- Patrick Holland-Moritz
ARTS Blog & Press
How data gloves are helping industry
It’s almost impossible to imagine everyday life without virtual reality. VR glasses are taking computer gaming to a new level and enable journeys to unknown worlds. In industry, however, the next leap forward is coming from data gloves instead.
- Icons of Industry
- Peggy Wildner
Unknown Pioneers – the inspiring story of the Rocket Girls
The Rocket Girls were created as human calculators to support scientists as part of the American space programme. They differed from their colleagues not only in terms of their gender, but also their skin colour – not exactly a minor issue in the USA of the 1950s. Nevertheless, women like Katherine Johnson managed to have impressive careers.
- Claudia Hönisch
ARTS at the Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) in Hamburg
AIX, in the port city of Hamburg, spanned three days with a clear focus on aircraft interiors and a wide range of innovations, attracting over 500 exhibitors and thousands of interested specialist visitors to its seven exhibition halls.
- Industry Innovation
- Enrico Kabbe
Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality in manufacturing and industry
Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) are currently in the process of creating permanent change to industrial development, production, and operational processes: from design development in the automotive sector, through to virtual representations of aircraft engines and investigating the effects of clashes during mechanical engineering, AR and VR offer seemingly limitless possibilities. The advantages are obvious: processes can be made more efficient, designs optimised well in advance of development, and complex machines can be maintained more intelligently.
- Career Advice
- Katja Herrmann
Digitalisation of the workplace – new opportunities for employees
The digitalisation of the workplace, Work 4.0, and the digital transformation of work: these terms are currently in wide use. People’s everyday working lives will change due to technical and digital progress, and both employees and employers must adjust in response.