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Digitalizing Smart Mobility

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Take this course to learn how to adapt your business to difficulties and opportunities brought by ICT solutions in the transport industry

Digitalizing Smart Mobility

Transport policy-makers and industry managers face daily the dilemma of disruptive innovations and inertia factors, making any decision process very challenging. And this happens in an environment which too often frames changes – even radical ones – within an old mind-set. Here comes the need for understanding the present and the future of transport and mobility with an open-minded view.

Is this course for you? What's in it for you?
If you are a Policy maker or industry representative, Transport operators or infrastructure manager, transport agency officer, Governmental and NGO analyst, you will develop strategic, long-term, future-oriented thinking about the digitalisation of the transport industry, service and governance.
  • Developing strategic, long-term, future-oriented thinking about the digitalisation of the transport industry, service and governance.
  • Pragmatically approaching the digitalisation of the transport industry, its challenges and current bottlenecks: out-of-the-box thinking, empirical experiences, real-world cases.

The course at a glance

Format Blended learning (online and face-to-face)
  • Online: 4 self-paced modules (video tutorials + annotated slides) requiring approximately 4 hours of work per week during 4 weeks
  • Face-to-face: 2-day face-to-face training session with international experts from the industry and research centres
Upcoming dates and locations
  • TBC in EIT Digital, Berlin (Germany)
  • At your company premises
Language English
  • Overview: ICT and transport, a long-term view
  • The current experience: ICT between “Business as usual” and disruptive innovations
  • Trends and expectations: digitalisation as a game changer in the transport sector
  • Real world cases from the industry, policy-makers and suppliers
2-day face-to-face agenda
  • Day 1: CT and transport: opportunities and bottlenecks
  • Day 2: Thinking out-of-the-box: the future of digitalized mobility
Requirements None
Our partner This course is brought to you by the Institute for Vocational studies of the Technische Universität Berlin. It researches on questions of human mobility and commercial transport. In addition to foundational research, it offers consultation for politics and businesses on local, national and international levels. Furthermore, it offers support for the planning and implementation of innovative mobility proposals in urban and rural areas.
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