Press Releases

A SARISTU related press release was published in CORDIS News entitled “Smart design and nanotechnology to cut aircraft operational costs” on June 20th, 2014 (Link).
Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft Α SARISTU related press release was published in Fraunhofer’s public website entitled “Aircraft wings that change their shape in flight can help to protect the environment” on May 30th, 2014 (Link).
Α SARISTU related press release was published in the German WIWO Green portal on May 21st 2014. This publication came as a result of Fraunhofer’s exhibition of the SARISTU winglet at the ILA Berlin Airshow 2014 combined with an “eye-catching” display which was prepared in cooperation with the Dissemination Manager (Link).
O. Roock (2014) Currently being implemented at FACC: Winglet Active Trailing Edge, Take Off (FACC Customer Magazine), June 2014 (Link).
TsAGI makes preparations for next working stage of SARISTU project, 11th of July 2014 (Link).
Shape-changing wings for airplanes may soon be a reality, 26th of May 2014 (Link).
Engineering and Technology Management, Shape-changing wings to cut aircraft fuel consumption , 30th of May 2014 (Link).
Business Standard, Shape-changing wings to cut aircraft fuel consumption, 26th of May 2014 (Link).
Crazy Engineers news portal, Aircraft With Wings That Change Shape During Flight Can Reduce Fuel Consumption, 27th of May 2014 (Link).
Science Daily (Source: Frauunhofer), Aircraft Wings That Change their Shape in flight can help to protect the environment, 30th of May 2014 ( Link).
The Aviation Space (Source: Frauunhofer), Aircraft Wings That Change their Shape in flight, 24th of May 2014 ( Link).
Nanowerk News (Source: CORDIS), Smart design and nanotechnology to cut aircraft operational costs, 19th of June 2014 ( Link).
L’Atelier BNP Paribas, High Tech Innovation Leading to Smarter Aeroplanes, 17th of July 2014 ( Link).
TsAGI hosted the final meeting and conference of the European Smart Intelligent Aircraft Structures – SARISTU – project, 19th of June 2015 ( Link).

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