by ITS Australia As the transport industry deals with the current COVID-19 pandemic, operations have changed dramatically. However, ITS...
Monash University has developed VRAV – an augmented on-road driving simulator for autonomous vehicles using virtual reality, offering a...
by Lauren Butler, journalist, Infrastructure magazine With new urban challenges constantly emerging, cities, suburbs and towns face the ongoing...
Australia’s rapidly increasing population is creating a huge demand for new and upgraded underground utilities, such as water and...
Roads and motorways are an integral part of Australian infrastructure, and without proper management, congestion, accidents and road closures...
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Does it comply? Why independent product testing matters May 26, 2022
To give the construction industry total confidence in its product performance, F...
ABB recycles spare energy in Melbourne’s rail network May 5, 2022
ABB has harnessed the latest technology to give Melbourne passengers a smoother,...
Pathways to achieving net zero April 22, 2022
As Australian state and territory governments mobilise to achieve net zero carbo...
Planning for Reduced Emissions from Road Construction April 19, 2022
By Diana Kightlinger, Built To determine how to lessen the climate impact in the...
Transform the way you work with digital switchgear March 30, 2022
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As part of the DuluxGroup, Fosroc ANZ will not state that its products comply with a particular standard unless it has had independent testing.
The Queensland Government is installing 24 new electric vehicle (EV) charging stations as part of the next phase of the Queensland Electric Super Highway.
A new station entrance and pedestrian concourse in Sydenham Station will be open to the public in June, as part of the Sydney Metro City & Southwest project.
Critical Infrastructure: Digitisation Series brought together industry leaders from around the country to share perspectives on the digital future of Australia’s infrastructure.
By creating a virtual reproduction of our physical environment, digital twins have proven to be immeasurably useful to Australia’s infrastructure industry. What if these datasets could be merged into a single, more powerful, adaptive model?
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