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IMC is based on proven trolleybus systems that are largely standardised and operating in almost 300 cities across the world. Global standardisation allows trolleybuses from any bus manufacturer to operate in any city worldwide. Battery electric trolleybuses with In Motion Charging (IMC) are highly effective technology with huge economic and environmental potential: High passenger capacity, an infinite range, uninterrupted 24/7 operation, the flexibility of off-wire service and energy-efficient emission-free travel. IMC is particularly suited for high-pace, high-volume operations, such as long vehicles operating at high frequency or at elevated commercial speeds on electric bus rapid transit (e-BRT) routes, in challenging environments requiring strong air conditioning or heating.
The course is aimed at providing an overview of best practices and solutions of in motion charging systems and trolleybus. This training is open to all relevant learners and will be delivered via 7 online sessions of 2 hours across 2 weeks from.
UITP Training Programmes and all related processes are certified for ISO29990:2010 – the standard for learning services for non-formal education and training.
All UITP trainers are top level transport and mobility professionals with extensive experience in public transport and operations from different regions of the world e.g. Eastern, northern and central Europe to East Asia on e-mobility systems, electrical and mechanical engineering, artificial intelligence, e-bus, trolley motion, zero-emission bus systems, electric traction and sustainable mobility. In addition, UITP invites guest speakers to illustrate specific solutions, practices, and case studies.