Airbus builds cleanroom for aerospace projects in Germany

intelligent-aerospace | April 16, 2019

Airbus builds cleanroom for aerospace projects in Germany
The ITC in Germany, which triples the area of cleanroom space to 4,200 sqm, is dedicated to building satellites, probes, space instruments and experimental technologies. The centre took only two years to build at a total cost of approximately €45 million.Airbus’s significant investment in this building also represents an investment in the future – both for the Airbus site at Lake Constance and for Baden-Wuerttemberg as an aerospace location. When it comes to space technology, we are now a step ahead of the rest of Germany in terms of science and research, development and technology, and enthusiasm for the aerospace industry,” said Baden Wuerttemberg’s Minister-President, Winfried Kretschmann.With the developments in space flight companies are trying to meet the swiftly increasing demand for high-performance, ultra-reliable Earth observation, meteorological and navigation satellites.

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