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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2011
49 FUTURE FREIGHT NETWORKS 2011 313799A_Australian Rail Track Corp | 1699.indd 1 3/2/11 12:40 PM vu.edu.au/ilscm cricos Provider No. 00124K INSTITUTE FOR LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT sapientNitroVUr961 IMPROVE YOUR BUSINESS Victoria University’s institute for Logistics and supply chain Management (iLscM) specialises in applied research, education and training. our team has extensive business, industry, government and academic capabilities. our clients include local, national and international businesses, industry bodies and government agencies. We offer customised education services to improve productivity and support environmental and business sustainability. We engage in industry and enterprise specific research to enhance business performance. our services include: • Applied research • independent and objective advice • outcomes focused reporting • stakeholder engagement • seminars and professional development programs • Workforce planning • Educational qualifications from certificates and diplomas, through to graduate and postgraduate degrees Whether your interest concerns a business, government department or your own team, our multidisciplinary team will partner with you to find the best solution. For more information contact John McFarland, Business Manager on 9919 6283 or visit our website. 313797A_Institute for Logistics | 1699.indd 1 3/30/11 2:03 PM Australia is $27 billion per annum. If greenhouse gas emission from road transport costs some $3 billion per annum, that is a total of $50 billion per annum! Planning is progressing. For example, the 5.9 megahertz frequency has been reserved for V-to-I communications; however, the question as to who exactly should be allowed to access this frequency still needs to be finalised. In further initiatives, smart infrastructure is being researched at the University of Wollongong’s new Smart Infrastructure Research Facility. The proposition was also put forward that because system efficiencies require cooperation, the way we think on the road is a significant factor in system performance. The question that we then need to ask is: ‘How can we change our thinking and our human behaviour as part of a soft infrastructure change?’