Open house at the Machine Perception Laboratory
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Hungary
   2019-11-22
16:00:00

 
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Exhibition
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It is never too early to discover STEM (science, technology, engeneering, mathematics)!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior was created by an initiative of the American foundation FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) and LEGO and has been developed to bring children from six to ten years to the STEM theme. The children will be introduced to the topics by the colorful bricks they already know.
Accompanied by two or more adult coaches, the teams (up to six team members) explore real existing problems such as ressources, recycling, energy, or the coexistence of humans and animals. They create a Show Me poster that presents their discovery and their team, and they build a motorized model of LEGO bricks. On the "journey" the children learn to work together in a team and explore the wonders of science and technology. The focus of the project are the FIRST® Core Values such as respectful approach, shared experience and critical thinking. At the end of each season, the teams meet for an exhibition to present their results, share ideas and have fun together.

Target audience
Children from six to ten years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Agora Tudományos Élményközpont (Agora Science Center)
Nagyerdő, Botanikus Kert - bejárat a Móricz Zsigmond út felőlul. Umultowska
Debrecen
Hungary
 
FIRST LEGO League Tournament
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) is a program that supports children and youngsters in order to introduce them to science and technology in a sporty atmosphere.
The basis of FLL is a robotics tournament in a cheerful atmosphere, where kids and youngsters need to solve a tricky "mission" with the help of a robot. The kids are researching a given topic within a team, they are planning programming and testing an autonomous robot to solve the mission. The FLL Teams take the opportunity to experience all steps of a real product development process: solving a problem under time pressure with insufficient resources and unknown competitors. FLL is a small microcosmos of real business life in all its respects.

Target audience
Children and teenagers between the ages of 9 and 16 years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Mobilis Interactive Exhibition Centre
Vásárhelyi Pál u. 66
9026 Győr
Hungary
 
FIRST LEGO League Tournament
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) is a program that supports children and youngsters in order to introduce them to science and technology in a sporty atmosphere.
The basis of FLL is a robotics tournament in a cheerful atmosphere, where kids and youngsters need to solve a tricky "mission" with the help of a robot. The kids are researching a given topic within a team, they are planning programming and testing an autonomous robot to solve the mission. The FLL Teams take the opportunity to experience all steps of a real product development process: solving a problem under time pressure with insufficient resources and unknown competitors. FLL is a small microcosmos of real business life in all its respects.

Target audience
Children and teenagers between the ages of 9 and 16 years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Agora Tudományos Élményközpont (AGÓRA Science Center)
Nagyerdő Botanikus Kert - bejárat a Móricz Zsigmond út felől
Debrecen
Hungary
 
FIRST LEGO League Tournament
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) is a program that supports children and youngsters in order to introduce them to science and technology in a sporty atmosphere.
The basis of FLL is a robotics tournament in a cheerful atmosphere, where kids and youngsters need to solve a tricky "mission" with the help of a robot. The kids are researching a given topic within a team, they are planning programming and testing an autonomous robot to solve the mission. The FLL Teams take the opportunity to experience all steps of a real product development process: solving a problem under time pressure with insufficient resources and unknown competitors. FLL is a small microcosmos of real business life in all its respects.

Target audience
Children and teenagers between the ages of 9 and 16 years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
SZTE Ságvári Gimnázium
Szentháromság u. 2
6722 Szeged
Hungary
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Exhibition
Show details
It is never too early to discover STEM (science, technology, engeneering, mathematics)!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior was created by an initiative of the American foundation FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) and LEGO and has been developed to bring children from six to ten years to the STEM theme. The children will be introduced to the topics by the colorful bricks they already know.
Accompanied by two or more adult coaches, the teams (up to six team members) explore real existing problems such as ressources, recycling, energy, or the coexistence of humans and animals. They create a Show Me poster that presents their discovery and their team, and they build a motorized model of LEGO bricks. On the "journey" the children learn to work together in a team and explore the wonders of science and technology. The focus of the project are the FIRST® Core Values such as respectful approach, shared experience and critical thinking. At the end of each season, the teams meet for an exhibition to present their results, share ideas and have fun together.

Target audience
Children from six to ten years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Edutus University
Stúdium tér 1
2800 Tatabánya
Hungary
 
FIRST LEGO League Tournament
Show details
FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) is a program that supports children and youngsters in order to introduce them to science and technology in a sporty atmosphere.
The basis of FLL is a robotics tournament in a cheerful atmosphere, where kids and youngsters need to solve a tricky "mission" with the help of a robot. The kids are researching a given topic within a team, they are planning programming and testing an autonomous robot to solve the mission. The FLL Teams take the opportunity to experience all steps of a real product development process: solving a problem under time pressure with insufficient resources and unknown competitors. FLL is a small microcosmos of real business life in all its respects.

Target audience
Children and teenagers between the ages of 9 and 16 years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Edutus University
Stúdium tér 1
2800 Tatabánya
Hungary
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Exhibition
Show details
It is never too early to discover STEM (science, technology, engeneering, mathematics)!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior was created by an initiative of the American foundation FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) and LEGO and has been developed to bring children from six to ten years to the STEM theme. The children will be introduced to the topics by the colorful bricks they already know.
Accompanied by two or more adult coaches, the teams (up to six team members) explore real existing problems such as ressources, recycling, energy, or the coexistence of humans and animals. They create a Show Me poster that presents their discovery and their team, and they build a motorized model of LEGO bricks. On the "journey" the children learn to work together in a team and explore the wonders of science and technology. The focus of the project are the FIRST® Core Values such as respectful approach, shared experience and critical thinking. At the end of each season, the teams meet for an exhibition to present their results, share ideas and have fun together.

Target audience
Children from six to ten years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
AKG (Alternatív Közgazdasági Gimnázium)
Raktár utca 1
1035 Budapest
Hungary
 
FIRST LEGO League Tournament
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) is a program that supports children and youngsters in order to introduce them to science and technology in a sporty atmosphere.
The basis of FLL is a robotics tournament in a cheerful atmosphere, where kids and youngsters need to solve a tricky "mission" with the help of a robot. The kids are researching a given topic within a team, they are planning programming and testing an autonomous robot to solve the mission. The FLL Teams take the opportunity to experience all steps of a real product development process: solving a problem under time pressure with insufficient resources and unknown competitors. FLL is a small microcosmos of real business life in all its respects.

Target audience
Children and teenagers between the ages of 9 and 16 years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Alternatív Közgazdasági Gimnázium (AKG)
Raktár utca 1
1035 Budapest
Hungary
 
FIRST LEGO League Tournament
Show details
FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) is a program that supports children and youngsters in order to introduce them to science and technology in a sporty atmosphere.
The basis of FLL is a robotics tournament in a cheerful atmosphere, where kids and youngsters need to solve a tricky "mission" with the help of a robot. The kids are researching a given topic within a team, they are planning programming and testing an autonomous robot to solve the mission. The FLL Teams take the opportunity to experience all steps of a real product development process: solving a problem under time pressure with insufficient resources and unknown competitors. FLL is a small microcosmos of real business life in all its respects.

Target audience
Children and teenagers between the ages of 9 and 16 years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Miskolci Szakképzési Centrum Ferenczi Sándor Egészségügyi Szakgimnáziuma
Szigethy Mihály u. 8
3529 Miskolc
Hungary
 
FIRST LEGO League Tournament
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) is a program that supports children and youngsters in order to introduce them to science and technology in a sporty atmosphere.
The basis of FLL is a robotics tournament in a cheerful atmosphere, where kids and youngsters need to solve a tricky "mission" with the help of a robot. The kids are researching a given topic within a team, they are planning programming and testing an autonomous robot to solve the mission. The FLL Teams take the opportunity to experience all steps of a real product development process: solving a problem under time pressure with insufficient resources and unknown competitors. FLL is a small microcosmos of real business life in all its respects.

Target audience
Children and teenagers between the ages of 9 and 16 years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Pécsi Apáczai Csere János Általános Iskola, Gimnázium, Kollégium, Alapfokú Művészeti Iskola
Apáczai körtér 1
7632 Pécs
Hungary
 
FIRST LEGO League Tournament
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) is a program that supports children and youngsters in order to introduce them to science and technology in a sporty atmosphere.
The basis of FLL is a robotics tournament in a cheerful atmosphere, where kids and youngsters need to solve a tricky "mission" with the help of a robot. The kids are researching a given topic within a team, they are planning programming and testing an autonomous robot to solve the mission. The FLL Teams take the opportunity to experience all steps of a real product development process: solving a problem under time pressure with insufficient resources and unknown competitors. FLL is a small microcosmos of real business life in all its respects.

Target audience
Children and teenagers between the ages of 9 and 16 years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Mobilis Interactive Exhibition Centre
Vásárhelyi Pál u. 66
9026 Győr
Hungary
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Exhibition
Show details
It is never too early to discover STEM (science, technology, engeneering, mathematics)!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior was created by an initiative of the American foundation FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) and LEGO and has been developed to bring children from six to ten years to the STEM theme. The children will be introduced to the topics by the colorful bricks they already know.
Accompanied by two or more adult coaches, the teams (up to six team members) explore real existing problems such as ressources, recycling, energy, or the coexistence of humans and animals. They create a Show Me poster that presents their discovery and their team, and they build a motorized model of LEGO bricks. On the "journey" the children learn to work together in a team and explore the wonders of science and technology. The focus of the project are the FIRST® Core Values such as respectful approach, shared experience and critical thinking. At the end of each season, the teams meet for an exhibition to present their results, share ideas and have fun together.

Target audience
Children from six to ten years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Franziska Weser
fw@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Edutus College – College for Modern Studies
Szent Borbála tér 1
2800 Tatabánya
Hungary
 
FIRST LEGO League Tournament
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) is a program that supports children and youngsters in order to introduce them to science and technology in a sporty atmosphere.
The basis of FLL is a robotics tournament in a cheerful atmosphere, where kids and youngsters need to solve a tricky "mission" with the help of a robot. The kids are researching a given topic within a team, they are planning programming and testing an autonomous robot to solve the mission. The FLL Teams take the opportunity to experience all steps of a real product development process: solving a problem under time pressure with insufficient resources and unknown competitors. FLL is a small microcosmos of real business life in all its respects.

Target audience
Children and teenagers between the ages of 9 and 16 years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Edutus College – College for Modern Studies
Szent Borbála tér 1
2800 Tatabánya
Hungary
 
FIRST LEGO League Tournament
Show details
FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) is a program that supports children and youngsters in order to introduce them to science and technology in a sporty atmosphere.
The basis of FLL is a robotics tournament in a cheerful atmosphere, where kids and youngsters need to solve a tricky "mission" with the help of a robot. The kids are researching a given topic within a team, they are planning programming and testing an autonomous robot to solve the mission. The FLL Teams take the opportunity to experience all steps of a real product development process: solving a problem under time pressure with insufficient resources and unknown competitors. FLL is a small microcosmos of real business life in all its respects.

Target audience
Children and teenagers between the ages of 9 and 16 years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
SZTE Ságvári Gimnázium
Szentháromság u. 2
6722 Szeged
Hungary
 
FIRST LEGO League Tournament
Show details
FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) is a program that supports children and youngsters in order to introduce them to science and technology in a sporty atmosphere.
The basis of FLL is a robotics tournament in a cheerful atmosphere, where kids and youngsters need to solve a tricky "mission" with the help of a robot. The kids are researching a given topic within a team, they are planning programming and testing an autonomous robot to solve the mission. The FLL Teams take the opportunity to experience all steps of a real product development process: solving a problem under time pressure with insufficient resources and unknown competitors. FLL is a small microcosmos of real business life in all its respects.

Target audience
Children and teenagers between the ages of 9 and 16 years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Miskolci Szakképzési Centrum Ferenczi Sándor Egészségügyi Szakgimnáziuma
Szigethy Mihály u. 8
3529 Miskolc
Hungary
 
FIRST LEGO League Tournament
Show details
FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) is a program that supports children and youngsters in order to introduce them to science and technology in a sporty atmosphere.
The basis of FLL is a robotics tournament in a cheerful atmosphere, where kids and youngsters need to solve a tricky "mission" with the help of a robot. The kids are researching a given topic within a team, they are planning programming and testing an autonomous robot to solve the mission. The FLL Teams take the opportunity to experience all steps of a real product development process: solving a problem under time pressure with insufficient resources and unknown competitors. FLL is a small microcosmos of real business life in all its respects.

Target audience
Children and teenagers between the ages of 9 and 16 years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Alternatív Közgazdasági Gimnázium (AKG)
Raktár utca 1
1035 Budapest
Hungary
 
Lab tour 5 @ Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics - Reseracher's Night (Kutatók Éjszakája)
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The Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics is open to all whom are interested in in surgical robotics. The participants will be able to see a da Vinci surgical robot and further medical devices, as well as spectacular robots from the industry.

Target audience
Everybody, with no age restrictions.
 
Obuda University, Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics
Tamás Nagy
tamas.daniel.nagy@irob.uni-obuda.hu
+36204242351
 
Obuda University, Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics
Becsi ut 96/b
H-1034 Budapest
Hungary
 
Lab tour 4 @ Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics - Reseracher's Night (Kutatók Éjszakája)
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The Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics is open to all whom are interested in in surgical robotics. The participants will be able to see a da Vinci surgical robot and further medical devices, as well as spectacular robots from the industry.

Target audience
Everybody, with no age restrictions.
 
Obuda University, Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics
Tamás Nagy
tamas.daniel.nagy@irob.uni-obuda.hu
+36204242351
 
Obuda University, Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics
Becsi ut 96/b
H-1034 Budapest
Hungary
 
Lab tour 3 @ Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics - Reseracher's Night (Kutatók Éjszakája)
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The Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics is open to all whom are interested in in surgical robotics. The participants will be able to see a da Vinci surgical robot and further medical devices, as well as spectacular robots from the industry.

Target audience
Everybody, with no age restrictions.
 
Obuda University, Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics
Tamás Nagy
tamas.daniel.nagy@irob.uni-obuda.hu
+36204242351
 
Obuda University, Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics
Becsi ut 96/b
H-1034 Budapest
Hungary
 
Lab tour 2 @ Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics - Reseracher's Night (Kutatók Éjszakája)
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The Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics is open to all whom are interested in in surgical robotics. The participants will be able to see a da Vinci surgical robot and further medical devices, as well as spectacular robots from the industry.

Target audience
Everybody, with no age restrictions.
 
Obuda University, Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics
Tamás Nagy
tamas.daniel.nagy@irob.uni-obuda.hu
+36204242351
 
Obuda University, Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics
Becsi ut 96/b
H-1034 Budapest
Hungary
 
Lab tour 1 @ Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics - Reseracher's Night (Kutatók Éjszakája)
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The Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics is open to all whom are interested in in surgical robotics. The participants will be able to see a da Vinci surgical robot and further medical devices, as well as spectacular robots from the industry.

Target audience
Everybody, with no age restrictions.
 
Obuda University, Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics
Tamás Nagy
tamas.daniel.nagy@irob.uni-obuda.hu
+36204242351
 
Obuda University, Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics
Becsi ut 96/b
H-1034 Budapest
Hungary
 
Robotok testközelből (robots up close) 1 - R. Night @ SZTAKI
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Our Institute will open its doors on the R. Night .
A SZTAKI Mérnöki és Üzleti Intelligencia kutatóközpontjában évek óta foglalkozunk úgynevezett Ipar 4.0 megoldásokkal. A bemutatón többféle valódi alkatrészek szerelését mutatjuk úgy, hogy az egyes lépéseknél választani lehet, hogy egy robot vagy a látogató végezze-e el. Így bárki dolgozhat együtt (kollaboratív módon) a robottal. Emellett látható a komplex szerelési munkaállomás digitális modellje, amelyet különféle szenzorok segítségével valós időben jelenítünk meg.

A gyártás és az informatika egyre szorosabb és átfogóbb kapcsolatát, az így kialakuló új technológiai megoldásokat és üzleti megközelítéseket hívjuk Ipar 4.0-nak. A digitalizáció segítségével ún. kiber-fizikai rendszerek alakulnak ki, ahol mindegyik berendezésnek a valódi (fizikai) példánya mellett egy digitális/virtuális (kiber) példánya is létezik, melyek mélyen összetartoznak és alkalmassá teszik a berendezést, hogy a felhasználóik sokkal átfogóbb és okosabb (smart) módon használhassák. Ennek a változásnak az egyik legizgalmasabb területe az újfajta robotizáció, amikor a robotok olyan környezetben dolgoznak, ahol ember is előfordul, sőt a robotok és az emberek közösen végeznek el feladatokat.

Target audience
Everybody, but registration is required
 
Research Laboratory on Engineering & Management Intelligence of the Institute for Computer Science and Control
Imre Paniti
imre.paniti at sztaki.hu
+36 1 279 6207
 
SZTAKI Ipar 4.0 kutatási és innovációs kiválósági központ – Győr (Széchenyi István Egyetem)
Egyetem tér 1
9026 Győr
Hungary
 
Robotok testközelből (robots up close) 2 - R. Night @ SZTAKI
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Our Institute will open its doors on the R. Night .
A SZTAKI Mérnöki és Üzleti Intelligencia kutatóközpontjában évek óta foglalkozunk úgynevezett Ipar 4.0 megoldásokkal. A bemutatón többféle valódi alkatrészek szerelését mutatjuk úgy, hogy az egyes lépéseknél választani lehet, hogy egy robot vagy a látogató végezze-e el. Így bárki dolgozhat együtt (kollaboratív módon) a robottal. Emellett látható a komplex szerelési munkaállomás digitális modellje, amelyet különféle szenzorok segítségével valós időben jelenítünk meg.

A gyártás és az informatika egyre szorosabb és átfogóbb kapcsolatát, az így kialakuló új technológiai megoldásokat és üzleti megközelítéseket hívjuk Ipar 4.0-nak. A digitalizáció segítségével ún. kiber-fizikai rendszerek alakulnak ki, ahol mindegyik berendezésnek a valódi (fizikai) példánya mellett egy digitális/virtuális (kiber) példánya is létezik, melyek mélyen összetartoznak és alkalmassá teszik a berendezést, hogy a felhasználóik sokkal átfogóbb és okosabb (smart) módon használhassák. Ennek a változásnak az egyik legizgalmasabb területe az újfajta robotizáció, amikor a robotok olyan környezetben dolgoznak, ahol ember is előfordul, sőt a robotok és az emberek közösen végeznek el feladatokat.

Target audience
Everybody, but registration is required
 
Research Laboratory on Engineering & Management Intelligence of the Institute for Computer Science and Control
Imre Paniti
imre.paniti at sztaki.hu
+36 1 279 6207
 
SZTAKI Ipar 4.0 kutatási és innovációs kiválósági központ – Győr (Széchenyi István Egyetem)
Egyetem tér 1
9026 Győr
Hungary
 
Robotok testközelből (robots up close) 3 - R. Night @ SZTAKI
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Our Institute will open its doors on the R. Night .
A SZTAKI Mérnöki és Üzleti Intelligencia kutatóközpontjában évek óta foglalkozunk úgynevezett Ipar 4.0 megoldásokkal. A bemutatón többféle valódi alkatrészek szerelését mutatjuk úgy, hogy az egyes lépéseknél választani lehet, hogy egy robot vagy a látogató végezze-e el. Így bárki dolgozhat együtt (kollaboratív módon) a robottal. Emellett látható a komplex szerelési munkaállomás digitális modellje, amelyet különféle szenzorok segítségével valós időben jelenítünk meg.

A gyártás és az informatika egyre szorosabb és átfogóbb kapcsolatát, az így kialakuló új technológiai megoldásokat és üzleti megközelítéseket hívjuk Ipar 4.0-nak. A digitalizáció segítségével ún. kiber-fizikai rendszerek alakulnak ki, ahol mindegyik berendezésnek a valódi (fizikai) példánya mellett egy digitális/virtuális (kiber) példánya is létezik, melyek mélyen összetartoznak és alkalmassá teszik a berendezést, hogy a felhasználóik sokkal átfogóbb és okosabb (smart) módon használhassák. Ennek a változásnak az egyik legizgalmasabb területe az újfajta robotizáció, amikor a robotok olyan környezetben dolgoznak, ahol ember is előfordul, sőt a robotok és az emberek közösen végeznek el feladatokat.

Target audience
Everybody, but registration is required
 
Research Laboratory on Engineering & Management Intelligence of the Institute for Computer Science and Control
Imre Paniti
imre.paniti at sztaki.hu
+36 1 279 6207
 
SZTAKI Ipar 4.0 kutatási és innovációs kiválósági központ – Győr (Széchenyi István Egyetem)
Egyetem tér 1
9026 Győr
Hungary
 
Digital Experience Center - organized free robotics classes
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Our aim is to provide knowledge through interesting and understandable activities related to information technology and the information society and to assist in career choices. Using the latest technology, we provide opportunities for creation, digital self-education and independent practice.

Interested visitors will be welcomed by our instructors and demonstrators at two of our extremely spectacular and inspiring Center venues, the Demonstration Space and the Creative Workshop. In the exhibition space, you can experience 3D printing, extended and virtual worlds, robotics, smart home devices, animations in Bluebox Studio, the benefits of mobile technology and humanoids. In the creative workshop we provide small group activities (programming) related to familiar tools and constantly strive to compile diverse and ever-changing topics.

Target audience
Students aged 6-19
 
Mobilis Közhasznú Nonprofit Kft.
Amália Bognár
bognar.amalia@mobility-gyor.hu
 
Mobility-Győr Digital Experience Center
Vásárhelyi Pál 66.
9026 Győr
Hungary
 
Robotics presentations at BME, Student Research Conference (SRC), manufacturing technology section
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Student Research Conference (SRC) presentations:
1. Univerzális megfogó vizsgálata optikai elven működő erőmérő használatával
Szerző:Nagy Attila Tamás
Konzulens:Dr. Paniti Imre (Számítástechnikai és Automatizálási Kutatóintézet)

2. Interaktív szerelés tervező rendszer fejlesztése robot cellákhoz
Szerző:Bálint Balázs András
Konzulens:Dr. Erdős Ferenc Gábor (GTT)

(3. Elektromos hajtású Formula Student versenyautó kábelkorbácsának tervezése és gyártása
Szerző:Szelezsán Bettina
Konzulens:Dr. Szalay Tibor (GTT))

4. Felső végtag antropometriai paramétereinek meghatározása és mozgatásának modellezése két robotkaros gyógytornáztatás esetében
Szerzők:Szigeti Tamás, Herke György
Konzulens:Tóth András (GTT)

5. Izometriás erőmérés és hőtérképezés, mint döntéstámogatási lehetőségek a stroke utáni rehabilitáció során végzett robotos terápiában
Szerző:Doros Marcell
Konzulens:Pilissy Tamás (GTT)

Target audience
Students
 
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Department of Manufacturing Science and Engineering
Tóth, András
toth at manuf.bme.hu
 
BME Department of Mechatronics, Optics and Information Engineering, D épület 401-es terem
Egry József 1
1111 Budapest
Hungary
 
Workshop on preparing for RoboCupJunior2020.
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This event is organized with the help of the Institute of Mathematics and Informatics in Univ. of Nyíregyháza and the County Organization of John von Neumann Computer Society.
There will be lectures on the rules of getting quotas for teams registering in Hungarian Robot Cup 2020.
University students over the age of 19 will receive information on how to take on the challenges of RoboCup.
Invited teams and mentors show the requirements of robots that can be successful at RoboCup championships in Portugal and France in 2020.

Target audience
Children and young adults from the ages of 10 years .
Adults who are interested in learning RoboCup challenges .

Please send your intention to participate by November 13th by email to andrea.k.bacskone@softwaremaster.hu !
 

Agnes B. Simon
bne.simon@gmail.com
+36304849124
 
Campus Kollégum 1. of University of Nyíregyháza
Sóstói 31/b
4400 Nyíregyháza
Hungary
 
FIRST LEGO League Tournament
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) is a program that supports children and youngsters in order to introduce them to science and technology in a sporty atmosphere.
The basis of FLL is a robotics tournament in a cheerful atmosphere, where kids and youngsters need to solve a tricky "mission" with the help of a robot. The kids are researching a given topic within a team, they are planning programming and testing an autonomous robot to solve the mission. The FLL Teams take the opportunity to experience all steps of a real product development process: solving a problem under time pressure with insufficient resources and unknown competitors. FLL is a small microcosmos of real business life in all its respects.

Target audience
Children and teenagers between the ages of 9 and 16 years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
American International School of Budapest
Nagykovácsi út 12
2094 Nagykovácsi
Hungary
 
Educational Reach-Out @ SZTAKI
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Our Institute will open its doors to Students.
Visitors from an elementary school will have an insight in the following research and development topics:
Autonomous Ground Vehicles
Human-Robot Collaboration
Virtual Reality
Drones

Target audience
Students (registration is required)
 
Institute for Computer Science and Control
Géza Haidegger
haidegger at sztaki.hu
 
Institute for Computer Science and Control
Kende 13
1111 Budapest
Hungary
 
Robotics developments up close
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Is it really more efficient for a human and a robot to work together on an assembly task?
How mobile robots navigate and what makes them safe to move around in a shared environment?
What communication channel can be used in robotics development?
In case you are looking for the answers of these questions, then please visit the Laboratory of SZTAKI in Győr,
where you can see the robots and their related developments live.
Ask your question to our colleagues who give you an insight into their work from 11 am on 11/20/2019.
If you would like to come, but the time is not suitable for you, don't worry, we will be hosting this program every month.

Target audience
Everybody
 
Research Laboratory on Engineering & Management Intelligence of the Institute for Computer Science and Control
Imre Paniti
imre.paniti at sztaki.hu
+36 1 279 6207
 
SZTAKI Ipar 4.0 kutatási és innovációs kiválósági központ – Győr (Széchenyi István Egyetem)
Egyetem tér 1
9026 Győr
Hungary
 
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