Smart Transport, Macquarie Park
The City of Ryde, New South Wales
Start date: 14 February 2018
End date: 15 May 2019
Australian Government funding:
- Council of the City of Ryde
- City and community planning
- Smart traffic management (public transport, cycling, â€˜sharingâ€™ services, pedestrians)
- Internet of Things
- Augmented/Virtual reality
- Data Management (Data platform, open data, data privacy and security, blockchains, standards)
- Smartphone applications
- Environmental sensors
The project aims to establish an open sourced platform integrating historical and real time mobility data from the Macquarie Park District. The project will allow scenarios to be tested before stress occurs, improving the management of pedestrian movements to cope with the anticipated growth of the region.
Traffic congestion in Macquarie Park is a major problem and becoming an even greater priority given projected growth of the area.
This project will create open source data and sustainable smart-technology platform across Macquarie Park District, leveraging Internet of Things technologies. Congestion will be reduced through better planning via integrating historical and real-time data.
This project will bring the following benefits:
- real time data available to the community on accessibility and transport issues;
- contribute to more efficient use of council resources and service delivery;
- expanded capacity, opportunity and motivation for connection across a precinct.
- The project designed, developed, and installed 75 IoT devices in the Macquarie Park area to collect pedestrian movement data.
- WiFi successfully installed in the Elouera Reserve
- Two LoRa WAN gateways successfully installed
- Community engagement
Name: Michael Sheng
Phone: 02 9850 9505