Alfred Maul (1870–1942) was an engineer and and aero inventor in Dresden who filed a several patents dealing with rockets and photography.
Maul worked in conjunction with the military, and tested his rocket as Glauschnitz firing range on 22 August 1906.
Patents whose inventor or applicant is Alfred Maul
- Patent DE-1903-161490 (English title: Apparatus for controlling the fall of airborne bodies in rapid sequence?, Filing date: 1903-06-05)
- Patent GB-1904-12772 (English title: Apparatus for Taking Photographs from a Great Height, Filing date: 1903-06-06)
- Patent FR-1903-333109 (English title: Rocket apparatus for photography, Filing date: 1903-06-16)
- Patent US-1903-757825 (English title: Rocket apparatus for taking photographs, Filing date: 1903-06-20)
- Patent US-1906-847198 (English title: Rocket apparatus, Supplementary to patent: Patent US-1903-757825)
- Patent GB-1906-10757 (English title: A Device for Holding a Photographic Camera in a Set Position, Filing date: 1906-05-08)
- Patent GB-1906-10758 (English title: A Device for the Safe Landing of Instruments or the like sent up into the Air, Filing date: 1906-05-08)
- Patent US-1906-863035 (English title: Device for maintaining instruments in adjusted positions, Filing date: 1906-05-17)
|Patents for which Alfred Maul was the patent agent|
- "Alfred Maul: engineer, Photographer, Aerospace engineer", Prabook. [The authorship of this source is a little opaque; the information is probably correct but better sources should be found.]
|Tech areas||Photography, rocket, Reconnaissance|