Connected, Automated and Shared Mobility

May 01
What does this mean for WA?


"New Mobility", the bundle of transport, technology and mobility changes that will become the bedrock of future transport systems, is already transforming the way we move around, live and interact with each other.

The hype behind some of the new technology-enabled mobility solutions makes difficult to understand what is real and what is not. It is also particularly challenging to take action in a local context when multiple complex technology advances are occurring at once. Regardless of these challenges, the transport ecosystem is evolving rapidly and the global trends need to be understood and considered locally to turn them into opportunities for our Community.

This presentation will introduce the key concepts and business models of New Mobility and will highlight key examples where New Mobility solutions are being trialled and implemented. Discussion on where Western Australia stands and ways forward for WA to leverage off these solutions for more efficiency and safety.

Continental breakfast included.

Members $35 | Non-members $45
CPD Points: 4 


Richard Delplace is an engineer in Intelligent Transport Systems, currently working for consulting firm WSP in Perth.
Since migrating to Australia in 2007 from his home country France, he has been acting in a number of technical leadership roles in public and private sector in the Australian ITS industry.

He has been involved in  the design, procurement and construction of Smart Freeway schemes (similar to the one soon to be implemented on the Kwinana Freeway) and the implementation of traffic signal and ITS control softwares. Richard has also been involved in the provision of strategy advisory services in the New Mobility space - tracking and assessing the latest technology trends towards connected, automated, electric and shared mobility.

Richard Delplace