Program

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Day One

Mezzanine M3 & 4

Mezzanine M1
Plaza P1
Plaza P2
Plaza P3
Plaza P4
Plaza P5
SIS 1: Automated Vehicles for Rural and Regional Australia, Key Challenges and Opportunities

0900 - 1030

Organiser:
Scott Benjamin
WSP

Moderator: Andrew Hooley, Transport for New South Wales

Speakers:
Greg Giraud,
EasyMile
TBA,
Busways Group
Ben Hayes,
TransDev
Scott Benjamin
WSP
Kathy Gilbert,
Armidale Regional Council
Transport for NSW kicked off two trails: Coffs Harbor (Busbot) in late 2018 and Armadale (ARDi) in early 2019 to trial deployment of small automated bus services local councils, vehicle suppliers, universities, bus operators and a range of regional stakeholders.

Show MoreThe session will discuss key technical challenges and considerations for future deployment and how this can better benefit local communities.

NTC Government access to vehicle generated data



0900 - 1030

SIS 2: Measuring Mobility Outcomes that Support Liveability

0900 - 1030

Organiser:
Lachlan Faulkner
Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads

Moderator: Edward Beak, Department of Transport and Main Roads, QLD

Speakers:
Katherine Johnston, Department of Transport and Main Roads, QLD
Medhi Langroudi, Main Roads Western Australia
Carine Chessmen,
Transport for New South Wales


The purpose of this session is to hear from transport agencies around their use of mobility data; their reporting measures to understand mobility and liveability; and the challenges and opportunities in using data to improve transport services for their communities.

SIS 3: Intelligent Decision Support for the Management of Urban Transport Congestion

0900 - 1030

Organiser:
Michael Towke
Transport for NSW

Moderator: TBA


Speakers:
Soren Tellegen, Kapsch
Alexander Torday, AIMSUM
Andrew Smith, Johnson Controls Inc. JCI
Olivier Hoang, Sopra Steria






In this session, speakers from academia, industries and government agencies will present the latest developments in delivering Intelligent Decision Support for transport network management in Australia and beyond.

Show MoreThe talks will cover subjects on deriving insights and intelligence from transport data, predictive modelling for multimodal transport and best practice learnt from innovative pilot programs.

Connected and Automated Vehicles, Safety and Efficiency, IoT (1)

0900 - 0920

Cognitive Internet of Things (CIoV): Vision, Architecture and Security Challenges (S)

Khondokar Fida,
Australia

Connected and Automated Vehicles, Safety and Efficiency, IoT (2)

0900 - 0920

What will the role of the road network manager be with the advent of CAVs? (T)

David Lowe
Australia

SIS 4: Operationalising ITS on Major Projects


0900 - 1030

Organiser: 
Kim Thomas, Integrate


Moderator:
Kim Thomas, Integrate

Speakers:
Marco Morgante,
Transurban
Manu Hingorani,
Department of Transport and Main Roads, QLD
Chris Coghlan,
Department of Transport, VIC
Ronald Elunai,
Integrate
Richard Delplace
Austroads
This session discusses some of the major transport projects either completed or in progress in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland; and what steps have been taken to configure the rural and smart motorway ITS to operate the new infrastructure optimally within the broader transport network.

0920 - 0940

Improving Tunnel Evacuation Outcomes Through Targeted Communications (T)

Jeff Dusting
Australia

0920 - 0940

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

0940 - 1000

Preparing highways and tunnels for the future of mobility – Nokia roadside cloud and wireless access (T)

0940 - 1000

The importance of a timely and robust Concept of Operations on ITS projects
(T)

Tim Fehon
Australia

1000 - 1020

How city tolling helps reducing traffic congestion and emission reduction
(T)

Hendra Tijoe,
Australia

1000 - 1020

Operational Deployment of Semi-AVs and C-ITS on Eastlink
(T)

Dickson Leow
Australia

1020 - 1030

Q&A

1020 - 1030

Q&A

1030 - 1100

Morning Tea
Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

Mezzanine M3 & 4

Mezzanine M1

Plaza P1
Plaza P2
Plaza P3

Plaza P4

Plaza P5

SIS 5: 4G, 5G for ITS – An Integrated Mobile Network and Short-Range Radio Approach for High Performance ITS

1100 - 1230
Organiser:
David McKechnie
Telstra

Moderator: Jamie Smith, Telstra



Speakers:
David McKechnie
Telstra
Craig Greene
Ford Motor Company, Asia Pacific
Jason Ellis
QCT Automotive Business Unit
Magnus Gunnarsson
Ericsson AB

This session will look at how leading researchers, manufacturers and network providers in multiple geographies are making use of 4G already and 5G next to connect vehicles.

MaaS National Reference Committee Workshop



1100 - 1230

SIS 6: Queensland flood warning partnership



1100 - 1230

Organiser: Chris Russell, Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads

Moderator: Graeme Milligan, Queensland Reconstruction Authority

Speakers:
Graeme Milligan,
Queensland Reconstruction Authority
Andrew Preece,
Transport Customer Lead
Chris Russell,
Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads
Manu Hingorani
Department of Transport and Main Roads
The Fitzroy Regional Resilience pilot project is being delivered by the Queensland Reconstruction Authority(QRA), with stakeholders including Bureau of Meteorology(BoM) and Transport and Main Roads (TMR).

Show MoreThe project is seeking to develop Queensland’s first catchment-scale and multi-stakeholder approach to a total flood warning concept. It seeks to integrate optimised flood warning infrastructure with collective governance to support better predictions, situational awareness, community messaging and disaster management operations.

SIS 7: The Future of Community Transport and Mobility as a Service


1100 - 1230
Organiser:
Stacey Ryan
ITS Australia
Moderator:
Carol Schweiger
Schweiger Consulting Llc
Speakers:
Ben Whitehorn,
Waverley Randwick Community Transport
Bethany Simmonds,
The Community Transport Company
Stacey Ryan
ITS Australia


This panel of community transport and accessibility professionals and academics will consider the opportunities for MaaS to be utilised in thin markets like the community transport sector and to improve transport options for customers with high transport needs.

Connected and Automated Vehicles, Safety and Efficiency, IoT (3)


1100 - 1120

Safety First For Automated Driving
(T)

Trevor Wilson,
Australia

Connected and Automated Vehicles, Safety and Efficiency, IoT (4)


1100 - 1120

Status of European legislative work on C-ITS
(T)

Knut Evensen,
Australia

Data Analytics and Artifical Intelligent in Transport (1)



1100 - 1120

Road Ribbon Weather Solution: Monitoring, Forecasting, Visualization and Data
(C)

Alex Zadnik
Australia
1120 - 1140

Meet Matilda: The world’s smartest transit hub
(T)

Damian Hewitt,
Australia

1120 - 1140

European and US security policies for C-ITS

Ola Martin Lykkja,
Australia

1120 - 1140

Cost of congestion prototype reporting system using intelligent hybrid data
(T)

Merle Wood
Australia
1140 - 1200

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
(C)

Greg Giraud,
Singapore

1140 - 1200

Connected Vehicles – application of real-life case studies
(C)

1140 - 1200

Monitoring Transport Operations with Drones
(T)

1200 - 1220

Electric Vehicles & Charging Optimisation
(C)

David Ng,
Singapore

1200 - 1220

Case Study: Leveraging IoT to achieve new insights into TfNSW transport infrastructure
(T)

Simon Young
Australia
1200 - 1220

Using VR, motion, eye and emotional analytics to understanding and design for consumer behaviour at train stations
(T)

Rob Hudson,
Australia

1220 - 1230

Q&A

1220 - 1230

Q&A

1220 - 1230

Q&A

1230 - 1330

Lunch
Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

Mezzanine M3 & 4

Mezzanine M1

Plaza P1

Plaza P2

Plaza P3

Plaza P4

Plaza P5

SIS 8: Technologies for safety and enforcement, emergency pre-emption and notification, and post-crash response

1330 - 1500
Organiser:
Md Mazharul (Shimul) Haque
Queensland University of Technology
Speakers:
Md Mazharul (Shimul) Haque
Queensland University of Technology
Simon Washington
University of Queensland
Manu Hingorani
Department of Transport and Main Roads
Matthew Baylis
Department of Transport and Main Roads
The session will focus on the recent advancements and emerging technologies for Road safety.

Show MoreThis includes:
  • Hold the Red
  • Automatic Incident Detection
  • Video-based road safety analysis
  • Transport Pricing, Tolling and Charging (1)



    1330 - 1350

    Video tolling – An integrated approach
    (T)

    Jos Nijhuis,
    Australia

    Workshop 2: Strategic Discussion on Cooperative and Automated Vehicle Onroad Deployments

    1330 - 1500
    Organiser:
    ITS Asia Pacific

    Connected and Automated Vehicles, Safety and Efficiency, IoT (5)


    1330 - 1350

    Public Trial of C-V2X Technology in Australia
    (C)

    Data Analytics and Artifical Intelligent in Transport (2)



    1330 - 1350

    What causes slow-down on two-way two-lane expressways?
    (S)

    Jian Xing
    Australia

    Policy, Standards and Harmonisation (1)



    1330 - 1350

    ITS, Agile, and the Commercial Realities

    1350 - 1410

    Detection Zones and Video Analytics For Tolling and Road User Charging
    (T)

    Jeff Dusting
    Australia

    1350 – 1410

    Proactive multimodal transport management using CAV data
    (T)

    Majid Sarvi
    Australia

    1350 - 1410

    A Signal Control Strategy to Avoid Spillback on Short Links at Undersaturated Intersections
    (S)

    1350 - 1410

    Development and Evaluation of a Precinct Level Low Carbon Mobility Calculator
    (S)

    1410 - 1430

    Is tolling cloud-ready? Tolling backoffice as a service
    (C)

    Pablo Ruiz
    Australia

    1410 - 1430

    Leading the Future of Parking
    (C)

    Wee Leong Lai
    Singapore

    1410 - 1430

    Multicriteria validation of a traffic simulation model
    (S)

    1410 - 1430

    Why Ramp Meters should always be on your network
    (T)

    Blair Monk,
    New Zealand

    1430 - 1450

    The Future of Tolling Roadside Systems – A Roadmap
    (T)

    1430 - 1450

    Phase Three Development of Road Surface Condition and Monitoring System Utilizing Motorcycle (ROCOM)
    (S)

    1430 - 1450

    Assessing and optimising the performance of a multi modal transport network
    (T)

    1430 - 1450

    A Synthesis for Regional Status of Intelligent Transport Systems in Asia and the Pacific
    (S)

    Changju Lee
    Thailand

    1450 - 1500

    Q&A

    1450 - 1500

    Q&A

    1450 - 1500

    Q&A

    1450 - 1500

    Q&A

    1500 - 1530

    Afternoon Tea
    Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

    Mezzanine M3 & 4

    Plenary Session 1

    1530 - 1700

    THEME: ITS Innovation Creating Liveable Communities

    Show MoreLiveable communities are enhanced by each of the key areas of ITS innovation, in the delivery of safe transport operations, the support of efficient and productive networks and the improvement of environmental outcomes.
    Moderator: Neil Scales Department of Transport and Main Roads Australia
    Speakers:
    Minister Mark Bailey QLD Government Australia
    Dean Zabrieszach ITS Australia Australia
    Hajime Amano, ITS Asia Pacific Japan
    Bronwyn Morris, RACQ
    Beth Kigel HNTB United States
    Michael Milford QUT Robotics

    Opening ceremony

    Welcome Reception

    1700 - 1900

    Great Hall, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

    Supported by

    Day Two 

    Mezzanine M3 & 4 

    Plenary Session 2 

    0900 - 1030

    THEME: Future vehicle technology (including connected and automated vehicles)

    Show MoreAustralia is a world leader in ITS, conducting multiple CAV trials. Australia’s unique landscape, climate and lifestyle, plus strong government support and industry collaboration, makes it the perfect place to host international trials. Updates from Australia and around the globe provided.
    Moderator: Dennis Walsh Department of Transport and Main Roads Australia
    Speakers:
    Minister Mark Ryan, QLD Government Australia
    Mike Keating Queensland Police Service Australia
    Marcus Burke National Transport Centre
    Steve Dellenback Southwest Research Institute United States
    1030 - 1100

    Morning Tea
    Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

    Mezzanine M3 & 4

    Mezzanine M2

    Plaza P1 

    Plaza P2

    Plaza P3

    Plaza P4

    Plaza P5

    Executive Session 1: International deployment of connected technologies

    1100 - 1230





    Moderator: John Wall
    Austroads Australia

    Speakers:
    Miranda Blogg
    Department of Transport and Main Roads Australia
    Jacob Bangsgaard
    ERTICO Europe
    Matt Higgins
    Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy, QLD Government Australia
    Eric Samson
    United Kingdom
    An update from around the globe on transport technology initiatives.

    SIS 9: Traffic and Transport Data Analytics


    1100 - 1230

    Organiser: Ashish Bhaskar
    Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads
    Moderator: Ashish Bhaskar
    Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads
    Speakers:
    Chen Cai
    Data61
    Manu Hingorani
    Department of Transport and Main Roads
    Wayne Dale
    Department of Transport and Main Roads



    The session invites international experts from academia and industry to present the state of the art and practice in data analytics in transport.

    Show MorePrimarily the session will focus on:
  • Simulation and Visualization of Public Transport Patronage in Sydney
  • Data analytics for transport network optimization
  • Big transport data and decision support system
  • SIS 10: The Role of Data in the Delivery of Improved Transport Services

    1100 - 1230

    Organiser: Michael Towke
    Transport for New South Wales
    Moderator: Tahira Shaheen


    Speakers:
    Regan Yan,
    CEO Digital Alchemy
    Ian McPherson,
    Google
    Fang Chen,
    UTS





    In this session, we will discuss the future opportunities, what could be done with data and what problems could be solved. We will explore how data needs will change over time and what must be done to enable the sharing of data including both short-term and longer-tern opportunities.

    SIS 11: Developing Public Communications About Cooperative and Automated Vehicles

    1100 - 1230

    Organiser: Clare Murray, Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads
    Moderator: Clare Murray, Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads
    Speakers:
    Max Jamwal-Girdler,
    Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads
    Ioni Lewis,
    Queensland Univerity of Technology
    Sherrie-Ann Kaye,
    Queensland Univerity of Technology
    Francine Smith,
    Queensland Univerity of Technology
    This session will focus on what we currently know about the general public’s knowledge and perceptions regarding CAV technology and how this knowledge can be used for future public communications campaigns, to inform trial methodology, decisions regarding public education approaches as well as policies which seek to ultimately ’get people on-board’ CAVs.

    Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence in Transport (3)


    1100 – 1120

    Metaheuristic robust approach for designing traffic signal timings (S)

    Intelligent Transport = Accessible Transport (1)


    1100 – 1120

    Innovative ITS treatments creating Smarter Motorways (T)

    Anna Clancy
    Australia

    Policy, Standards and Harmonisation (2)


    1100 – 1120

    Societal insights from movement and economic factors: Explaining societal transformations (T)

    John Cardoso
    Australia

    1120 - 1140

    Arterial Travel Time Estimation by Fusing Multiple Bluetooth Traffic Data (T)

    1120 - 1140

    Road Occupancy Roadmap
    (T)

    Michael Towke
    Australia

    1120 - 1140

    ArcGIS Urban: Transforming the plan to 3D (C)

    1140 - 1200

    Injury severity on traffic crashes: a text mining with an interpretable machine-learning approach (S)

    1140 - 1200

    Advance Warning System – Practical implementation of human centred design and construction (T)

    1140 - 1200

    iGO Intelligent Transport Systems Strategy – A Local Governments Strategic Plan (T)

    Josh Ellis
    Australia
    1200 - 1220
    Online transport network prediction (S)
    Hoang Nguyen
    Australia
    1200 - 1220

    Exploring Driver Behaviour to Shape Better Road User Experiences (T)

    1200 - 1220
    Finding the Frame: Optimising New Mobility Decisions (T)
    Scott Benjamin
    (Louise Thomas)
    Australia

    1220 - 1230

    Q&A

    1220 - 1230

    Q&A

    1220 - 1230

    Q&A

    1230 - 1330

    Lunch
    Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

    Mezzanine M3 & 4

    Mezzanine M2

    Plaza P1

    Plaza P2

    Plaza P3

    Plaza P4

    Plaza P5

    Executive Session 2: Policy, standards and harmonisation

    1330 - 1500





    Moderator: Edward Chung
    Hong Kong Polytechnic
    Hong Kong
    Speakers:
    Peter Sweatman
    United States
    Russell Shields
    Ygomi
    United States

    Andras Csepinszky
    NNG
    Hungary

    Stuart Ballingall
    TCA
    Australia
    Transport policies, standards and regulations should serve to enable and accelerate the adoption of technologies and innovations in transport, while setting the goals in liveability, accessibility and sustainability. Lessons can be learnt from early implementation of regulatory reforms across the globe and the best practices can be promoted.

    SIS 12: Cooperative and Highly Automated Driving Pilot

    1330 - 1500

    Organiser:
    Max Jamwal-Girdler,
    Department of Transport and Main Roads
    Moderator:
    Nicholas Mackay,
    Department of Transport and Main Roads
    Speakers:
    Amit Trivedi
    Department of Transport and Main Roads
    Michael Milford
    Queensland University of Technology
    Sebastien Glaser,
    Queensland University of Technology

    SIS 13: Next Generation Network Management

    1330 - 1500

    Organiser: Stacey Ryan
    ITS Australia

    Moderator: TBA


    Speakers: TBA










    We will consider the implementation of technology while also looking at the arterial network, which is a significant part of our road networks and how traffic signals can be optimized.

    Asia Pacific Leaders Forum 1








    1330 - 1500

    Connected and Automated Vehicles, Safety and Efficiency, IoT (6)

    1330 - 1350

    Sound-Based Tunnel Incident Detection System
    (S)

    Jinhwan Jang 
    South Korea

    Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence in Transport (4)


    1330 - 1350

    Sitraffic One – the new 1Watt technology signal heads that significantly reduces the carbon footprint of traffic signals
    (S)

    Yang Yang Bay
    Singapore

    Mobility as a Service, People and Sustainability (1)


    1330 - 1350

    Can Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Unlock our Cities? (T)

    Mick Spiers
    Singapore

    1350 - 1410

    Architecture of a visual information based empathic conversational agent system
    (S)

    1350 - 1410

    Deriving Data Driven based Bluetooth Trajectories for Urban Network
    (T)

    1350 - 1410

    Enabling MaaS: Getting all the players to coordinate on an open standard for booking transport
    (T)

    Tim Cooper
    Australia

    1410 - 1430

    Optimal Signal Timing Design Algorithm for Roads with Mixed Autonomous and Human-Driven Vehicles
    (S)

    1410 - 1430

    Can ITS Save the Planet?
    (T)

    1430 - 1450

    Perceptions and attitudes toward the deployment of autonomous and connected vehicles: insights from Las Vegas, Nevada
    (S)

    1430 - 1450

    A novel methodology to assimilate sub-path flows in bi-level OD matrix estimation process
    (S)

    1430 - 1450

    Synergies for Sustainable Mobility by Joining Forces across Cities
    (T)

    1450 - 1500

    Q&A

    1450 - 1500

    Q&A

    1450 - 1500

    Q&A

    1500 - 1600

    Afternoon Tea
    Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

    Mezzanine M3 & 4

    Mezzanine M1

    Plaza P1

    Plaza P2

    Plaza P3

    Plaza P4

    Plaza P5

    Executive Session 3: ITS making transport safer


    1600 - 1730



    Moderator: Gillian Miles
    National Transport Commission
    Australia
    Speakers:
    James Goodwin
    ANCAP
    Australia

    Mike Lenne
    Seeing Machines
    Australia

    Fred Curtis
    VITRONIC
    Australia

    Samantha Cockfield
    TAC
    Austalia

    Henry Meng
    The freight and logistics industries are moving into a new era marked with increasing automation, intelligence and multi-modality. This trend is coupled with regulatory reforms that are steering the industries towards a safer, greener and sustainable future.

    SIS 14: Collaborative Trials for Improved Mobility and Safety


    1600 - 1730

    Organiser: Cubic Transportation Systems
    Moderator: Chris Bax
    Cubic Transportation Systems
    Speakers:
    Scott Benjamin
    WSP
    Paul Gray
    Cohda Wireless
    David Ng
    PTV Group
    Majid Savi
    University of Melbourne
    Simon Young
    CISCO


    This session explores the collaborative work being done by members of the Australian Integrated Multimodal EcoSystem (AIMES) community. AIMES is a world-first living laboratory based on the streets of Melbourne Australia, established to test highly integrated transport technology with a goal to deliver safer, cleaner and more sustainable urban transport outcomes.

    SIS 15: Cybersecurity – securing our transport networks for the future

    1600 - 1730

    Organiser: Stacey Ryan
    ITS Australia
    Moderator: Steve Dellenback
    Southwest Research Institute
    Speakers:
    Stuart Allen-Keeling
    Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads
    Steve Dellenback
    Southwest Research Institute






    This session will bring together experts in the field of Cybersecurity to investigate how transport networks are at risk from vulnerabilities and bad actors as are many of our modern complex technology and infrastructure systems, from banking to health to utilities, through to personal privacy and security.

    Asia Pacific Leaders Forum 2









    1600 - 1730

    Connected and Automated Vehicles, Safety and Efficiency, IoT (7)

    1600 - 1620

    Concepts for assuring safety with automated driving systems
    (T)

    Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence in Transport (5)


    1600 - 1620

    The power of data – for enhancing incident management and smoother traffic flow
    (C)

    Mustafa Toker
    Singapore

    Mobility as a Service, People and Sustainability (2)


    1600 - 1620

    On-demand bus technology – where does it work?
    (T)

    Kevin Orr
    Australia

    1620 - 1640

    Prioritising safety for work zone crews, drivers and vehicles in a changing road environment
    (T)

    1620 - 1640

    Real-time Prediction of Train Station Entry and Exit Volumes
    (T)

    1620 - 1640

    Unlocking Shared Mobility
    (T)

    Stacey Ryan
    Australia
    1640 - 1700

    Before and After Analysis of Accident Occurrence of V2I Motorcycle Safety Warning System
    (T)

    Tien Pen Hsu
    Chinese Taipei
    1640 - 1700

    Data visualisation: shaping transport decisions to connect our community safely, reliably and sustainably
    (T)

    Marco Motta
    Australia
    1640 - 1700

    Smart neighbourhood mobility as key measure for cities
    (T)

    Kyna Leong
    Austria

    1700 - 1720

    Enhanced Railway Crossing Safety through Smart Edge Processing, AI and Machine Learning
    (T)

    Henry Wu
    Australia

    1700 - 1720

    Thermal video-based automatic incident detection: a trial on Queensland roads
    (T)

    1700 - 1720

    Community Transport as Mobility Manager for the frail aged
    (T)

    John Nelson
    1720 - 1730

    Q&A

    1720 - 1730

    Q&A

    1720 - 1730

    Q&A

    Day Three

    Mezzanine M3 & 4

    Plenary Session 3

    0900 - 1030

    THEME: City leaders delivering customer centered solutions for citizens and visitors

    Show MoreWith government support, industry collaboration and research centres of excellence, the ITS industry leads advanced trials, tests transport technology capabilities and shares outcomes with the ITS community.
    Moderator: Brian Negus Cica Group Australia
    Speakers:
    Colin Jensen, Brisbane City Council Australia
    Megan Bourke-O’Neil, Department of Transport Australia
    Ngien Hoon Ping, Land Transport Authority Singapore
    Sally Todd, Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications Australia
    Glenn Toms, RACQ Assistance Australia

    1030 - 1100

    Morning Tea
    Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

    Mezzanine M3 & 4

    Mezzanine M2

    Plaza P1

    Plaza P2

    Plaza P3

    Plaza P4

    Plaza P5

    Sky Room

    Executive Session 4: Mobility as a Service, people and environmental sustainability

    1100 - 1230




    Moderator: Susan Harris
    ITS Australia
    Speakers:
    Jacob Bangsgaard
    ERTICO
    Chris Bax
    Cubic Transportation Systems Limited
    Ishra Baksh
    Department of Transport and Main Roads
    Chris Bennetts
    Transport for NSW
    Wee Meng Lim
    MobilityX
    Mobility as a Service (MaaS) has become one of the fastest growing sectors in the ITS industry. MaaS is a key contributor to smart transport and the liveability of our cities, suburbs and regional communities. MaaS coincides with other customer centric, demand responsive transport initiatives to mark a global trend towards sustainable and accessible urban mobility.

    SIS 16: The Ipswich Connected Vehicle Pilot – Planning and Delivering Australia’s Largest Trial of C-ITS Technologies

    1100 - 1230

    Organiser: Justin White
    Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads
    Moderator: Miranda Blogg
    Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads
    Speakers:
    Nicholas Brook
    Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads
    Nigel Nelson
    WSP
    Andry Rakotonirainy
    Queensland University of Technology
    Peter Chalmers
    Transmax

    The session will include an overview of the Ipswich Connected Vehicle Pilot, and discuss technical details of the project, specifically the central facility, roadside equipment, in-vehicle equipment and project evaluation.

    Transport Pricing, Tolling and Charging (2)



    1100 - 1120

    Transitioning to electric vehicles and road pricing
    (T)

    Michael Roth
    Australia

    SIS 17: High Fidelity IoT Sensors, Edge Computing and AI for Traffic Analytics


    1100 - 1230

    Organiser: Andrea Ash
    Cohda Wireless

    Moderator: Andrea Ash
    Cohda Wireless
    Speakers: 
    Paul Gray
    Cohda Wireless
    Simon Young
    Cisco
    Chris Bax
    Cubic Transportation Systems
    Evan Walker
    Transport for NSW


    With a selection of speakers representing System Integrators, Infrastructure Networking Providers, Radio Communication Experts, and Traffic Management we will gain insights into challenges currently in existence for the management of traffic flow.

    Show MoreThe discussion will focus on how access to high fidelity data in real-time, with the use of IoT Sensors, Edge Compute and AI, can accelerate responses to congestion issues along with future traffic management planning. Beyond congestion we will also discuss how real-time insights of road user behaviour and performance at the intersections can improve safety and protection for all road users.

    Connected and Automated Vehicles, Safety and Efficiency, IoT (8)


    1100 - 1120

    Preliminary results from the first Australian community-based connected vehicle technology trial
    (T)

    Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence in Transport (6)


    1100 - 1120

    Comparative evaluation of group-based and phase-based traffic signal timings
    (T)

    Abdul Khadhir Seyed Hydroos
    Australia

    Intelligent Transport = Accessible Transport (2)



    1100 - 1120

    Smart Pedestrian Crossings: Safety benefits and C-ITS applications
    (T)

    Smarter Road Safety Forum




    1100 - 1230

    Hosted by: TMR & QPS
    Invited Session

    1120 - 1140

    Cross City Tunnel Tolling System Upgrade
    (T)

    1120 - 1140

    A Comprehensive Simulation Platform for Connected and Automated Driving
    (T)

    Dongyao Jia
    Australia

    1120 - 1140

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

    Ben Jones
    Australia

    1120 - 1140

    Gamification and Rewards Program to promote shared and active transport
    (T)

    1140 - 1200

    Evoution of Road User Charging in a Multimodal Ecosystem
    (T)

    Daniel Shaw
    Australia
    1140 - 1200

    Connected Vehicle; benefits, applications, and aftermarket
    (T)

    1140 - 1200

    Traffic performance dashboard for Southeast Queensland corridors
    (T)

    1140 - 1200

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

    1200 - 1220

    Reality Capture for Tunnel Asset Maintenance
    (T)

    1200 - 1220

    Driver’s Recognition against the External Human Machine Interface on the Automated Vehicle
    (T)

    1200 - 1220

    Urban Mobility Demand Management Strategies – Options for Cities
    (T)

    1200 - 1220

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

    1220 - 1230

    Q&A

    1220 - 1230

    Q&A

    1220 - 1230

    Q&A

    1220 - 1230

    Q&A

    1230 - 1330

    Lunch
    Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

    Mezzanine M3 & 4

    Mezzanine M2

    Plaza P1

    Plaza P2

    Plaza P3

    Plaza P4

    Plaza P5

    Sky Room

    Executive Session 5: Transport pricing




    1330 - 1500




    Moderator: Peter Colacino
    Infrastructure Australia
    Speakers: 
    Peter Carr
    ERoad
    Tang Wai Leung
    Transport Department
    Marion Terrill
    Gratton Institute, Melbourne University
    Gareth Prosser
    Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications
    Transport pricing can benefit from emerging technologies, payment integrations and upgrade in infrastructures to enhance a seamless experience for travellers and lift operational efficiencies.
    SIS 18: Unlocking Shared Mobility 



    1330 - 1500

    Organiser: Stacey Ryan
    ITS Australia
    Moderator: Stacey Ryan
    ITS Australia
    Speakers:
    Elizabeth Zealand
    CEO Spot Parking
    Zachary Wang
    Neuron Mobility
    Trystan Eeles
    Co-founder Liftango
    Ben Hague
    Via

    SIS 19: Multi-Modal Data Integration for Seamless Mobility



    1330 - 1500

    Organiser: Stacey Ryan
    ITS Australia
    Moderator: Stacey Ryan
    ITS Australia
    Speakers:
    Chen Cai
    Data61
    Nathalie Sassen
    Keolis Downer
    Jeff McCarthy
    Roads and Maritime Services
    David Wall
    VIA

    SIS 20: Modelling for the Future: Investigating impacts of Connected and Automated vehicles on our networks and communities

    1330 - 1500

    Organiser: Stacey Ryan
    ITS Australia
    Moderator: Dennis Walsh
    Department of Transport and Main Roads
    Speakers:
    Scott Benjamin
    WSP
    Peter Davidson
    Transposition







    In this SIS the panellists will consider the framework and determinations of these modelling activities to be considered from both a high-level strategic level as well as bottom up more granular decision making.

    Connected and Automated Vehicles, Safety and Efficiency, IoT (9)



    1330 - 1350

    Managing Human Factor Issues in the Assessment of Automated Vehicles at First Supply
    (T)

    Marcus Burke
    Australia

    Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence in Transport (7)



    1330 - 1350

    Utilisation of High Resolution SCATS data for Traffic Performance Analysis
    (T)

    Nima Amini
    Australia

    Mobility as a Service, People and Sustainability (3)



    1330 - 1350

    Mode choice in a Mobility as a Service world
    (T)

    Graham Mccabe
    Australia

    Smarter Road Safety Forum





    1100 - 1230

    Hosted by: TMR & QPS
    Invited Session

    1350 - 1410

    Spatial challenges for cooperative vehicles, the Queensland experience
    (T)

    Justin White
    Australia

    1350 - 1410

    Traffic management system data visualization for behavioural understanding of signal operations under emergency vehicle pre-emption
    (T)

    1350 - 1410

    Identifying opportunities for Mobility as a Service in ANZ
    (T)

    Peter Davis
    Australia

    1410 - 1430

    Omni-Aware: adapting Automated Vehicle perception to the roadside
    (T)

    Andrew Somers
    Australia

    1410 - 1430

    Hold the Red – Collision Prevention at Signalised Intersections
    (T)

    1410 - 1430

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

    Penny Dillon
    Australia

    1430 - 1450

    A best practice approach for the assessment and deployment of autonomous shuttles to support liveable and connected communities
    (T)

    1430 - 1450

    Freight data projects in Australia
    (T)

    Charles Karl
    Australia

    1430 - 1450

    Influence of Shared Mobility on Mode Choice: A Case Study of Brisbane
    (S)

    1450 - 1500

    Q&A

    1450 - 1500

    Q&A

    1450 - 1500

    Q&A

    1500 - 1600

    Afternoon Tea
    Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

    Mezzanine M3 & 4

    Mezzanine M2

    Plaza P1

    Plaza P2

    Plaza P3

    Plaza P4

    Plaza P5

    Sky Room

    Executive Session 6: Connected Automated Sustainable Electric Vehicles

    1600 - 1730


    Moderator: Tom Kern
    CAVita LLC United States
    Speakers:
    Chris Woods
    Bosch Australia
    Australia

    Andrew Mehaffey
    HMI Technologies
    Australia

    Julian Broadbent
    AEV Robotics
    Australia

    Amit Trivedi
    Department of Transport and Main Roads
    Australia
    Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs) are transforming the norm of transport industries. The development on CAVs has benefited from technologies in automation, sensing, connectivity, navigation and safety enforcement. Trials of CAVs have been seen in various places around the world with the intent to understand the operation environment, the ecosystem and the implication to urban mobility.

    SIS 21: Mobility as a Service – Collaborating on a National Approach


    1600- 1730
    Organiser: Stacey Ryan
    ITS Australia
    Moderator: Stacey Ryan
    ITS Australia
    Speakers:
    Ishra Baksh
    Department of Transport and Main Roads
    Colin Lim
    MobilityX
    Claire Thompson
    Department of Transport WA
    Andy Taylor
    Cubic Transportation Systems
    Ben Whitehorn
    Community Transport
    This presentation will update Congress on the learnings from the initial report, and interestingly, what has already changed.

    Show MoreConsidering the short time-frame it is readily apparent that this is an extremely fast-moving space with a huge potential for growth and change, and an agile collaborative approach is the only way forward.

    Transport Pricing, Tolling and Charging (3)



    1600 - 1620

    Toowoomba Bypass
    (T)

    Luke Butler
    Australia

    SIS 22: Equity in Transportation



    1600 - 1730

    Organiser: David Wall
    VIA
    Moderator: TBA
    Speakers: TBA












    This session will discuss the operational efficiency gains for paratransit and community transport organizations and improved service opportunities that exist for the most vulnerable members of our communities.

    Show MoreWe will discuss the successes and challenges we have faced in leveraging microtransit technology for paratransit operations in our services and how we can use these lessons to inform opportunities and use cases for future paratransit services across Asia-Pacific. In this session, Via hopes to share the strategies and lessons we have applied to improving paratransit and community transport that we believe has the potential to transform the lives of millions of persons with disabilities.

    Connected and Automated Vehicles, Safety and Efficiency, IoT (10)


    1600 - 1620

    Smartphone Application to Improve Visually Impaired Pedestrians’ Safety and Mobility in a Connected Vehicle Environment
    (T)

    David Bolt
    Australia

    Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence in Transport (8)


    1600 - 1620

    Traffic signal control with Artificial Intelligence
    (T)

    Arash Kaviani
    Australia

    Intelligent Transport = Accessible Transport (3)



    1600 - 1620

    From accessible to inclusive public transport – what does it mean and how can technology help?
    (T)

    Smarter Road Safety Forum




    1100 - 1230

    Hosted by: TMR & QPS
    Invited Session

    1620 - 1640

    Westgate Tunnel Project Update
    (T)

    1620 - 1640

    Signal Control System using Autonomous Vehicle Data with AI
    (T)

    Young Hak Yoon
    South Korea

    1620 - 1640

    Crash Prediction using Harsh Braking data
    (T)

    Gareth Robins
    New Zealand

    1620 - 1640

    No ticket to ride – are people with disabilities left behind?
    (T)

    Brian Huang
    1640 - 1700

    NorthConnex Project Update
    (T)

    1640 - 1700

    SCATS & C-ITS: An evolving implementation
    (T)

    1640 - 1700

    The rise of Z – when Point Clouds meet Artificial Intelligence for a Smarter City
    (T)

    1640 - 1700

    Neutral Bay and Cremorne TFS_AP Technical Paper Submission
    (T)

    1700 - 1720

    Westconnex Project Update
    (T)

    Jackson Ross
    Australia

    1700 - 1720

    Light Intelligent Vehicles: Congestion Solving Transport?
    (T)

    Brian Dudson
    Australia

    1700 - 1720

    Securing ITS cellular networks
    (T)

    Paul Baker
    Australia

    1700 - 1720

    RACV Member Attitudes to Autonomous Vehicles
    (T)

    1720 - 1730

    Q&A

    1720 - 1730

    Q&A

    1720 - 1730

    Q&A

    1720 - 1730

    Q&A

    Cocktail Reception

    1900 - 2230

    Supported by 

    Day Four

    Mezzanine M3 & 4

    Mezzanine M2

    Plaza P1

    Plaza P2

    Plaza P3

    Plaza P4

    Plaza P5

    Executive Session 7: Data analytics and artificial intelligence in transport

    0900 - 1030


    Moderator: Chen Cai
    Data61
    Australia
    Speakers:
    Mahmood Hikmet
    HMI
    Australia

    Walter Weber
    netBI
    Australia

    Pascal Labouze
    Transport for NSW
    Australia

    Sal Pettricitto
    Australia
    Data analytics derive actionable insights from the vast quantity of data generated from various transport systems. The impact of data analytics is amplified by an ecosystem consists of data service suppliers, platform providers, regulators and end users. Such an ecosystem supports the utilisation of data for the development in advanced learning models that are the building blocks for Artificial Intelligence in transport.

    SIS 23: Near Real-Time Smart Transport Data Driven Decision Making

    0900 - 1030
    Organiser: Henry Wu
    JYW Consulting
    Moderator: Henry Wu
    JYW Consulting
    Speakers:
    Kellie Nuttall
    Deloitte
    Alex Torday
    Aimsun
    Edward Beak
    Department of Transport and Main Roads
    Chen Cai
    Data61
    Louis Berghold,
    JYW Consulting
    This Special Interest Session will provide a frank and open discussion from industry subject matter experts that worked on advanced near real-time smart transport data driven decision making projects.

    Show MoreThe speakers will share key lessons learnt and provide practical advice on vest practices and provide relevant quantitative benefit realisation assessment from these critical initiatives.

    Transport Pricing, Tolling and Charging (4)

    0900 - 0920

    Digital tachograph in Europe
    (T)

    Ola Martin
    Lykkja Norway

    SIS 24: Demand Responsive Public Transport

    0900 - 1030
    Organiser: John Langford
    BRIDJ
    Moderator: Lea Finau
    Transit Systems
    Speakers:
    John Langford-Ely
    BRIDJ
    Matthew Hamlet
    BRIDJ
    Victor Zhang
    BRIDJ




    What is (and isn’t) DRT? DRT isn’t Uber for buses.

    Show MoreIt isn’t a point to point service and customers are expected to walk to tops and incur some wait times. Demand Responsive Transport is able to dynamically adapt according to demand. Often referred to as ‘On Demand’, DRT vehicles only go where and when they are needed (or expected to be needed). Instead of hailing the bus at a traditional bus stop, passengers can plan ahead or book at short notice via an app and meet the bus at a nearby ‘stop’.

    Connected and Automated Vehicles, Safety and Efficiency, IoT (11)

    0900 - 0920

    Smart Implementation of Intelligent Transport Systems Trials
    (T)

    BJ Martin
    Australia

    Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence in Transport (9)

    0900 - 0920

    Actionable Incident Detection Alarming – Aggregating data sources in real time to improve Incident Detection performance
    (T)

    Fiona Swan
    Australia

    Mobility as a Service, People and Sustainability (4)

    0900 - 0920

    Design and implementation of a novel business model on the integration of MaaS and Consuming Service in China-A Case Study of Guangzhou
    (S)

    0920 - 0940

    Bulgarian distance based ETC project based on GNSS technology
    (T)

    Anto Komarica
    Australia
    0920 - 0940

    Geofencing for smart urban mobility
    (T)

    0920 - 0940

    Safety Assessment of Complex Urban Intersections Using Automated Video Analysis
    (T)

    0920 - 0940

    Evaluating the Performance of Shared bicycle-Transit Oriented Development: An Efficiency Perspective
    (S)

    Jungyeol Hong
    South Korea

    0940 - 1000

    Singapore road tolling experience
    (T)

    Grace Ong
    Singapore

    0940 - 1000

    An IOT systems approach for tackling congestion and delivering more resilient transport systems
    (T)

    Simon Latham
    Australia

    0940 - 1000

    Evaluation on Trip Cost of Shared Electric Scooter
    (S)

    Yu-Hsun Tsai
    Chinese Taipei

    1000 - 1020

    How Transurban are leaders in this space in terms of technology used, customer focus and approach
    (T)

    Luke Abercrombie
    Australia

    1000 - 1020

    Policy Based Network Optimisation and Operations
    (S)

    Larry Head
    United States

    1000 - 1020

    Road incident and traffic monitoring in low latency environment for intelligent decision making
    (T)

    John Worrall
    Australia

    1000 - 1020

    Perceived Cost of Shared and Private Electric Scooters by Users
    (S)

    Hou-Yu Chen
    Chinese Taipei

    1020 - 1030

    Q&A

    1020 - 1030

    Q&A

    1020 - 1030

    Q&A

    1020 - 1030

    Q&A

    1030 - 1100

    Morning Tea
    Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

    Mezzanine M3 & 4

    Mezzanine M2

    Plaza P1

    Plaza P2

    Plaza P3

    Plaza P4

    Plaza P5

    Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence in Transport (10)


    1110 - 1120

    Data Driven Optimisation of Sydney Bus Services
    (T)

    Michael Towke
    Australia

    SIS 25: Navigating The Ponds: Designing an On-Demand Mobility Service that Riders and Cities Love

    1100 - 1230

    Organiser: Dave Wall
    VIA
    Moderator: TBA
    Speakers:
    David Adelman
    VIA
    Will O’Neil
    Busways
    We will explore the nuances of launching an on-demand deployment and strategies for addressing challenges in branding, marketing, staff training, and building a customer-centric operation.

    Show MoreFurther, we will discuss the service’s performance, our plan for future enhancements, and how the on-demand service differs from traditional fixed-route operations.

    Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence in Transport (11)


    1110 - 1120

    Delivering the Next Generation of Traffic Management
    (C)

    Phil Allen
    New Zealand

    Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence in Transport (12)


    1110 - 1120

    Using artificial intelligence to improve traffic flow at intersections
    (C)

    Veronika Lauster
    Singapore

    Freight and Logistics (1)



    1110 - 1120

    dRAM–Digitalisation supports Railway Network Operation
    (T)

    Martin Novak
    Austria

    Policy, Standards and Harmonisation (3)


    1110 - 1120

    Doing More with Less: The Network Optimisation Framework
    (T)

    1120 - 1140

    Developing ITS Infrastructure Strategies At Scale
    (T)

    1120 - 1140

    Improving Transport Planning and Real-time Operations in Madrid, Spain using a Mobility Data-driven Approach
    (C)

    David Bolt
    Australia

    1120 - 1140

    Estimation of road closure risks along the Bruce highway using the AWRA-L water balance model
    (C)

    Julien Lerat
    Australia

    1120 - 1140

    Research on Robustness and Degree Distribution based on Dynamic Evolution of Urban Freight Network
    (S)

    1120 - 1140

    SSDI: A solution for a problem you didn’t know you had
    (T)

    Ari Edinburg
    Australia
    1140 - 1200

    A comparative analysis for data imputation methodologies for missing Bluetooth data: A case study on Brisbane road network
    (T)

    Nikhil Ahuja
    Australia
    1140 - 1200

    Automated Road Assessment and Defect Identification Trial
    (C)

    1140 - 1200

    Future trends on tunnel and highway management reflected on the North South Corridor in Singapore
    (C)

    Mustafa Toker
    Singapore
    1140 - 1200

    Heavy vehicle limits, permit requirements and ITS enforcement measures
    (T)

    1140 - 1200

    A visual approach to understanding organisational transformation implications of emerging technologies
    (T)

    Jason Venz
    Australia

    1200 - 1220

    Fusion of traffic sensors for enhanced road monitoring
    (T)

    Konstanty Bialkowski
    Australia

    1200 - 1220

    A smart use of data analytics to challenge misconceptions on mobility trends
    (C)

    1200 - 1220

    Not as the crow flies: Redefining school zones with travel time analytics
    (C)

    Suzie Chan
    Australia

    1200 - 1220

    Interconnected Tunnel Operation
    (T)

    Victor Shapilsky
    Australia

    1200 - 1220

    Guidelines for Automated Vehicles Trials – Learnings from Two Years of Use in Australia
    (T)

    Marcus Burke
    Australia
    1220 - 1230
    Q&A
    1220 - 1230
    Q&A
    1220 - 1230
    Q&A
    1220 - 1230
    Q&A
    1220 - 1230
    Q&A

    1230 - 1330

    Lunch
    Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

    Mezzanine M3 & 4

    Plenary Session 4

    1340 - 1510

    THEME: Intelligent Transport = Accessible Transport

    Show MoreThe pace of change is increasing exponentially, and as a result our environment and behaviour are changing just as fast: both as transport providers and customers. Advances in transport technology and planning, such as autonomous vehicles and Mobility as a Service (MaaS) are excellent examples of changes that, within five years will directly impact how our customers move throughout our network to access education, employment, recreation and vital social services. Those within the transport industry need to keep pace with this change to constantly meet the needs of all customers including those with accessibility challenges. How are we going about this?
    Moderator: Kevin Cocks, Department of Transport and Main Roads Australia
    Speakers:
    Donald Mackay, Department of Transport and Main Roads Australia
    Eckhard Kemmerer, Briometrix Australia
    Carol Schweigher Schweiger Consulting United States

    Mezzanine M3 & 4

    Closing Ceremony

    1510 - 1540
    Moderator: Dean Zabrieszach ITS Australia
    Speaker:
    Simon Barry Data61 Australia
    Susan Harris ITS Australia
    Shailen Bhatt ITS America
    Dean Zabrieszach ITS Australia

    1530 - 1600

    Afternoon Tea
    Exhibition, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

    Monday 25 May 2020

    ROOM

    Plaza P1

    1100 – 1230

    Transport Pricing, Tolling and Charging (1)

    Video tolling – An integrated approach
    (T)
    Silje Troseth
    Australia
    Detection Zones and Video Analytics For Tolling and Road User Charging
    (T)
    Jeff Dusting
    Australia
    Is tolling cloud-ready? Tolling backoffice as a service
    (C)
    Pablo Ruiz
    Australia
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    The Future of Tolling Roadside Systems – A Roadmap
    (T)
    Andreas Goldhorn
    Australia

    Connected and Automated Vehicles, Vehicle and Network Safety, Internet of Things in Transport
    Research on Optimized Method of Unsignalized Intersection Based on C-V2X
    Technical interactive presentation
    Hanlou Diao
    China

    Interpretable machine learning to evaluate safety in Autonomous Vehicles
    Future Leader interactive presentation
    Dhanoop Karunakaran
    Australia

    Demonstration of Double Happiness Island Intelligent Vehicle-Road Coordination and Auto-Driving Application
    Technical interactive presentation
    Qing Ye
    China

    Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence in Transport
    Enhancing Livability using Data Analytics based on Policy
    Technical interactive presentation
    Ronald Boénau
    United States

    Prototype of safety model for pedestrian in shared space
    (S)
    Zhangyijing Chen
    Japan

    Interactive Visualization Tool For Road Traffic Congestion and Corridor Performance using Bluetooth MAC Scanner Data
    Future Leader interactive presentation
    Praveen Gunda
    Australia

    Development and Evaluation of Simulation models for Dynamic On-Demand Ride-Sharing Systems
    Future Leader interactive presentation
    Sohani Liyanage
    Australia

    A Study of Incident Impact on Motorway Traffic Flow
    (S)
    Hoang Nguyen
    Australia

    Operational Scheduling with Business Modelling and Genetic Algorithms
    Commercial interactive presentation
    Boris Petukhov
    Australia

    Using machine learning to iteratively improve Deutsche Bahn’s condition monitoring solutions
    (S)
    Louis Saade
    United Kingdom

    Support Vector Machine and Long Short-term Memory Based Traffic Incidents Detection: Case Study of Seoul Expressway, Korea
    Technical interactive presentation
    Duy Tran Quang
    South Korea

    Previously unseen: Using mobile network data for transport planning to build dynamic urban environments
    (S)
    Angela Walters
    Australia

    Factors of Choosing Highway Buses for Trips
    (S)
    Wei Cie Wong
    Chinese Taipei

    Intelligent Transport = Accessible Transport
    Real-time Traffic Count With Speed Using Mobile Devices and Wi-Fi Technology for Road Traffic Monitoring System (RealRoTS)
    Future Leader interactive presentation
    Nuramin Fitri Aminuddin
    Malaysia

    Identification and Visualization of Spatio-temporal Congestion Hotspots using GTFS Data
    Future Leader interactive presentation
    Shubham Sharma
    Australia

    Mobility as a Service, People and Environmental Sustainability
    India’s One Nation One Card
    Technical interactive presentation
    Jayatheja Addanki
    India

    Real time emission monitoring solution improving cities air quality and mobility experience
    Technical interactive presentation
    Mickael Aubry
    China
    “Improve Transportation ITS Resilience in Liberian Coastal Project”
    (S)
    Edmond C Chang
    United States

    “Achieving Transportation Resilience in Liberian Coastal Project”
    (S)
    Edmond C Chang
    United States

    External Benefit Analysis of Urban Public Bicycle System in Chinese Taipei: A Case Study of Pingtung P-bike
    (S)
    Yu-Hung Lien
    Chinese Taipei

    Transport Pricing, Tolling and Charging
    Road Pricing Scheme for EV and GV Users with Environmental Awareness
    Future Leader interactive presentation
    Haoning Xi
    Australia