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Database of research projects

02.09.2013 |
Cabins and Cabin Systems

SIMKAB – Simplified Cabins

In the SIMKAB joint project, the TUHH Institute of Aircraft Cabin Systems is looking at “Authentication and User-Roles as an Aspect of Airliner Cabin Management Systems”. [more]

22.10.2012 |
Cabins and Cabin Systems

PEREC – person-centred reconfigurable cabin

Investigating the organisational and technical possibilities for improving travel conditions for the disabled and persons with reduced mobility. [more]

01.10.2012 |
Cabins and Cabin SystemsEco-EfficiencyLeading-Edge Cluster Competition

LiKab – Perception of light and cabin climate

The DLR Institute of Aerospace Medicine is investigating how the colour of light in the aircraft cabin influences a passenger’s perception of temperature. This can make it possible to reduce the load on air conditioning, thus... [more]

05.09.2012 |
Cabins and Cabin SystemsLeading-Edge Cluster Competition

MDIS - Modular Decentralised Inflight Entertainment System

MDIS is developing hardware and software components which will be integrated to form an advanced IFE (Inflight Entertainment) system that can be distributed as a decentralised complete system. [more]

04.09.2012 |
Aircraft and Aircraft SystemsCabins and Cabin SystemsLeading-Edge Cluster Competition

Cabin technology and multifunctional fuel cells

New system concepts are developed in this flagship project. The focal point is on the deployment of fuel cells in commercial aircraft and the associated innovations for cabin technologies. [more]

05.09.2012 |
Aviation ServicesAircraft and Aircraft SystemsCabins and Cabin SystemsAir Transportation SystemMaterialsEco-Efficiency

CARE - Working together for green flying

In the EU CARE project, nine European aviation clusters are working to promote regional research in green aviation technologies [more]

10.09.2012 |
Cabins and Cabin SystemsEco-EfficiencyLeading-Edge Cluster Competition

InKa – innovative cabin systems

With the InKa project, the German Aerospace Center (DLR) is pursuing the goal of optimising modular components in the air supply system inside the aircraft, thereby improving both efficiency and comfort in the aircraft cabin. [more]

05.09.2012 |
Cabins and Cabin SystemsEco-EfficiencyLeading-Edge Cluster Competition

Aircraft Seat Rails

Bishop GmbH has shrunk aircraft seat rails to 1 centimetre and tested new concepts made of aluminum and CFRPs. The result: the rails are lighter, more flexible, and stable. [more]

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