Mobility is a basic human need, and it poses numerous challenges for our society: On one hand, we have to meet the rising demand in this booming economic sector, and on the other, constant growth, climate change and the scarcity of raw materials require new and better solutions all the time. What we need are environmentally friendly technologies that allow transport to be designed in a sustainable manner. This requires state-of-the-art telematics that combine information, telecommunication and sensor technologies. Ecological and sustainability aspects as well as aspects related to traffic safety play an important role in the technological innovations made possible by such systems.
Our future mobility requirements can only be met with these intelligent, eco-friendly, secure and efficient technologies – including high-tech developments such as driver assistance systems, electromobility, traffic information systems and satellite navigation. Accordingly, experts for sustainable transport technology – like the graduates of the Transport and Environment degree program – are in high demand. During their studies, students in this degree program acquire a solid foundation of technical knowledge that is rounded out with natural sciences, business know-how and soft skills. By selecting one of three emphases in the fourth semester (Intelligent Transport Systems, Electromobility or Transport Planning), students can personalize their curriculum.
|Program duration||6 semesters|
|Degree||Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSc)|
FH-Prof. DI Harald Wahl
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