2nd International Driverless Vehicle Summit

Wednesday, 15 November 2017 to Friday, 17 November 2017 from 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, Australia


The 2nd IDVS aims to bring together over 300 professionals, including: Business, Enterprise, Government and Media.

In 2015, over 60% of those who attended were decision makers within their organisation.

In 2017 we aim to add value to the Australia and New Zealand Driverless Vehicle initiative experience by offering industry professionals a chance to reach key influencers through sponsorship and exhibition opportunities.


We encourage you to contact our Sponsorship and Exhibition Coordinator to discuss additional ways in which we can enhance your contribution to this international event.

To discuss your requirements or to book in your sponsorship/exhibition, please contact the Sponsorship and Exhibition Coordinator
E: sponsor@advi.org.au






At Volvo Cars, we continuously innovate in order to make your life better. Every car, every technology and every design is the result of a clear vision – to put people at the heart of everything we do. It’s a vision that has driven us from the start.

This vision has inspired us to create the likes of the three-point seat belt and side-impact airbags – inventions that have saved lives and changed automotive history. And with our new generation of cars, we continue this tradition. Scandinavian design combines with modern Swedish luxury to enrich your experience. Intuitive Sensus technology makes life less complicated and keeps you connected with the world, while the latest Drive-E powertrains balance responsive power with class-leading efficiency. And supporting you while you are driving, our IntelliSafe innovations make your journey more comfortable and enjoyable while helping to prevent accidents.

We understand what’s important to people. It forms the basis of all the innovations that we create. Innovations that improve lives.

At Volvo Cars, we design our cars around you.



Telstra is Australia’s leading telecommunications and technology company, offering a full range of communications services and competing in all telecommunications markets.
With this, we empower business and government customers with innovative technology solutions including data and IP networks, and network application services, such as unified communications, cloud, industry solutions and integrated services.
We are developing opportunities in industries where we see evidence of technology creating competitive disruption such as in health, intelligent video and transport. We are focused on high growth opportunities in technology and solutions that leverage Telstra assets and enable us to empower our customers in new and better ways.


We work as part of the community to deliver effective planning policy, efficient transport, and valuable social and economic infrastructure, which aims to improve the lives of all South Australians every day.
We have innovated and partnered with SAGE Automation to develop the Addinsight traffic intelligence system and the Addinsight app that broadcasts alerts for unusual traffic delays to drivers.
We established the Future Mobility Lab Fund, where the South Australian Government is providing $10 million over three years to projects that demonstrate, develop, or contribute to the applied research of Future Mobility technologies that provide real benefits to our communities.



With a membership of more than 670,000 South Australian’s, RAA is known for its trusted services and products in the areas of road service, insurance, travel, security, road safety and motoring.
Initially founded by a group of local motoring enthusiasts some 114 years ago, RAA continues to be the state’s independent authority on motoring and mobility, monitoring emerging technologies closely to ensure compatibility with South Australian road infrastructure, and most importantly, the safety of all road users.

Mobility is important to our members, and the technologies that will be discussed at the conference offer the best prospect of keeping them independently mobile into the future.





Tesla's mission is to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable energy by designing and manufacturing compelling mass market electric vehicles and energy storage systems. Tesla has delivered more than 160,000 vehicles to customers worldwide including the Model S, designed from the ground up to be the safest, most exhilarating sedan on the road, and Model X, the safest, most capable sport utility vehicle in history. Tesla also produces Powerwall, a home battery that integrates with solar to harness the power of the sun and reduce reliance on fossil fuels.


Personal mobility and its industrial application are on the brink of a technological quantum leap. The car and the technologies that make it tick are set to change more in the next 10 years than they have in the past 30 combined. The BMW Group sees itself as being well equipped to meet this challenge and with its partners are working together on standards, platforms and a backend for the future of automated driving. The driver assistance technology in the all new BMW 5 Series already gives it Level 2 Autonomous capability. As a result of its acquisition of a stake in HERE in 2014 and collaborations with Intel, Mobileye and Delphi, the BMW Group has given the go-ahead for developing the BMW iNext for series production which will have Level 4 Autonomy by 2021.


Founded in 2014, EasyMile is a high-tech startup specialising in providing both shared driverless transportation as a last mile smart mobility solution and also software powering autonomous vehicles.
The company is headquartered in Toulouse (France) with offices in Singapore, Denver (USA) and Australia. It also operates through value-added resellers notably in Japan, Taiwan and the Middle East.
EasyMile’s flagship product, the EZ10 driverless shuttle, has been deployed in 19 countries over 4 continents, with more than 180000 people transported and also more than 120000 kilometres travelled so far.
EasyMile is a privately held company with investments from Alstom and Continental.


Aurrigo is a division of RDM Group based in the UK. Aurrigo's self-driving pods provide mobility within urban areas, shopping malls, airports, university campuses, science parks and other areas that are poorly served by traditional transport providers. The pods are also adaptable to other applications.

The company designs and develops the vehicles and autonomous control systems in house and provides a full transportation field operating service. Aurrigo is establishing a manufacturing base to supply and service Australia and the Asia Pacific region in Adelaide, concurrent with the deployment of the first fully autonomous operation pods at the Flinders Tonsley precinct.



Nova Systems is the automotive industry’s trusted partner for the introduction and certification of fully integrated, tested and assured technology. Established in 2000 as a Defence aerospace, test and evaluation organisation, Nova Systems now employs over 400 consultants globally and has rapidly become one of the preeminent providers of systems engineering services to tier-one clients in Defence, Aerospace & Surveillance, Energy & Resources, Communications, Information and Space, Cyber Security and Transportation. Nova Systems provide intelligent and innovative solutions and assurance that your autonomous system is safe-to-operate and fit-for-purpose. Nova Systems solve the problems that really matter.


Cohda Wireless is the leading supplier of applications for the Connected Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) market. Cohda provides innovative software solutions that enable CAV’s to connect with other vehicles and smart city infrastructure. These connections span Vehicle-to-Vehicle, Vehicle-to-Infrastructure, and Vehicle-to-Pedestrian (called V2X). Founded in 2004, Cohda partners with Tier One Automotive Suppliers, ITS Equipment Vendors and Mining Equipment Technology and Services (METS) vendors to provide connectivity solutions for car makers, smart cities, and mine operators. Cohda’s products are used widely across locations including USA, Europe, Australia, Japan, Africa, Middle East, China, Singapore, Taiwan, and Korea, making transportation safer, smarter, and greener.


NAVYA is a French technology company specialising in developing innovative, smart and sustainable mobility solutions. NAVYA develops driverless, automated and electric vehicles that are designed for the intelligent transport of people and goods on the first and last mile. These autonomous vehicles, independent of all infrastructure, enable to revolutionize mobility of the citizens and productivity of the employees on private sites. Since September 2015, NAVYA provides its self-driving shuttle, which has already transported more than 190 000 passengers. For more information, visit navya.tech.


SMEC provides more than just technology; it is the trusted pair of hands that guides holistic end-to-end solutions tailored to suit the needs of customers across the globe. A tried and tested leader in the transport industry, SMEC has the global reach and technical expertise to take advantage of the latest innovations.
Local Motors is the designer and manufacturer of Olli – a world-first electric, autonomous shuttle bus. Local Motors has rallied a global network of innovators who can confront the world’s most formidable challenges with vehicles that meet the needs of users and operators.
PTV Group works closely with the automotive industry and new mobility providers in the development of transport planning and traffic modelling software. These tools are used to evaluate designs, drive system analysis algorithms and determine impacts on infrastructure.
Together, our consortium brings a whole-of-solution team of experts who, through co-creation and open collaboration, solve the challenges of implementing practical outcomes in the emerging driverless vehicle market.