Electromobility and Low Carbon Vehicles 2017
This courses provide an understanding of the policy background and principles behind the concept of intelligent mobility. Participants will gain an understanding of the latest changes in research, legislation and technology that can be deployed. It complements the core ITS course (Intelligent Transport Systems) by explaining the political and policy landscape that influence the uptake of different ITS technologies. It will achieve this through lectures (including guest lectures by experts in the field), practical sessions, and visits. The aim of the course is to provide an understanding of the main transport challenges and their interdependencies. Lectures will explore how ITS can be used to address challenges such as: supporting the economy with reliable and efficient transport reducing congestion improving safety minimising environmental impact and energy consumption sustaining and extending accessibility.
- Event Type:
- Workshops/Training Courses
- Dec. 11-15, 2017
- School of Engineering, Newcastle University
- Newcastle upon Tyne , UK