During the event, he shared insights into automated vehicles and the work being done to redesign the concept of the car and the impact automated vehicles will have on how we travel.
During the presentation, Richard shared a timeline of automated cars to 2030 and the testing and infrastructure required to support them. He included an update on the Australian perspective on automation, and detailed scenario planning for future transport planning.
Drawing on more than 18 years of experience working in technology projects in urban transit, public transport, road, and tunnel environments, Richard discussed how automated vehicles will challenge the way we design, build, operate and maintain roads in the future.
Richard says, “Autonomous vehicles will change the way we design and build roads so it’s important for anyone working in road construction to be kept informed on this topic.”
The event was hosted by Squire Patton Boggs with a presentation given by Margie Tannock on the legal framework and public policy considerations around automated vehicles.
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