Dornier Consulting International GmbH is a consulting and engineering firm specialised in strategic airport development, master planning, smart cities and implementation of innovative technologies. Dornier is involved in almost 100 projects in over 20 countries. Dornier’s major clients are national and international institutions such as the World Bank, EBRD, UNDP, EU, KfW, GIZ, large international banks as well as governments, large transport authorities and a wide spectrum of private companies such as airport operators and owners. Apart from our business line aviation, we are also supported by experts in mobility, energy, infrastructure and water.
What makes your products / services stand out?
Our founder, Claude Dornier was an aviation pioneer. We aim to continue in his trailblazing spirit of aviation excellence by constantly pushing boundaries. We offer intelligent solutions to complex problems of today, built upon our experience, best-practices and today’s technological advancements in artificial intelligence, automation and digitisation. We support our clients with the implementation of new technologies resulting in operational optimisation. With our portfolio of successfully completed projects worldwide and an experience spanning over decades, we offer the expertise to provide innovative solutions for tomorrow, today. Our interdisciplinary team of aeronautical engineers, architects, economists, transportation planners and project managers collaborate to use their knowledge to solve problems and realize the potential for improved performance, efficiency and profitability.
What brings you to the EXPO this year?
We look forward to an information exchange with experts, peers and clients in the aviation industry. We are happy to discuss our latest projects, best-practices and other interesting insights that we have gained over the last year. Due to the dynamic nature of the aviation industry, technical conferences and exhibitions play a vital role in promulgating technological advancements.
Why should visitors come to your stand and what can they expect to see?
Come and visit our stand B23. We will show case our successful projects and share innovative ideas, best-practices and lessons learned. Our team member Tine Haas will moderate Tuesday morning’s working session titled ‘Electrification of airport vehicles is vital to delivering ACI EUROPE’s NetZero Resolution. Are efforts to electrify accelerating exponentially?’. As a frequent presenter at aviation conferences and events sharing ideas and fostering meaningful knowledge exchange, she has her finger on the pulse. You will find Tine along with Eva Goebel and Nils Brüggemann at our stand. You are most welcome to visit us and exchange ideas, discuss future trends and network. If nothing else, come for some German chocolate and a friendly smile!
Which technology or trend do you think will have the biggest impact on the air transport industry in 2019?
• Operation of UAVs
• AI and face-recognition technology
• Autonomous driving
• Automation and digitisation in cargo handling processes