8 June 2010
The EADS Technology Licensing initiative’s presence at this week’s Berlin Air Show will demonstrate the growing momentum of its industry outreach, as new agreements are to be signed and additional technologies are highlighted for application by the aerospace sector.
Agreements to be concluded with existing and new industrial partners cover a broad scope of technologies, according to Wulf Hoeflich, the Chief Intellectual Property Officer for EADS, and leader of the EADS Technology Licensing initiative.
Wulf Hoeflich awaits invited guests at the EADS Technology Licensing initiative’s 2010 Berlin Air Show exhibit
“We will be signing a series of viable commercial agreements with technologies that EADS has always believed have great promise for our licensees, so our outlook for the promise of these technologies is now being confirmed,” he added.
Hoeflich said overall industry response since the EADS Technology Licensing initiative’s launch in 2009 as a company-wide coordinated effort also verify that EADS is offering the right technologies with a viable business concept. In addition, there is increasing participation of the various EADS business units and divisions in the initiative’s outreach.
“After a busy first six months in 2010 for our teams, their activity during the rest of this year will include a focus on turning ongoing discussions into additional new agreements – thereby further building up our success rate,” he concluded.