Help define the connected and automated transport future in Australia and New Zealand
CCAT is an entity for those interested in discussing, generating and implementing the solutions and policies needed for connected and automated transport in Australia and New Zealand.
CCAT is a paid membership organisation. It is open to all organisations with a common interest in facilitating Australia and New Zealand’s transition to connected and automated transport.
We understand automated transport is not just about roads. CCAT membership can benefit any sector or company involved in transport and transport operations. Mining companies, the agriculture sector, logistics and warehousing, ports and shipping companies should all consider the benefits of CCAT membership.
Who should become a member?
Transport agencies within government
Innovative local Councils
Connected and autonomous vehicle industry participants
Logistics and warehousing companies
Ports and shipping companies
Researchers and universities
Next-generation technology developers
What CCAT offers members – Why you should join.
CCAT provides its members with a hub for regular policy and ideas exchange. It also alerts the community to the benefits of connected and automated transport.
CCAT brings all members under a single umbrella. It allows them to work collaboratively with government, industry, academia and community bodies to inform the development of national policy, legislation, regulation, business models, operational procedures and processes to bring connected and automated transport safely and successfully to Australasia’s roads and industry.
Until now, the many sectors involved in automated transport have had insufficient opportunity to work and plan together. Some have been contained within industry, governmental or solitary silos. For others, connected and automated transport isn’t currently their bread and butter, though they may have an interest in, or a solution for the connected and automated transport industry.
CCAT is an opportunity for all these organisations to stay in the loop and collaborate with government in delivering an automated future for Australia.
CCAT and its members will evolve into a recognised national institution for the discussion and generation of technical solutions in Australia and New Zealand’s connected and automated future.
How much does
Annual membership fees are determined by the CCAT Board. Fees are adjusted annually at least in line with CPI.
Fees are based on each member’s turnover.
More than $100m turnover (fees $50,000 pa incl. GST)
$50m - $100m turnover (fees $20,000 pa incl. GST)
$0m - $50m turnover (fees $10,000 pa incl. GST)
Fees $5,000 pa incl. GST
A member may only be admitted without payment of fees in exceptional circumstances, including public benefit, provision of commensurate monetised services, reciprocal membership or international affiliations.