With its High-Tech Agenda Bavaria, the Bavarian state government has introduced the Ingolstadt area as a hub for mobility topics in the Free State.

Strong partnerships between Ingolstadt University of Applied Sciences, Aschaffenburg University of Applied Sciences, Landshut University of Applied Sciences and Regensburg University of Applied Sciences, as well as the surrounding non-university research institutions and industry, are driving scientific findings and their implementation in the field of future mobility.


and 6 test facilities in the field of mobility, production and vehicle safety in the Ingolstadt urban area. More info

AI Labs

with state-of-the-art equipment will be set up at Ingolstadt Technical University by 2026. 


are researching artificial intelligence in mobility in Ingolstadt – you can find many of them here.


and 1 technology transfer center are located in the region: brigk, brigkAir, CoE, EGZ.

mobility news

On October 5, the first Bavarian Artificial Intelligence Conference Ingolstadt came to an end. On two days, lectures and workshops were offered around the topic of AI. baiosphere works closely with the organizer AImotion Bayern as the main partner.
Experts from science and business discussed the potential of AI in in mobility, public transport, and production on October 4th and 5th. With four tracks and multiple live demonstrations, visitors got to "look under the hood" of mobility research!
Strong network: baiosphere is one of the new members of the Urban Air Mobility Initiative Ingolstadt since June 27. Mobility in the 3rd dimension is the efficient solution for the future of aviation.

Universities and institutions

Test fields and test facilities


The professors of mobility in the Hightech Agenda Bavaria. Here we present three randomly selected researchers, click on the button below to see our whole network.

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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Botsch

Professor for Vehicle Safety and Signal Processing, Institute AImotion Bavaria, TH Ingolstadt

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Prof. Dr. Harry Wagner

Professor for Intermodal Mobility and Artificial Intelligence, 

TH Ingolstadt

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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Kefferpütz

Professor for Autonomous Cooperating Systems, Institute AImotion Bavaria, TH Ingolstadt

The node spokesman is Prof. Michael Botsch, Ingolstadt University of Technology.

For organizational questions please contact Dr. Christian Lösel, Managing Director AImotion Bavaria