The primary objective of DLR aerospace research activities is to enhance the competitiveness of Germany and Europe's aerospace and air transport industries and making the fast-growing air transport sector efficient, environmentally friendly and sustainable.
As Germany's space agency, DLR conducts research in a wide range of applications for space: from robots for the ISS to cameras for spacecraft. This gallery will show you some of DLR's contributions to the field of space research.
From the car of the future to the Next Generation Train. These galleries showcases DLR's work in the field of transport.
As the foundation of all economic, public and private life, the energy supply plays an important socio-economic role. The rising cost of fossil fuels and climate issues show the urgency in the need for action.
Highly-developed technologies, systems, concepts and expertise that originate in the world of science are already helping to ensure that capability profiles derived from various different scenarios are well served, thereby assisting with the resolution of conflicts and crises.