Hungarian DBpedia service is launched on , as the experimental, beta version of the Hungarian Wikipedia-based knowledge graph. DBpedia converts Wikipedia contents to a format that is machine-readable and -processable, thus providing an extensive amount of data to Artificial Intelligence (AI) and other software.
Within the framework of the EPIC project, EPIC InnoLabs, SZTAKI and the Fraunhofer Institute in Stuttgart have collaborated to produce the following questionnaire, which explores the potential of applying artificial intelligence methods in the field of production planning and management.
The oldest news agency of the United States visited the Győr laboratory of SZTAKI to take a look at robotic plant farming.
The joint summer school of SZTAKI and Fraunhofer Society focused on human-robot collaboration, within which it focused on collaborative assembly. Four teams of participants from international engineering consultants learned the details of the human-robot collaboration and were able to analyze the lessons of working together on their own.
The goals set in the cooperation of the parties will help researchers, domestic medical technology developers, manufacturers, and the efforts of the government in the field of health care, thus creating interests for those involved in the health industry.
The Innovation Cluster for Digital Society (Biztonságos Digitális Társadalom Innovációs Klaszter – BDTIK) held its inaugural meeting on July 27, 2021, with the participation of SZTAKI. At the same time, it launched innovative projects aimed at the development of e-government and e-public services, the performance of law enforcement tasks, and the application of artificial intelligence for administrative purposes, which could not yet meet the needs of citizens. The cluster brings together industry-leading public IT service providers, higher education and academic institutions to bring together their research and development activities to further support the digital society through their innovations. The cluster operates within the framework of the National Laboratory for Infocommunications and Information Technology.
As part of this year’s International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling (ICAPS 2021), an open international competition called “Dynamic Pickup And Delivery Problem” organized by Huawei sought a solution to the title challenge.
The EPIC CoE Youtube channel is primarily for those who are interested in engineering sciences. The uploaded videos present details of the operation and research of cyber-physical production systems, such as automated manoeuvres of mobilized robots, assembly by a robotic arm in a collaborative environment, but one may also find complete scientific demonstrations.
Zsolt János Viharos, senior researcher of SZTAKI presented at the IP-IT Academy webinar, organized by the Hungarian Intellectual Property Office.
The two national laboratories coordinated by SZTAKI, the Artificial Intelligence National Laboratory (MILAB) and the National Laboratory for Autonomous Systems (ARNL) both took part at the exhibition held by the Artificial Intelligence Coalition in June, to showcase demonstrations and projects to the public.
SZTAKI and the Fraunhofer Society organize a summer school program together under the umbrella of the EPIC project, between June 28 and August 5, to focus on human-robot collaboration. The participating teams formed by students from Hungary and abroad as well got such a part kit which may demonstrate local assembly.
The National Research, Development and Innovation Office of Hungary is holding an information day to introduce participation opportunities in the Horizon Europe Widening calls. A senior researcher of SZTAKI, as experienced project coordinator, will also hold a presentation.
Respecters, students and colleagues may have their final goodbyes from Professor Tibor Vámos at an official commemoration in autumn, organized by SZTAKI. Further information about the event will be communicated by the Institute.
The publication is focusing on the 2020-2021 developments, projects, competencies and solutions offered by the Institute. The publication is available as a flipbook and as a downloadable .pdf as well.
Bálint Vanek, deputy head of the Systems and Control Lab of SZTAKI, and leader of the Aerospace Guidance, Navigation, and Control Group, has showcased the research of his laboratory and how its revolutionizing the future of aviation by flexible wings in an introduction video of SZTAKI made for the INCOM 2021 virtual conference.
The Hungarian Artificial Intelligence Coalition held a professional partner day on 15.06., and a public exhibition on 16.06. Demonstrations of the Institute for Computer Science and Control (SZTAKI) and other partners of the Artificial Intelligence National Laboratory (MILAB) were on display at the Q building of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
A new textbook titled Advanced Human–Robot Collaboration in Manufacturing has recently been published by Springer, co-edited by József Váncza, head of the Research Laboratory on Engineering & Management Intelligence, Zsolt Kemény, senior research fellow at the same department, as well as Lihui Wang and Xi Vincent Wang, researchers of the Swedish KTH Royal Institute of Technology.
At the closing ceremony, the Young Author Award was presented to Lucrezia Morabito for her paper titled “A Discrete Event Simulation Based Approach for Digital Twin Implementation”.
The second day of INCOM 2021 begun with a virtual round table panel about the well-known yet rarely debated phase: “data is the new oil”.
The first day of 2021’s virtual INCOM event begun with an opening ceremony, held by Prof. László Monostori, director of SZTAKI. Monostori talked about the Hungarian contributions to IFAC in the past, including the presidency of Prof. Tibor Vámos, founder of SZTAKI, who recently passed away in the age of 94.