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Register for Intelligent Vehicles Masterclass

WMG Intelligent Vehicles Masterclass courses
Dates throughout 2021 | via Microsoft Teams


WMG’s Intelligent Vehicles research team have announced a digital masterclass series in developing skills to support the shift to Automated, Connected, Electric and Shared transport.

We are improving productivity and competitiveness for UK manufacturing through training and skills.

Register your place now!

The masterclasses are short courses, charged at £650 per person incl. VAT. All courses will be delivered over 4 days, to deliver a total of 8 hours teaching online via Microsoft Teams. Normally this is delivered as 2 hours per day, but it can be flexible. Each course will be delivered by a senior teaching fellow working within the WMG intelligent vehicles research group.

Discounted rates are available to companies wishing to book a group of delegates, or for delegates who book onto more than one course.

If you would like to discuss your place on the course please email: Lee-Rose Jordan (L.Jordan@warwick.ac.uk).

Current classes on offer:

Masterclass: Perception sensors for intelligent vehicles

Date: 26th – 28th April 2021

Aims: The aim of this masterclass is to develop a basic knowledge of the key sensors of intelligent vehicles, their
working principles, strengths and weaknesses, simulation, emulation and testing, incorporating ADAS/automated
vehicles as the context.

Participants will gain a basic understanding of challenges associated with intelligent vehicles and the key role of sensors. Through an analysis of perception sensors, group exercises and case studies, participants will be aware of the state of the art and ongoing research in this field.

To view the programme in full please click here.

Masterclass: Introduction to development and test methods for Intelligent Vehicles

Date: 14th - 17th June 2021

Aims: Participants will gain a basic understanding of challenges associated with Intelligent Vehicles and the key role of emerging vehicular communications.

Through the analysis of the principles of the operation of wireless data communication systems, group exercises and case studies, they will be aware of the state of the art and on-going research in this field.

To view the programme in full please click here.

Masterclass: Communications, connectivity and 5G for future intelligent vehicles

Date: 12th – 15th July 2021

Aims: Participants will gain a basic understanding of challenges associated with Intelligent Vehicles and the key role of emerging vehicular communications.

Through the analysis of the principles of the operation of wireless data communication systems, group exercises and case studies, they will be aware of the state of the art and on-going research in this field.

To view the programme in full please click here.


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Please note if you are booking onto more than one course please email a.sathi@warwick.ac.uk to process your payment.

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The courses are aimed at CEOs, CTOs, senior managers, technical leads, engineers and new graduates who wish to learn about the opportunities and future potential of various technologies, techniques and systems emerging for the vehicle market.

Further masterclass courses will be announced throughout the year.

We are also running a free webinar series on Automotive Sensors for Intelligent Vehicles. Facilitated by Dr Valentina Donzella, each webinar will include a panel of industry experts.

To find out more and register your place click here.

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