The mobility sector is facing the greatest challenge in its history due to the electrification of engines, the use of alternative energy sources, significantly changed business models and digitalization.

In Lower Saxony alone, more than 200 small and medium-sized companies are based in the mobility sector. Including the entire value chain, the sector provides more than 600,000 jobs, approx. 70% in SMEs. To meet the challenges of their industry, many companies in the mobility industry rely on support, which they can find here in the DAISEC.

AI and Digitalization in the mobility sector

Artificial intelligence and digitalization are becoming increasingly important in the field of mobility. A major focus is on the digitalization of mobility carriers and mobility systems along with the business models based on them, as well as on the digitalization of product creation, from the initial idea to detailed development and production, operation, and end-of-life utilization. In this context, AI in the mobility sector is used, among other things, for the analysis of data, for the intelligent control of traffic, in the form of driver assistance systems or for the realization of self-driving vehicles.

Cybersecurity in the mobility sector

The increasing digitalization in the mobility sector enables the realization of novel mobility concepts, the implementation of vehicle functions or the optimization of traffic flows and flows of goods. To ensure an efficient and robust application, these AI and computer-controlled processes must be protected against cyberattacks. As a result, the topic area of "cybersecurity" is becoming increasingly important for the mobility sector and must be taken into account during product development and use. DAISEC supports with its consulting and learning offers to increase cybersecurity in companies.