Topics of Future Mobility

The topics of the mobility of the future - united in the part-time Master's degree program Mobility Systems Engineering and Management. For those who don't just want to run along.

Learn why and how in the part-time M. Sc. in Mobility Systems Engineering and Management.

Is Testing a Requirement? HECTOR School, KIT

Is Testing a Requirement?

We say YES: No requirement without testing and no testing without requirement is the maxim. Especially with today's challenges in automotive EE systems such as ADAS or alternative powertrains, testing is essential for quality improvements and final product releases.

Learn why and how in the part-time M.Sc. in Mobility Systems Engineering and Management.

Is AI Key? HECTOR School, KIT

Is AI Key?

In the tension between increasing traffic and noise levels, little space in urban areas and the need for alternative energy: Where will we find our mobility of the future? We say Artificial intelligence is a key enabling technology to master this transition to highly-individualized, environmental-friendly and autonomous mobility systems.

Learn more in the part-time M.Sc. in Mobility Systems Engineering and Management.

ADAS HECTOR School, KIT

ADAS: A Relaxed and Safe Driving Experience?

ADAS support drivers in potentially dangerous everyday situations, such as pedestrian detection, lane departure warning, traffic sign recognition, automatic emergency braking or blind spot detection. It not only makes driving safer, but also brings back a more relaxed driving experience.

Choose the ADAS specialization in the M.Sc. Mobility Systems Engineering and Management to find out more about services for more safety and comfort when driving.

Is Connectivity Smart? HECTOR School, KIT

Is Connectivity Smart?

The future of vehicles and infrastructure is connected as smart software applications and over-the-air connectivity drive future vehicle innovations. This connectivity must be all encompassing, reliable and protected to keep us secure.

Prepare yourself to take innovation to the streets with a M.Sc. in Mobility Systems Engineering and Management.

Will we release control to autonomous driving? HECTOR School, KIT

Will we Release Control to Autonomous Driving?

The move toward fully autonomous vehicles (Level 5) that are able to sense their surroundings and drive without human involvement requires an evolution in the electronic architecture.

We lift you up to the next level with a M.Sc. in Mobility Systems Engineering and Management.

Is Systems Engineering the Means? HECTOR School, KIT

Is Systems Engineering the Means to an End?

A series of decisions cannot be made in one discipline alone. The complexity of future mobility requires a cross-system approach with systems engineering. After all, new functions can only be realized if the software and numerous electronic control units work together.

We say if mobility is the end, systems engineering is the means. See how this is meant in the M.Sc. in Mobility Systems Engineering and Management.

Digital Transformation: Risk or Opportunity? HECTOR School, KIT

Digital Transformation: Risk or Opportunity?

Speed up now to deploy in future solutions for the automotive and industrial sectors. New requirements (e.g. fail-operational, cyber security), technologies (connectivity via 5G, neural networks, future computing platforms) and topics (data analytics, artificial intelligence) enable new business models and customers.

Get on board - don't miss the train with a M.Sc. in Mobility Systems Engineering and Management.

Smart Sensors - so Seductive? HECTOR School, KIT

Smart Sensors - so Seductive?

Sensors and cognitive control units detect and communicate with the environment, recognize other vehicles and other road users, and understand and predict their behavior and that of the driver. But what uncertainties can arise in perception and how are they to be assessed?

Our actuator is a Master's program - what do your sensors say?

A Sustainable Future With E-Mobility? HECTOR School, KIT

A Sustainable Future With E-Mobility?

Electric cars are the beginning of a new interplay between energy and mobility. Powered by renewable energy, e-mobility will be a central component of a smart and resource-conserving urban lifestyle.

Create a sustainable future and choose the e-mobility specialization in the M.Sc. in Mobility Systems Engineering and Management.

Security & Safety = Curse and Blessing? HECTOR School, KIT

Security & Safety = Curse and Blessing?

The increasing level of automation and (over-the-air) connectivity between vehicle, infrastructure and cloud services enables numerous additional functions that enhance convenience, but also security. At the same time, it opens up opportunities for intrusion that need to be protected from unauthorized access.

We trust in a part-time M.Sc. in Mobility Systems Engineering and Management to learn more.

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Master in Mobility Systems Engineering & Management

Processes, methods and tools to solve the challenges of future mobility in e-drive, autonomous driving, communication-over-the-air, and worldwide release & configuration management are introduced in regards to engineering and management.

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