Artificial Intelligence to manage Australian road infrastructure

Artificial Intelligence to manage Australian road infrastructure

Posted in Latest News//June 20, 2019

Geospatial scientists at RMIT University have developed a new program to monitor street signs needing replacement or repair.

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Custom built for the industry

Custom built for the industry

Posted in Latest News, Special Features//June 04, 2019

Australian Asphalt Pavement Association provides details of its new partnership with LTT Group to scope and customise the MSL40118 Certificate IV in Laboratory Techniques.

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Deakin expert outlines new approach to smarter vehicle use

Deakin expert outlines new approach to smarter vehicle use

Posted in Latest News//May 06, 2019

Deakin School of Engineering Professor Bernard Rolfe has highlighted Australia's need to take a more considered approach to vehicle use and design practices after his team was awarded a grant under the Federal Automotive Engineering Graduate Program in

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Research grants awarded to modernise automotive industry

Research grants awarded to modernise automotive industry

Posted in Latest News//April 23, 2019

Three research projects at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) have been awarded grants totalling over $780,000 to modernise the Australian automotive

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Federal government announces national freight plan

Federal government announces national freight plan

Posted in Latest News//April 10, 2019

The federal government has announced the details of its plan to improve the efficiency of freight transport networks throughout Australia.

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How do Australian roads stack up?

How do Australian roads stack up?

Posted in Asphalt Review, Latest News//April 05, 2019

With the final report of Austroads’ long-term pavement performance study released in January, Roads & Infrastructure Magazine finds out what the 24-year research project can tell us about the condition of our road networks.

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