The digital revolution, with the development of mobile internet, smartphones, geolocation and big data, opens up revolutionary prospects for the development of new transportation services and devices and turns mobile usage on its head. The new MOOC from IMT, “Challenges and risks of Mobility 2.0” aims to educate non-specialists about the key concepts of intelligent transportation systems (ITS) in six weeks.

The course, which starts on January 11th, 2016, helps participants to understand the technological and social challenges of digital mobility (teleticketing, connected and driverless cars, intelligent cities, new collaborative services), to grasp the regulatory constraints and to discover the technologies required to develop these systems.

Designed at the request of the Secretary of State for Transport in partnership with the key organizations in this domain (ATEC ITS France,[1] IFSTTAR,[2] ADEME[3]), the MOOC is presented by the leading experts on the subject, well-known research professors and professionals.

It provides basic training for decision-makers dealing with transport and mobility organization in regional authorities, infrastructure managers, and service providers. It does not require any previous scientific knowledge.

The MOOC can be adapted for specific use in a company or can be enriched by further educational measures dedicated to a more personalized training course to meet specific needs. These complementary services are proposed by Télécom Evolution, an ongoing training organization of the top telecoms schools specializing in digital technology. Télécom Evolution also provides short targeted training courses and a Certificate of Specialized Studies, ITS and Mobility Project Manager, for anyone wanting to develop their skills in the subject after completing the MOOC.

 

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The teaching team

 

Jean-François JANIN

General Engineer for Bridges, Water and Forests, head of the Intelligent Transportation Mission at the Ministry for Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy.

Jean Marie BONNIN
Research Professor, responsible for the Network, Security and Multimedia department of Télécom Bretagne, he leads studies on mobility management in IP networks with a particular focus on multiple interface supports in communications architecture.

Christophe DUQUESNE

Independent consultant in information and normalization systems for public transport, founder of Dryade.

Didier GEIBEN

President of the consultancy firm, GM Consultants & Associés

Danielle GANCE

President and founder of DIGINOVE Consulting

Christophe COUTURIER

Research professor at Télécom Bretagne, his main areas of interest are ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems) and mobile networks.

Jean Marc BLOSSEVILLE

Research director, Assistant Director of IFSTTAR center at Versailles and the Laboratory for Cooperative Mobility Measures (LEMCO)

Gabriel PLASSAT

Engineer at ADEME – Transport & Mobility, head of forward studies

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[1] Association for the development of transport, environment and traffic techniques

[2] French Institute of Transport, Planning and Network Sciences and Technologies

[3] Agency for the Environment and Energy Management