Vectoflow develops new flow probe in collaboration with the Technical University of Munich

Vectoflow continues its efforts in improving existing flow measurement systems continuously and developing innovative new probes in order to be able to meet the requirements of our customers.

The latest example is the start of a collaborative development project together with the Chair of Aerodynamics and Fluid mechanics of the Technical University of Munich (http://www.aer.mw.tum.de/en/home/). The goal is to develop a new innovative multihole flow probe, bringing together the experience of both partners, who already have a long history of mutual support. The development team is supervised respectively by Dr. Christian Breitsamter on the TUM side and by Dr. Christian Haigermoser on the Vectoflow side. The collaboration is financed by the ZIM program (https://www.zim-bmwi.de/), which supports especially the development of highly innovative products in Germany.

Both, Vectoflow and TUM are looking forward to a fruitful collaboration and a successful product launch at the end of the project.