The autonomous car jointly developed by SZTAKI and Széchenyi István University was also present at the event, which was held in front of two hundred people, where Minister of Innovation and Technology Dr. László Palkovics also spoke.
The minister said the automotive test track will be completed by the end of the year, and its capacity will be tied up by researchers in two years at the latest. Within the framework of the event, the Automotive Industry Working Committee of the North Transdanubia regional organization of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences was established under the chairmanship of Ferenc Szauter, the head of the Automotive Research Center of the Széchenyi István University.
At the event, the autonomous car jointly developed by SZTAKI and Széchenyi István University encountered obstacles automously during the presentation, and another presentation revealed how the car uses the sensor data of a drone. The SZTAKI drone maneuvering demo was also made, these tiny quadcopters presented various maneuvers, flew over obstacles in a convoy (a video of these was also made, you can watch it below).
The following video shows the demonstration of robotic construction robots and ground-to-aircraft cooperation at the Automotive Research Center of the Széchenyi István University.