The future of ITS in NZ

ITS New Zealand, the NZ Transport Agency and the Transport Knowledge Hub are launching two research reports on the future data, skills and training requirements to support future intelligent transport systems (ITS) in New Zealand.
Posted on 15 May, 2018
The future of ITS in NZ

The presentation will also be followed by a panel discussion on the topic "Where to next – a private sector and government sector perspective."

Time and date: 2.30pm - 6.00pm, Wednesday 30th May 2018
Venue: AREA, Boulcott Suites North Tower, 1 O’Reilly Avenue, Wellington

The first report, “Data opportunities for intelligent mobility," will be presented by Chris Bowie from WSP Opus. This report presents research undertaken in 2017 and the key findings and recommendations following a focused assessment of current and future opportunities for data-driven intelligent mobility in New Zealand. The research looked at the future intelligent mobility trends expected in New Zealand and the data required to support this.

The second report, “Technology-related transport skill requirements and availability,” will be presented by Julian Williams and Dr Doug Wilson. This report presents an assessment of likely skills gaps and training needs by 2035 for New Zealand, due to the use and implementation of intelligent transport systems (ITS) in land transport. The assessment is based on research conducted in 2017 to identify likely ITS technology scenarios for New Zealand and the associated industries, as well as the skills and occupations required to support their implementation.

To register, click here or email by Tuesday 29 May 2018.