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ITS Australia Summit 2024

Abstract Submission - Open

You are invited to submit an abstract to apply for an oral presentation spot at the Summit.

Abstract Submission Categories

  • Accessible and Inclusive Transport
  • Active Transport
  • Automated Transport
  • Case Studies and Research
  • Communication Networks
  • Connected and Cooperative Transport
  • Customer Experience
  • Data: for Mobility
  • Data: for Planning
  • Data: Sharing and Analytics
  • Data: Sharing and Governance
  • Data: Trusted Secure
  • Drones and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
  • Freight Services
  • Government Frameworks and Strategies
  • Low and Zero Emission Transport
  • Major Events
  • Mobility Case Studies
  • Mobility Data
  • Mobility on Demand / MaaS
  • Parking and Curb Side Management
  • Paying for our Transport Future
  • Planning and Network Management
  • Regional and Remote Communities Transport Innovation
  • Resilience 
  • Roadworks and Traffic Management
  • Sensors, IoT and Real-Time Data
  • Smart Infrastructure
  • Smart Ticketing and Seamless Payments
  • Spatial and Positioning for Transport
  • Sustainable Transport
  • Sustainable, Ethical Procurement
  • Test, Trials, and Pilots
  • Transport Safety
  • Workforce Development and Expansion

Key Dates

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Abstract submission closes 22 March 2024
Abstract Reviews April 2024
Submitter notifications emailed May 2024
Speaker registration deadline 31 May 2024
Preliminary program published June 2024

Your Abstract

Submit your abstract on significant achievements, updates, innovative projects, case studies, and technology advancements in transport, with a focus on Australia and global insights. Avoid using the submission for promotional purposes.

 
Abstract Format and Questions

  • You need to have at least 1 confirmed presenter to complete the online submission (includes speaker details, photo, and bio)
  • There can be maximum of 2 presenters for an abstract talk
  • Provide 250 word abstract, written as a paragraph of text (no bullets, graphs, tables)
  • Provide 50 word snap shot summary
  • Provide 2 questions for the session moderator to ask you
  • Provide website relevant to your submission, if applicable
  • Only submissions via the Abstract Submission Portal will be accepted


In Person Presentation from the Lectern

All presentations are intended to be in-person.


Breakout Session Format

Most presentations will be during 60-90 min Breakout Sessions, with 15 mins allocated per talk. Co-presenters share the allocated time. Questions may be saved for the last 15 mins of the session.

 
Review of Submissions

An external panel evaluates submissions based on research/project quality, topicality, comprehensiveness, and clarity. Successful abstracts will be scheduled, and presenters must complete registration by 31 May 2024.

 
Registration of all Speakers

All speakers, regardless of their presentation type, must register and pay the fee. Discounts available. Fee is payable upon receiving notification that your abstract has been accepted and you have been asked to complete speaker registration. Speaker registration should be completed by 31 May 2024.

University Students: Student speakers from ITS Australia member organisations are eligible for 50% discount, please indicate your student status on the abstract submission form and provide ITS Australia with a copy of your Student Card: admin@its-australia.com.au


More Info

For additional details, please review the Terms and Conditions that are integral to your abstract submission and all speaker presentations at the Summit. By submitting an abstract or participating as a presenter, you agree to these arrangements.


For questions, contact ITS Australia - admin@its-australia.com.au