Austrias Autonomous Mobility and Autonomous Driving Ecosystem Landscape - the map for autonomous driving and automated mobility in Austria.
The Landscape, initiated by Digitrans and the Automobil-Cluster OÖ, now offers in the updated version 2022.2 an even better overview of all participating companies, institutions, research and educational facilities as well as current research projects and use cases in the field of autonomous driving in Austria. The first edition of the “Autonomous Mobility Ecosystem Landscape Austria” was presented and published for the first time in January 2022. Thanks to the outstanding positive feedback from numerous companies and institutions, version 2022.2 has now been published. We thank all participants for their engagement and input.
Goals and Benefits of the "Autonomous Mobility Ecosystem Landscape Austria"
The “Autonomous Mobility Ecosystem Landscape Austria” acts as:
- “Compass” for quickly finding one’s way through the jungle of versatile technologies and possible applications
- Networking tool for potential cooperation partners for funding and research projects
- Springboard for driving forward the topic of “Autonomous Driving” more quickly in Austria
- Tool for visualization and structuring of the entire ecosystem around Autonomous Mobility in Austria
- Map for politics and stakeholders, Upper Austrian supplier industry, users and international clusters as well as cities and regions interested in autonomous mobility and transport solutions.
Presentation of the first edition of the “Autonomous Mobility Ecosystem Landscape Austria” at the Digitrans Office. From left to right: Michael Ehrenbrandtner, MA (Marketing Manger DigiTrans GmbH), DI Eva Tatschl-Unterberger, MBA (CEO DigiTrans GmbH), Ing. Florian Danmayr, MA (Cluster Manger, Automobil-Cluster OÖ), Dipl.-Ing. Wolfgang Kurz (Project Manager Automobil-Cluster OÖ) © DigiTrans GmbH
Details about the "Autonomous Driving Landscape Austria"
The “Autonomous Driving Landscape Austria” was co-developed together with students from Steyr University of Applied Sciences, department: Global Sales and Marketing under the leadership of Dr. Harald Hammer, MBA. It provides a structured overview of the entire ecosystem in the field of autonomous driving in Austria. A total of around 200 companies, institutions, research and educational facilities, as well as current research projects and use cases that contribute to the Austrian research and industrial landscape in the field of autonomous driving could be covered.
Further information, details on the clustering logic and how you can participate with your company can be found on the project website of Automobil-Cluster Upper Austria