“I am helping humans to achieve the most extraordinary things. It’s not only the intellectual challenge that drives me but also the fascination for the technological advancement”, says Julian.
Daniel’s ambition has led him to many successful endeavors, especially in his academic path.
Machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) are increasingly becoming part of the aviation industry, making underlying algorithms and technologies ever smarter and more robust. Still, AI would not be developing at the same pace if it weren’t for the people behind it.
As any other industry that relies heavily on the latest, most efficient and secure technology, aviation, too, is looking to innovate on a constant pace. Big and small companies alike are working on technologies and solutions that pushes one step forward. Mainblades is one of those companies. Our team recently attended this year’s edition of…Details
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), better known as drones, hold a lot of commercial potential. In the aviation industry, in particular, drone solutions, whether manual or automated, are becoming increasingly sought-after in performing visual aircraft inspections, which – unlike inspections performed by personnel – are easier, faster and more cost-efficient. As beneficial as that may be…Details
While not too long ago, drones were mostly associated with either military technology – on one end of the spectrum – or a toy that people can fly around in their free time, on the other, nowadays, drones are ever-so-popular among commercial users. Companies in different industries are embracing drones as a means to provide…Details
Mainblades has been featured in the TU Delta – the alumni magazine for the Delft University of Technology. Check out the interview and our company story under the section ‘The Firm’: https://www.delta.tudelft.nl/article/firm-mainblades
Mainblades has exhibited it’s progress and technology at the KLM Innovation Fair this October 16th, 2018!
Check the article (in Dutch) regarding aircraft inspections with drones by Mainblades Inspections in the autumn 2017 edition of Technisch Weekblad here.