The Australasian Centre for Rail Innovation (ACRI) welcomes the appointment of Robert Moffat to the role of Chief Executive Officer. Rob commences his role with ACRI on 1 July 2020 and will be based in Canberra along with the ACRI team. Chairman of ACRI and former Deputy Prime Minister and…
Australasian Centre for Rail Innovation (ACRI) provides professional, independent applied research, strategic analysis, advice and innovative solutions for the Australasian Rail Industry on significant challenges and opportunities affecting Rail today and into the future.
ACRI TWS & OCMM project overview
2 minute animation video general overview of the ACRI and UOW developed systems engineering tools for graphically planning and understanding the implications of new technology implementation for railway track work and across your entire organisation. To help you understand the possibilities and identify opportunities for your railway business.Find out more
ACRI Strategic Objectives and Operating Principals
This paper outlines the longer-term strategy, taken by ACRI in the delivery of research.
International Union of Railways – COVID-19 measures
A series of potential measures published by the International Union of Railways March 2020.
Level Crossing Safety Interventions Register
This register, is an initiative of the National Level Crossing Safety Committee,
ACRI Public Research Reports
ACRI publicly available research available here.
NIS / ACRI Rail Knowledge Bank
Developed and maintained by the ARRB Group under the National Interest Services (NIS) program.
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Australia’s leading authorities on rail safety will join forces to identify world standard safety technology that can be deployed to protect workers on our nation’s rail networks. Working on behalf of The Office of the National Rail Safety Regulatory (ONRSR) and the Rail Industry Safety and Standards Board (RISSB), the…
ACRI is to undertake research to understand better whether the addition of advanced warning through an amber phase is likely to (i) reduce the likelihood of failure to stop at red light signals, and (ii) be implemented in an effective manner at existing active crossings in Australasia.