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AEG - German company specialized in the electricity sector, machinery and household products. Before and during World War AEG - one of the largest manufacturers of weapons.

AEG Eclipse 10
AEG Eclipse 10

The company owes its origin to Emil Rathenau, who in 1883 acquired a patent for the invention of incandescent Thomas Alvy Edison to Germany and in 1884 founded the company Edison-Gesellschaft.

1887, Emil Rathenau took the company Michael Dolivo-Dobrovolsky (electrical Polish-Russian origin, who in 1884 graduated from the Higher Technical School in Darmstadt, Germany) and helped as chief engineer for the practical use of the three-phase technology for the invention of the first electric motor.

Years 1887/1888 there was a restructuring of the company and expand the range of products, and the name was changed to Allgemeine Elektricitäts-Gesellschaft, short AEG.

1891, Miller and Dobrovolsky, the International Electrotechnical Exhibition in Frankfurt, failed to show a three-phase transmission of electricity over long distances, the energy produced at the power plant in Lauffen, was transferred to the 175 km long line, where it provided power 1,000 light bulbs and more. This success was the beginning of the total electrification of AC power, the German Empire and led to the economic success of AEG.

AEG VOXTEL SMART 3
AEG VOXTEL SMART 3

May 27, 1903 at the insistence of Kaiser Wilhelm II. based AEG and S & H in equal shares with a registered capital of 300,000 gold marks in wireless communications in Berlin.

Walter Rathenau, head of AEG since 1912.

Within a short time, the company was extended to all areas of energy, especially the production of lamps, motors, building electric railways, factories electrochemistry, as well as the production of steam turbines, diesel engines, automobiles, cables and more.

Smart 66
Smart 66

1903, at the insistence of Kaiser Wilhelm II., With registered capital of 300,000 gold marks in equal shares, AEG with Siemens & Halske founded the company Gessellschaft für drahtlose Telegraphie System Telefunken (well known as Telefunken). In 1918, one of three companies that founded the German Shipbuilding Corporation Deutsche Werft.

1920 production plants bulbs and metal wire, it was transferred to Osram.

The original company currently does not exist, but the brand AEG machinery, used Swedish corporation Electrolux (household appliances) and Chinese group company Techtronic Industries, which produce power tools.