ARTS Blog & Press

  • expertise4innovations
  • Patrick Holland-Moritz
How artificial intelligence is changing industry – and everyday life. © Wolfram Schroll

How artificial intelligence is changing industry – and everyday life.

Artificial intelligence is taking over everyday life. Voice assistants aim to make our lives easier, cars are learning how to drive themselves, and in the not-too-distant future, the first drones could be taking passengers to their destinations – with no pilots whatsoever. What is less well known is how artificial intelligence is becoming more prevalent in industry and manufacturing.

  • Success-Stories
  • Christian Rost
A380 Door Modification with ARTS © ARTS

A380 Door Modification with ARTS

Christian Rost, project manager for ARTS and an A380 expert, provides an insight behind the scenes of the A380 Door Modification Project. He discusses his role on the project and the exciting highlights that the Mobile Aircraft Maintenance Crew (MAMC) experiences on a daily basis.

  • Aerospace Innovation
  • Christian Vetterlein
The animal kingdom as a template for aerodynamics in industry

The animal kingdom as a template for aerodynamics in industry

When technology learns from nature, it is referred to as bionics. The methods by which lotus flowers repel water, geckos’ feet offer extraordinary adhesion, or dragonflies manage to fly through the air are some of the best examples of innovations that humanity has copied from the animal kingdom. In the field of aerodynamics, engineers are now working to use nature in their quest to optimise the behaviour of aircraft, vehicles and other objects as air flows over them.

  • Job Market
  • Theresa Heinig
Deploying an international, skilled labour force at ARTS in Germany

Deploying an international, skilled labour force at ARTS in Germany

Many international workers dream of working in Germany, not least because it provides a superb way for them to develop their careers. Providing them with a chance to work in Germany represents an opportunity both for them and for German businesses. ARTS approached three international colleagues with questions about their experience.

  • expertise4innovations
  • Patrick Holland-Moritz
Antennae: Research into greater safety and security in aviation © Wolfram Schroll

Antennae: Research into greater safety and security in aviation

Antennae used in aircraft must operate reliably under extreme conditions. To achieve this, researchers carry out measurements in anechoic chambers – and, from time to time, even draw inspiration from the natural world.