Aerospace of tomorrow: the DLR stand at ILA 2012

DLR researchers work non-stop to make aviation safer and more environment-friendly. On its 600 square metre stand at the Aeronautic and Space World, DLR will be showing, among other things, how engines can be made lighter to improve their environmental credentials, materials that will be used in the aerospace sector in the future. DLR researchers will be demonstrating how they can use knowledge they have gained from aviation to make wind turbines more efficient and quieter DLR scientists are not only working on new propulsion concepts for aircraft, but also on new, alternative fuels.

You will find an overview of the DLR exhibits here:

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DLR stand at ILA 2012

DLR stand at ILA 2012

At the International Aerospace Exhibition (Internationale Luft- und Raumfahrtausstellung; ILA) 2012 in Berlin, the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft und- Raumfahrt; DLR) will be displaying their research in the aerospace sector with more than 70 exhibits at the DLR stand (Hall 4), the Space Pavilion, the open-air area and the static display.


  • Booklet: DLR at ILA 2012 (7.68 MB)