ADVI SUMMIT 2021
18-19 October - Two half days
TBC - Technical Field Day – Future Mobility Testing Centre at Cudal
DRIVERLESS TECHNOLOGY FOR A SAFER FUTURE
The 2021 ADVI Summit will now be live for a worldwide audience to take part.
The ADVI Summit will be taking place virtually over two half-days on 18 and 19 October 2021, so there’s no excuse for not being part of Australia’s only dedicated driverless vehicle summit.
Hear from national and international driverless vehicle experts working in Defence, Mining, Research, Human Factors and Regulation. If you want to connect with other people working in the sector, or just want to find out from those that are, the ADVI Summit is an event not to be missed.
Later in 2022 we will be hosting an event which will take place in regional NSW at the Future Mobility Testing Centre at Cudal. Experience demonstrations from the ANCAP test program, including Automated Emergency Braking (AEB), Lane Support Systems (LSS) and other static demonstrations.
ADVI, in conjunction with our lead Government partner Transport for NSW and host organisation ARRB – the National Transport Research Organisation – looks forward to welcoming you to this must-attend event.
ADVI acknowledges our major sponsors: Volvo Car Australia, NSW Government, and the Commonwealth Government of Australia.
Be part of the 2021 ADVI Summit online. Now, there’s no excuse not to be there.
ADVI is supporting future mobility use cases identified as priorities for Australia and New Zealand
ADVI is the voice for Australia and New Zealand on driverless vehicles and their safe introduction
ADVI supports government and industry to facilitate, advocate, and showcase Australian and New Zealand activity in the driverless vehicle space
We are at the forefront of important research support activities for Australia and New Zealand’s mobility future
In 2019 the theme of Forging the Future, the 4th International Driverless Vehicle Summit (IDVS4) brought together leading minds from across the nation and around the globe to showcase
best-practice and unpack what needed to be done for Australia to transition from a focus on testing to widespread commercialisation of this exciting technology.
Below are some images from our 2019 4th International Driverless Vehicle Summit in at the Sydney Olympic Park.