incampus opens in Ingolstadt: Ground for new ideas

A picture of Christof Messner, Managing Director of IN-Campus GmbH and Audi Events and Services GmbH; Peter Bosch, CEO of CARIAD; Gernot Döllner, Chairman of the Board of Management of AUDI AG; Markus Söder, Bavarian Minister President; Christian Scharpf, Lord Mayor of the City of Ingolstadt; Norbert Forster, Managing Director of IN-Campus GmbH and Board Member of IFG Ingolstadt AöR and Dennis Hartmann, Overall Project Manager incampus and Project Manager New Vehicle Safety Center, standing at a lectern and placing their hands on a red button.
  • Official opening of the incampus after seven years of soil remediation and development
  • Modern technology park with a sustainable energy concept offers space for projects ranging from an IT Center to a Vehicle Safety Center
  • Joint venture between Audi and the city allows for a unique transformation story and advances development of the site

Ingolstadt. After seven years of extensive soil remediation and construction, the time has come. The official opening of the incampus technology park was attended by Minister-President of Bavaria Markus Söder and Mayor of Ingolstadt Christian Scharpf. On the former refinery site, Audi and its partners will work on the future of mobility. Audi already has a new Vehicle Safety Center and an IT Center at the site, and the Volkswagen Group’s software company CARIAD also has its biggest tech hub there.

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