The goal of this course is to provide public and private sector practitioners with an understanding of the basics of connected vehicle and automated vehicle technology. This introductory course highlights the USDOT's connected and automated vehicle research and efforts and the technologies' benefits and implications. Participants will learn about the applications envisioned for the connected vehicle and automated vehicle environments.
The course consists of the following WBT topics:
Topic 1: What Are Connected Vehicles and Automated Vehicles?
Topic 2: Technologies and Applications for Connected Vehicles and Automated Vehicles
Topic 3: Research Toward Implementation
Topic 4: Testing and Piloting the Technologies
Topic 5: Resources for Deployment
This course was launched in --month-- 2019.
Some of the topics include videos and links to more resources.
This web-based course (WBT) offers an End-of-Course Assessment that qualifies you to receive Continuing Education Credits (CEUs).
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The target audience for this WBT course includes transportation planners, managers, and engineers at state and local agency levels who are interested in learning about the basics of connected vehicles and automated vehicles, their benefits and implications, and the USDOT's latest related research and activities.
If you have questions about this NHI training, please contact NHI at firstname.lastname@example.org or 877.558.6873.