As part of the “In Focus” series, the “Ethical Challenges of Automated Driving” event was held for the first time on March 11, 2019 at TU Graz. After a transition phase, automated driving will dominate future traffic on the roads. This is accompanied by a number of technical, political, legal and ethical challenges. It is the responsibility of the technicians involved in the relevant developments to be aware of these challenges and to participate in the decisions in an informed manner. This is especially true since some of the ethically relevant decisions will influence automated driving technologies. Five experts, two of them external to the TU, presented their points of view in fishbowl format and then discussed these, with the possibility of participation for the listeners. The aim of the event was to open up discourse within Graz University of Technology in terms of technology assessment. The focus of the discussion was the interaction of technical aspects, economic use cases and the resulting effects on the functionality and use of autonomous vehicles. This publication presents the outcomes of this event to a wider public.