We are moving!

First of all happy Easter! We hope that you enjoy a few days off. At the same time Vectoflow is busy preparing to move to our new building. It is just across the street. There we will have more than 2000 square meters available. More than enough for the moment and our growth. We are […]

Swiss AM Guide 2018 – How 3D printing revolutionizes measurement technology

“The application case of Vectoflow impressively shows how tailor-made flow measurement technology can be fabricated for many different areas. The advantages of additive manufacturing regarding design, size and material are leveraged in a targeted manner and combined with expertise in measurement technology. In this way, it is possible to offer customized flow measurement probes, which […]

Magazine article in Maschine+Werkzeug (German)

The “Maschine+Werkzeug” (machine and tools) magazine published an article on how we use additive manufacturing at Vectoflow. Only through this technology we are able to provide you with our innovative products in almost any shape you want them. Full article as PDF (german only) provided by Maschine+Werkzeug in the 2018-01 issue.

Vectoflow Seeks Pilot Customers for New Airdata System

You are currently developing an UAV or a drone? You’re interested in airspeed, pitch and yaw angles, barometric height as well as air temperature? And you want to use this data live or later for performance analysis and control? In that case we have something new to offer! Current prototype customers like Lilium Aviation (developing […]

Vectoflow voted Best Automotive Aerodynamics Supplier

During this year‘s edition of the Advanced Automotive Aerodynamic Conference Vectoflow was voted the „best automotive aerodynamics supplier“ by the top-flight attendees. The annual conference, this year held in Manchester, covered topics like passenger car, truck and race car aerodynamics. The conference had a very high quality and a wealth of networking opportunities, with the […]

News in the 3D-Printing-Sector

Vectoflow visited one of the largest 3D-Printing trade fairs – Formnext in Frankfurt, Germany – this year and we brought some interesting news. after presenting their 3D-printer, EOS P 500, EOS is planning further developments within the 3D-printing sector. Agreements have been made with the chemical company Arkema for developing a new high-tech polymer. There […]

Vectoflow clears another founder award

Katharina Kreitz, one of Vectoflow’s three founders, did not only convince the jury of the German founders web platform Unternehmerheld (Translates to “entrepreneur hero”) last week. The crowd also voted in her favour at the live pitch event. True to the motto „Enjoy the ride“ of this entrepreneur-week’s 6th edition called „Gründen, Fördern, Wachsen“ (found, […]

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 ( […]

Head of DLR visits Vectoflow

Prof. Dr. Pascale Ehrenfreund, Chair of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) Executive Board, visited Vectoflow at the ESA Incubation Center in Oberpfaffenhofen (AZO) on 4 July 2017. During her visit, Prof. Dr. Ehrenfreund met Katharina Kreitz and Stefan Bilz from Vectoflow and talked about future business and collaboration opportunities. The DLR is open for innovations […]

Successful ASME Turbo Expo 2017 in Charlotte, USA

This year’s ASME Turbo Expo was again a success for Vectoflow. One of the largest turbomachinery conferences was held in Charlotte N.C., USA in the last week of June. 3500 attendees and deciders from universities and businesses across the world came to exchange the latest knowledge in research and development. Vectoflow took part as one […]