A major remote sensor network is now live in metropolitan Adelaide, as part of the Federal and local government-funded Connected Cities project.
Researchers at Queensland’s University of Technology are taking artificial intelligence technology on the road to prepare Australia for an autonomous future.
Up to 300 Queensland pedestrian crossings will be fitted with smart technology as part of a $3 million investment by the state government.
Liverpool City Council is using smart sensor technology to gain a greater understanding of pedestrian and traffic movements within its CBD to help inform its planning decisions as the Sydney suburb grows.
Parking is a vital piece of public infrastructure, but is it being managed properly? Roads & Infrastructure Magazine speaks to Elizabeth Taylor from RMIT, who reveals some ways Australian parking infrastructure can perform better.
In order to reduce traffic on the Central Coast, works have begun to instal 450 ‘smart parking’ sensors.