The THI already has a large number of institutes and research projects in the field of mobility:

Core mission of the AI Mobility Node

Within the framework of the AI Mobility Node, the basic competences and research results are to be built up in order to achieve significant innovative leaps in the field of AI-based mobility systems of the future. The core mission of the AI Mobility Node is to use the tools of artificial intelligence to develop innovations for the design of sustainable mobility ecosystems and to research and establish new methods of artificial intelligence from its application. The focus is on designing autonomous mobility in the 2nd and 3rd dimension. This requires the generation and intelligent processing of mobility data as well as their utilisation by different users. Applications of autonomous mobility are to be validated, experienced and examined in their economic, ecological and social dimensions. In addition to researching AI-supported mobility approaches, the use of AI methods in automotive production and product development is also a research topic.

Cluster of the AI Mobility Node

With the existing resources and own contributions of the THI as well as the additional AI research professorships funded within the framework of the High-Tech Agenda Bavaria, a nationally visible AI Mobility Node is to be created at the THI. This will consist of three application clusters and one cross section cluster, which will be interlinked and mutually beneficial.

Application cluster

Cross section cluster


Scient. director AININ; Programme director and Acadmic Advisor "Automated Driving and Vehicle Systems" (Master)
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Botsch
Phone: +49 841 9348-2721
Room: H024