Catalysts for change

Catalysts for change

Transformation has become an important watchword for our mobility. The transition from the tried and true to modified modes of transportation that rely on highly complex technology calls for fresh thinking in a variety of areas—including design. Which raises the question, what shape will tomorrow’s mobility take? At the recently staged Audi design UNIverse final presentation, students provided exciting new impetus.

Welcome to the society of the future

Welcome to the society of the future

In no other city in the world are people as thoroughly digitally-minded as in Tallinn, Estonia. How does that change a society?

Highly modern networking

Highly modern networking

At the NIPS conference in Long Beach, California, in December, Audi subsidiary Audi Electronics Venture presented an innovative pre-development project: a mono camera that uses artificial intelligence to generate an extremely precise 3D model of the vehicle environment.

Next stop: the moon

Next stop: the moon

A Berlin-based startup aims to land a module carrying two rovers on the moon in the near future. Audi is part of this mission as a key technology partner and has been supporting the group of scientists for several years as they develop the two Audi lunar quattro vehicles.

Racing algorithms

Racing algorithms

The first racing series for autonomous vehicles, Roborace is about so much more than just showcasing the latest digital technology. It opens the door to the future of the automobile.

Tech inside

Tech inside

Each year in December, the Design Miami/ show brings together an international audience and creatives from the fields of design, architecture and urban planning. As the exclusive automotive sponsor, Audi is not only present behind the scenes but actively shapes the design show with its own installations.

A question of ethics

A question of ethics

The way we use private cars and public transportation to get from A to B will change radically in the coming years. This transformation raises issues that need to be clarified beforehand—including ethical ones. Audi legal expert Martin Siemann discusses the Ethics Commission’s report on automated driving.