Last Friday, November 22th, the 7th edition of the Long Night of Sciences took place. With more than 10,000 visitors it was one of the most successful science nights. With a total of 350 offers at 65 locations, the Friedrich Schiller University, the Ernst Abbe University, the University Hospital, numerous institutes and research facilities of the Beutenberg campus as well as the research-related companies in Jena presented themselves on Friday night. The event is intended to arouse the interest of children in technology and science.
At our booth our Production Manager André Müller, our Application Engineer Jens Korneli and our Design Engineer Marko Kopf shared their passion for our devices with all interested visitors. Throughout the evening there was a lot of interest across all age groups and nationalities. Most of the visitors were interested in what the Gyro Stabilizer is needed for, which devices are stabilized and on which operating principle our devices are based.
For illustration we have exhibited our newest product - the OSM 4000. The movements off the device should simulate the movements of the aircraft during flight. The DSM 400, our middle device from the airborne area, was on top and compensated the movements and thus stabilized the water glass at the top. With the construction the visitors could experience our devices very closely and were visibly impressed by the setup.
We thank all guests for stopping by and all responsible persons for the excellent organization of the event.
We are looking forward to the next Long Night.