Automotive Development in 1:x

AUDEx virtual reality headset

AUDEx enables students to undertake modern development tasks using realistic remote-control vehicles and applying the tools commonly used in industry. The vehicles are fitted with cameras and micro-controllers as well as sensors and actuators in order to enable them to develop and implement complex control algorithms. In addition, the vehicles can be controlled via a motion system, thus making it possible to assess how the autonomous development impacts the driving experience for drivers and passengers. 

Using scaled vehicles, AUDEx makes it possible to experience, in the truest sense of the word, the development process – including the development of components and functions, the evaluation of different chassis set-ups, and autonomous driving tasks – in both the virtual and the real world.

Project Leader
Prof. Dr. Dirk Engel