Automated driving is the future. It is going to change transport, traffic, our cities and our environment. It will change the way we live. But there are also hurdles and questions. It seems a confusing mix of innovation and application.
A group of experienced professionals in various segments of automated shuttle systems has worked together over the past 4 years in various initial implementation projects in the Netherlands and abroad. They have brought together their experiences and knowledge in a comprehensive training program covering all aspects of automated shuttle transport: planning, implementation and operation.The two-day training has now been summarized and can be followed in full depth online at will, supplemented with homework, lecturer consultation hours and an interactive online discussion.
You will learn everything you need to know about automated shuttle systems as part of the mobility and public transport of the future, in order to arrive at well-considered plans and decisions. You will learn which tools you can use for the evaluation of automated shuttles and their use in practical cases.
In this course, the following questions are treated:
This course is meant for planners and decision makers in public and private organisations, who want to know if, how and when to incorporate automated shuttle systems in their development plans for accessibility and/or target group transport. Urban planners, facility managers (of e.g. hospitals, (air)ports, business parks, campuses), mobility managers, public transport operators, transport strategists, politicians and all others who are professionally interested in automated shuttle systems.
This course is in blended learning:
|Trainer:||Dhr. Ir. J. Veenis (The Future Mobility Network)|
|Course data:||During May all 15 lessons at a time of your choosing.
2 June an interactive afternoon session
|Price:||€ 595.00 ex. vat|
|Timetable information:||Blended learning with joint closure|
|In cooperation with:||The Future Mobility Network|
|The program can be taught in English on request.|
Module 1: What does the total operation look like in practice: vehicles – what can be done, what can’t?
Module 2: Roads and routes: infrastructure – technology – applications
Module 3: Project approach and financial impact
Joining policy and practical experiences from The Haga Shuttle, WEPOD and Interreg Automated Transport, The Drimmelen Shuttle, ESA ESTEC ‘Orbiter’ and several Last-Mile Fieldlabs in the Metropole region Rotterdam The Hague.
Working with all local and governmental authorities (e.g. RDW / SWOV / CROW) to guarantee safety and public transport providers (e.g. Arriva, HTM, RET) to build a door to door public transport service including automation in multi modal transport hubs.