Online Training: Planning for Autonomous Mobility
November 4 – December 2 CET
Organised as a joint partnership between the International Road Federation, EIT Urban Mobility, and FACTUAL, the training Planning for Autonomous Mobility is designed to tackle key aspects of autonomous mobility as a means to respond to new transport demands and to deliver value to society and businesses.
More specifically, the training will equip the participants with knowledge on relevant features of the autonomous mobility ecosystem, including, urban landscape impact, long-distance travel, logistics, economic aspects, etc., and provide the tools that will help them solve future challenges that autonomous vehicles will convey.
Our tailored training targets mobility professionals interested in deepening their knowledge, skills, and abilities to enhance their technical, business, and professional competencies in autonomous vehicles while furthering their careers.
This course will allow participants to:
- Gain a general overview of the autonomous mobility ecosystem (challenges, opportunities, actors, etc.).
- Understand the significant long-term impacts in several areas 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 current to a mixed-traffic scenario, including autonomous and conventional mobility.
Structure & Calendar
The planned training consists of four modules and nine different sessions organised in a complete online and interactive format. Each session is intended to last approximately two hours. The training will last for a bit more than one month, with the first session taking place on 4th November and the last one on 2nd December.