Allgemeine Elektricitäts-Gesellschaft

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Allgemeine Elektricitäts-Gesellschaft (often AEG) was a German manufacturer founded in 1883 by Emil Rathenau. Its name initially was Deutsche Edison-Gesellschaft für angewandte Elektricität or DEG.

They were fundamentally a firm of Electrical Engineers, with sporadic connexion to vehicles in general, with a modest and dynamically variable connexion to aeronautics and aviation. The company did become a major producer of warplanes incl. large bombers, 2-seat recon., 2-seat fighters, and armored attackers.

Search results for Allgemeine Elektricitäts-Gesellschaft automatically include those for "AEG", incidentally. There non-aeronautical results are numerous in the extreme. The DPMA site gives vastly greater results under "AEG" than those associated with the company's full name. Also, incidentally, it yields vastly greater results for filings in Austria, as opposed to filings in Germany. [Possibly because of asymmetry in which data are entered by country.]

Our British data gives the address 2-4, Friedrich Karl-Ufer, Berlin N.W., 40, Germany.[1] Our French data mentions merely Germany, and our Hungarian data gives Berlin, per se.

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Names Allgemeine Elektricitäts-Gesellschaft, AEG, Allgemeine Elektricitäts-Gesellschaft, abt. Flugzeugbau
Country Germany
City Niederneuendorf, near Berlin; Berlin
Affiliations Motorluftschiff Studiengesellschaft m.b.H
Keywords illumination, electricity, propulsion, suspension, shock-absorbers, frame, springs, propellers, wings, airfoil, aerodynamics, propellers, industry
Started aero 1908
Ended aero 1919?
Key people Emil Rathenau
Wikidata id Q158276