Specialization Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

Participants in the Master of Science in Mobility Systems Engineering and Management can specialize in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). 

With the specialization in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, you will be empowered to bring the future of mobility to the road.

Safe, comfortable and efficient driving: Driver assistance systems help the driver and the vehicle. From driver information and recommendation systems to fully automated driving. Vehicles will need to be increasingly adept at perceiving and understanding their surroundings, interacting and negotiating with their environment, making decisions, acting and reacting autonomously, predicting the consequences of these decisions, and learning from experience.

Autonomous, connected, and shared driving has the potential to improve traffic flow, reduce congestion, and reduce the amount of space needed for traffic.

Dive deep into the topics of:

  • Driver Assistance Systems
  • Auto Control Systems
  • Driveability
  • Traffic Engineering and Control
  • Car-to-X Communication


Hands-on sessions complete the teaching
Become an expert of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

Driving Intelligence: In a modern vehicle, sensors and cognitive control units recognize and communicate with the environment, other vehicles and other road users. Based on detailed user, vehicle, road, infrastructure and traffic data and using predictive green routing and vehicle operation management, a safe, comfortable, energy- and time-efficient journey is realized.

Dive deep into the topics of:

  • Automotive EMC Technology and Lighting
  • Mobile Perception Systems
  • IT Safety and Security

And gain hands-on experience in a Platooning project!

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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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Specialization E-Mobility

Drive technologies and topologies must be re-evaluated with regard to the overarching goal of climate and environmental protection. Learn more about the technical components of both electric and hybrid vehicles from scooters to cars to the powertrain in this specialization of our M.Sc. in Mobility Systems Engineering and Management.

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