Mobility and Transport / 40 Hours (3.5 ECTS)

Module coordinators

Mr. Matteo CAGLIONI
Associate Professor, University Nice Sophia Antipolis

 

Mr. Diego MORENO SIERRA
Associate Professor, University Nice Sophia Antipolis

Provisional Timetable

Module duration: 3 weeks

Week1: From 13 nov. to 19 nov. 2017

Week2: From 20 nov. to 26 nov. 2017

Week3: From 27 nov. to 03 dec. 2017

Mobility and Transport / 40 Hours (3.5 ECTS)

Identifying major issues and challenges in mobility and transport systems; designing smart mobility models; assessing the future evolution of transport systems; and improving innovation in urban mobility. >>

 

Description

1) Mobility in the City of Tomorrow
• Urban mobility system (transit oriented development, flow analysis, multimodality and soft mobility...) ;
• Activity-based multi-agent modelling and mobility in the smart city ;
• Urban and interurban routes, pendula flows ;
• Modification of infrastructures ;
• Legal and regulatory environment (PDU and climate plan, evolution of legislation, open data ...)
• Economic models

2) Human behavior change
• Resident and occasional users
• Multimodality and Intermodality: public transport, carsharing, carpooling, soft mobility
• Contributing users
• Communication to users / citizens
• Teleworking, Time offset

3) The vehicle in its environment
• Evolution of Information Systems
• Connected / hyperconnected vehicle; Autonomous vehicle; Open Data WiFi Vehicle, CAM
• "Sensor" vehicle
• Digital services

Prerequisites

Knowledge of ArcGIS and Network Analyst and programming skills are recommended (tutorials will be made available for participants).

Learning outcomes

• Identify major issues in mobility and transport systems
• Conceive smart mobility models
• Assessing future evolution of transport systems
• Improve innovations in urban mobility

Learning approach

• Blended learning and use of ICT tools
• Smart City Innovation Center
• Visit to Mobility Supervising Center of MNCA

Module coordinator

Mr. Matteo CAGLIONI, Associate Professor, University Nice Sophia Antipolis
Mr. Diego MORENO SIERRA, Associate Professor, University Nice Sophia Antipolis