EPIC CoE will have a separate booth in Pavilon A where the newest R&D&I results will be exhibited and demonstrated for the public. We are looking forward to see you at our booth Number 201F1.
The first Industrial Digitization Day will be organized on 10th October 2017 with the support of EPIC Centre of Excellence. The planned yearly event is dedicated to industrial leaders and in this year will focus on the main Industry 4.0, IoT, a picture about the Hungarian status in the industrial digitization, as well as the new developments in digital factory methodologies and software tools.
Industry 4.0 Research and Innovation Centre of Excellence located at Széchenyi István University in Győr is waiting the interested visitors during the Researcher’s Night on 29th September 2017. Our colleagues will demonstrate the new open lab including the pilot manufacturing system and the newly installed collaborative robots. In the new environment the visitors can interactively work together with the small robots and they will get an insight view of the robotized 3D laser scanning. We are looking forward to host all the interested visitors
The Workshop organized by MTA SZTAKI and EPIC Centre of Excellence was a forum for advancing knowledge and exchange ideas on methods, principles, instruments and tools, standards and industrial applications on Technical Diagnostics as well as their diffusion across the scientific community. Participants had an excellent opportunity to meet top specialists from industry and academia all over the world and to enhance their international co-operation. The conference featured four keynote presentations from both leading industry and academia representatives.
The largest Automobile and Logistics Conference and Fair outside Budapest was organized in Zalaegerszeg, Hungary on 1st and 2nd June 2017. The host institute of the EPIC Centre of Excellence, MTA SZTAKI presented its main innovation results and solutions in the fair.
Numerous important economic announcements were made during the main Conference organized on the opening day of the Exhibitions. At the greatest industrial gathering in Hungary, all key sectors playing a leading role in the spread of industrial digitalization, or Industry 4.0, were represented at the event. OEM manufacturers and suppliers of machine tools, robotics, industrial hardware, electronics and automotive industry, moreover, representatives of digital factory, logistics and automation service providers were present in a great number at the Budapest Fair Center. During the four days 16,700 people visited the exhibitions, which is more than 10 percent increase compared to the number of visitors two years ago.
MTA SZTAKI, the main partner in EPIC was present at the Fair on separate booth, which was very attractive with its interactive robotic cell and the industrial digitization demonstrators.