AMDC is a manufacturer-independent engineering service
provider focused on future technologies.
Key activities include the analysis, conception and prototype development of innovative systems in
the areas of
Aerospace, Machine Learning, Defence and Computational Engineering.
We see all aspects of space as well as the field of autonomous
Aircraft (“drones”) as future key enablers for applications that currently seem hardly
imaginable. Therefore, we are conducting high-end research and prototyping in all
aspects of spearheading technologies that might become relevant for “New Space” and
drones in this decade and the next.
Wherever possible, theoretical research is supported by and extended into practical
tests with actual software and hardware to increase the robustness of results.
Special focus hereby is on rapid prototyping in the areas of experimental rockets
and unmanned aircraft systems.
“Machine learning is a field of
computer science that aims to teach computers how to learn and act without being
explicitly programmed.” DeepAI
AMDC develops Machine Learning (ML) solutions, mainly (but not
exclusively) for Computer Vision Applications. We also provide consultancy to customers
who wish to benefit from the vast capabilities ML offers.
Areas Of Expertise
˙ ML-based Computer Vision Models
˙ Synthetic Training Data for Computer Vision
˙ Reinforcement Learning Techniques for GNC
˙ ML-based Trajectory Classification
AMDC was founded as a consultancy company for Air and Missile
which is still a
core business area. We are convinced that well equipped armed forces are essential for
every nation to secure peace and our intention is to contribute to this objective.
In the defence branch we focus on advising the German Bundeswehr and
allied armed forces
in the matters of military research and technology. Key activities lie in the analysis,
conception, and evaluation of modern and modular Air Defence and Missile Systems, using
Our staff has many years of experience in the areas of missiles,
control, communication, and threat analysis. In addition, through cooperation with the
defence industry, universities, and scientific aerospace research institutions, we apply
highly specialized know-how to our analyses. Due to these close collaborations, we keep
our knowledge up-to-date and make the most recent research results available to our
AMDC conducts system analyses under various aspects. Usually, the
focus is on
the performance or effectiveness of the missile system. It is determined not only by the
missile itself, but also by the other system components, in particular, the separate
surveillance and fire control sensors. Also, safety, cost-effectiveness, and
environmental compatibility are important aspects of system analyses. The most valuable
tool for system analyses is the simulation.
In our Computational Engineering Department we deal with the development and
application of simulation models to solve the complex physical problems we encounter
throughout the work in our main branches Aerospace, Machine Learning and Defence.
Our Computational Engineering Services are also available to external customers who
require tailor-made and scientifically reliable simulation solutions in a timely