The SZTAKI’s Industry 4.0 Centre of Excellence in Győr targets problems where the high-level basic research helps solving practical industry needs.
Cyber-physical systems are computing structures that are intensively connected to the surrounding physical world and physical processes, and at the same time serve and utilize the data access and data processing services available on the Internet.
The centre focuses primarily on robotic tasks. In 2022 it will be extended with sensor and robot technologies which on the one hand are essential to conduct research in human-robot collaboration and teamwork on the other hand, it opens the system to non-traditional robotic applications.
The first example of this is the robotsupported experimental hydroponic plant fertilization system. The IoT capabilities of the pilot system are also developing to support the tracking and tracing of the objects of the production system (e.g., using advanced 5G technologies).