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Gianluigi Liva on "Communication Techniques for Large Scale Satellite IoT Systems"
Gianluigi Liva on
In this talk, Munich Aerospace research group coordinator Dr. Gianluigi Liva from the German Aerospace Center (DLR) discusses the main challenges, from a communication theory perspective, entailed by the development of large scale satellite IoT systems.
Satellite networks addressing the data collection from massive populations...
Global Aerospace Campus panelists from 5 countries on "Advanced (Urban) Air Mobility"
Global Aerospace Campus panelists from 5 countries on
Whether for commuter traffic, freight transport or disaster control - new air traffic concepts should make everyday life easier and be climate-friendly at the same time. This requires not only new business models, but also technological innovations. The aircraft of the future must fly as...
Munich Aerospace Executive Mirko Hornung on "Advanced (Urban) Air Mobility" at MTL CONNECT 2021
Munich Aerospace Executive Mirko Hornung on
With the significant progress in battery storage, sensor and communication technologies as well as computational power, Munich Aerospace Executive Board Member Professor Mirko Hornung provides an overview about the vast number of small to large flying demonstrators developed and tested in the last years. Beside...
Global Aerospace Campus announces Space Safety Online Course
Global Aerospace Campus announces Space Safety Online Course
How can we prevent satellites colliding? How can satellites be protected from meteorite impacts? How important are satellites in today’s age? Experts from the European Space Agency, Technical University of Munich, German Aerospace Center, Bundeswehr University Munich and Ludwig Maximilians University Munich address all these...
Global Aerospace Campus announces first international MOOC "Urban Air Mobility"
Global Aerospace Campus announces first international MOOC
Worldwide scientists and aerospace experts are getting prepared for the first international Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Urban Air Mobility.
Stay current on: www.global-aerospace-campus.org
MOOC: Digitalisation in Aeronautics and Space
MOOC: Digitalisation in Aeronautics and Space
Digitalisation is changing our society and the working world, creating new processes and radically altering existing workflows. Aerospace is being impacted like every other scientific field and innovation without digitalisation is no longer conceivable. The three-part MOOC series “Digitalisation in Aeronautics and Space” is thus...
Global Aerospace Campus: Production Automation
Global Aerospace Campus: Production Automation
A growing number of variants and increasing quality requirements are daily challenges for production companies. Our online course on "Digitalisation in Aeronautics and Space" gives insights in the latest scientific ideas for Industrie 4.0.
Further information: www.global-aerospace-campus.org
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Global Aerospace Campus: Cooperating Robotics
Global Aerospace Campus: Cooperating Robotics
Find out about the planning, design and task-oriented programming for human-robot-collaboration. Our online course on "Digitalisation in Aeronautics and Space" gives further insights in innovations in production technologies.
Further information: www.global-aerospace-campus.org
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Munich Aerospace

Combining research, graduate programmes and teaching, Munich Aerospace has succeeded in institutionally interlinking its four member institutions Technical University of Munich (TUM), Bundeswehr University Munich (UniBwM), German Aerospace Centre particularly its institutes located in Oberpfaffenhofen (DLR), and Bauhaus Luftfahrt (BHL).

The nexus of business, research and public policy, Munich Aerospace links great diversity of scientific and technical expertise, sets key research objectives, identifies new research goals and promotes the Munich region as an international centre for technology, the sciences and further education in the field of aerospace now and in the future.

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