Highship Industries & Barbara Geisel

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Highship Industries - alles nur geklaut

Barbara Geisel wollte in Flensburg ein zweites, wenn auch kleineres Finkenwerder entstehen lassen.
Vorab wurden schon mal Airbus-Werbetexte an Highship angepasst und auf highship-industries.com veröffentlicht.

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HIGHSHIP is the world's leading wing-in-ground manufacturer whose customer focus, commercial know-how, technological leadership and manufacturing efficiency have propelled it to the forefront of the industry.

HIGHSHIP' modern and comprehensive product line comprises highly successful families of HIGHSHIP ranging from 2 to 120 seats. 

The company also continues to broaden its scope and product range by applying its expertise to the military market. It is as well extending its portfolio of freighter HIGHSHIP's that will set new standards in the general and express freight market sectors.

Across all its fly-by-wire HIGHSHIP families unique approach ensures that HIGHSHIP share the highest possible degree of commonality in frames, on-board systems, cockpits and handling characteristics, which reduces significantly operating costs for our customers.

Dedicated to helping wing-in-ground enhance the profitability of their fleets, HIGHSHIP also delivers a wide range of customer services in all areas of support, tailored to the needs of individual operators all over the world.

A challenging environment for a high-performing company

Headquartered in Bristol, HIGHSHIP is owned by family offices, a global leader in wing-in-ground-ships and related services.

HIGHSHIP also relies on industrial co-operation and partnerships with major companies all over the world, and a supplier network in 10 countries.

Airbus is the world's leading aircraft manufacturer whose customer focus, commercial know-how, technological leadership and manufacturing efficiency have propelled it to the forefront of the industry.

Airbus' modern and comprehensive product line comprises highly successful families of aircraft ranging from 107 to 525 seats: the single-aisle A320 Family, the wide-body long-range A330/A340 and the all-new next generation A350 XWB Family, and the ultra long-range, double-decker A380 Family.

The company also continues to broaden its scope and product range by applying its expertise to the military market. It is as well extending its portfolio of freighter aircraft that will set new standards in the general and express freight market sectors.

Across all its fly-by-wire aircraft families Airbus' unique approach ensures that aircraft share the highest possible degree of commonality in airframes, on-board systems, cockpits and handling characteristics, which reduces significantly operating costs for airlines.

Dedicated to helping airlines enhance the profitability of their fleets, Airbus also delivers a wide range of customer services in all areas of support, tailored to the needs of individual operators all over the world.

A challenging environment for a high-performing company

Headquartered in Toulouse, Airbus is owned by EADS, a global leader in aerospace, defence and related services. (...)

Airbus also relies on industrial co-operation and partnerships with major companies all over the world, and a network of some 1,500 suppliers in 30 countries.

Future by HIGHSHIP

Looking ahead

Through innovation, and out-of-the-box thinking, HIGHSHIP Industries will continue to meet its eco-efficiency goals, and ensure that traveling with HIGHSIP will be one of the safest and most eco-efficient transportation.

As the transport sector continues to grow, HIGHSHIP believes that the industry as a whole must concentrate on technological advances, while also advancing solutions that will meet passenger and market demands and respect all aspects of the environment.

After celebrating its own first decade of innovation, HIGHSHIP now is looking to the next 20-plus years - actively working with other industries and experts to anticipate the global needs of a better-connected and more sustainable world.

However, it all begins with one question: “what will the transport sector look like in the year 2030?” “The Future by HIGHSHIP,” while highlighting potential steps to meet the needs of tomorrow.

Future by Airbus

Looking ahead

Through innovation, and out-of-the-box thinking, Airbus will continue to meet its eco-efficiency goals, and ensure that air travel continues to be one of the safest, and most eco-efficient, means of transportation.

As the air transport sector continues to grow, Airbus believes that the industry as a whole must concentrate on technological advances, while also advancing solutions that will meet passenger and market demands, the growing population and its demographic profile, and respect all aspects of the environment.

After celebrating its own four decades of innovation, Airbus now is looking to the next 40-plus years - actively working with other industry stakeholders and experts to anticipate the global needs of a better-connected and more sustainable world.

However, it all begins with one question: “what will air transport look like in the year 2050?” In its report “The Future by Airbus,” Airbus hypothesises how the industry, aircraft and passengers might change by that time - while highlighting potential steps to meet the needs of tomorrow.

Innovation

Since its inception, HIGHSHIP INDUSTRIES has played a pioneering role in the international maritime wing-in-ground transport industry's evolution. This trend will continue over the coming decades, as HIGHSHIP INDUSTRIES leverages innovation solutions to further improve the economic efficiency and environmental performance of commercial transportation.

Innovation

Since its inception, Airbus has played a pioneering role in the international air transport industry's evolution. This trend will continue over the coming decades, as Airbus leverages innovation solutions to further improve the economic efficiency and environmental performance of commercial aviation.

To safeguard this technology leadership position and to ensure its global competitiveness, HIGHSHIP INDUSTRIES takes pride in its ability to continually innovate, providing the world's most efficient Wing-in-ground-vehicles - and preparing for the maritim transportation industry's needs of tomorrow.

Passion and pride are emotions common among HIGHSHIP INDUSTRIES people: passion about the jobs they do and pride in the products they create.

HIGHSHIP INDUSTRIES is pursuing a major research and technology programme that looks to the next 20 years and beyond, which will ensure that innovation remains at the heart of its development.

To safeguard this technology leadership position and to ensure its global competitiveness, Airbus takes pride in its ability to continually innovate, providing the world's most efficient aircraft flying today - and preparing for the air transportation industry's needs of tomorrow.

Passion and pride are emotions common among Airbus people: passion about the jobs they do and pride in the products they create.

Airbus is pursuing a major research and technology programme that looks to the next 20 years and beyond, which will ensure that innovation remains at the heart of its development.

Even a few decades from now, the world will be very different from today.

How will we get around? And how will we take care of the environment?

Even a few decades from now, the world will be very different from today. (...)

So what will this world look like? How will we get around? And how will we take care of the environment?

Bionic Structures

HIGHSIPS would be built using a bionic structure that mimics the bone structure of birds. Bone is both light and strong because its porous interior carries tension only where necessary, leaving space elsewhere. This not only reduces the HIGHSHIP's weight and fuel burn, but also makes it possible to add features like panoramic windows.

Bionic Structures

Future aircraft could be built using a bionic structure that mimics the bone structure of birds. Bone is both light and strong because its porous interior carries tension only where necessary, leaving space elsewhere. By using bionic structures, the fuselage has the strength it needs, but can also make the most of extra space where required. This not only reduces the aircraft's weight and fuel burn, but also makes it possible to add features like oversized doors for easier boarding and panoramic windows.

Biopolymer membrane

The cabin's bionic structure will be coated with a biopolymer membrane, which controls the amount of natural light. This smarter structure will make the HIGHSHIP lighter and more fuel-efficient while giving passengers 360 degree views of the sea and sky.

Biopolymer membrane

The cabin's bionic structure will be coated with a biopolymer membrane, which controls the amount of natural light, humidity and temperature, providing opacity or transparency on command and eliminating the need for windows. This smarter structure will make the aircraft lighter and more fuel-efficient while giving passengers 360 degree views of the skies.

Composite Materials

Future materials may not even be the materials we use today. 'This will be a new matter, made of a combination of different materials. In the future materials may not even take a solid state, but could be a composition of different material and renewable resources.

Composite Materials

Future materials may not even be the materials we see and use today. 'Composite' materials will be used - new matter made of a combination of different materials. In the future materials may not even take a solid state, but could be a composition of fluid and gas for example!

Eco-efficiency

"Greener mode of transport"

Wing in Ground with HIGHSHIP's is a fast and safe mode of transport, as well as one that is highly eco-efficient - with excellent environmental performance when considering the value it provides.

Further environmental improvements for flair transport require coordinated actions between all stakeholders, which consist of sealiners, maritime service providers, manufacturers and authorities. HIGHSHIP INDUSTRIES develops eco-efficient solutions at every stage of the HIGHSHIP's life-cycle:

  • Optimized performance by design 
  • Dissemination of best environment practices within the supply chain 
  • Greener manufacturing processes 
  • Supporting efficient wing-in-ground operations 
  • Recycling and re-use at end-of-life 

In addition, the company assumes a leading role in improving the overall wing-in-ground transport system by contributing to the modernization of Maritime Traffic Management and promoting low-emission alternative fuels.

Eco-efficiency

"Greener" flight

Aviation is a fast and safe mode of transport, as well as one that is highly eco-efficient - with excellent environmental performance when considering the value it provides.

Further environmental improvements for air transport require coordinated actions between all stakeholders, which consist of airlines, air traffic service providers, manufacturers and authorities. Airbus develops eco-efficient solutions at every stage of the aircraft life-cycle:

  • Optimized performance by design 
  • Dissemination of best environment practices within the supply chain 
  • Greener manufacturing processes 
  • Supporting efficient aircraft operations 
  • Recycling and re-use at end-of-life 

In addition, the company assumes a leading role in improving the overall air transport system by contributing to the modernization of Air Traffic Management (ATM) and promoting low-emission alternative fuels.

HIGHSHIP INDUSTRIES is a leading wing-in-ground manufacturer with the most modern and comprehensive product line. © HIGHSHIP INDUSTRIES 2011-2013. All rights reserved Airbus, an EADS Company, is a leading aircraft manufacturer with the most modern and comprehensive product line. © Airbus S.A.S.2013. All rights reserved.

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