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Apr 05, 2022
Test of safety critical electronics on redundant experimental aircraft
On 28th March 2022. safety critical electronics was tested by researchers of SZTAKI on-board the Sindy experimental aircraft with the support of Aero Média Ltd.. The aircraft is operated in frame of the Autonomous Systems National Laboratory.
Apr 05, 2022
Further testing facilities of the ZalaZone Automotive Proving Ground are now operational
On 28 March 2022, the 265-hectare ZalaZone automotive test track, a HUF 45 billion development, was officially opened. At the opening ceremony, visitors could view a joint demonstration of autonomous vehicles presented by the consortium members of the NLAS.
Mar 31, 2022
Communication and cooperation between autonomous vehicles and traffic lights – a live demonstration
Researchers at the Department of Control for Transportation and Vehicle Systems of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics gave a live demonstration on how self-driving go-karts and a traffic control unit can communicate and cooperate via wireless connection.
Mar 26, 2022
Zoltán Szabó, researcher at SZTAKI, was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Order of Merit of Hungary
The research advisor of the Systems and Control Lab of SZTAKI was awarded the medal for his "achievements in the field of control theory research and education".
Mar 22, 2022
Real-time road environment detection using 3D LIDAR data
Researchers at Széchenyi István University have developed an algorithm that can detect hard shoulders and free drivable road areas in real time from 3D LIDAR point clouds.
Mar 17, 2022
REFORMula Challenge completed
The 2nd Budapest Grand Prix of the REFORMula Challenge Innovation Competition II, organized with the professional support of the Autonomous Systems National Laboratory coordinated by SZTAKI, in which teams of high school and university students competed their skills.
Mar 11, 2022
A delegation from the British Embassy visited SZTAKI
A high-level delegation from the British Embassy in Budapest visited SZTAKI on 9 March to learn about the research and development activities at the Institute and at the national laboratories coordinated by the Institute.
Mar 10, 2022
The Autonomous Systems National Laboratory held a three-day symposium in February
A successful scientific symposium was held at ARNL, where the results achieved so far by ARNL researchers and research groups in the application areas and research topics researched by the national laboratory were presented.
Mar 09, 2022
Object detection and tracking in a simulator environment that models sensors
Researchers at Széchenyi István University have developed and are using a simulator that models the usual sensors of autonomous vehicles to perform object recognition and tracking experiments and testing.