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The TU Delft Hyperloop team is trying to build the fastest Hyperloop. Several of the main components of the Hyperloop vehicle are manufactured with Airborne’s automation technology. We are a proud sponsor of the Hyperloop team and look forward to see what innovative solutions they come up with.
The Silverwing Aeronautics students from TU Delft are working on their latest design of a near-VTOL personal flying aircraft, with some help at the Airborne facilities. We are thrilled to be sponsor of their quest to win the Go Fly competition of Boeing, where the use of composites play an important role to make the aircraft light and strong.
The Human Power Team is a student team consisting of students from the TU Delft and the VU Amsterdam. Its objective: to break the world speed record for human powered vehicles. They do this by building an aerodynamic vehicle, called the VeloX. Airborne helps the team to get the materials they need to produce and we provide an oven for post-curing the bike.
Forze Hydrogen Electric Racing is a TU Delft student team promoting hydrogen technology by designing, building and controlling a unique race car. Airborne provides space and technical support in the production of all composite components and supervises the production.
DARE (Delft Aerospace Rocket Engineering) is one of the most advanced student rocketry teams in the world, based at TU Delft. Since their founding in 2001, they have accumulated over 19 years of experience in high-powered rocketry. Airborne provides the DARE team hands-on composites experience to reach space with a fully student-built rocket.