You are here:
  • Aerial robotic project "go!CART"

Aerial robotic project "go!CART"


In future, aerial robots or unmanned flight systems will be deployed in a variety of automatable air-based observation missions, particularly relating to the fields of the environment and security. Under the go!CART project, the forward-looking subject of aerial robotics is being initiated as a cluster of excellence entitled CART (competitive aerial robot technologies) in the State of Bremen, including players from outside Bremen, with a view to developing the necessary technologies and processes for the economic and safe operation of such systems.
The go!CART project is concentrating on aerial robots with a maximum launch weight of 50 kg, since these systems are especially attractive for future users due to their more favourable cost-performance ratios and their short cycles of innovation.

Categories
aerospace, research and development
Programmes
ERDF Bremen 2007 - 2013
Degree of priority / area of funding
Priority Axis 1: Promoting innovation and knowledge
1.1: Innovative Technologies strand
Total volume of money (in €)
2.397.000,00
Proportion of funds
of which public-sector funding: 2.397.000 €
of which ERDF funding: 1.198.500 €
Runtime
01.08.2007 - 31.12.2010
Venue
City of Bremen
Contact
Herr Walter Heinemann
Ministry of Economics, Labour and Ports
Division 12
Zweite Schlachtpforte 3,
D-28195 Bremen
Tel.: ++49 421 361-8285
Fax: ++49 421 496-8285
E-Mail: walter.heinemann@wah.bremen.de


Aerial robotic project "go!CART"

In future, aerial robots or unmanned flight systems will be deployed in a variety of automatable air-based observation missions, particularly relating to the fields of the environment and security. Under the go!CART project, the forward-looking subject of aerial robotics is being initiated as a cluster of excellence entitled CART (competitive aerial robot technologies) in the State of Bremen, including players from outside Bremen, with a view to developing the necessary technologies and processes for the economic and safe operation of such systems. The go!CART project is concentrating on aerial robots with a maximum launch weight of 50 kg, since these systems are especially attractive for future users due to their more favourable cost-performance ratios and their short cycles of innovation.

Follow the link to see the slideshow: Diashow der Hannover Messe 2009 (swf, 2.3 MB)

Click on this Link to view a film about: go!Cart 2009 (wmv, 7.3 MB)

You need the Windows Media Player to view the film. Depending on your computer, the file can take 1 – 2 minutes to download before the film begins.

Projectdata

Area of impact: Place of implementation Total project volume (ERDF Programme): of which public-sector funding: of which ERDF funding:
State of Bremen City of Bremen 2.397.000€ 2.397.000€ 1.198.500€