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PIAP invites students and doctoral students to the Creative Students - Rapid Prototyping and Numerical Calculations Science Club.
3D scanning is not only about obtaining the geometry, but also about the quality control of production batches from external suppliers, emphasizes Maciej Cader, Secretary of the PIAP Scientific Board. ‘Magazyn Przemysłowy’ presents the process in practical terms as well as discusses the projects implemented by PIAP Design.
The EXPLORER inspection device has evolved. PIAP designers have introduced changes, as a result of which the EXPLORER became lighter, more ergonomic and its operation more intuitive. Yet, the price remained the same. The EXPLORER will gain new functionality in the future. Find out more in ‘Raport – Wojsko – Technika – Obronność’ magazine.
How real of a threat is unattended luggage? How does airport security handle suspicious items? What are the tasks of a counter-terrorism robot? The answers can be found in the report from handing over PIAP IBIS robot to the Border Security published by the regional edition of wyborcza.pl in Kraków.
No one can argue that the future lies in co-robotization. This was made clear at the 1st Edition of the Co-robotics Convention held by PIAP. What are the other topics covered at the Convention? Read more in the report by the event’s media sponsors – ‘Automatyka’ magazine and Automatykaonline.pl.
Prof. Teresa Zielińska and Prof. Cezary Zieliński – Editor of PIAP scientific quarterly magazine ‘PAR’ discuss the challenges faced by the scientist while dealing with cooperation between robots and humans.
An old army proverb says that a sapper makes a mistake only once in his life. Light reconnaissance robots Balsa developed by PIAP and introduced in the Polish Army can make this rule obsolete, as reported by at StrefaBiznesu.pl.
The robotization processes in the industry and in our lives will happen whether we are part of the industry 4.0 or not – said Krzysztof Lipiec – a representative of PIAP’s Economic Partnership Manager in the ‘Debata Jedynki’ programme.
The robots have evolved in time gaining new capabilities – new PIAP products introduced at the 25th International Defence Industry Exhibition MSPO in Kielce are presented at defence24.pl.
Robotization is a topic of discussion everywhere where there is a workforce deficit – says Łukasz Wojtczak, PIAP Sales and Marketing Manager.
Interview with Maciej Cader PhD(Eng) from the Industrial Institute for Automatics and Measurements (PIAP) on MosquitOIL – an innovation created at the interface between biology, zoology and mobile robotics.
Robots manufactured by the Industrial Research Institute for Automation and Measurements PIAP protect life and health. wp.pl reports on the history of robot development and manufacturing.
In the first quarter 2017, the Industrial Institute for Automatics and Measurements (PIAP) has delivered new PIAP GRYF robots to the South Korean and Indonesian armed forces – reports defence24.pl.
‘Puls Azji’ reports on the next shipment of PIAP GRYF© robots to Indonesia and South Korea.
Warsaw-Modlin Border Services has received new pyrotechical equipment, including IBIS® and TRM® robots.
The future of robotics (also outside Poland) is discussed in an interview with Prof. Piotr Szynkarczyk, PhD(Eng), PIAP President by “Nowy Dziennik”, a New York based magazine.
Anna Stańczyk, PIAP apprentice spokesperson explains the legal aspects of the Development Plan for Electromobility in the March issue of ‘Automatyka’.
Thales Alenia Space introduced the concept of a multi-purpose spacecraft for carrying satellites into their designated orbits, spacecraft refuelling and service or de-orbiting missions. One of the components tested as part of the project was a robotic gripper developed by the Institute.
PIAP in cooperation with Comau, on 16 February organized ‘Dzień Robotyki’ – a symposium with a demonstration of robotic stations, with a participation of over 150 representatives of the manufacturing companies. ‘Główny Mechanik’ reported on the event.
The concept inspired by nature will significantly reduce the impact of disasters on contamination of seas and oceans. A gnat robot developed by PIAP will suck the contaminants just like the real insect sucks blood.
Jacek Frontczak, PIAP talks about the support for private companies that consider providing day nurseries for employees’ children in ‘Jedynka’ radio station.