About us

The AKAMAV is a student workgroup at the Technische Universität Braunschweig.

Our goal is the development of an autonomous Micro Aerial Vehicle (MAV). Concept, construction and building are done by students.

These kinds of MAVs are able to carry small cameras or sensors, which give them the ability for lots of applications. In near future such equipped MAVs will be used for data acquisition, disaster management, traffic management, observation of long range infrastructures like gas pipelines and generally ranges, which require a fast elucidation in for humans non-accessible areas.

Beside individual projects, there is also the chance to take part in one of three groups providing interesting projects: Computervision, Aviation Systems and Electronic Systems.

Team

 

Alexander Kern
Member since winter semester 14/15
President
Project Manager Computervision

Jonas Withelm
Member since winter semester 15/16
Vice President

Dimitry Zhukov
Member since winter semester 15/16
Treasurer

Markus Bobbe
Member since summer semester 2014
Secretary

Benjamin Hülsen
Member since summer semester 2013
Project Manager Electronic Systems

Konstantin Teyang
Member since winter semester 15/16
Workshop Manager
Project Manager Aviation Systems

Lara Jüschke
Member since summer semester 2016
Public Relations

Mario Gäbel
Member since summer semester 2014



Endres Kathe
Member since winter semester 14/15

Yogesh Khedar
Member since winter semester 14/15

Yannic Beyer
Member since summer semester 2015

Niklas Bobbe
Member since winter semester 15/16

Jonas Vogel
Member since winter semester 15/16

Maximilian Nowka
Member since summer semester 2016

Mueataz Hamed
Member since summer semester 2016

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Former members and nonactives

 

Tobias Wentzler
Marco Nikander
Alexander Dürrkopp
Gregor Dassinger
Christoffen Kronjäger
Jan Bolting
Jürgen Heckmann
Tobias Groth
Nils Bock
Mats Mötting
Philipp Sueltrop
Lukas Rottmann

Sven Kreuziger
Sven Pülm
Thomas Krüger
Aizar Berlanga
Jens Kosmann
Jan Kremberg
Martin Stolle
Lukas Riedel
Fabian Schur
Martin Stolle
Philip Zimmermann

Legal disclaimer

AKAMAV

address:

Akamav
c/o Institute of Flight Guidance
Hermann-Blenk-Str. 27
D-38108 Brunswick
Germany

Email: info@akamav.de
Internet: www.akamav.de
Facebook: facebook.de/akamav

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