Day 1

27th October

Day 2

28th October

Day 3

29th October

Day 1 | Sunday 27th October

1700 – 1800

Registration Opens (Boulevard Lounge, Level 4, ANZ Stadium)

1800 – 2000

Opening Night Connections

Summit Exhibition, Boulevard Lounge, ANZ Stadium

Connect with IDVS delegates before the first day of the technical program commences. It is a chance to socialise and network whilst enjoying premium food and wine selections before 2 days of Forging the Future.

Day 2 | Monday 28th October

0730 – 1700

Registration Opens (Boulevard Lounge, Level 4, ANZ Stadium)

0830 – 0900

Summit Opening

0830 – 0835

Welcome to Country

0835 – 0900

Michael Caltabiano

CEO, Australian Road Research Board
Official Welcome

The Hon. Michael McCormack MP

Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development
Leader of The Nationals
Federal Minister of Riverina
Official Opening Address

0930 – 1030

PLENARY ONE – NEW SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY

Tom Alkim

Policy Officer Connected & Automated Driving
European Commission
Presentation Topic: Global Trends in Research into Automated Vehicles

Transport for New South Wales

Presentation Topic:  Designing Trends for the Customer Experience

Randell Iwasaki

Executive Director
Contra Costa Transportation Authority
Presentation Topic: Implementing Innovate 680 – Managing the First Connected Corridor for the Future

Australia and New Zealand Driverless Vehicle Initiative

Gen Z Insights to the Mobility Future – ADVI Survey Results

1030 – 1100

Morning Tea

Summit Exhibition, Boulevard Lounge, Level 4, ANZ Stadium

1100 – 1230

PLENARY TWO – MAPPING A SAFE JOURNEY

Niels de Boer

Program Director
CETRAN
Presentation Topic: Testing and Certification

Habib Shamskhou

CEO
Advanced Mobility Group AMG
Presentation Topic: GoMentum Station Progress and latest achievements

Dickson Leow

Chief Technology Leader, Future Transport Technology
Australian Road Research Board
Presentation Topic: Developing National Certification Procedures

Zheng Bu

Vice President of International Business Technology  & Chief Security Officer
DiDi
Presentation Topic: Security and Safety Technology

1230 – 1330

Lunch

Summit Exhibition, Boulevard Lounge, Level 4, ANZ Stadium

1330 – 1500

PLENARY THREE – MOBILITY 4.0 – THE CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE

Samantha Taylor

State Technical Leader VIC/TAS
Australian Road Research Board
Presentation Topic: Creating a Smart Living Lab in Port Melbourne

Anne Still

General Manager, Public Policy and Mobility
RAC Western Australia
Presentation Topic: The Longest Running on Road Trial

Anthony Reimann

Director of Urban Mobility
General Motors International
Presentation Topic: MAVEN Car Sharing

Invited Speaker to be confirmed

1500 – 1530

Afternoon Tea

Summit Exhibition (Boulevard Lounge, Level 4, ANZ Stadium)

1530 – 1700

ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS

Program and Speakers to be announced 

ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS

Program and Speakers to be announced 

ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS

Program and Speakers to be announced 

1800 – 2200

Official ADVI Cocktail Cruise Event

Venue:  Captain Cook III
Time:  6pm Sharp  -Departing Sydney Olympic Park Wharf
Returning back at 10pm
Dress: Lounge Suit/Cocktail

Day 3 | Tuesday 29th October

0730 – 1700

Registration Opens (Boulevard Lounge, Level 4, ANZ Stadium)

0900 – 1030

PLENARY FOUR – INDUSTRY PREPAREDNESS

BP Castrol

Presentation Topic: BP’s Advanced Mobility Strategy

VOLVO

Presentation Topic: Industry Preparedness

Stuart Partridge

National Asset Manager – Asphalt
Boral Limited
Presentation Topic: Industry Preparedness

1030 – 1100

Morning Tea

Summit Exhibition, Boulevard Lounge, Level 4, ANZ Stadium

1100 – 1230

AUSTRALIANS LEADING GLOBALLY

Julian Broadbent

CEO
AEV Robotics
Presentation Topic: Australians Leading Globally

Mike Lenné

Chief Operating Officer, Human Factors
Seeing Machines
Presentation Topic: Australians Leading Globally

Invited Speakers to be announced 

FIRST AND LAST MOBILITY SOLUTIONS

Invited Speakers to be announced 

1230 – 1330

Lunch

Summit Exhibition, Boulevard Lounge, Level 4, ANZ Stadium

1330 – 1500

PLENARY FIVE – DRIVING REGULATORY REFORM

Matt Wenham

Executive Director, Policy
APPLIED
Presentation Topic: Shifting Gears: Preparing for  Transport Revolution, followed by a Panel Discussion with the Report Co-Chairs

Invited Speaker to be confirmed

1500 – 1530

Afternoon Tea

Summit Exhibition, Boulevard Lounge, Level 4, ANZ Stadium

1530 – 1610

PLENARY SIX – WHAT THE DATA IS TELLING US

Mitchell Cunningham

Senior Professional Scientist, Safe Systems and Human Factors
Australian Road Research Board
Presentation Topic: Results from the 3rd ADVI Public Opinion Survey

Doug Spencer-Roy

Corporate Affairs & Marketing Manager
EastLink
Presentation Topic: EastLink’s 2019 Annual Victorian Self-Driving Car Survey

1610 – 1630

1630 – 1700

Closing Remarks

Exhibition Visit

***Please note that the IDVS 4 program is subject to change***

Continuing Professional Development

Attendance at the IDVS4 could be accredited towards your Continuing Professional Development requirements.  Depending on your profession and CPD accreditation system, attendance at the Summit could contribute up to 13 hours to your Continuing Professional Development Program.  Engineers Australia, CPA and some State Law Societies all have self-assessed CPD point programs. Attendance at IDVS4 is inline with a CPD activity, delegates will be provided with a Certificate of Attendance following the Summit as a record of their attendance.

Further details on CPD Points for the above associations is below

Engineers Australia

Click Here

CPA

Click Here

Law Societies

For VIC – Click Here
For NSW – Click Here