Event Date: 2020-11-06 04:30

 Webinar, Dec 3rd. Exploring automated vehicle regulation for safety, controls, insurance...

How Australia is preparing for automated vehicles w/ Marcus Burke


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About the webinar

Marcus BurkeNTC

Automated vehicles don’t fit into existing legal regimes for vehicles and drivers. The Australian National Transport Commission is developing end-to-end regulation for the commercial deployment of automated vehicles. 

The presentation will provide an overview of reforms to support the deployment of automated vehicles in Australia, including safety, control, insurance and data issues. This will include key decisions to date and next steps to ensure comprehensive regulation of automated vehicles.”

About Marcus Burke

Marcus Burke is Executive Leader, Future Technologies, at the National Transport Commission (Australia).

Marcus leads the team at the NTC developing the regulatory framework for automated vehicles in Australia from trials through to commercial deployment. He has led the NTC’s automated vehicle program since its inception in 2016 and has presented at conferences both in Australia and internationally on the legal issues associated with automated vehicles. Marcus previously led the national reform of ‘chain of responsibility’ legislation for heavy vehicles safety in Australia.

Marcus joined the NTC from the private sector in 2011.



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