Live Course: Autonomous Vehicles and the Future of Cities

Register for this exclusive live course on autonomous vehicles happening September 25 at 3pm ET, featuring Melissa Ruhl and Will Baumgardner of Arup.

Description: 

Vehicles have shaped streets and the neighborhoods, cities, and natural landscapes that have developed around them for decades. As we look to a future where cars, transit vehicles, and other types of vehicles drive themselves, what are the implications for the built environment and how architects plan and design projects.

Register for this exclusive live course to learn how conditions are likely to change for travel demand, parking supply, and site and building design from autonomous vehicle (AV) experts Melissa Ruhl, a San Francisco-based transportation planner for Arup, and Will Baumgardner, director of Arup’s Intelligent Mobility Business.

This free live course is the first in a two-part, AIAU-exclusive series on AVs. It will not be recorded.

Date: September 25, 2018 at 3pm ET.

To Register, click Add to Cart. On the day of the event, log in, click My AIAU and choose My Courses to locate the live course.

Learning objectives

  • Explain the importance of AVs for cities and transportation networks, including the major opportunities and challenges AVs will likely present
  • Discuss basic information about AVs, including terminology and functions for sensors, systems, and levels
  • Explore when and how AVs will likely be implemented both in in individual communities and nationwide
  • Describe concrete ideas for how the built environment may evolve with AVs
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Instructors

  • Will Baumgardner

    PE

    Principal

    Will Baumgardner directs Arup’s Intelligent Mobility Business in the Americas. He has over 20 years...
  • Melissa Ruhl

    Transportation planner

    Melissa Ruhl is a transportation planner for Arup in San Francisco where she manages autonomous...

Course details

Contents: Live Course Webinar, evaluation

Duration: 1:00