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Technical University of Dresden Wind Tunnel © Jürgen Frey

Technical University of Dresden Wind Tunnel

Dr Veit Hildebrand, head of the Experimental Aerodynamics Working Group at at the Technical University (TU) Dresden, took over what was then the chair in Applied Aerodynamics and Wind Tunnel Technology at the Technical University (TU) Dresden. He gave ARTS an insight into his work with the wind tunnel at the Technical University of Dresden.

May 2017   167 views
Aircraft noise and aircraft noise protection

Aircraft noise and aircraft noise protection

Air traffic noise is a constant subject of discussion in public debate, politics, and the media. In this article, you will learn how aircraft noise is generated and what noise protection measures are taken against it.

May 2017   275 views
Artificial intelligence conquers space © Thomas Fester

Artificial intelligence conquers space

Artificial intelligence is a widely discussed topic. The possible applications for artificial intelligence are enormous, with many possibilities relating to space flight. Learn more about the latest developments in artificial intelligence for space exploration in our blog article.

May 2017   354 views
Juan de la Cierva and the autogyro – a revolution in helicopter design © Gregor Behling

Juan de la Cierva and the autogyro – a revolution in helicopter design

The name of the Spanish engineer and aviation pioneer, Juan de la Cierva, is closely associated with the invention of the auto-rotating gyrocopter. Powered by the airstream the rotor generates the necessary uplift and enables a low weight and a slow flying speed. Juan de la Cierva revolutionised the way helicopters were built – learn more about his achievements and the role autogyros are playing today.

May 2017   594 views
The five biggest mistakes you can make in a job application © ARTS

The five biggest mistakes you can make in a job application

A flawless and impressive application is often a minimum requirement for getting your dream job. However, it is not uncommon for one or two mistakes to make their way into your documentation. What are the biggest mistakes that candidates can make in their written applications? And how can these errors be avoided?

April 2017   663 views
Process optimisation at Airbus with the help of ARTS © Airbus S.A.S.

Process optimisation at Airbus with the help of ARTS

Mechanical Engineer Kevin Czibor was working for ARTS and Airbus in Hamburg. With his support, statistical process control was introduced at the Airbus A330 section 16. In the interview, he talks about the challenges he faced and his passion for aviation.

April 2017   931 views
Aircraft Interiors Expo 2017 – Three days full of future flight experience © ARTS

Aircraft Interiors Expo 2017 – Three days full of future flight experience

The Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) 2017 in Hamburg, the trend and developments trade fair for aircraft interiors, is already over. This year’s AIX focused on the passenger and his (digital) flight experience. I spent three days on a tour of discovery and adventure.

April 2017   882 views
Dornier Do 24 – A milestone in aviation history © Simon Willson/AirTeamImages.com

Dornier Do 24 – A milestone in aviation history

With the development of the Dornier Type 24, which was capable of flying over the ocean, the German aviation pioneer Claude Dornier, achieved an important milestone in aviation history in 1937. A flying boat, equipped with a floating fuselage and three powerful engines, became renowned worldwide, with a total of 313 aircraft being built.

April 2017   768 views
ARTS creates own logistics system for the Airbus A350 wing section © Nejron Photo/Shutterstock.com

ARTS creates own logistics system for the Airbus A350 wing section

ARTS has successfully concluded another project with its Bordeaux-based customer, Airbus. The aim was to include the creation of an in-house materials management and logistics system to record and store components in the Airbus A350 wing section. In this blog, the project manager, Christian Rost, reports on the challenges and processes that arose during project delivery.

March 2017   682 views
Women in aviation © ARTS

Women in aviation

Women sought and found the way to aviation at an early stage, but only established themselves as professional pilots with large airlines in the 80s. Today women in the sector are indispensable both in commercial and technical professions.

March 2017   1380 views
Small how to guide for your online application

Small how to guide for your online application

What you should take into consideration when writing and submitting an e-mail application, as well as how you should complete an online form.

March 2017   586 views
12 application myths uncovered

12 application myths uncovered

There are a great many myths surrounding the application process. We have identified the twelve most common half-truths and take a closer look at them.

March 2017   542 views
Supersonic speed through swept wings © pixabay, Aleksandra2016

Supersonic speed through swept wings

Adolf Busemann laid the foundations for supersonic flight over eighty years ago, with his concept of swept wing aircraft. It was Busemann who made it possible for us to fly further and faster.

March 2017   1652 views
Entry-level salaries in the aviation sector © pixabay, Taken

Entry-level salaries in the aviation sector

What do skilled workers earn in the aviation sector? Get an overview of possible earnings and learn about the factors that have an effect on salary levels.

February 2017   1433 views
The fundamentals of body language in job interviews © Antonio Guillem/Shutterstock

The fundamentals of body language in job interviews

In the following blog article, you will learn how to tailor your body language to a job interview in order to leave a positive impression.

February 2017   885 views
A journey through the history of electric aircraft – It is almost half a century since the first manned, electrically propelled flight © HB-Flugtechnik GmbH

A journey through the history of electric aircraft – It is almost half a century since the first manned, electrically propelled flight

Seventy years after the first motorised flight, the Austrian Brditschka family successfully made a manned flight powered with an electric motor. The first flight in 1973 was unmatched for ten years, and was entered into the Guinness Book of World Records. But for a long time now the family firm of HB Brditschka has not been alone in the market - in my blog article you can learn what milestones have been achieved by the electric plane, among others, since 1973 and what was extraordinary about what the expert Heino Brditschka achieved then.

February 2017   783 views
On tour with the Airbus A380 Door Modification Structure Repair Crew – Christian Rost, ARTS Solutions project manager and Airbus A380 expert, gives a glimpse behind the scenes of the A380 Door Modification project © ARTS

On tour with the Airbus A380 Door Modification Structure Repair Crew – Christian Rost, ARTS Solutions project manager and Airbus A380 expert, gives a glimpse behind the scenes of the A380 Door Modification project

An unusual sound from a Singapore Airlines passenger door in 20141 led the Federal Aviation Administration to publish an airworthiness directive (Airworthiness Directive - AD2) for all Airbus A380 machines that were already in operation: All 16 passenger doors have to be subsequently reinforced. Christian Rost, project manager for the A380 Door Modification project, is working with a structure repair crew for ARTS Solutions to implement this project worldwide. The structure repair crew travels to the maintenance company3 authorised by Airbus and modifies the A380 machines on-site during their downtime. In this blog article, Christian talks about his role in the project, and the exciting moments that the structure repair crew experience on a daily basis.

January 2017   1088 views
The ten most common questions in job interviews - Questions you should be well prepared for © fotolia

The ten most common questions in job interviews - Questions you should be well prepared for

All sorts of typical questions might come up in a job interview so, in order to ensure that you emerge victorious, we recommend that you find out about the company in detail in advance in order to prepare yourself. After a short introduction to the company by the HR interviewer, you will generally be asked a series of different questions. This article contains some of the most common questions and some tips to ensure you’re well prepared for them.

January 2017   590 views
Lilium Jet: Electric Plane of the Future? – The Lilium Jet: An Innovation in Aviation © Lilium Aviation

Lilium Jet: Electric Plane of the Future? – The Lilium Jet: An Innovation in Aviation

Young engineers from Munich are developing an innovative aircraft inspired by well-known science fiction film ‘The Fifth Element'. Designed by Lilium Aviation, the Lilium Jet is an electrically powered, vertical takeoff and landing jet. It does not need a runway. Read more about the conception and development of the electric jet in my blog post.

January 2017   760 views
Hugo Junkers: Pioneer of Commercial Aircraft – The Legacy of Hugo Junkers and Otto Reuter © San Diego Air and Space Museum Archives

Hugo Junkers: Pioneer of Commercial Aircraft – The Legacy of Hugo Junkers and Otto Reuter

Hugo Junkers significantly shaped the history of aviation. His technology drove further development. His particular revolution was a very special wing design. How Hugo Junkers changed the aviation industry and what innovations he created are discussed in this blog article.

January 2017   299 views