Program

Module 1 Smart cities

  • 1.1 Smart cities
  • 1.2 Sustainability
  • 1.3 Opportunities and weaknesses
  • 1.4 Management of a Smart City
  • 1.5 Integrative information platform
  • 1.6 Urban indicators
  • 1.7 Open data

Module 2. Local government

  • 2.1 Operation of local government
  • 2.2 Opportunities and weaknesses
  • 2.3 Methods of financing city projects

Module 3. Environment and ICT

  • 3.1 Introduction: Environmental management, climate change and ICT
  • 3.2 Environmental and climate change challenges at the urban level
  • 3.3 ICTs for urban environmental quality management - PART 1
  • 3.4 ICTs for urban environmental quality management - PART 2
  • 3.5 Climate change and city 10.9 Shared mobility
  • 3.6 ICTs for climate change mitigation in cities
  • 3.7 ICTs for adaptation to climate change in cities
  • 3.8 Autonomous vehicles
  • 3.6 Climate innovation for Smart Cities

Module 4. Smart Mobility

  • 4.1 The future of mobility; vision and trends in urban mobility
  • 4.2 Operation and management of urban mobility
  • 4.3 Mobility opportunities and weaknesses; Sustainability
  • 4.4 Policies; Mobility, accessibility and exclusion restrictions
  • 4.5 Methods of obtaining information
  • 4.6 Mobility modeling
  • 4.7 Smart infrastructures, planning and uses
  • 4.8 Public transport, active mobility and multimodality
  • 4.9 Shared mobility and mobility as a service
  • 4.10 Freight transport
  • 4.11 Electric vehicle
  • 4.12 Autonomous vehicles

Module 5. Smart Energy

  • 5.1 Introduction Basic concepts
  • 5.2 Energy Transition
  • 5.3 Distributed generation
  • 5.4 Smart Grids
  • 5.5 Electric vehicle
  • 5.6 IoT and the Energy Sector
  • 5.7 Digital Transformation in Energy

Module 6. Intelligent water management

  • 6.1 Vision
  • 6.2 Urban water management
  • 6.3 Opportunities and weaknesses
  • 6.4 Success stories

Module 7. Urban planning

  • 7.1 The city in history
  • 7.2 Technology and city
  • 7.3 City and planning
  • 7.4 Strategic planning
  • 7.5 Integrated models for Smart City
  • 7.6 Case studies
  • 7.7 Practical exercise

Module 8. Citizen Participation

  • 8.1 The concept of public participation
  • 8.2 The institutionalization of public participation
  • 8.3 Citizen participation in Spain
  • 8.4 NoSQL
  • 8.5 Citizen participation in Latin America
  • 8.6 The design of the citizen participation process
  • 8.7 Methodologies for citizen participation
  • 8.8 Citizen Participation and Smart Cities
  • 8.9 Case study

Module 9. Innovation

  • 9.1 Relationship between innovation and competitiveness
  • 9.2 Research, technological development, innovation
  • 9.3 The culture of innovation
  • 9.4 Innovative business strategy

Module 10. Big Data

  • 10.1 Objectives
  • 10.2 Context
  • 10.3 From data to strategic decisions
  • 10.4 Relational databases
  • 10.5 Data Management
  • 10.6 Business Intelligence
  • 10.7 Big Data
  • 10.8 Corporate Performance Management
  • 10.9 Analytics
  • 10.10 Scope of Analytics
  • 10.11 Internet of Things
  • 10.12 Digitalization in companies
  • 10.13 Project management
  • 10.14 Data protection
  • 10.15 Conclusions

Module 11. Artificial Intelligence

  • 11.1 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
  • 11.2 Brief history of AI
  • 11.3 Key concepts, agents and knowledge representation
  • 11.4 Troubleshooting
  • 11.5 Machine Learning I
  • 11.6 Machine Learning II
  • 11.7 BigData: Learning with millions of data
  • 11.8 Human-Machine Interaction: Artificial Vision and natural language processing
  • 11.9 The future of AI: ethical issues and diversity

Module 12. Location Intelligence

  • 12.1 Introduction
  • 12.2 GIS as smart city systems (mobility, risks, urban planning, location intelligence)
  • 12.3 Interdisciplinary urban GIS for smart cities (big data, geodata)
  • 12.4 Gis cloud in QGIS
  • 12.5 Case studies. GIS and Smart City

Module 13. Low consumption telecommunication

  • 13.1 Introduction
  • 13.2 Fundamental concepts
  • 13.3 Services for smart cities based on IoT
  • 13.4 Enabling technologies
  • 13.5 Telecommunications infrastructures
  • 13.6 IoT protocols
  • 13.7 Interoperability and standardization
  • 13.8 Platforms

Module 14. Cyber-Security

  • 14.1 What is cybersecurity?
  • 14.2 The person, the weakest link. Hacking techniques
  • 14.3 Preventive Plans
  • 14.4 Standards
  • 14.5 Plans Needed
  • 14.6 Hacking Examples

Module 15. Urban Economy

  • 15.1 Project Finance
  • 15.2 Meaning
  • 15.3 Sources of financing
  • 15.4 Structured Financing

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Faculty

Master Coordinator: Javier Dorao

Javier Dorao is the Innovation and Sustainability coordinator of the Castellana Norte District, the main promoter of the Madrid Nuevo Norte project (Former Operation Chamartín and the most important urban development in Europe).

Teachers:

Raffaele Sisto
CEO Smart

Daniel Sarasa
Smart City Zaragoza CEO

Alis Daniela Torres
ITU Consultant

Guillermo Velázquez
TRANSYT

Alberto Quintanilla
ABB innovation

Rocío Escobar
Isabel II Channel

Victoria Fernández Áñez
Urban planning and urban strategic planning

Marta Bescansa
Eptisa

Pablo Ignacio Hernandez Gonzalez
Financial consultant for large projects in AFI

Sandra Navarro
Business

Manu Diaz
Smart City Consultant at Mb3 Gestión

Asier González
Aqua Consultants engineers

César Bartolomé
Director of the Innovation Area of IECA, he is a Road, Channel and Port Engineer from the Polytechnic University of Madrid and MSc in Structural Engineering from the Heriot-Watt University of Edinburgh. In addition, he has completed a Management Development Program at ICADE Business School and is a fourth year undergraduate student in ADE by UNED.

Javier Garcia
Know in detail the performance of each professional that will accompany you during the course:

Author: It is the professional who has a thorough knowledge of each of the disciplines, being a reference in them and a professional of recognized prestige at national and international level. He is in charge of writing the contents, fundamental study material and base of the formative development.

Expert Professor: Being able to match the author, he is the person who guarantees that all the doubts and academic queries that the students have are resolved. In the same way, it participates in the different training activities (forums, colloquiums, etc.) that are necessary to guarantee the students' learning. Its performance is coordinated by the Engineer or Architect tutor that each course has assigned.

Structuralia Pedagogical Team: It is formed by professionals with extensive experience in e-learning training. They help students in their enrollment, in their access and management within the virtual Structuralia platform. They guide the training process and follow up the course to ensure that each and every one of the participants finish successfully and get the best possible training experience.

Program taught in:
  • Spanish

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Last updated October 25, 2019
This course is Online
Start Date
Feb 2020
Duration
1 year
Full-time
Price
4,490 EUR
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