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  • March 8th, 2022

    The Daimler Center for Automotive Information Technology Innovations (DCAITI) specializes in future scenarios in automotive electronics. The institute was created in 2006 as a joint initiative of Daimler AG and the Technische Universität Berlin.

  • The goal of our work is to shape automotive innovations through information technology applications. A speciality of DCAITI is that we can explore novel automotive electronics applications in our own research vehicle.

  • A team of motivated researchers from the TU Berlin is conducting the various research projects at the DCAITI. They work in joint cooperation with the development departments at Daimler AG and Fraunhofer Gesellschaft.

  • March 11th, 2022

    My research and teaching interests are currently focused on (secure) car-2-x communication, Internet-based telematic services, and simulation for cooperative vehicles.

  • In recent years, revolutionary developments and trends could be monitored in the automotive domain. Connected cars and automated driving, collaborative mobility are just a few of these topics. Embedding vehicles into a greater mobility network by established communication links between vehicles and other vehicles, but also between traffic management centres, traffic lights, other means of transport, pedestrians, pollution sensors etc. is one of the key approaches here.

  • January 27th, 2022

    The assessment of new solutions for connected and automated mobility requires sophisticated tools. In this context, we at the DCAITI develop solutions for the holistic simulation of mobility applications. The MOSAIC simulation framework offers a flexible tool to setup sytem simulations for smart and connected mobility, while PHABMACS offers a platform for rapidly prototyping novel driver assistence systems.

  • Starting from October 2020, VSimRTI is open-source and is distributed as Eclipse MOSAIC under the Eclipse Public License.

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  • March 8th, 2022

    MOSAIC is a multi-scale and multi-domain co-simulation framework for the assessment of new solutions for connected and automated mobility. The Open Source version Eclipse MOSAIC offers everything you need to assess smart mobility scenarios, while the enhanced version MOSAIC Extended provides further tools and models, such as the vehicle dynamics simulator PHABMACS.

  • March 5th, 2022

    Physically realistic simulation allows for quick prototyping of cooperative Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) for vehicles and VRUs. PHABMACS can simulate complete virtual vehicle environments including vehicle dynamics, sensors, HD lane accurate road infrastructure and communication elements.

  • March 8th, 2022
  • March 17th, 2022

    The chairs from DCAITI offer the following lecture courses with focus in the mobility and automotive domain in cooperation with the DCAITI.

  • January 26th, 2022

    Das Seminar bietet einen breiten Überblick über die Herausforderungen und Forschungsschwerpunkte im Bereich der teil- und vollautonom fahrenden Fahrzeuge.

  • January 26th, 2022

    Unsere Projekt-Veranstaltungen vermitteln euch methodische und praktische Kenntnisse durch die Umsetzung einer technischen Lösung in einem Team ähnlich zu dem Vorgehen in der agilen Vorentwicklung. Die theoretischen Grundlagen erhaltet ihr zusätzlich in unseren Vorlesungen und Seminaren. Das echte Verständnis von Lösungen und Lösungsansätzen bekommt ihr jedoch nur in der Kombination mit unseren praxisorientierten Projektthemen.

  • January 26th, 2022

    Diese Vorlesung gibt einen Einblick in die Grundlagen der Informationstechnik im Kraftfahrzeug. Dabei werden die verschiedenen Elektronik-Domänen des Fahrzeugs erläutert und Bezug genommen auf die Anforderungen des autonomen Fahrens.

  • January 26th, 2022

    Wir vermitteln die Grundlagen vernetzter und automatisierter Mobilität. Die Vernetzung und Automatisierung der Fahrzeuge und Reisenden verspricht den Verkehr zukünftig sicherer und effizienter zu machen. Vernetzte Mobilitätsanwendungen adresieren alle Reisenden und dabei insbesondere auch Fahrradfahrer:innen und Fußgänger:innen.

  • March 7th, 2022

    In this area of our web site you can see all your registered lecture courses, download lecture material, and review your grades.

  • This is your personal download page, where you will find the lecture notes of all your subscribed lecture courses.

  • March 12th, 2022

    These project topics are part of our teaching curriculum. They provide an insight on what is currently trending in the automotive industry. Active participation in our project lecture courses will teach you the skills and methods currently in demand in the industry. Topics range from working on our development vehicles to smart data analytics. Additionally, you will be able to explore how connected mobility application can be brought to bikes and pedestrians via smartphones.

  • The goal of our work is to shape automotive innovations through information technology applications. A speciality of DCAITI is that we can explore novel automotive electronics applications in our own research vehicle.