Online Training: Planning for Autonomous Mobility
October 17 – November 8 CEST
The training will tackle various aspects of autonomous vehicles to encompass/comprise the new mobility demands and utilise utmost the advantages that autonomous vehicles bring to society and businesses. More specifically, the training will equip participants with knowledge on all relevant features of autonomous vehicles, how they impact the urban landscape, long-distance travel, logistics, economy, sidewalk management, etc., and purvey tools that will help the participants of the training to solve the future challenges that autonomous vehicles will convey.
This training is open to everyone, professional or not, interested in the mobility sector, willing to deepen their knowledge, skills, and abilities to enhance their technical, business, and professional competencies in autonomous mobility.
The course aims to provide a comprehensive outlook on the current and future opportunities for autonomous mobility, engaging the most relevant stakeholders. The participants will:
- Gain a general overview of the autonomous mobility ecosystem (challenges, opportunities, actors, etc.).
- Understand the significant long-term impacts and how to be prepared to maximise the benefits.
- Get an update on the technological and regulatory state of the art of autonomous mobility and identify its main deployment barriers.
- Understand how to manage the transition from a current to a mixed-traffic scenario, including autonomous and conventional mobility.
Structure & Calendar
The training will begin on 17 October and finish on 8 November 2023. It will be structured in 5 sessions of two hours each per week (taking place at 14:00-16:00 CET each day), with two additional sessions of one hour, an introductory and wrap-up one. In order to provide a fully online yet interactive experience, different learning methods will be used by top-level speakers, such as keynotes, workshops, roundtables, and case studies. The programme and registration are available on the training’s webpage.