The National Transport Research Organisation (NTRO) made waves at the recent Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) Global Mobility conference in Melbourne, where our experts played a pivotal role in shaping the discourse on the future of transportation.
NTRO Senior Professional, Mobility Futures, Kenneth Lewis, delivered a compelling presentation on "Enhancing data to improve decision making," emphasising the critical role of data in optimising transportation systems.
NTRO Senior Technology Leader, Mobility Futures, David Green, and Founder of Transoptim Consulting, Andrew Somers, provided valuable insights into "Guidelines for the Evaluation and Reporting of Automated Vehicle Trials," shedding light on the evolving world of autonomous vehicles.
NTRO Senior Technology Leader, Mobility Futures, Dr. Ronny Kutadinata and Principal Engineer (Network & Performance) at Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads, Frans Dekker explored "The impact of using hybrid data for travel time reliability measurement," highlighting the importance of data fusion in transportation analysis. Dr Amolika Sinha and Dr Robert Kochhan presented their work on 20-Minute Neighbourhood Walkable Social Infrastructure.
NTRO's contributions extended beyond presentations. National Business Group Leader, Mobility Futures, Renata Berglas participated as a panellist in a discussion on "Low/Zero Emission transport," addressing crucial questions in the field. Dr. Ronny Kutadinata took on the role of moderator in the "Data-Driven Solutions" session, while Renata Berglas assumed the role of moderator once again in the "Case Study on Policy Enhancing ITS" discussion. State Business Leader, Tasmania, Vibeke Matthews facilitated a session focused on "Communication and Smart Infrastructure," collectively showcasing NTRO's multifaceted engagement in shaping the future of transportation through data-driven solutions, policy enhancements, and innovative infrastructure communication.
The presence and active involvement of NTRO's experts at the ITS Global Mobility conference underscore their commitment to advancing the field of transportation and mobility. Their contributions reinforced their pivotal role in shaping the future of mobility and transportation infrastructure.
We would like to thank the ITS for hosting a successful conference and for inviting the NTRO to present and participate in panels and networking events. Meeting with our clients and partners to discuss future opportunities was invaluable and we look forward to attending the next conference.
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NTRO presentations included:
- Enhancing data to improve decision making: presented by Kenneth Lewis (ARRB / NTRO)
- Guidelines for the Evaluation and Reporting of Automated Vehicle Trials – An Overview: presented by David Green (ARRB / NTRO), Andrew Somers (Transoptim)
- The impact of using hybrid data for travel time reliability measurement: presented by Dr Ronny Kutadinata (ARRB, NTRO), Frans Dekker (Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads)
- 20-Minute Neighbourhood Walkable Social Infrastructure: presented by Dr Amolika Sinha (ARRB / NTRO), Dr Robert Kochhan (ARRB / NTRO)
- Development of Harmonised Safety Management Plan for Automated Vehicle Across Land Domain: presented by Dr Ronny Kutadinata (ARRB, NTRO)
- Renata Berglas was a panellist on the Low / Zero Emission transport discussion – Who has the answers?
- Dr Ronny Kutadinata moderated the session on Data-Driven Solutions
- Renata Berglas moderated the session on Case Study on Policy Enhancing ITS
- Vibeke Matthews moderated a session on Communication and Smart Infrastructure
- Dr Charles Karl (National Discipline Leader) also attended the summit.