MIT School of Architecture and Planning
Smart Mobility: Reimagining the Future of Transportation Tech & Sustainable Cities
February 1, 2023
Learn about the curriculum, the industry experts you’ll learn from, the global network you’ll build and more.
About the course
Smart mobility is an opportunity to transform cities by making transportation faster, cheaper and more accessible for millions of people.
According to Zion Market Research, the global smart mobility market is projected to reach $148.91 billion by 2028, at a CAGR of 18.74%.
The course will give you a comprehensive understanding of the three pillars of smart mobility: AI technologies, hardware technicalities and complex policies.
You’ll learn to leverage your new skills and strategies to create the sustainable transportation systems of the future.
Who is this course for?
Spent by investors on over 17 critical mobility technology clusters in the past decade.
Of automotive industry profits expected to come from new mobility technology by 2035.
On completing the course, you will gain a prestigious certificate of attendance from the MIT School of Architecture and Planning.
What you will gain
Companies we’ve worked with
Our learners are professionals from prestigious companies from across the world. In the past, we have worked with companies like NASA, Boeing, MasterCard, Salesforce, HSBC and many more.
The course has provided a better view of the health tech industry regarding medical devices. This course influenced my creation of a mobile-first website that will become an FDA regulated business called STRK.
Explore contemporary multimodal transit systems and the evolving networks of mobility service providers, policy makers and employers.
Identify innovation opportunities to optimize existing urban transportation infrastructure and foster healthy, equitable communities.
Describe how data can be a tool for designing more effective and sustainable large-scale transit systems.
Illustrate how integrated pricing systems function across transportation, insurance and petroleum.
Analyze the advantages and constraints of a decentralized mobility system by understanding Transportation Network Companies’ (TNCs) market structure.
Create a proposal for sustainable, integrated urban transit systems that takes advantage of new transportation modalities like autonomous vehicles.
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Results that matter
The completion rate over other MOOC competitors
Student completion of courses, against the industry average of 3-5%.
Improvement on metrics such as grades and retention