Congratulations to our TUM Autonomous Motorsport team for achieving a solid 2nd Place in the Indy Autonomous Challenge Simulation Race! [more]

Bei der 10. Tagung Automatisiertes Fahren dreht sich alles um die aktuellen Herausforderungen automatisierter Fahrzeuge. Im Mittelpunkt stehen die Konzepte und die bereits realisierten Ansätze zur Gestaltung der neuen Technologien, sodass diese gesellschaftlich akzeptiert und... [more]

In order to make research and teaching at FTM accessible to the public, an official YouTube channel has recently been launched. To kick things off, the entire lecture series Autonomous Driving Software Engineering was made available. In the future, more lecture content and... [more]

The Munich Cluster for the Future of Mobility in Metropolitan Regions (M Cube), under the leadership of the Technical University of Munich (TUM), is among the winners of the German government’s Clusters4Future competition. M Cube will be launched in October 2021 and will receive... [more]

Are you interested in an interdisciplinary student project, mobility innovation and hands-on research experience abroad? The European Mobility Venture (euMOVE) will enter its second round in the summer semester of 2021 and offers students from all disciplines the opportunity to... [more]

In the context of the research project aCar Mobility the Chair of Automotive Engineering recently had the opportunity to introduce itself to a delegation of the Ethiopian Consulate General in Frankfurt am Main. Ambassador Bereded Animut and Consul Ubah Mohammed showed great... [more]

Would you like to join the Indy Autonomous Challenge Team of the Technical University of Munich with a student research project in the coming semester? The Chair of Automotive Technology and the Chair of Control Engineering at the Technical University of Munich are participating... [more]

The application phase for globalDrive 2020/2021 has started. Applications are possible until 14.08.2020. You can find more information about the project on our website. [more]

In the last three years, numerous algorithms and tools for autonomous driving have been developed in various research projects here at the FTM Institute. This software is then extended by special data sets. All this knowledge has been made available on Github Open Source and... [more]

Once again, the Institute of Automotive Engineering and the Chair of Automatic Control from TUM have joined forces to set up a research team of 13 PhD students in the field of autonomous motorsports. This team has successfully registered for the Indy Autonomous Challenge and will... [more]