One of the most modern data centers in Germany.
Modern data center with reduced power consumption.
The batteries of electric vehicles can accommodate the excess power generated by wind power plants at night. Press picture for T-Systems.
The research aircraft Antares DLR is powered by fuel cells. Commissioned by bild der wissenschaft.
E-bikes are distributed to employees of city authorities.
The Vento mobile Stuttgart University can go against the wind that drives it. Commissioned by bild der wissenschaft.
The air-binding surface of the fern Salvinia is the template for energy-efficient ship hulls.
A prototype and scientific electric vehicle in development on the hydraulic ramp. Commissioned by Audi AG.
Battery research: Overcharging a Li-ion cell (pouch cell) generates this fire.
In one of the most advanced recycling units for the construction industry sand is reobtained.
Mixed construction waste is separated again into its components.
A conveyor belt feeds fresh material into the recycling plant.
The Etamax biogas plant produces gas from biological waste from the nearby wholesale market for gas vehicles.
Taking a sample from the reactor of the Etamax biogas plant.
Filling up a gas vehicle at the Etamax biogas plant in Stuttgart.
This EnBW coal power plant in Altbach / Deizisau has an efficiency of 43.8 percent. Commissioned by bild der wissenschaft.
A large fuel cell at a server farm of T-Systems in Munic delivers electric power and heat. Commissioned by T-Systems.
Volkswagen and Lichtblick show their power plant for home use on a trade fair. Commissioned by Mitbestimmung.
Solar architect Rolf Disch over the rooftops of its Solar Settlement in Freiburg.
The prototype of an RFID chip is tested at the point probe station. Auftrag: Evonik Degussa.
This bionic grip of Festo AG in Esslingen is able to grasp very sensitive. Commissioned by bild der wissenschaft.
Climate chamber in the automotive industry.
3D fiber printer robot at the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA in Stuttgart-Vaihingen.
A lift helicopter helps with the installation of a barrel-heavy DVB-T transmission antenna at the top of the radio tower at the Stuttgart Frauenkopf. Commissioned by Deutsche Telekom AG.
Developed at the University of Stuttgart this wooden roof positions actively against the wind. Press picture for Bosch Rexroth AG.
State of the art logistics enable extremely rapid creation of complex buildings. Commissioned by: Audi AG.
A test track is paved. New asphalt aggregates are to make the road softer and more durable. Commissioned by Evonik Degussa.
This Suction excavator remotely lifts trenches for laying of cables.
The Steinbühltunnel is under construction and part of the rail project Stuttgart-Ulm.
For the first time this ICE 3 operated by Deutsche Bahn AG provides a mobile hotspot for broadband internet access on board. Commissioned by Deutsche Telekom AG.
Painted vehicle bodies waiting in this fully automatic intermediate storage of Audi AG for their further processing. Commissioned by Audi AG.
Hundreds of people try out large touchscreens on a trade fair. Commissioned by Deutsche Telekom AG.
Mother and daughter at the supermarket. RFID chips transmit products data to the display. Auftrag: Evonik Degussa.
Photomontage for a press release on a video-conference system. Commissioned by Deutsche Telekom AG.
Experimental setup for a dynamic stability test of a femoral component
with shaft extension at Aesculap in Tuttlingen.
The survival rate of premature births increased considerably by the use of technology perfectly adapted to their needs. Commissioned by DER SPIEGEL.
Premature-infant in a incubator gets a treatment with a light beam at the premature baby unit of University Hospital at Ulm. Commissioned by DER SPIEGEL.
Dry water is produced by combining water with quartz and is used in the cosmetics industry. It can also bind dasTreibhausgas CO2. Commissioned by Evonik Degussa.
Organ Printer: At the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA, research is being conducted on a printer for organic material.
Visitors with 3D-tracking-spectacles enjoy a virtual 3d-display of a human body at the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) of the University of Stuttgart. Commissioned by Deutsche Telekom AG.