Visiting Innsbruck:      

Innsbruck is the capital city of Tyrol and the fifth-largest city in Austria. It is located in the Inn valley right next to the Brenner-Pass to Italy. From the town centre, looking at the north it is possible to admire the so-called North Chain in the Karwendel Alps, as well as the Patscherkofel and Serles when looking to the south. Innsbruck is an internationally renowned winter sports centre. The city is full of unique sightseeings, such as the “Goldene Dachl”, the Ambrass Castle, the old town center and the dome. It is really one of a kind.

Use this opportunity and get to know Innsbruck from its best side during a guided city tour and a subsequent ride with the Nordkettenbahn to the summit: The Hafelekar. On the way back you can enjoy the beautiful view of Innsbruck from the Seegrube with a coffee and a piece of cake.

Included:  Guided City Tour, Trip with the Nordkettenbahnen


Adler Lacke:  

“Paint runs through our veins!”    

This philosophy has made Adler the competence leader in wood preservation and wood paints. Because those who are enthusiastic about their work don’t do things by halves.

Innovation and research play a central role for them: More than two-thirds of the approximately 10,000 articles are manufactured on a water dilutable basis. In this way, they avoid the use of solvents and make an important contribution to environmental and climate protection.

Use this opportunity to learn how Adler Lacke made it this far with their work and take part in the factory tour. See the development, production and storage of lacquers as well as the recycling of old barrels. After the guided tour, a graduate of the University of Innsbruck as well as Dr. Rössler, Head of Research & Development at Adler Lacke, will be available to answer your questions.

Included: journey to the company, visit of the company

NOI Techpark

At the NOI Techpark companies, universities and research institutions have the necessary space for reasearch and innovation in many technology fields, representing South Tyrol’s areas of strenght.

Included: journey to the NOI-Techpark, visit of several companies

Tour 1:  renewable energies and energy efficiency 

The technology field Green brings together research and development in the fields of renewable energies and energy efficiency and acts as a link between companies and certification institutions as well as research institutions which are working in this sector. Use this opportunity to learn more about green energy and visit several companies in the NOI-Techpark in Bozen (IT) dealing with the subject of energy technology.

Tour 2:  Quality and regional produce – research in the food sector

The apple is the most profitable product of South Tyrol, while wine, “speck” (bacon) and mountain milk products have long been economic flagship products. In the food laboratories of the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano and of the Research Centre Laimburg, which are located in NOI Techpark, quality and regional produce are of paramount importance. The thematic priorities are to perform better quality controls by using chemical food analysis and to determine the origin of ingredients and raw materials by employing isotope analysis. Use this opportunity to learn more about it and to visit several companies in the NOI-Techpark in Bozen (IT) dealing with the subject of food technology.

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