Hitachi signs MoU with NSW Government

Hitachi signs MoU with NSW Government

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//November 19, 2018

According to Hitachi, the memorandum of understanding is aimed at illustrating its commitment to collaborate with the state on the Western Parkland City and Western Sydney Aerotropolis developments.

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Contract won to deliver Perth’s first smart freeway

Contract won to deliver Perth’s first smart freeway

Posted in Latest News, Project Report, Technology Update, Traffic Management and Safety//October 01, 2018

Main Roads Western Australia has awarded the tender to construct an extra northbound lane on Perth’s Kwinana Freeway using smart technology.

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Piecing together the parking puzzle

Piecing together the parking puzzle

Posted in Civil Works, Latest News, Up front//September 26, 2018

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.

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Smart tech to provide new insights into urban stormwater run-off

Smart tech to provide new insights into urban stormwater run-off

Posted in Civil Works, Environment, Latest News//May 14, 2018

A $1.66 million water monitoring project will use smart technologies to monitor the quality of water flowing through one of Cairns’ major urban catchments in a bid to help protect the Great Barrier Reef.

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VIC trial reveals long road ahead for autonomous vehicles

VIC trial reveals long road ahead for autonomous vehicles

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update, Traffic Management and Safety//May 04, 2018

The trial has identified challenges for vehicle manufacturers, infrastructure providers and regulators, but also quick wins that can be delivered.

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Launceston raises smart city potential with $3.5M project

Launceston raises smart city potential with $3.5M project

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//January 15, 2018

A collaborative project between state, federal and local government, the University of Tasmania and Telstra will introduce a range of connective technology to establish Launceston as one of Australia’s leading smart cities.

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