Mobilisis GmbH as a Key Participant in the LuFo (the Federal Aviation Research Programme) Research Project

MOBILISIS is one of the key participants in LuFo

With its sensory solutions, MOBILISIS is one of the key participants in LuFo - the Federal Aviation Research Programme. The aim is to achieve a closed system of integrated technologies by applying various technological solutions in the field of aviation. Mobilisis participates in the project by examining the possibility of using such technology in aircraft detection, specifically cable parking sensors, to better manage aircraft traffic from the parking lot to the runway. European Union funds have been received for the entire research program and Mobilisis, in addition to selling sensor cables for research purposes, will develop specific algorithms and improve the sensor code according to the guidelines received when testing in real conditions at Frankfurt Airport.

The program deals with many chapters in improving air travel, and Mobilisis technology reduces the possibility of human error in reduced visibility conditions or heavy rainfall and prevents aircraft from heading to the runway if, for example, another aircraft is just landing. In this case, radar technology is unfortunately not accurate enough. The entire project will continue until mid-2022, and our development will be included as needed and depending on the results of research and testing. You can find out more about the whole project at:

About MOBILISIS Mobilisis

Mobilisis develops modern and innovative IT infrastructure for management of industrial and business processes, as well as mobile data collection and transmission. Our products are advanced hardware and software components enabling flexible use in the most demanding business processes. Various data transmission and processing is essential for real time decision making. Development of proprietary product is our key advantage - allowing maximum customization suiting requirements of every customer.


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