Advanced Driver Assisted Systems (ADAS), Automated Vehicles and Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communication are at the core of the mobility revolution. The objective of this short course is to build the foundations, learn the technical principles, and evaluate the technology solutions that are making this transformation possible.

The topics have been carefully selected by an industry-led panel to ensure coverage of the main technical challenges that OEMs, suppliers and authorities are currently facing. In this course, divided in four sections, delegates will understand the key enablers to achieve safe “self-driving” cars on the roads, via a mixture of theory, case studies and live demonstrations.


The UK Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) industry could be worth £62bn by 2035, according to the UK government official figures. An estimated 1 in every 5 miles travelled by consumers in the UK could be automated by 2030, saving 3,900+ lives and preventing over 47,000 serious accidents. The direction of the automotive industry as well as the broad mobility landscape is clear: intelligent systems are key for economic growth.

This course supports the UK government’s strategy and provides the suitable up-skilling and/or re-skilling of the workforce, ensuring that industry professionals are equipped with the knowledge and awareness needed to make the UK competitive in this field. This educational offer complements our M.Sc. and Degree Apprenticeship in Smart, Connected and Autonomous Vehicles.


This 2-day course is ideal for Engineers, Technical Managers, Project Managers, Consultant and Authorities who want to enhance their understanding of CAM and explore the main elements of modern complex systems, applied to the mobility industry. A background in engineering, science and/or technology is beneficial but not essential to maximise the learning experience.

  • Engineers/Project Managers who collaborate with CAM stakeholders and require the foundations to fulfil their role
  • Software Developers who are already involved in the CAM industry and need to broaden their knowledge – at a system and vehicle level
  • Technical Managers/Directors who require the big-picture to inform strategic decisions, and base them on facts and actual trends
  • Authorities who shape the regulatory framework and require a technical understanding of the subject matter

To further increase our support to the industry, WMG offers bespoke learning opportunities for technical and non-technical professionals. Please, get in touch with us for more information.