Audi Brussels offers an extensive range of challenges for engineers. The various production departments have different robots and (semi-)automated installations that must be efficiently managed. This, along with the fact that we, at Audi, want to continually improve in what we do means that, as an engineer, you will always get varied and innovative tasks. In concrete terms, this means providing technical advice in diverse areas, improving installations, optimising production processes, developing production methods (division of tasks, workplace design) and monitoring projects from A-to-Z. Both at our Pre-Series Centre, where test models are built, and in the Quality Department, the focus is on analysing, developing and monitoring procedures for dynamic and static quality tests.