Three x 3.5 hr sessions
9, 10, 11 March 2022
9am-12:30pm GMT per session
Intelligent mobility is about technology, design, people and culture combined.
This intensive online short course will expose you to current and emerging mobility trends and changing user behaviours in key markets through real world case studies and specialist guest lectures that cover a wide range of topics, including:
- alternative mobility services such as shared vehicle schemes
- emerging technologies for better, quicker, cheaper outcomes today
- micro transportation (eg. dockless scooters)
- predicting demand for new vehicle types (e.g. autonomous and electric vehicles)
- public transport
- privately owned cars
Developed by esteemed academics and designers from the RCA’s Intelligent Mobility Design Centre and led by Dr Jiayu Wu, Reader in Intelligent Mobility Design – you will have access to unique knowledge on design principles and research methods, developed over two decades while working with half of the world’s top ten largest automotive companies.
Guest speakers will provide diverse insights, they include:
Professor Clive Grinyer, Head of RCA Service Design MA programme, will speak about the newly designed iconic British chargepoint for the Department for Transport
Rikesh Shah, Head of Commercial Innovation at Transport for London, will discuss using connected vehicle data, transport innovation, and London’s evolution as a city.
You will connect with a group of global participants and advance your knowledge by working together using real world case studies and customised toolkits and creative processes, guided and supported by RCA academics.
You will have the opportunity to put into practice our SAFE (Simple, Adaptable, Familiar, Environment) principles and tools for future mobility developed for rethinking the most imperative issues such as sustainability, inclusivity, and efficiency from the perspective of individuals.