ADVI's 4th International Driverless Vehicle Summit

8:30am Sunday, 27 October 2019
5:30pm Tuesday, 29 October 2019
Executive Programs
ANZ Stadium
Edwin Flack Ave
Sydney Olympic Park, New South Wales 2127

ADVI's 4th International Driverless Vehicle Summit 

With the theme of Forging the Future, the 4th International Driverless Vehicle Summit (IDVS4) brings together leading minds from across the nation and around the globe to showcase best-practice and unpack what needs to be done for Australia to transition from a focus on testing to widespread commercialisation of this exciting technology.


The Hon. Andrew Constance MP, Minister for Transport and Roads, Leader of the House to attend the conference

Exclusive Demo

We are proud to have Navya participate at the ADVI Summit on the 27 – 29th October. Book here to experience an exclusive demo on one of Navya’s three shuttles operating around Sydney’s Olympic Park during the Summit.

Henri Coron is responsible for NAVYA’s vehicle sales worldwide, currently positioned to establish NAVYA as a dominant player in the North American, Oceanian and Asian market. Have a peak at Henri’s interview below.

NAVYA has had a great impact on the safe and successful introduction of driverless vehicles into Australia and New Zealand with various test beds currently running. We are looking forward to Navya’s exciting demonstrations, speakers and participation in panel discussions. NAVYA’s investment in IDVS4, displays its commitment to Australia, and the development of Autonomous technologies within Australia.

Local Government Focus

This year’s theme of “Forging the Future Today”, will focus on the entire ecosystem driving the development and rollout of future technology and transform the way people live and work in cities and communities both large and small, regional and metropolitan.

Regional Australia will play an essential role in the rollout of future transportation technology particularly in its ability to make transportation, safer, more accessible, and more efficient. Automated road vehicles will deliver other benefits such as, more liveable town and city environments and better access to transport services for those unable to drive. Autonomous vehicles present more diverse opportunities to rural communities: Local businesses could take advantage of future models, and local governments can offer real benefits to rural populations in terms of their mobility. Self-driving buses could run on major routes, linking transportation hubs, hospitals, shopping malls, local government offices and residential areas. Autonomous pods or self-driving taxis will provide last-mile services to users’ doorsteps.

As part of a renewed focus on issues affecting regional areas of Australia, this year’s summit will include an expert panel which will directly address issues such as regional preparedness of driverless technology, smart infrastructure connecting rural areas with metropolitan centres, service delivery, how existing autonomous technology is making a difference in regional communities, and much more. The assembled panel will directly challenge the notion that driverless transportation technology is of no significance to non-metropolitan areas, while also acknowledging the challenges that have delayed its rollout.

ASCI is a proud coolaboration partner of ADVI which allows for ASCI members to select the Registration fee for ADVI Partners, save $200. Registration is here.


Contact Information

Australia & New Zealand Driverless
Vehicle Initiative

Level 2 36 - 42 Chippen Street 
Chippendale, Sydney 2008 NSW 

T: +61 2 9282 4444
M: +61 404 049 760 

Additional Information

ASCI is a proud coolaboration partner of ADVI which allows for ASCI members to select the Registration fee for ADVI Partners, save $200. Registration is here.