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We want to work with you to drive forward the development of autonomous flight systems for industry and research! Our aim is to help shape the future of UAVs (Unmanned Air Vehicles) in the direction of sustainability and humanity. By participating in several UAV competitions per year, our international network and our expertise in the development of UAVs is constantly growing. To realise further UAV projects, we combine our know-how from various engineering fields such as electrical engineering, computer science and mechanical engineering. We offer students at RWTH and FH Aachen the opportunity to discover new challenges and solutions in the field of UAVs together with us. Our highly motivated team works together under the motto "Discover. Develop. Fly." Translated with (free version)

Our Principles


The field of UAVs is still very young, so there is a lot to discover! We are passionate about discovering new technical approaches and solutions, as well as our team spirit and thirst for adventure. Discovering foreign countries and cultures at competitions brings our team closer together. The most important thing for us, however, is to discover how we can apply the knowledge we have gained during our studies in exciting projects.  

We stand for curiosity, a thirst for knowledge and creativity.  


The core activity of our initiative is the development of UAVs. 

We are characterised by a broad spectrum of projects in which we develop unmanned aerial vehicles, airships and drones for various purposes. Everyone can develop freely in the respective project groups and advance the project with their ideas.  

We are continuously expanding our expertise in the relevant areas and are therefore not only constantly developing our members, but also our entire initiative. 


All our projects have one thing in common: in the end, something flies!  

The active use and constant testing of our UAVs are at the centre of our activities. We therefore have core competences in the practical handling of UAVs and drones. 

Our systems are used at competitions, campus events and trade fairs, for measurements and aerial photography.  

As a team, we are passionate about flying and the technology that makes autonomous flying possible.  

How can you support us?

We greatly appreciate any support for the association ADDI e.V. and it helps us to achieve our goals. So far, there are two ways to support us.  

If you are interested, please contact our sponsorship team at any time and find out about the types of support and our projects. We look forward to hearing from you.  

Financial Sponsorship

UAV projects are expensive. As a financial sponsor, you directly help to secure the financial basis that is necessary to be able to realise projects at all. In this way, you make a decisive contribution to the success of our initiative. 

Material Sponsorship

A major cost driver for our projects is the materials required, as well as the necessary equipment, tools and machinery. As a material sponsor, you provide us with the necessary equipment and thus contribute to the success of our projects.

What can we offer you?

Depending on the scope and nature of your support, we can offer you the following services. For more information, please contact our sponsoring team. 

Press releases: We will inform you early about events, projects and successes.
Mentions: We will mention you in our social networks and on our website.
Logo publication: We present your logo on the respective project, the website and, if desired, on other print and web media.
Events: Together we organise fireside evenings and events such as information-days at our university.

Do you have questions for us? 

Than please contact us and find out more about our initiative and activities. 

Write us a mail or come visit us at our workshop.

We would be happy to talk to you in person.

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