About RTI Aviation
Between 1999 and 2015, Austria’s public and private sector invested approximately 400 mio Euros in research, technology and innovation projects in the field of aviation. Thereof, nearly 50 mio Euros were earmarked for transnational projects between Germany’s LuFo and Austria’s Take Off funding program.
It is evident that these investments positively impacted the development of the national economic sector and will play a crucial role in the future as well.
This page focuses on Austria’s 15 years’ dynamic growth and the research, technology and innovation strategy for aviation published in 2015. In addition, the relaunched Austrian research and innovation funding program “Take Off 2015 - 2020” is introduced to offer a glimpse of existing research competencies and facilities. A short description of the Icing Wind Tunnel in Vienna – the world’s largest so far – rounds up the practical explanation.
The Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology has formulated the FTI Aviation Strategy 2020+.
29. April 2019, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Austrian Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology, Radetzkystraße 2, 1030 Vienna, Room EA 08
At the Mission Innovation Austria Week Pre-Event state of the art of AI and 5G technologies and ongoing projects will be presented and discussed.
May 6th 2019, 13.00 h
Hotel Allegria, Golfstraße 1, 7551 Stegersbach
This workshop is part of the workshop-series “City of the Future in Practice”, inwhich practice relevant R&D results of the technology program “City of the Future”are presented and discussed.
08. May 2019
University of Technology, Eindhoven, NL
The international public workshop on PVT technology provides the opportunity to learn about the latest developments in international research, development and commercialisation of PVT-Systems.