Executive Vice President, Development Electrics/ Electronics
Audi goes digital
Digitalization has a significant effect on the automotive world. New business models, new competitors and an increasing demand for new mobility solutions require a rethinking of the classical vehicle development.
Audis way to meet these challenges in the electronic development are three key technologies: A sustainable electronic architecture, a seamless integration of the vehicle into its environment as well as the usage of artificial intelligence. This is the base for future digital services, autonomous driving and a seamless end-to-end user experience for the customer.
Dr. Thomas M. Müller was born in 1971 in Dudweiler and studied Physics. He started his professional career in 1999 at BMW Group in Munich. There he worked internationally in different strategic and operative management positions, for example in the development of electrical and electronic systems. In the area of business IT Müller accelerated the digitization of business processes. From 2009 to 2012 he was Director Connected Car at BMW Group. Subsequently, Müller went on to Volvo Car Group as the Vice President Electrical & Electronic Systems Engineering. In 2014 he additionally took over responsibility for the unit E-Propulsion (electric drive) and from 2015 he has held the position of Vice President Electrics/Electronics & Chassis.
Since December 2016 Dr. Thomas M. Müller is Head of Electrics/Electronics of AUDI AG.