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

Michael Caltabiano

CEO
Australian Road Research Board
Opening Remarks

Gadigal Elder Allen Madden

Welcome to Country

0835 – 0900

The Hon. Andrew Constance MP

NSW Minister for Transport and Roads
Leader of the House
Official Opening

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

Consulting Gen Y – Our Next Generation of Drivers – 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

President
Advanced Mobility Group (AMG)
Presentation Topic: GoMentum Station Progress and latest achievements

Jackie Dujmovic

CEO
Hover UAV
Presentation Title: Drone Technologies – Highways in the sky

Dr Fengmin Gong

Head of DiDi Labs and Vice President of Security Strategy, DiDi Chuxing
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

Samatha Taylor

State Technical Leader Vic/Tas
Australian Road Research Board
Presentation Title:  Mobility 4.0 – Creating a Smart Living Lab Port Melbourne

Anne Still

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

Anthony Riemann

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

Siddartha Khastgir

Head of Verification & Validation, Intelligent Vehicles
WMG, University of Warwick, UK
Presentation Title: Trust in Selfdriving cars: From Absolute Safety to Informed Safety

1500 – 1530

Afternoon Tea

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

1530 – 1700

ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS

Ziqi Ma

UNSW
Toward Reliable Visual Object Detection for Autonomous Driving: Uncertainty Estimation and Checking in Convolutional Neural Networks

Michael Milford

Queensland University Of Technology
Futureproofing autonomous vehicle evaluations: a case study in infrastructure assessment

Catherine Leighton

The University Of Western Australia
Attitudes and Values towards Driverless Vehicles: “Pragmatists”, “Enthusiasts“, “Laggards”, and the “Disengaged”

Angus McKerral

The University of Newcastle
The cost of supervision: Attention and fatigue during automated driving

INSIGHTS TO CUSTOMER SERVICE SURVEYS & ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS

Doug Spencer-Roy

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

Nicholas Platt

Royal Automobile Club of Victoria
RACV Member Attitudes to Autonomous Vehicles

Cassandra Gauld

The University Of Newcastle
Exploring drivers’ beliefs regarding automated vehicles
both pre and post a simulated drive

Simone Pettigrew

Curtin University
Stakeholder views on priority areas for preparation for AVs

Dalia Leven

AECOM
Planning for Automated Vehicles in the District of Columbia

ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS

Amy Dunphy

Minter Ellison
Regulating the data driven challenges of connected and automated vehicles

Kristen Pammer

The University Of Newcastle
How vulnerable road users perceive self-drive vehicles

Amy Sawyer

Deloitte
Putting ethics in the driving seat

Brett Smith

University Of Western Australia
A Constructive Technology Assessment of the Adoption of Autonomous Vehicle Innovations in Australia & U.K

Henry Wu

JYW Consulting
AV Enabled Pricing Revolution

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

VOLVO

Presentation Topic: Industry Preparedness

Nicholas de Cremiers

Head of Marketing
Navya
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: The future of digital control

Mike Lenné

SVP, Fleet and Human Factors
Seeing Machines
Presentation Topic: Australians Leading Globally

Scott Howells

Executive
Baraja
Presentation Topic: Australians Leading Globally

Aryaman Pandav

Chief Engineer of M19-D Autonomous Vehicle
Monash Motorsport
Presentation Title: Formula Student Driverless – Preparing University Students to Tackle the Challenge of Autonomous Mobility

DIRECTIONS OF LAND BASED AUTOMATED VEHICLES PANEL

The Directions of Land Based Automated Vehicles the panel will consist of speakers from construction, mining, defence, agriculture and insurance sectors drawn from the ADVI Scientific Reference Group and Henri Coron  from Navya

Henri Coron

Chief Business Development Officer
Navya

Steve Cratchley

Pricing Manager – Asset and Advanced Technology
PI CI Australia and NZ

Stuart Partridge

National Asset Manager – Asphalt
Boral

John Wall

Program Manager Future Vehicles & Technology
Austroads

Jon Sciortino

Nova Mining Sector Lead Senior Systems Engineer
Nova Systems

Dr Andrew Lucas

Managing Director
AOS Group

SHOULD AV’S BE MANDATORY PANEL

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
Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE)
Presentation Topic: Shifting Gears: Preparing for  Transport Revolution

Tony Weber

CEO
FCAI
Presentation Topic: Keeping Consumers Informed on the Capability of Technology and the Limitations

Peter Colacino

Executive Director, Policy and Research
Infrastructure Australia
Presentation Title: Industry leaders who are charged with ushering Australia into the next generation of mobility

1500 – 1530

Afternoon Tea

Summit Exhibition, Boulevard Lounge, Level 4, ANZ Stadium

1530 – 1610

PLENARY SIX – AUTOMATED FREIGHT DELIVERING GOODS

Rita Excell

Executive Director
ADVI
Opening Marks / Moderator

Paul Alexander

Chief Technical Officer
Cohda Wireless

Stuart Partridge

National Asset Manager – Asphalt
Boral
Presentation Title: Road Construction – a platform for driverless vehicles

Chengqi Ouyang

CEO Assistant
TuSimple

1650 – 1700

Closing Remarks

***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

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Law Societies

For VIC – Click Here
For NSW – Click Here