There is a wide range of space for tests on the ground and in the air: indoor area hangars 1 - 4 and a secured or open-ended outdoor test area on the ground. A secured outdoor net for tests in the air is planned for the near future.
In addition to the test areas on the innovation park area, the office can broker other offers from partners. The foundation can also provide access to special infrastructure (including workshops, laboratories, 3D printers, laser cutters).
Operations in robotics or autonomous driving require space and need floor area for their tests. This is already available on indoor and outdoor areas on the Innovation Park site and on the airfield after consultation with the office.
In order to meet the heavy demand, test infrastructures are planned for all forms of mobility in the future.
A variety of indoor drone tests are already possible in Hangar 3 today. Approximately 500 square meters of open space and a height of five meters are available in Hall 3 for mobility testing. The video gives an insight into into the flexibility of the using options.
Thanks to the infrastructure of our partners in aeronautics, a wide range of flight tests are already possible.
Slots for non-commercial test flights can be organized in consultation with the office.