More than 300 visitors took part in HUN-REN SZTAKI's activities during 2023s Researchers' Night, powered by EPIC project

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HUN-REN SZTAKI awaited its visitors with ten different programs, including a drone parade, an autonomous land vehicle, an interactive blockchain simulation, robots, aging clocks, baby monitoring, and a hardware history exhibition.
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Starting at 14:00 and running until 9:00 p.m., the more than 300 visitors were mostly engaged in interactive activities to learn about engineering. The Innovation and Demonstration Space (IDS) on the sixth floor of the institute's building on Lágymányosi street offered a range of demonstrations: a portrait drawing robot, a packing robot, a component assembly robot - all part of European Robotics Week , and a self-propelled mapping vehicle to get up close and personal or even try them out. Many EPIC researchers took part of the programme.