- Cluster Building And Industrial Site Development
- Development And Management Of University Sites
- Talent Management And Qualification
- Technology Transfer And Management Of Scientific Collaborative Projects
The DZM will contribute to the further development of Germany as a mobility location into an internationally visible pioneer for the mobility of the future. The DZM orchestrates a network structure that bundles existing cross-modal and intersectoral capacities and resources and creates new ones in a targeted manner.
Founded in 2012, ZD Automotive is a limited liability company under German law based in Großmehring near Ingolstadt and provides products and engineering services for vehicle infotainment systems, connectivity, ADAS as well as autonomous driving. On July 1, 2012, ZD Automotive concluded a cooperation agreement with TUM International GmbH.
Together with the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, TUM International has developed a web-based Sustainability Calculator to estimate the monetary return on sustainability investments in existing or new industrial areas in the regional program Cooperation Platform Latin America North (COPLAN).
Together with the park operator Mainsite, TUM Interantional developed a competence center for its Initiative for Interdisciplinary Regional Development (IIRD). Pilot applications are the logistics center and the expansion plans of Mainsite for the Industrie Center Obernburg (ICO).
The Cork Harbour Economy displays site- and geolocation specific advantages which shall be unlocked through an international investment strategy. The focus will be on local and multinational corporations and SMEs as well as world-leading clusters and future key-enabling technologies.
In Kutaisi, Georgia’s third largest city, a new university has been created in 2020 with the goal of becoming a leading education and research centre in Georgia and the larger region. The Kutaisi International University (KIU) has been built based on the model of Technical University of Munich (TUM).
Since 2015, TUM International has operated the Center of Technology and Knowledge Transfer (CTKT), a program that creates and optimizes synergies between Evonik Operations GmbH and the Technical University of Munich.
Together with Siemens, TUM International GmbH (TUMint) manages the Siemens Research and Innovation Ecosystem (RIE) Munich, which emerged from the Siemens Center of Knowledge Interchange (CKI) at TUM. The lead university is TUM.
Based in Cybercentre in Pahang Technology Park, Malaysia the "Asia Center of Excellence for Smart Technologies" (ACES) is a joint venture of ECERDC (East Coast Economic Region Development Council) and TUM International GmbH.