Developing the Mobility of the Future with Car IT

With increasing digitization, electrification and, above all, automation, the automobile will increasingly be developed from the inside out in the future. In that regard, “Vorsprung durch Technik” is defined primarily by the development of groundbreaking software. That’s the job of Car IT. It involves the advanced sensors on an automated vehicle, intelligent communication between individual vehicles and their environment, and the safety of systems. Consequently, the employees in the development of automated driving/drivers’ assistance systems are working on the core of tomorrow’s mobility.
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Shaping the future of automated driving today

With automated driving, we are facing a real upheaval that will completely redefine our mobility and is comparable to the invention of the automobile and the first modern vehicles. We need digital innovations and investments in order to exploit the full potential of technology and bring it to the road. New technologies require agile and flexible ways of working – with modern methods and contemporary forms of collaboration. Whether it’s automated/assisted driving systems, cybersecurity, or developing digital ecosystems, we need specialists who want to focus on our customers, push our technological progress forward, and actively shape tomorrow’s mobility.

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100 Mio.

hours of operation

are required to prove the safety and performance of autonomous driving.

30 Billion


will be invested by The Volkswagen Group in digitization by 2026

40 Mio.


in the Volkswagen Group by 2030 with the new E3 electronics architecture

Join the Team

Driver assistance systems, electrification, automated driving: modern cars are inconceivable without sophisticated software. Digital “Vorsprung durch Technik” will soon be the decisive competitive criterion for Audi. To actively shape the mobility of the future, we are looking for employees who will passionately bring their expertise to our cars.

Highly automated driving is one of the biggest changes since the invention of the automobile. Designing them at Audi means taking responsibility.”

Jan Münchoff, Head of Driving Characteristics, Assistance Systems, and Automated Driving Development

Carmen Staudte, Front Radar Development Project Manager

”The nature of development work is changing dramatically. In recent years, we have evolved from a component orientation to a function orientation to systems engineering.”

— Carmen Staudte, Front Radar Development Project Manager

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Stefan Geiger, Project Manager

“Networked thinking is essential in our work. In fully automated driving, the car is >>always on<<. It becomes a mobile terminal device that constantly generates, processes, and learns from data.”

— Stefan Geiger, Project Manager for DAS/HAD Customer Functions as well as Project Manager and System Manager DAS/HAD System

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Tiantian Pan, Project Manager for Functional Development/Application for ADAS Driver Assistance Systems

„Audi offers many opportunities for personal and professional development all over the world. Each location presents different challenges. In the process, you constantly learn new things and grow both professionally and personally.“

— Tiantian Pan, Project Manager for Functional Development/Application for ADAS Driver Assistance Systems

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Christopher Schmidt, Regulatory Expert for Software Updates and Cybersecurity

„With increasing digitization, cybersecurity is becoming increasingly important. Safety is one fundamental element, especially when it comes to our vehicles’ highly automated driving functions. For this reason, we also use the potential within AUDI AG for development and work closely together.“

— Christopher Schmidt, Regulatory Expert for Software Updates and Cybersecurity

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Mario Keding, Project Manager for Environmental Radar Development

„What’s important is a pronounced affinity for future technologies and an inner desire to play an active role in shaping the future of mobility. People have to be passionate about cars, open, and able to work in a team.“

— Mario Keding, Project Manager for Environmental Radar Development

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