Modern automobiles and aircraft would be unthinkable without information technology: it controls airbags, intelligent chassis and anti-lock brake systems as well as flight control and flight navigation systems.
The degree course in Aircraft and Vehicle Informatics provides precisely the qualification required for this technology: based on examples, case studies, internships and project work, it is geared consistently towards typical applications in automotive and aviation development.
This is not a course on autopilot, but one that takes students directly to the interfaces between electronics and information technology on the one hand and aircraft/cars on the other. The core study phase is geared towards typical applications in software development in the automotive field and in avionics (aircraft, helicopters, drones). When it comes to specialising, students choose either the automotive field or avionics.