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4D Aerospace has been established August 2008 as a Spin Off Company of the University of Salzburg, Computer Science. For the time being the Head Office is located in the TechnoZ Salzburg. Dr Carl-Herbert Rokitansky (CEO) is mainly responsible for all technical and research issues, Josef Mörtl takes care of all economy matters as a managing director.

Dr. Carl Herbert Rokitansky

Dr. Carl Herbert Rokitansky

Carl Herbert Rokitansky (1952) studied economics / mathematical statistics at the University of Vienna and Computer Sciences at the University of Vienna and Technical University of Vienna (1977 ?1982). From 1983 to 1986 and from 1987 to 1988 he was within “Institut für Nachrichtentechnik?at DFVLR (former name of DLR) Oberpfaffenhofen near Munich. During academic year 1986/1987 he was Visiting Professor at University of Lawrence, KS, USA.(From 1988 to 1991 he was within the “Institut für Datenverarbeitungstechnik?at “Fern-Universität?Hagen, Germany. Since 1991 he is within the Institute of Communication Networks, RWTH Aachen University of Technology, Aachen, Germany.
He is currently H.-Professor for "Technical Informatics" at University of Salzburg, Institute (FB) for Computer Sciences where - since 1989 - he is giving lectures on mobile communication, stochastic modeling and simulation, performance analysis using Markov chains, encryption and data security. At University of Salzburg, Prof. Rokitansky established the "Aeronautical Digital Communication Group which contributed already significantly in the development and performance evaluation of digital aeronautical communication systems.
   
   
Josef Mörtl

Josef Mörtl

Josef Mörtl (1956) studied mathematics/sports at the University of Salzburg, but did never work as a teacher. From 1978 to 1985 he joined the Austrian Army and worked as an officer in the Austrian Air Defense Department and got the first experience with Aviation. In between (1983-1984) he joined United Nation Peace Keeping Force in Cyprus and worked as Humanitarian Officer in the Austrian Battalion. Back to Austria he has started on a self employed base several major building projects. mainly as a pilot. Within the last 10 years he has started to work occasionally with Dr Rokitansky on the Aviation Simulation Tool. He decided in May 2008 to start a company with Dr Rokitansky.

 

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