The first podcast by Smart Highways Editor Paul Hutton from the ITS World Congress is now online, and is deliberately produced to be of interest to people unable to make it to Melbourne, as well as congress attendees.
In this, the first of four podcasts from Australia this week, Paul brings varied content, beginning with some highlights from the opening ceremony. We then hear about the demonstrations at the Australian Grand Prix circuit and location of the demonstrations at this years’s event, Albert Park, with the man who led planning for the demos and exhibition, Chris Koniditsiotis who is CEO of Transport Certification Australia.
Mott MacDonald’s Ian Cornwell, talks about a paper he wrote about Predictive Dynamic Distributed Network Management which is being presented on Tuesday at the conference, while Scott Silence from Xerox discusses delivering Mobility as a Service in 2016. We also head to the demo zone at Albert Park to hear how Victoria Police here in Australia are embracing technology to improve road safety, and there’s a reminder about the congress app.
In the programme, Paul promises a longer version of the interview with Ian Cornwell, and it is available here: