Australasian Road Safety Conference

Thank you to our generous ARSC2018 sponsors and exhibitors to date:

We are delighted to confirm the following organisations as early conference sponsors, exhibitors and supporters:

 

  Platinum sponsor:
 

 


 

 
About Transport for NSW:

Transport for NSW leads the development of safe, integrated and efficient transport systems for the people of NSW. Our customers are at the centre of everything that we do, including transport planning, strategy, policy, procurement and other non-service delivery functions across all modes of transport – roads, rail, ferries, light rail and point to point.

We work hand-in-hand with our operating agencies, private operators and industry partners to deliver customer-focused services and projects – we’re making NSW a better place to live, work and visit.

(www.transport.nsw.gov.au)

 

  Dinner Sponsor & Conference Award Sponsor:
About Transurban:

We manage and develop urban toll road networks in Australia and the United States of America.  We are a Top 20 company on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) and have been in business since 1996.

At the heart of our business strategy is the desire to be a partner of choice for our government clients and an organisation that meets the needs of our customers. To do this, we aim to provide effective transportation solutions to support the growth and wellbeing of our cities.

We do this through the ongoing management of our existing road networks, our active involvement in the transport policy debate, and by applying our unique skills to the infrastructure challenges in our markets.

We have 13 roads in our Australian portfolio. In the US, we have two roads in the state of Virginia, both in the Washington DC area.

(Web link)

Conference App Sponsor:
              Austroads founding partner logo About Austroads:  

Austroads is the association of Australasian road transport and traffic agencies. Austroads’ purpose is to improve Australian and New Zealand transport outcomes by:

  • providing expert technical input to national road and transport policy development
  • improving the practices and capability of road agencies
  • promoting operational consistency by road agencies.

Austroads members are collectively responsible for the management of over 900,000 kilometres of roads valued at more than $200 billion representing the single largest community asset in Australia and New Zealand. Each year in excess of $18 billion is spent on roads across Australia and New Zealand.

(www.austroads.com.au)

  3M-ACRS Award sponsor:
About 3M:

3M is fundamentally a science-based company. We produce thousands of imaginative products, and we’re a leader in scores of markets – from health care and highway safety to office products and abrasives and adhesives. Our success begins with our ability to apply our technologies – often in combination – to an endless array of real-world customer needs. Of course, all of this is made possible by the people of 3M and their singular commitment to make life easier and better for people around the world.

(Web link)

  Lanyard & Namebadge Sponsor:
About MUARC:

The Monash University Accident Research Centre is one of the world’s most comprehensive injury prevention research centres. It is unique in being grounded in scientific and academic excellence, while producing research which has real-life implications that are often translated into policy.

At MUARC, we focus on both the prevention of injury as well as the treatment and recovery from injury (injury outcomes, acute care). Our record in translating public health research into real world outcomes that benefit all Australians is one of which we are very proud.

(Web link)

  Exhibitors:
About SydneyDPS:

We offer a full design and print service, from concept to completion making sure that you are kept informed each step of the way.

When it comes to marketing your company, event or image, promotional products and branded clothing are excellent tools for creating a lasting impression.

In collaboration with suppliers offshore we are able to remain competitive in an ever-demanding environment.

(Web link)

About MetroCount:

We’re committed to producing the best technology for monitoring the movement of vehicles, bikes and people.

From robust hardware to the all-powerful traffic analysis software, our products exceed expectations.

We take pride in offering tailored solutions and exceptional support to clients across the world. Our in-house data specialists will help you accomplish your traffic analysis goals.

We’ll assist you with selecting the right monitoring system and the optimal site location. We’ll make sure your counter is properly installed for counting cars, bikes or pedestrians with the highest accuracy.

We make sure that our clients are happy, satisfied and data savvy. With offices across the world, we’re ready to assist you 24/7.

(Web link)

About CARRS-Q:

CARRS-Q is one of the leading centres in the world dedicated to research, education and outreach activities in road safety and injury prevention, and is a vital player in the international pursuit of reducing road fatalities and injuries.

  • Multidisciplinary team of over 80 research professionals
  • Investigates human factor influences on future vehicle automation, sustainable transport and driver impairment
  • Strong background in regulation and enforcement, work-related safety, vulnerable road user safety and evaluation of road safety public education programs
  • Develops ITS technology to improve driver safety
  • Conducts interdisciplinary collaboration with members and affiliated researchers from a range of disciplines including psychology, ITS and public policy
  • Outstanding record in research collaborations with industry and government

(Web link)

  About Forum8:

Forum8 (www.forum8.com) is an international company providing 3D virtual reality software and driving simulators that are used in human factors research and clinical rehabilitation, as well as in engineering studies, emergency simulation, urban planning and driver training and assessment.

Road safety researchers in every state of Australia are using our software and simulators due to their flexibility and ease-of-use. The real-time software includes research tools such as scenario/event generation, logging and video recording.

Our driving simulators range from gaming-type desk-top units to complex 8DOF motion platform-based systems. Bicycle and walking simulators are also available. Virtual Reality headsets from Oculus and HTC Vive are also supported.

(Web link)

Workplace Safety Award Sponsor:
About the National Road Safety Partnership Program (NRSPP/ARRB):

The National Road Safety Partnership Program (NRSPP) offers a collaborative network to support Australian businesses in developing a positive road safety culture. It’s about saving lives without the red tape.

Partners within the NRSPP recognise road safety not as a competitive advantage but as a sharedadvantage. Collaboration will not only increase productivity but save lives.

On this website, you will find the tools, evidence, networks and support that will empower you in not only improving road safety in your workplace, but outside of your workplace too.

From senior management to workers, a positive road safety culture is everyone’s responsibility.

(Web link)

Supporters:
                 
UNSW TARS
About TARS at the University of New South Wales:  

Transport and Road Safety (TARS) Research is an independent world-class research group at UNSW Australia dedicated to conducting cutting-edge research underpinned by strong comprehensive scientific evidence, on issues relating to transport and road safety. We are the only research group in NSW dedicated to road and transport safety research. Our researchers have strong backgrounds in translational research, with many involved in the development of policy and practice as a result of their research.

TARS Research is structured around the essential disciplines needed for an effective transport and road safety research centre: safety policy and systems, psychology, human factors, engineering and crashworthiness, information technology systems, biomechanics, biostatistics, epidemiology, and social sciences. We bring together a multi-disciplinary team of nationally and internationally experienced researchers with excellent track records in road and transport safety research. We take a safe system-based approach to road and transport safety issues, acknowledging that safety in transport settings has a broad scope including public safety, work-related safety, and economic and social influences.

(www.tars.unsw.edu.au)

About Highway Engineering Australia (HEA) Magazine:

Highway Engineering Australia (HEA) magazine has been delivering high quality, informative and relevant content covering all apsects of road and transport infrastructure planning, construction, management and maintenance from across Australia and around the world since 1968.

(Web link)

About Roads & Infrastructure Magazine:

Roads & Infrastructure Australia is the country’s leading specialist road management, construction and infrastructure magazine.

The magazine is distributed to over 5500 key decision makers in the $100 billion + roads and infrastructure industry, as a central tool used in making purchasing decisions.

Roads & Infrastructure Australia magazine is a leading resource within the Roads, Infrastructure and Civil Engineering professions in local and state government sectors, as well as consultants and contractors within the private sector. These industry professionals play a key role in many areas, including road construction, road safety, asset management, water and stormwater, parks and gardens.

The magazine is also read by Civil Engineers and Infrastructure Specialists across Australia, who are involved in decisions about plant hire, workplace safety, streetscapes, lighting, road maintenance and wastewater.

(Web link)

About Safety:

Safety (ISSN 2313-576X) is a cross-disciplinary, scholarly, open access journal of industrial and human health safety. It publishes reviews, regular research papers, communications and short notes. Case reports are also welcome.

Our aim is to encourage:

  • scientists, engineers, researchers, and practitioners to publish their experimental, and theoretical, and applied research relating to public and industrial science and technology, in order to promote improve human health and safety;
  • presentation of scientifically based evaluations of injury prevention and health related countermeasures and their design and implementation;
  • publication of evidence based effective policy making in safety and their implementation strategy and evaluation;
  • research papers in injury prevention and human health related to security, violence and emergency response

(Web link)

  Founding Partners:
              Austroads founding partner logo About Austroads:  

Austroads is the association of Australasian road transport and traffic agencies. Austroads’ purpose is to improve Australian and New Zealand transport outcomes by:

  • providing expert technical input to national road and transport policy development
  • improving the practices and capability of road agencies
  • promoting operational consistency by road agencies.

Austroads members are collectively responsible for the management of over 900,000 kilometres of roads valued at more than $200 billion representing the single largest community asset in Australia and New Zealand. Each year in excess of $18 billion is spent on roads across Australia and New Zealand.

(www.austroads.com.au)

               ACRS logo white border About ACRS:  

The Australasian College of Road Safety (ACRS) is the region’s peak membership association for road safety professionals, advocates, and members of the public who are focused on saving lives and serious injuries on our roads.The College provides a rich, collaborative environment promoting communication, networking, professionalism & advocacy across all spheres of road safety – including policy, advocacy, research, policing, education, application & dissemination.ACRS membership includes experts from across all areas of road safety: policy makers, academics, community organisations, enforcement agencies, emergency responders, researchers, federal, state and local government agencies, private companies and members of the public – to name just a few.We warmly invite all those interested in saving lives and serious injuries on our roads to be a part of our organisation.

(www.acrs.org.au)