Susan Harris

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Connected Autonomy and Spatial Implications

Susan Harris, Chief Executive Officer – Intelligent Transport Systems Australia  



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5 Things You Will Learn

  1. Australian activity to leverage emerging
    transport technology
  2. Leading concepts for evolving vehicle
  3. Vehicle automation steps and stages
  4. New energy management for greener
  5. Critical nature of positioning for future
    vehicle technology

Target Audience

Anyone who wants a heads up on what our future cars might look like and do for us
Spatial professionals
Policy and strategy professionals
Practitioners eager to keep up with evolving global trends

Presentation Overview

This session will highlight exciting initiatives taking place across Australia to leverage connected and automated vehicle technology.  IT will provide a peak ahead of some of the concepts being proposed by  thought leaders and link back to the critical importance of spatial technology to support these developments.


With over 20 years’ experience across transport and supply chain sectors Susan is eager to harness the benefits that technology can deliver to business and the Australian community.

Through the global network of ITS Associations and participating as a member of the Board of the ITS World Congress, Susan has strong linkages with the international ITS community, ensuring Australian advances can be shared overseas while also keeping abreast of international developments in this rapidly evolving field.  Other affiliations include: Convenor of the Austroads Cooperative ITS Industry Reference Group; Member of the national Transport Commission Industry Advisory Group, Member of Monash University Institute of Transport Studies Industry Advisory Board.

Susan has built a career in consulting and in industry to look at collaborative solutions involving government, industry and academia.  This industry experience is combined with professional qualifications including a Batchelor degree majoring in Environmental Management and an MBA from Melbourne Business School.