Das österreichweite BMK-Innovationslabor für unbemannte Luftfahrtsysteme.
AIRlabs Austria is an Austria-wide BMK innovation laboratory for the development and operation of infrastructures of unmanned aerial systems.
With a strong partner network, AIRlabs Austria enables holistic test environments for unmanned aerial systems. As a publicly funded institution, we thus make an important contribution to strengthening Austria as a research and business location.
We identify ourselves as your one-stop-shop for research, development, validation and integration of unmanned aerial systems.
Specialized laboratories, climatic wind and icing tunnels, indoor drone halls.
Selected projects of AIRlabs Austria in cooperation with industry, research and public institutions.
Projekt 2 Beschreibung
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News and event information from AIRlabs Austria.
Wastewater treatment plant – orthophotos for flow analysis
Project number: 9.902.60006 Involved cooperation partners: Holding Graz FH JOANNEUM | University of Applied Sciences AIRlabs Austria Project Description/Methods: The project involves flying over the secondary settling tanks with an “open” category drone (in the control zone of Graz Airport) and taking orthophotos of all 4 settling tanks in order to test the applicability of such […]Read more
Icing tests to determine the collection efficiency of test objects in the FH JOANNEUM IWT (Icing Wind Tunnel)
Project number: 5.507.20002 Involved cooperation partners: RTA Rail Tec Arsenal FH JOANNEUM | University of Applied Sciences AIRlabs Austria Project Description/Methods: One focus for further development of icing possibilities for analyses in the Vienna Climatic Wind Tunnel is on the target group of multicopter and drones. In this context, liquid water content calibration is essential […]Read more
ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF THE RUINS OF BAD SCHWANBERG
Project number: 2.3201 (Knowledge building project) Involved cooperation partners: FH JOANNEUM | University of Applied Sciences AIRlabs Austria Project Description/Methods: The overall objective of this project is to investigate how UAS can support archaeological excavations in a meaningful way. What sensors are needed to detect structures – some of which are buried in the ground […]Read more
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