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Aerospace Industry

  • Text
  • Space
  • Plane
  • Aviation
  • Drone
  • Satellite
  • Aircraft
  • Brandenburg
  • Berlin
  • Aerospace

Aerospace Industry 4 The network for your success Selected aerospace companies and research institutes in the capital region Drives and engines 2 1 MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg GmbH Rolls-Royce Deutschland Ltd. & Co. KG Maintenance, repair und overhaul (MRO) 3 Lufthansa Bombardier Aviation Services GmbH 4 Lufthansa Technik AG 5 easyJet Airline Company Limited 6 Ryanair DAC Testing/Simulation 7 AneCom Aero Test GmbH 8 Element Materials Technology Berlin 9 FTI Engineering Network GmbH 10 FTT Deutschland GmbH 11 Rolls-Royce Mechanical Test Operations Centre GmbH (MTOC) General aviation 12 APUS Group 13 AQUILA Aviation International GmbH 14 GmbH 15 STEMME AG Suppliers 16 Holmberg GmbH & Co. KG (HOLMCO) 17 MTU Maintenance Coating Services GmbH 18 PACE Aerospace Engineering and Information Technology GmbH 19 Philotech Systementwicklung und Software GmbH UAV/ UAS 20 ArrowTec GmbH 21 DROTEC 22 Germandrones GmbH 23 sitebots GmbH 24 Tholeg Civil Protection Systems Small satellites and space travel 25 AIRBUS Defence and Space 26 Astro- und Feinwerktechnik Adlershof GmbH 27 Berliner Glas Group 28 German Orbital Systems GmbH 29 LiveEO GmbH 30 MAGSON GmbH 31 Planet Labs Inc. 32 Planetary Transportation Systems GmbH (PTS) 33 Space Structures GmbH 34 VECTRONIC Aerospace GmbH Initiatives and networks 1 BBAA Berlin-Brandenburg Aerospace Allianz e. V. 2 CURPAS e. V. 3 DroneMasters GmbH 4 European Aviation Security Center e. V. 5 New Space Berlin 6 agrASpace, Luft- und Raumfahrttechnologien im Dienste der Landwirtschaft Incubators 1 Lausitz Science Park 2 Technologiepark Adlershof 3 Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt Schönefelder Kreuz (ZLR) Research, education, training 1 Berliner Hochschule für Technik 2 Berufsfortbildungswerk gGmbH (bfw) 3 beSpace GmbH 4 Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus-Senftenberg (BTU), Lehrstuhl Aerodynamik und Strömungslehre 5 Center for Hybrid Electric Systems Cottbus (CHESCO) 6 DAI Labor 7 Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR) 8 Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V, Institut für elektrifizierte Luftfahrtantriebe, Cottbus 9 Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. Institut für CO2-arme Industrieprozesse, Cottbus 10 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University 11 Fraunhofer-Institut für Angewandte Polymerforschung (IAP) 12 Helmholtz-Zentrum Potsdam Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum GFZ 13 Lufthansa Aviation Training GmbH 14 Panta Rhei gGmbH – Forschungszentrum für Leichtbauwerkstoffe, Cottbus 15 PtX Lab Lausitz, Cottbus 16 Technische Hochschule Berlin, Institut für Luft- und Raumfahrt 17 Technische Hochschule Wildau, Studiengang Luftfahrt technik/ Luftfahrtlogistik 18 TRAINICO GmbH

Aerospace Industry 5 Strong research, excellent networking The capital region is one of the world-leading aero space regions. The location of Berlin-Brandenburg, with six million residents and as a political, scientific and economic centre, is connected to other growth markets via Europe’s major transport routes, and offers aerospace companies excellent growth prospects and a high standard of living for their employees. Practice-related research and development Over 50 universities and around 200 public and private research institutes in Berlin and Brandenburg make up one of Europe’s densest research networks. Aerospace industry companies and innovative suppliers alike benefit from the expertise of TU Berlin and BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg, TH Brandenburg, TH Wildau, Beuth Hochschule, and the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, as well as the expertise of German Aerospace Center sites, and the Max Planck, Helmholtz, Leibniz and Fraunhofer institutes. Highly trained and motivated employees Some 7,500 highly trained experts currently work in the region’s aerospace companies. In total, around 17,000 people are employed by aviation-related businesses in the capital region. This means that a highly trained and motivated workforce is on hand for all aerospace industry-related occupations and trades in Germany’s capital region. ILA Berlin – leading innovator in aerospace The world’s oldest aviation show ILA is a leading international specialist trade exhibition in the aerospace industry. Featuring specialist conferences and an appealing flight programme, it is an extremely popular meeting place for the industry. ILA Berlin is held every two years at the Berlin ExpoCenter Airport on the western outskirts of the Berlin Brandenburg Airport BER. BER – Berlin Brandenburg Airport The Berlin Brandenburg Airport BER provides long-term impetus for further economic development in the region. This international airport means that the capital region has a modern and efficient aerospace infrastructure which facilitates the optimal further development of these growth sectors. The good connection to the international markets and additional intercontinental links – in addition to the capital region’s location assets – offer investors ideal conditions for entrepreneurial success. The Airport Region Team based in Schönefeld is the first port of call for companies interested in establishing themselves in the airport region. BBAA – the aerospace network The Berlin-Brandenburg Aerospace Alliance (BBAA) is the regional economic association for the aerospace industry. Capital region stakeholders involved in the industry, ranging from manufacture, research and development to economic development, use this network to pool their potential. The BBAA coordinates and supports established R&D cooperation, particularly on issues such as energyefficient and low-emission air travel, digital solutions in aerospace, and New Space. CURPAS e. V. CURPAS e. V. is a leading network which pools the competencies of UAS manufacturers, research institutes, users, and system houses in order to launch joint projects and work together on strengthening the interests of unmanned aircraft systems.The field of activity comprises unmanned mobility and logistics solutions of all kinds, whether for water, land, rail, or air. Excellent networking One of the region’s particular strengths is the excellent networking within the Cluster Transport, Mobility and Logistics. Various communities, networks and associations provide support for R&D cooperation and offer informative and innovative formats for regular, industry-specific communication.

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