NSW Smart Shuttle
Client:Transport for NSW
+ Project Management
+ Safety Assurance
+ Project Advisory
+ Systems Engineering
+ Jason Dinh
+ Tim Jones
The NSW Smart Shuttle is a highly autonomous vehicle that has the capability to operate without a driver. Fitted with 2D and 3D LIDARs as well as machine stereovision cameras, the NSW Smart Shuttle can detect and anticipate the risk of collisions, and actively deploys its brakes in response to such risks. The objectives of the two-year research trial of the NSW Smart Shuttle (the Trial) at Sydney Olympic Park are to:
+ understand how Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs) will operate as part of the Transport Network;
+ support the development of new business and partnership models, products and services that enable CAVs to operate as part of the Transport Network;
+ solve first and last mile challenges for Sydney Olympic Park;
+ understand current level of technology capability; and
+ develop and test use cases.
In delivering the services for its client the Smart Innovation Centre of Transport for NSW, CWG:
+ Developed a tailored configuration management process for the Trial in consultation with the Asset Standards Authority.
+ Developed a safety assurance and governance framework for the Trial in consultation with the Asset Standards Authority, Centre of Road Safety and RMS Crash Lab.
+ Developed safety assurance documentation including but not limited to:
– Safety Assurance Plan; and
– Project Hazard log.
+ Developed project management collateral including but not limited to:
– Project Schedule; and
– Lessons Learnt Report.
+ Developed content for the Ministerial Exemption Order including but not limited to:
– Terms of Reference documents; and
+ Project managed pre-qualification testing of the NSW Smart Shuttle at Newington Armoury.
+ Project managed the Trial against the Project Schedule whilst consulting and engaging stakeholders from cross-functional working groups including the:
– Technology Working Group; and
– Assurance and Governance Working Group.
+ Assumed an active key role in the development of the Ministerial Exemption Order (MEO). The approval of the MEO for the first precinct based CAV trial is an important milestone for the Smart Innovation Centre.