2017 NZRF/RIAA Conference and Exhibition


Conference Papers

Wednesday 23rd August 2017

8.40    Understanding how we drive: Research in the University of Waikato driving simulatorAssociate Professor Samuel Charlton, University of Waikato

9.00    Site assessment after fatalities and serious harm accidents, Dr Fergus Tate, NZTA

9.30    Maintaining the effectiveness of audio tactile profiled roadmarkings for their full life cycle, Dr Kym Neaylon, Opus Research

10.20  Delivering Customer Outcomes Though Embedding ONRC,  Andrew McKillop, NZTA

10.40  What motorists need to know in a changing environmentSimon Douglas, Automobile Association

11.00  Towards a Safe System within the ONRC environmentColin Brodie, NZTA

11.20  Austroads Safe SystemsTony Keyte, Safe Roads

1.10    Australian State Specifications for LinemarkingSteve Borrie, Potters

1.40    TCD TrialsGlenn Bunting, NZTA

2.00    Materials Testing APASDominic Iemma, CSIRO

2.20    NZTA M 7 a brighter future, Robert Busuttil, NZTA

Thursday 24th August 2017

9.10    Policy Choice or Prediction – It’s up to us, Roger Boulter 2nd file

10.30  Michael Gordon, Economist, Westpac Bank

11.30  Paint pumps maintenance and troubleshootingJason Lynch, Strouds

11.50  Cold weather application of WaterborneTerry Silva & Robert Greer, Ennis Flint

12.10  Coloured surfacings installations, Mike Coote, Resin Surfaces Ltd

1.30    Making the most of marking: Developing perceptual countermeasures for motorcyclists at curves on the Northern Coromandel LoopDr Hamish Mackie, Mackie Research

1.50    Speed zone managementRobyn Denton, Hamilton City Council

2.10    The emergence of high quality cycling routes in towns and cities. Where are we heading? Dr Hamish Mackie, Mackie Research

2.30    Safer Roads and Roadsides – Design Considerations, Thorsten Froebel, Safe Roads

3.30    Indoor accelerated testing of roadmarking products at Opus – Latest developments, Dr Jeremy Wu, Opus Research

3.50    The Road Towards Autonomous VehiclesCoby Duggan, Volvo Cars New Zealand

4.10    Matching marking standards to One Network Road Classification, Dr Fergus Tate, NZTA