Our colleague Nora Metzner participated in the EULE consortium meeting the week before last, where among other things the current project progress, current work as well as planned tasks for this year were discussed.
The EULE research project implements a safe transport of medical goods by highly automated unmanned aerial vehicles (UAS) in the Rhineland area. As part of the project, Droniq ensures safe airspace integration with the help of its UTM traffic management system.
Project partners: RWTH Aachen University, Institute of Flight System Dynamics as consortium leader, flyXdrive GmbH, Docs in Clouds GmbH, City of Aachen, Droniq GmbH, Aachen University of Applied Sciences, RWTH Aachen University Hospital, Vodafone Germany
Funded by: Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Affairs
(from left to right): Philipp Hartmann (Aachen University of Applied Sciences) | Michael Bösinger, (Vodafone) | Antonio Gonzalez (flyXdrive GmbH) | Philipp Müller (Chair and Institute of Flight System Dynamics, RWTH Aachen University) | Nora Metzner (Droniq) | Sebastian Herbst (Vodafone) | Ann-Kristin Sturm (Chair and Institute of Flight System Dynamics, RWTH Aachen University | Sebastian Seitz (Chair and Institute of Flight System Dynamics, RWTH Aachen University) | Johanna Holsten (flyXdrive GmbH) | Niklas Zimmermann (Docs in Clouds GmbH) | Karina Schmunk (Docs in Clouds GmbH) | Dieter Moormann (RWTH Aachen University) | Michael Czaplik (Docs in Clouds GmbH) | Milos Bogovac (University Hospital RWTH Aachen University) | Dhenya Schwarz | City of Aachen | Lukas Hildebrand (University of Applied Sciences Aachen)