From October 13th to 17th 2019, the world’s toughest race for solar vehicles took place for the 15th time. The drivers had to challenge over 3000 kilometers across the beautiful cities and landscapes of Australia.
Quantify friction reduction with the BST test bench In order to be able to evaluate different surfaces, notably Riblet surfaces, bionic surface technologies researched and developed their ISO-certified Riblet test bench.Along with the possibility of simulation, a... read more
Bionic surface technologies moves to its new headquarter Bionic surface technologies has grown from a small engineering office to a considerable company. The office in Steyrergasse were to narrow; the division of laboratories and offices no longer up to date and... read more
Computational Fluid Dynamics and Product Development in Sports The optimization of individual components by means of CFD simulations is nowadays no longer limited to only motorsports such as the Red Bull Air Race or the German Touring Car Masters (DTM) but is also... read more
TU Graz Racing Team sucessful in Formula Student For years now there is a vivid connection between TU Graz Racing Team and bionic surface technologies. Some employees spent their free time while studying in the workshop of the TUG Racing Team. Even today, there is a... read more
Bionic surface technologies on TV: "Beyond borders" Austrian television presenter Thomas Weber shows in a TV-documentation five Styrian companies which are successful beyond borders because of their special ideas and concepts. Bionic surface technologies as well as... read more
Bionic surface technologies at the olympic winter games in sochi bionic surface technologies was represented at the Olympic Winter Games 2014 in Sochi. Our top performance in the field of aerodynamics helped the athletes to achieve top performances as... read more