Artificial Intelligence "Made in Germany"

5 June 2019

The German Aerospace Center (DLR) is inviting representatives from research, industry and politics to Berlin for an exclusive symposium on the subject of "Artificial Intelligence - Made in Germany". Prof. Axel Schulte (right in the picture) and Yannick Brand (HAT.tec, left in the picture) introduce themselves with a tandem talk in the thematic block AI in Aeronautics. This format offers the opportunity to show not only our research but also the transfer of the results into the economy. HAT.tec is a spin-off of the Chair of Aircraft Dynamics and Flight Guidance and stands for "Human Autonomy Teaming Technologies GmbH". The name of the spin-off is a programmatic statement. In their joint presentation, Schulte and Brand show how intelligent software agents are used to support cockpit crews and for the cooperative operation of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). At least as important as the algorithms of Artificial Intelligence are what we call design patterns for the agents' cooperation with the human user. The Chair of Aircraft Dynamics and Flight Guidance has many years of experience in the development and testing of such human agent teams, HAT.tec offers application-oriented solutions for industrial partners. Needless to say that the symposium in Berlin with its top-class participants offers numerous opportunities to make new contacts