Within the space industries and aeronautics sector more than 140 companies and 20 institutes, a workforce of about 12,000 employees, generate more than 4 billion euros per year. Considering the number of residents, Bremen has the highest employment density in the aerospace sector in Germany.
Primary industry leaders are the Airbus Group, Rheinmetall Defence Electronics, OHB and their suppliers. This success is based on the excellent skills of people. A good number of various study and training courses guarantee education and training.
Future-oriented workplaces, especially for highly qualified people, characterize the space industries and aeronautics sector. Cutting-edge research in Bremen supports the industries sustainably in the fields of materials sciences and manufacturing technologies, space systems and research, remote sensing, bionics, robotics and more. Major products from Bremen are the wings of the Airbus aircraft, the Ariane upper stages or the satellite navigation system GALILEO.
The pandemic has proven it: When supply routes do not work and production facilities are at a standstill, urgently needed construction and spare parts can often be a long time coming. The Bremen-based start-up WeserCAD has developed an innovative and fast solution.Learn more
How does a hydrogen-powered car work? How do you fill it up? And is it all safe? There's a lot of questions about driving with hydrogen. One of the very first users of this technology has given us an insight into this topic on a tour of Bremen and also shown us just what's happening with this volatile gas in the city.Learn more
The sky is not the limit. Science, production, development and business all agree on this. Aircraft wings, Ariane rockets, Galileo satellites - Bremen is one of the top locations in the international aerospace industry. Five reasons for Bremen's success story.Learn more