Within the framework of the ADAPT project, future propulsion technologies are to be evaluated. The focus here is particularly on hydrogen combustion.
EU-funded project to develop a man-machine draping process for large CFRP aircraft structural components.
Factory of the Future
The project "Factory of the Future" is a DLR-wide project, in which a total of ten institutes is involved.
A tool-based methodology for developing software for dynamic robot teams.
Thermoplastic composites, thermoplastic advanced fibre placement (T-AFP), in situ consolidation (ISC), flashlamp heating, continuous ultrasonic welding (cUS), resistance welding (RW), MFFD project
The project Urban Rescue deals with the different rotorcraft configurations (helicopters and eVTOLs) that are necessary for urban rescue scenarios.
HoTStufF & Fast Lane
A joint research project to develop a thermoplastic rear pressure bulkhead demonstrator and the associated process technology.
In the BayLu project "LIGHT", new helicopter doors are to be developed for the next generation of medium-heavy helicopters.
As part of the project, methods and standards are being developed for the use and development of digital twins at DLR.
This project is for the realization of a radically lightweight aircraft fuselage to achieve maximum flight range with minimum energy consumption.
The research project NEUTRON is investigating technologies, designs and materials that will enable the future use of hybrid-electric propulsion systems in helicopters.
Within the framework of this project, an open infrastructure for machine learning is being developed that makes it possible to automatically create AI models for productive use based on existing process data and to exchange them across company boundaries.
In this project, an easy-to-use and yet adaptable framework for process support is to be created by the project partner WOGRA AG. The framework allows existing plants to be upgraded cost-effectively.