Unlocking the potential of digital twins for sustainable on-demand urban logistics
Launch on 23 February, 11:00 - 12:00 CET
As it draws closer to its conclusion, the LEAD project is launching a Massive Open Online Course to share its main findings on Digital Twin’s potential to respond to the severe strain put on last-mile delivery systems by on-demand logistics.
LEAD is launching its shiny new Massive Open Online Course, open to all interested. It will launch on 23 February, 11:00-12:00 CET, with the goal of“Unlocking the potential of Digital Twins for sustainable on-demand urban logistics”.
It builds upon the results of the project’s Living Labs to deliver a Digital Twinning Capacity Building Programme, with a first-of-its-kind focus on urban logistics, to improve the capabilities and skills of personnel of authorities and researchers on open-source tools and modelling for Digital Twins. The course will also provide a general introduction to urban freight, with a focus on on-demand and last-mile logistics.
It is split into five different units spread out, over the course of a couple of months, with a break planned between Units 1-2 and Units 3-5. Students will have to complete all units to achieve course certification.