The Institute for Automotive Technology at TH Nuremberg is pushing the frontiers of large diesel engine technology and has commissioned a set of specialized probes from Vectoflow to help understand engine intake and exhaust flows.
Here is a video from the German Accelerator about Vectoflow and the U.S. market.
In this video you can see our wind tunnel in action.
You are currently developing an UAV or a drone? You need date on 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? We are currently developing a small, robust air data system made up of a probe for three dimensional flow measurement and the measurement electronics that outputs all relevant flight data directly and digitally.
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.
Ten STEM interested girls in the age of 10-14 years visited Vectoflow last Thursday.
The Federal President was surprised how filigree and precise the probes of Vectoflow are manufactured. “We have specialized in the 3D printing of very precise geometries. In this way, we can build the smallest multi-hole probes in the world”, Kreitz adds.