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Future Mobility & Management

Flexible, efficient and environmentally friendly: Social and political framework conditions, but also changing user behaviour, are driving the transformation to sustainable mobility. With this in mind, it is clear that the conceptualization, creation and management of new transport and mobility systems requires a broad understanding of the current and future infrastructure and vehicle technologies.

The Future Mobility and Management specialization addresses these factors of change in the mobility and transport sector, providing the participants with a broad spectrum of knowledge and helping them to expand their specific decision-making skills so that they can develop and apply new technologies and business models.

Modules of the specialization

  • Module: Digital Transition in Mobility and Transport
  • Module: Vehicle Technologies
  • Module: Mobility Systems

Target groups

Specialists and managers; technical, commercial and/or strategic decision-makers; project managers

  • in the automotive industry, as well as related supplier and service provider industries
  • in traffic planning and management
  • working on the development, maintenance and management of public transport systems
  • from public authorities and institutions related to the design and development of future transport systems and mobility concepts

Academic and consulting experts

  • with an interest in future, digital vehicle technologies, new mobility concepts and mobility systems


  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering, Computer Science
  • Construction Sciences, Architecture / Urban Planning

Module: Digital Transition in Mobility and Transport

In this module, you will be given a systematic overview of the technological transformation in the mobility sector. This includes basic information about vehicle technology (e.g. mechatronic systems, electrification, automation) as well as influencing factors and boundary conditions related to the transformation to sustainable passenger and freight transport. The effects of these factors on mobility management are also discussed.

Module: Vehicle Technologies

This module emphasizes digitalization in automotive engineering and the development of knowledge and skills that enable strategic developments to be made. For this purpose, we cover mechatronic systems in vehicles, automotive control unit architectures and data networks, sensor systems and electrical actuators in detail, but also discuss certain complex automotive systems, such as those used in drive technology or automated driving. In addition, we look at the effects of digitalization on the design of development projects and their management.

Module: Mobility Systems

Building on knowledge acquired in the two previous modules, this module enables you to gain highly specific knowledge of mobility systems. In addition to individual mobility forms, public transport systems and mobility services in passenger and freight transport are covered. In addition, the corresponding technological innovations are discussed, both in terms of vehicle technologies and in the areas of infrastructure and mobility management. This includes the use of alternative drive systems, automated and autonomous vehicles as well as the development of new business models, multimodal and flexible mobility systems and intelligent traffic management. Customer requirements, mobility behaviour and mobility demands play essential roles here.

Specialisation Manager

Mario HIRZ
Assoc.Prof. DI. Dr.techn.

Deputy Head Institute of Automotive Engineering,
Group Leader Automotive Mechatronics, TU Graz

The transformation that is taking place in passenger and freight transport is being driven by the quest for sustainable mobility and increasing automation. Both innovation drivers are closely connected to digitalization – this presents not only challenges but also many opportunities, introducing new possibilities for the development, deployment and management of technologies for vehicles and infrastructure.



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