Day 1

31st October

Day 2

1st November

Day 3

2nd November

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Day 1 | 31st October

0815 – 1300

Technical Tour

Delegates to visit existing deployment sites around Adelaide funded by the SA Governments Future Mobility Lab.

1600 – 1700

Registration Opens

1700 – 1900

Opening Night Connections

Exhibition Hall (Halls F & G)
Adelaide Convention Centre

Connect with IDVS delegates in the exhibition hall before the first day of the technical program commences. It is a chance to socialize and network whilst enjoying premium food and wine selections from South Australia.

Day 2 | 1st November

0730 – 1700

Registration Opens

0830 – 1030


Opening Ceremony
Room: Hall C

Major Moogy Sumner
Welcome to Country

Michael Caltabiano

Hon Stephan Knoll
Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Local Government

Australia and New Zealand AV Champions

Hugh Durrant – Whyte
NSW Chief Scientist

Anne Still

Martin McMullan
NZ Transport Agency

Brian Haratsis

1030 – 1100

Morning Tea – Exhibition Hall

1100 – 1230


State Of The Nation
Room: Hall C

Clare Gardiner-Barnes
Transport for NSW

Miranda Blogg
Transport and Main Roads

Marcus Burke

Kiersten Fishburn
Liverpool City Council

Jeremy Conway

1230 – 1330

Lunch – Exhibition Hall

1330 – 1500


Spotlight on Australian Industries
Room: Hall C

Hugh Palmer
SAGE Automation

Paul Gray
Cohda Wireless

Simon Pearce and Christian Reynolds
EasyMile & Transit Australia Group

Cecilia Warren

1500 – 1530

Afternoon Tea – Exhibition Hall

1530 – 1700

Australian Expert Influencer’s and Futurist Thinkers PART 1
Each presentation runs for approx 15 minutes
Room: Hall C

The Implications of Autonomous Vehicles for an Ageing Population
Simone Pettigrew
Curtin University

Use of machine learning for other aspects of AV operation
Anton van de Hengel
University of Adelaide

Driver attention during partially automated driving
Mike Lenne
Seeing Machines

Pedestrian meets driverless vehicle – Negotiations in traffic
Stephan Winter
University of Melbourne

Fairness, transparency and accountability of deep learning algorithms for CAV
Andry Rakotonirainy

AV Integration: Legal and Management
Sponsored By: King & Wood Mallesons
Each presentation runs for approx 15 minutes
Room: E1

Autonomous Vehicles: Ethics and Accountability
Cheng Lim
King & Wood Mallesons

Integration Barriers – Importation and Legislative Framework
Dickson Leow

Implications for Licensing and Registration from Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)
Ron Shanks

Opportunities and Challenges in Monetising Car Data
Antonio Piscitelli
Investintech Pty Ltd

Management of Autonomous Vehicles in SA
Joanne Murray

Smart City and Regional Planning
Each presentation runs for approx 15 minutes
Room: E2

Automated heavy vehicle in remote areas
Dr Ronny Kutadinata

Future connectivity enablers for Digital and Automated Mobility in Cities – 5G and Cellular V2X – an update on the roadmap and an outlook towards 2030.
Jamie Smith

Autonomous and zero emission vehicles: planning for all users
Daniel Osborne

1800 – 2200

ADVI Cocktail Event
Sponsored by: Local Motors

Venue: 2KW
2 King William Street, Adelaide
Time: 6pm – 10pm
Dress: Lounge Suit/Cocktail

Day 3 | 2nd November

0730 – 1700

Registration Opens

0845 – 1030


International Deployment
Sponsored By: Department for Trade, Tourism and Investment
Room: Hall C

Roland Pittar
Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Michael Molitor

Mobility for Everyone
David Keene
RDM Group UK

Singapore’s Roadmap for Autonomous Vehicle Deployment
Patrick Poh
Land Transport Authority, Singapore

Matthew Rivett
Local Motors

1030 – 1100

Morning Tea – Exhibition Hall

1100 – 1230

Australian Expert Influencer’s and Futurist Thinkers PART 2
Each presentation runs for approx 15 minutes
Room: Hall C

Lessons learnt from the FLEX trial
Rocco Zito
Flinders University

A network ménage à trois: communications, smart grid and transportation
Glenn Geers

Progress in developing a self-drive logistics capability for airport operations
Andrew Lucas
AOS Group

Reasonableness, Foreseeability and Driverless Cars: What’s our community’s appetite for risk? 
Tania Leiman
Flinders University

Lessons Learned from AV trials
Each presentation runs for approx 15 minutes
Room: E1

Insights into deployment of CAVs’
Samantha Taylor

La Trobe Autonobus Pilot Project
Sue Wiblin
Keolis Downer

Safety Management Systems for AV Deployment
Dr. Ronny Kutadinata

Driverless Vehicle Simulation and Environment Simulation Technology
Syam Sunder
MSC Software

Insurance and Liability
Panel Discussion
Room: E2

Cecilia Warren

Chris Coughlan
Munich RE

Jake Krausmann

Sorana Dinmore

1230 – 1330

Lunch – Exhibition Hall

1330 – 1500

Technology and Transport: Accessibility for the Disabled and the Ageing
Panel Discussion
Room: Hall C

David Militz
Carers SA

Roger Van Der Lee

Jane Mussared

Damian Hewitt
SAGE Automation Representative

Cassie Hames
RSB Representative

Jared Lloyd
MINDA Representative

Technology Horizon and What’s Installed for Australia
Room: E1

Greg Bosnich
Volvo Australia

Anthony Reimann
General Motors

Henri Coron

Jeff Shafer

Social Acceptance of AV
Each presentation runs for approx 15 minutes
Room: E2

To buy or not to buy? Willingness to pay for automated vehicles in Australia and New Zealand
Mitchell Cunningham
University of NSW

Social Acceptance of AVs
Mark Borlace

RAC AV Program: Community Perceptions Monitor
Sarah Macaulay

“Who’s gonna drive you home tonight?” How autonomous vehicles will inspire new lyrics.
Glen Winkler
Ignition Source

EastLink’s Annual Victorian Self-Driving Car Survey (2018 Results)
Doug Spencer-Roy
East Link

1500 – 1530

Afternoon Tea – Exhibition Hall

1530 – 1700


Barriers to Introduction and How to Address Them
Room: Hall C

Infrastructure for Automated Vehicles – Evidence from Victoria
Dr. Allison Stewart
Infrastructure Victoria

Autonomous and Zero Emission Vehicles: Planning For All Users
Daniel Abbas


1710 – 1720

Closing Ceremony

***Please note that the IDVS 3 program is subject to change***