive Director Rita Excell, ADVI Chairman and ARRB CEO Michael Caltabiano and NSW Minister for Regional Transport and Roads, Sam Farraway.
With safety very much on the agenda on Day 2, presentations included ARRB’s National Discipline Leader of Mobility Futures, Dr Charles A. Karl and Volvo Cars Australia’s Certification and Engineering Manager David Pickett teaming up to present on the autonomous vehicle safety case for Australia.
Amongst vehicles on display at the event, the autonomous shuttle from Ohmio was in action at the centre as well as driverless electric vehicles, e-scooters, ARRB’s iSCAN and all types of future mobility.
A major announcement was also made of the NSW Government’s $9.5 million investment in the Future Mobility Testing and Research Centre in Cudal, making regional NSW set to play a major role in the future of driverless vehicles in Australia.
ADVI would like to thank all those that have supported this important event including The NRMA, Volvo Cars Australia, ARRB, and ANCAP Safety.
ARRB CEO and ADVI Chairman Michael Caltabiano speaking at EVE.
ARRB's iSCAN on display at EVE.
ARRB's National Discipline Leader of Mobility Futures, Dr Charles A. Karl and Volvo Cars Australia's Certification and Engineering Manager David Pickett presenting at EVE.