Detailed Program

Program

Below is the preliminary program matrix for the upcoming ITS Asia Pacific Forum 2020.

For more information on the plenary and executive sessions, select the “show more” option where available!

 

 

Monday 25 May 2020
ROOM Mezzanine M3&4 Plaza P1 Plaza P2 Plaza P3 Plaza P4 Plaza P5 M1
0900 – 1030
Technologies for Safety and Enforcement, Emergency Pre-Emption and Notification, and Post-Crash Response
Organiser: Md Mazharul (Shimul) Haque – Queensland University of Technology

Queensland Flood Warning Partnership
Organiser: Chris Russell – Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads

The Role of Data in the Delivery of Improved Transport Services
Organiser: Michael Towke – Transport for NSW

Connected and Automated Vehicles, Safety and Efficiency, IoT (1)
Cognitive Internet of Things (CIoV): Vision, Architecture and Security Challenges
Khondokar Fida

Synergistic Traffic Intersection – A method for coordinating vehicles and facilitating the introduction of Autonomous Vehicles
Johnny Leung

Connected and Automated Vehicles, Safety and Efficiency, IoT (2)
What will the role of the road network manager be with the advent of CAVs?
David Lowe

A Virtual Road Side Unit (V-RSU) architecture for Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X) networks
David McKechnie

The importance of a timely and robust Concept of Operations on ITS projects
Tim Fehon

Operational Deployment of Semi-AVs and C-ITS on Eastlink
Dickson Leow

Operationalising ITS on Major Projects
Organiser: Tami McKay – Integrate

Workshop 1: MaaS National Reference Group Workshop
Organiser: Stacey Ryan ITS Australia
1030 – 1100 Morning Tea
Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
1100 – 1230
4G, 5G for ITS – An Integrated Mobile Network and Short-Range Radio Approach for High Performance ITS
Organiser: David McKechnie – Telstra

Measuring Mobility Outcomes that Support Liveability
Organiser: Lachlan Faulkner – Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads

Traffic and Transport Data Analytics
Organiser: Ashish Bhaskar – Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads

Connected and Automated Vehicles, Safety and Efficiency, IoT (3)
Safety First For Automated Driving
Trevor Wilson

Meet Matilda: The world’s smartest transit hub
Hannah Candy

Breakthrough in the Autonomous Vehicle Technology with the First Fully Driverless Shuttle Service: What we learned through 10 months of daily operations without safety operator on board
Zhaoming Chua

Interpretable machine learning to evaluate safety in Autonomous Vehicles
Dhanoop Karunakaran

Connected and Automated Vehicles, Safety and Efficiency, IoT (4)
Status of European legislative work on C-ITS
Silje Troseth

European and US security policies for C-ITS
Silje Troseth

Connected Vehicles – application of real-life case studies
Philip Manning

Case Study: Leveraging IoT to achieve new insights into TfNSW transport infrastructure
Simon Young

Data Analytics and Artifical Intelligent in Transport (1)
Road Ribbon Weather Solution: Monitoring, Forecasting, Visualization and Data
Alex Zadnik

Cost of congestion prototype reporting system using intelligent hybrid data
Merle Wood

Monitoring Transport Operations with Drones
Devina Hassanaly

Workshop 1: MaaS National Reference Group Workshop
Organiser: Stacey Ryan ITS Australia
1230 – 1330 Lunch
Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
1330 – 1500
Automated Vehicles for Rural and Regional Australia, Key Challenges and Opportunities
Organiser: Scott Benjamin – WSP

Transport Pricing, Tolling and Charging (1)
Video tolling – An integrated approach
Silje Troseth

Detection Zones and Video Analytics For Tolling and Road User Charging
Jeff Dusting

Is tolling cloud-ready? Tolling backoffice as a service
Pablo Ruiz

The Future of Tolling Roadside Systems – A Roadmap
Andreas Goldhorn

Workshop 2: Strategic Discussion on Cooperative and Automated Vehicle Onroad Deployments
Organiser: ITS Asia Pacific (Segi)
Connected and Automated Vehicles, Safety and Efficiency, IoT (5)
Public Trial of C-V2X Technology in Australia
David McKechnie

Proactive multimodal transport management using CAV data
Majid Sarvi

Leading the Future of Parking
Wee Leong Lai

Phase Three Development of Road Surface Condition and Monitoring System Utilizing Motorcycle (ROCOM)
Muhammad Ruhaizat Abd Ghani

Data Analytics and Artifical Intelligent in Transport (2)
What causes slow-down on two-way two-lane expressways?
Jian Xing

A Signal Control Strategy to Avoid Spillback on Short Links at Undersaturated Intersections
Reza Mohajerpoor

Multicriteria validation of a traffic simulation model
Sajjad Shafiei

Assessing and optimising the performance of a multi modal transport network
Devina Hassanaly

Policy, Standards and Harmonisation (1)
Finding the Frame: Optimising New Mobility Decisions
Louise Thomas

Development and Evaluation of a Precinct Level Low Carbon Mobility Calculator
Damian Moffatt

Why Ramp Meters should always be on your network
Blair Monk

A Synthesis for Regional Status of Intelligent Transport Systems in Asia and the Pacific
Changju Lee

Workshop 1: MaaS National Reference Group Workshop
Organiser: Stacey Ryan ITS Australia
1500 – 1530 Afternoon Tea
Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
1530 – 1700 Plenary Session 1

THEME: ITS Innovation Creating Liveable Communities
Moderator: Neil Scales, Department of Transport and Main Roads
Speakers:
Minister Mark Bailey, QLD Government
Dean Zabrieszach, ITS Australia
Hajime Amano, ITS Asia Pacific
Beth Kigel, HNTB
Opening ceremony
Tuesday 26 May 2020
ROOM Mezzanine M3&4
0900 – 1030 Plenary Session 2

THEME: Future vehicle technology (including connected and automated vehicles)
Moderator: Dennis Walsh, Department of Transport and Main Roads
Speakers:
Steve Dellenback, Southwest Research Institute
Mike Keating, Queensland Police Service
1030 – 1100 Morning Tea
Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
ROOM Mezzanine M3&4 Mezzanine M1&2 Plaza P1 Plaza P2 Plaza P3 Plaza P4 Plaza P5 TBC
1100 – 1230
Executive Session 1

The Future of Community Transport and Mobility as a Service
Organiser: Stacey Ryan – ITS Australia

Moving away from Road User Charging – A New Approach
Organiser: Stacey Ryan – ITS Australia

Developing Public Communications About Cooperative and Automated Vehicles
Organiser: Claire Murray – Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads

Data Analytics and Artifical Intelligent in Transport (3)
Metaheuristic robust approach for designing traffic signal timings
Chaitrali Shirke

Arterial Travel Time Estimation by Fusing Multiple Bluetooth Traffic Data
Sara Respati

Injury severity on traffic crashes: a text mining with an interpretable machine-learning approach
Nikhil Chandra Sarkar

Online transport network prediction
Hoang Nguyen

Intelligent Transport = Accessible Transport (1)
Innovative ITS treatments creating Smarter Motorways
Anna Clancy

Road Occupancy Roadmap
Michael Towke

Advance Warning System – Practical implementation of human centred design and construction
Alexander Chapman

Exploring Driver Behaviour to Shape Better Road User Experiences
Michael Sparrow

Policy, Standards and Harmonisation (2)
Societal insights from movement and economic factors: Explaining societal transformations
John Cardoso

ArcGIS Urban: Transforming the plan to 3D
Gordon Sumerling

iGO Intelligent Transport Systems Strategy – A Local Governments Strategic Plan
Josh Ellis

ITS, Agile, and the Commercial Realities
Matthew Gallaugher

Camera Enforcement Technology
Organiser: TBC
1230 – 1330 Lunch
Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
1330 – 1500
Executive Session 2

Cooperative and Highly Automated Driving Pilot
Organiser: Justin White – Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads

Next Generation Network Management
Organiser: Stacey Ryan – ITS Australia

Asia Pacific Leaders Forum 1
Connected and Automated Vehicles, Safety and Efficiency, IoT (6)
Sound-Based Tunnel Incident Detection System
Jinhwan Jang

Architecture of a visual information based empathic conversational agent system
Makoto Honda

Optimal Signal Timing Design Algorithm for Roads with Mixed Autonomous and Human-Driven Vehicles
Reza Mohajerpoor

Perceptions and attitudes toward the deployment of autonomous and connected vehicles: insights from Las Vegas, Nevada
Nikhil Chandra

Data Analytics and Artifical Intelligent in Transport (4)
Higher quality traffic signal control with SCATS in Sydney
Christian Chong-white

Deriving Data Driven based Bluetooth Trajectories for Urban Network
Chintan Advani

Capturing car following behaviour in heterogeneous and non lane –based traffic condition by deep learning
Md Shafiul Azam

A novel methodology to assimilate sub-path flows in bi-level OD matrix estimation process
Krishna Nikhil Sumanth Behara

Mobility as a Service, People and Sustainability (1)
Can Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Unlock our Cities?
Mick Spiers

Enabling MaaS: Getting all the players to coordinate on an open standard for booking transport
Tim Cooper

Can ITS Save the Planet?
Richard Mitchell

Synergies for Sustainable Mobility by Joining Forces across Cities
Dirk Slodzinski

Camera Enforcement Technology
Organiser: TBC
1500 – 1600 Afternoon Tea
Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
1600 – 1730
Executive Session 3

Collaborative Trials for Improved Mobility and Safety
Organiser: Cubic Transportation Systems

Workshop 3: CAV Modelling Workshop
Organiser: Stacey Ryan – ITS Australia
Asia Pacific Leaders Forum 2
Connected and Automated Vehicles, Safety and Efficiency, IoT (7)
Concepts for assuring safety with automated driving systems
Stuart Ballingall

Prioritising safety for work zone crews, drivers and vehicles in a changing road environment
Danny Wollard

Before and After Analysis of Accident Occurrence of V2I Motorcycle Safety Warning System
Tien Pen Hsu

Enhanced Railway Crossing Safety through Smart Edge Processing, AI and Machine Learning
Henry Wu

Data Analytics and Artifical Intelligent in Transport (5)
The power of data – for enhancing incident management and smoother traffic flow
Philip Manning

Real-time Prediction of Train Station Entry and Exit Volumes
Zay Maung Maung Aye

Data visualisation: shaping transport decisions to connect our community safely, reliably and sustainably
Marco Motta

Thermal video-based automatic incident detection: a trial on Queensland roads
Christopher Stockwell-Smith

Mobility as a Service, People and Sustainability (2)
On-demand bus technology – where does it work?
Kevin Orr

Unlocking Shared Mobility
Stacey Ryan

Smart neighbourhood mobility as key measure for cities
Stefanie Pichler

Camera Enforcement Technology
Organiser: TBC
Wednesday 27 May 2020
ROOM Mezzanine M3&4
0900 – 1030 Plenary Session 3

THEME: City leaders delivering customer centered solutions for citizens and visitors
Moderator: Brian Negus, Cica Group
Speakers:
Colin Jensen, Brisbane City Council
Shailen Bhatt, ITS America
1030 – 1100 Morning Tea
Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
ROOM Mezzanine M3&4 Mezzanine M1&2 Plaza P1 Plaza P2 Plaza P3 Plaza P4 Plaza P5
1100 – 1230
Executive Session 4

The Ipswich Connected Vehicle Pilot – Planning and Delivering Australia’s Largest Trial of C-ITS Technologies
Organiser: Justin White – Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads

Transport Pricing, Tolling and Charging (2)
Transitioning to electric vehicles and road pricing
Michael Roth

Cross City Tunnel Tolling System Upgrade
Andreas Goldhorn

Evoution of Road User Charging in a Multimodal Ecosystem
Daniel Shaw

Presentation from Land Surveys
James Sanderson

How can you protect cities and citizens from Private Mobility Providers that will come and go when the Venture Capital funding runs out?
Organiser: TBC

Connected and Automated Vehicles, Safety and Efficiency, IoT (8)
Preliminary results from the first Australian community-based connected vehicle technology trial
Anna Chevalier

A Comprehensive Simulation Platform for Connected and Automated Driving
Dongyao Jia

Connected Vehicle; benefits, applications, and aftermarket
Saeed Asadi Bagloee

Driver’s Recognition against the External Human Machine Interface on the Automated Vehicle
Kosuke Takizawa

Data Analytics and Artifical Intelligent in Transport (6)
Comparative evaluation of group-based and phase-based traffic signal timings
Abdul Khadhir Seyed Hydroos

Next Generation Traffic Signal Controller (NGTSC) – Future directions in improving safety through arterial signal control with enhanced detection technology
Ben Jones

Traffic performance dashboard for Southeast Queensland corridors
Ashish Dhanjee

Urban Mobility Demand Management Strategies – Options for Cities
Joerg Nu Rosenbohm

Intelligent Transport = Accessible Transport (2)
Smart Pedestrian Crossings: Safety benefits and C-ITS applications
Terry Zhengwu Su

Gamification and Rewards Program to promote shared and active transport
Devina Hassanaly

A systematic framework for the identification of public transport congestion hotspots at large transit networks using GTFS and Bluetooth data
Shubham Sharma

Perception, reality and ridership: Integrating external and internal real-time information to improve customer service and the passenger experience
Hasti TajTehraniFard

1230 – 1330 Lunch
Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
1330 – 1500
Executive Session 5

High Fidelity IoT Sensors, Edge Computing and AI for Traffic Analytics
Organiser: Andrea Ash – Cohda Wireless

Multi-Modal Data Integration for Seamless Mobility
Organiser: Stacey Ryan – ITS Australia

Connected and Automated Vehicles, Safety and Efficiency, IoT (9)
Managing Human Factor Issues in the Assessment of Automated Vehicles at First Supply
Marcus Burke

Spatial challenges for cooperative vehicles, the Queensland experience
Justin White

Omni-Aware: adapting Automated Vehicle perception to the roadside
Andrew Somers

A best practice approach for the assessment and deployment of autonomous shuttles to support liveable and connected communities
Rebecca Michael

Data Analytics and Artifical Intelligent in Transport (7)
Utilisation of High Resolution SCATS data for Traffic Performance Analysis
Nima Amini

Traffic management system data visualization for behavioural understanding of signal operations under emergency vehicle pre-emption
Chaitrali Shirke

Hold the Red – Collision Prevention at Signalised Intersections
Matthew Baylis

Freight data projects in Australia
Charles Karl

Mobility as a Service, People and Sustainability (3)
Mode choice in a Mobility as a Service world
Graham Mccabe

Identifying opportunities for Mobility as a Service in ANZ
Peter Davis

My Baby Doesn’t take the Morning Train – Optus’ impact mitigation strategy for the Epping-Macquarie Park temporary rail closure
Penny Dillon

Influence of Shared Mobility on Mode Choice: A Case Study of Brisbane
Md Mazharul Haque

1500 – 1600 Afternoon Tea
Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
1600 – 1730
Executive Session 6

The Future of Transport on Demand
Organiser: Via, Bridj, The Ponds, etc.

Transport Pricing, Tolling and Charging (3)
Toowoomba Bypass
Luke Butler

Westgate Tunnel Project Update
Andreas Goldhorn

NorthConnex Project Update
Andreas Goldhorn

Westconnex Project Update
Cliff Brake

Mobility as a Service – Collaborating on a National Approach
Organiser: Stacey Ryan – ITS Australia

Connected and Automated Vehicles, Safety and Efficiency, IoT (10)
Smartphone Application to Improve Visually Impaired Pedestrians’ Safety and Mobility in a Connected Vehicle Environment
David Bolt

Signal Control System using Autonomous Vehicle Data with AI
Young Hak Yoon

SCATS & C-ITS: An evolving implementation
Simon Patterson

Light Intelligent Vehicles: Congestion Solving Transport?
Brian Dudson

Data Analytics and Artifical Intelligent in Transport (8)
Traffic signal control with Artificial Intelligence
Arash Kaviani

Crash Prediction using Harsh Braking data
Gareth Robins

The rise of Z – when Point Clouds meet Artificial Intelligence for a Smarter City
Ash Radhakrishnan

Securing ITS cellular networks
Paul Baker

Intelligent Transport = Accessible Transport (3)
From accessible to inclusive public transport – what does it mean and how can technology help?
Suvi Schwab

No ticket to ride – are people with disabilities left behind?
Sandra Witzel

Neutral Bay and Cremorne TFS_AP Technical Paper Submission
Raj Roychoudhry

RACV Member Attitudes to Autonomous Vehicles
Nicholas Platt

1900 – 2230 Cocktail Reception
Rivershed, Howard Smith Wharves
Thursday 28 May 2020
ROOM Mezzanine M3&4 Mezzanine M1&2 Plaza P1 Plaza P2 Plaza P3 Plaza P4 Plaza P5
0900 – 1030
Executive Session 7

Equity in Transportation
Organiser: David Wall – Via

Transport Pricing, Tolling and Charging (4)
Digital Tachograph, Europe
Silje Troseth

Global Tolling Project reference from the US or Europe
TBC (D Bolt, Kapsch)

Next Generation Electronic Road Prcing System, Singapore
Grace Ong? LTA (SH)

How Transurban are leaders in this space in terms of technology used, customer focus and approach
Luke Abercrombie

Programme Delivery of Complex ITS Projects
Organiser: Michael Towke – Transport for NSW

Connected and Automated Vehicles, Safety and Efficiency, IoT (11)
Smart Implementation of Intelligent Transport Systems Trials
BJ Martin

Geofencing for smart urban mobility
Mats Bjerke

Improving Tunnel Evacuation Outcomes Through Targeted Communications
Jeff Dusting

Preparing highways and tunnels for the future of mobility – Nokia roadside cloud and wireless access
Rory McDonnell

Data Analytics and Artifical Intelligent in Transport (9)
Actionable Incident Detection Alarming – Aggregating data sources in real time to improve Incident Detection performance
Fiona Swan

Safety Assessment of Complex Urban Intersections Using Automated Video Analysis
Md Mazharul Haque

An IOT systems approach for tackling congestion and delivering more resilient transport systems
Simon Latham

Road incident and traffic monitoring in low latency environment for intelligent decision making
John Worrall

Mobility as a Service, People and Sustainability (4)
Design and implementation of a novel business model on the integration of MaaS and Consuming Service in China-A Case Study of Guangzhou
Xianglong Liu

Evaluating the Performance of Shared bicycle-Transit Oriented Development: An Efficiency Perspective
Jungyeol Hong

Evaluation on Trip Cost of Shared Electric Scooter
Yu-Hsun Tsai

Perceived Cost of Shared and Private Electric Scooters by Users
Hou-Yu Chen

1030 – 1100 Morning Tea
Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
1100 – 1230
Data Analytics and Artifical Intelligent in Transport (10)
Data Driven Optimisation of Sydney Bus Services
Michael Towke

Developing ITS Infrastructure Strategies At Scale
Marcus Van Der Velden

A comparative analysis for data imputation methodologies for missing Bluetooth data: A case study on Brisbane road network
Nikhil Ahuja

Fusion of traffic sensors for enhanced road monitoring
Alina Bialkowski

Near Real-Time Smart Transport Data Driven Decision Making
Organiser: Henry Wu – JYW Consulting

Cybersecurity – Securing our Transport Networks for the Future
Organiser: Stacey Ryan – ITS Australia

Data Analytics and Artifical Intelligent in Transport (11)
Delivering the Next Generation of Traffic Management
Phil Allen

Improving Transport Planning and Real-time Operations in Madrid, Spain using a Mobility Data-driven Approach
David Bolt

Automated Road Assessment and Defect Identification Trial
Michael Cybulski

A smart use of data analytics to challenge misconceptions on mobility trends
Nathalie Sassen

Freight and Logistics (1)
dRAM–Digitalisation supports Railway Network Operation
Martin Novak

Research on Robustness and Degree Distribution based on Dynamic Evolution of Urban Freight Network
Yuxiang Jiao

Heavy vehicle limits, permit requirements and ITS enforcement measures
Junichi Hirose

Policy, Standards and Harmonisation (3)
Doing More with Less: The Network Optimisation Framework
William Abbott

SSDI: A solution for a problem you didn’t know you had
Ari Edinburg

A visual approach to understanding organisational transformation implications of emerging technologies
Jason Venz

Guidelines for Automated Vehicles Trials – Learnings from Two Years of Use in Australia
Marcus Burke

1230 – 1330 Lunch
Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
ROOM Mezzanine M3&4
1330 – 1500 Plenary Session 4

THEME: Intelligent Transport = Accessible Transport
Speaker:
Carol Schweiger, Schweiger Consulting
1500 – 1530
Closing Ceremony
Moderator: Dean Zabrieszach, ITS Australia
Speakers:
Simon Barry, Data61
Susan Harris, ITS Australia
Dean Zabrieszach, ITS Australia
1530 – 1600 Afternoon Tea
Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

Below is a list of the Interactive Presentations for the upcoming ITS Asia Pacific Forum 2020.

Below are the NeTC Sessions for the upcoming ITS Asia Pacific Forum 2020.

Tuesday 26 May 2020
ROOM Plaza P1
1100 – 1230 NeTC Session SIS

 

Wednesday 27 May 2020
ROOM Plaza P1
1100 – 1230 NeTC Session 1
1330 – 1500 NeTC Session 2
1600 – 1730 NeTC Session 3
 

Thursday 28 May 2020
ROOM Plaza P1
1100 – 1230 NeTC Session 4
Below are the sponsored sessions for the upcoming ITS Asia Pacific Forum 2020.