E-fuels in Aviation: Less CO2 Emissions Thanks to Synthetic Kerosene?

International air traffic is to grow CO2-neutrally from 2020 onwards. E-fuels can contribute to this.

Humans and machines: strong and healthy together

Rather than creating superhumans for production, exoskeletons are intended to leverage physical ergonomics to facilitate work for employees and protect them against making harmful movements that can lead to diseases of the musculoskeletal system in the medium and long term.

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Unmanned Life: Wings for the Internet of Things

With its Autonomy-as-a-Service architecture, Unmanned Life enables the deployment of an entire fleet of autonomous drones that can simultaneously perform a variety of complex functions.

German Aviation Innovation Award: Profitable ideas for the aviation sector

Innovative power and high levels of practical feasibility – that’s what the German Aviation Innovation Award is all about. This year, the winning entries included a helicopter with counter-rotating rotors, a fuel cell to supply on-board systems, a fully-networked production line for aircraft doors and a miniature probe to service turbine blades based on the model of medical endoscopy.

At an Altitude of 10,000 Meters: Conferences about Flying

On some long-haul flights, Lufthansa passengers can now take part in very special conferences: in FlyingLab, for example, the airline presents innovations designed to make flying smarter and more comfortable.

German Aviation Innovation Award: Profitable ideas for the aviation sector

Innovative power and high levels of practical feasibility – that’s what the German Aviation Innovation Award is all about. This year, the winning entries included a helicopter with counter-rotating rotors, a fuel cell to supply on-board systems, a fully-networked production line for aircraft doors and a miniature probe to service turbine blades based on the model of medical endoscopy.

E-fuels in Aviation: Less CO2 Emissions Thanks to Synthetic Kerosene?

International air traffic is to grow CO2-neutrally from 2020 onwards. E-fuels can contribute to this.

Humans and machines: strong and healthy together

Rather than creating superhumans for production, exoskeletons are intended to leverage physical ergonomics to facilitate work for employees and protect them against making harmful movements that can lead to diseases of the musculoskeletal system in the medium and long term.

Cargo sous terrain wants to move freight transport underground

From Geneva to St. Gallen and from Basel to Lucerne, an underground tunnel system measuring a total of 450 kilometers in length is to be built.

E-fuels in Aviation: Less CO2 Emissions Thanks to Synthetic Kerosene?

International air traffic is to grow CO2-neutrally from 2020 onwards. E-fuels can contribute to this.

Humans and machines: strong and healthy together

Rather than creating superhumans for production, exoskeletons are intended to leverage physical ergonomics to facilitate work for employees and protect them against making harmful movements that can lead to diseases of the musculoskeletal system in the medium and long term.

Cargo sous terrain wants to move freight transport underground

From Geneva to St. Gallen and from Basel to Lucerne, an underground tunnel system measuring a total of 450 kilometers in length is to be built.

Optimal engine maintenance with the help of virtual reality

Engine manufacturer MTU Aero Engines launched a pilot project at the beginning of 2018 aiming at making maintenance of aircraft turbines faster, more efficient, and even safer. Partners in the project include the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg.

Optimal engine maintenance with the help of virtual reality

Engine manufacturer MTU Aero Engines launched a pilot project at the beginning of 2018 aiming at making maintenance of aircraft turbines faster, more efficient, and even safer. Partners in the project include the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg.

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