ILA Berlin 2018 – Bauhaus Luftfahrt plans to present numerous innovations

Booth View/Image: Bauhaus Luftfahrt

This year Bauhaus Luftfahrt will have its own booth (Hall 2, Booth 403) at ILA Berlin – the most innovative trade event for the aerospace industry – from April 25th to 29th, 2018. The futurologists from Munich promise to have a lot of innovative food for thought and discussion in their luggage, which has the potential to fundamentally change the air transport system.

On 43 square metres, the think tank not only plans to present its own technological concepts and operational solutions (see below), but also Continue reading “ILA Berlin 2018 – Bauhaus Luftfahrt plans to present numerous innovations” »

“Friendship” is the guide to the Rheingau Music Festival 2018

Cuveehof, Johannisberg Castle/Foto: RMF

From the 23rd of June until the 1st of September 2018 the “summer full of music” will be back.  The 31st season of the Rheingau Music Festival will be marked by “friendship”. 149 concerts will be held at 40 venues of the romantic Rheingau and neighboring regions.

Main venues are the Eberbach Abbey, Johannisbeg Castle, Vollrads Castle and the Kurhaus Wiesbaden but also numerous churches and wineries.

High-caliber artists will Continue reading ““Friendship” is the guide to the Rheingau Music Festival 2018” »

Travel industry needs both: Artificial intelligence and human creativity

Foto: jürgen-marks.de

In the travel industry, Artificial Intelligence, or AI for short, and human creativity are inextricably linked. This is one of the conclusions of this years Travel Technology Symposium of the Travel Technology Club with around 120 participants from the digital and travel industries in Kronberg / Taunus at the end of January.

The ,Age’ of Assistants´, has long been there, says Google Manager Julia Leonhard. It describes how KI has long since redefined the connection between man and machine, company and customer. “The interaction with machines has changed completely,” says Leonhard, “today’s machines are adapting to people. Communication is becoming more intuitive. “ Continue reading “Travel industry needs both: Artificial intelligence and human creativity” »

Niki Lauda has won the race

Niki Lauda is the winner/Foto: reuters

Niki Lauda has done it again. In the struggle for the insolvent airline Niki he as the founder of the airline is the winner. “Out of a transparent bidding process, Lauda Motion GmbH emerged today as the best bidder in the early morning hours,” so far the news of the joint press release of the two insolvency administrators Ulla Reisch and Lucas F. Flöther on 23 January in Vienna. Continue reading “Niki Lauda has won the race” »