On June 21 Deutz will open its Technikum for engine enthusiasts. In the ninth edition of “Nacht der Technik” – Cologne’s engine and technology event – participants from the metal and electrical industry, small and medium-sized enterprises, research, trade and education will offer insights into their companies.

Deutz is showcasing more than 160 years of engine history in its 600 square meters engine museum, including the original gas-powered engines, which were built 1867 and 1878 by Nikolaus August Otto and Eugen Langen – the founders of Deutz. Both engines are still fully functional today.

During the guided tours visitors will learn interesting facts, and entertaining anecdotes of the Company’s 160-year history and engine development. They will also have a firsthand look into the future of motorization, for example the low-emission hydrogen engine developed by Deutz.

“To see, to understand and to experience technology” is the theme of the “Nacht der Technik” event. The one-hour guided tours of Deutz’s Technikum will take place on June 21 from 6 p.m onwards and require a corresponding reservation. For tickets, reservation, and further information visit this link.

In 2009 the Cologne branches of the Association of German Engineers (VDI) and the Association for Electrical, Electronic & Information Technologies (VDE) initiated the “Nacht der Technik” for the first time. At the event visitors can explore various companies and institutions one after the other. A shuttle bus will connect all venues of the event.


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