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American scientists from Caltech and NASA JPL invited the Łukasiewicz – PIAP Institute to participate in the DARPA Subterranean Challenge taking place in the USA. The test robot manufactured at the Institute was the first Polish robot to participate in the challenge.
Komputer Świat reports on the modern equipment supplied to the Polish police forces. Among others, our police officers are supported by Łukasiewicz – PIAP robots: PIAP Gryf medium explosive ordnance disposal robot and PIAP Ibis heavy explosive ordnance disposal robot.
The main edition of Wiadomości and Teleexpress Extra showed a robot developed by Łukasiewicz – PIAP Institute. The robot is currently at NASA. A cooperation of Polish and US engineers is aimed at space exploration.
Marcin Kraska, vice-president of Łukasiewicz Research Network for Research and Development discusses research on vehicle autonomy, robots for the military, UN meetings, introducing autonomous robots in factories, farming and other examples in an interview with Money.pl.
There is a lot to fight for. New competitions starting this year as part of the EEG and Norway Grants are a real opportunity for the entrepreneurs – writes Krzysztof Orłowski, editor of “My Company Polska”. The research institutes have already benefited from the grants. Paulina Wojda from ŁUKASIEWICZ – PIAP Institute discusses our experience in obtaining grants and leading similar projects.
An extra pair of eyes and ears – a new TRM mine and explosive ordnance disposal robot designed by ŁUKASIEWICZ – PIAP Institute – for the border guards working at the Lublin Airport border crossing – informs Dziennik Wschodni.
Our space expert Mateusz Wolski, ŁUKASIEWICZ – PIAP Institute, talks to Michał Lizut in TOK FM radio about astronauts, space exploration and the future of space travels.
NASA believes that the Moon will soon be taken over by companies making money on extracting mineral resources. Building the moon bases will be a difficult task that will require robots – and Polish scientist know how to do just that. NASA is currently testing PIAP robots. These were designed for NATO, and thus are very durable, says Artur B. Chmielewski, NASA Space Mission Managed during the 10th Night at the Institute of Aviation. More on NASA space plans and possibilities for cooperation with Polish companies and scientists can be found on the PIAP website – Science in Poland.
During this year’s International Defence Industry Exhibition, ŁUKASIEWICZ Research Network – Industrial Research Institute for Automation and Measurements PIAP with CRW Telesystem-Mesko presented an Autonomous Combat Air Defence System – ASBOP – PERKUN mounted on a remotely-controlled IBIS mobile robot fitted with the Polish Grom/Piorun missiles, reports Polish Radio 24. Read the entire article on new technologies presented at MSPO 2019.
At the invitation of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, ŁUKASIEWICZ – PIAP Institute PIAP presented the new robotic solutions and technologies for reconnaissance and neutralization of improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and unexploded ordnances (UXOs). More information at Defence24.pl.
The Industrial Development Agency (ARP) signed a contract to take up a 44% share in PIAP Space, a branch of ŁUKASIEWICZ – PIAP Institute. The contract is worth over PLN 3 million. The funds will accelerate the completion of the order for a gripper designed to remove decommissioned satellites from the orbit – Wyborcza.biz reported.
EU space industry employs 230,000 people and is estimated to be already worth of EUR 53 to 62 million. What is Poland’s contribution in this context? Very significant. – Warsaw-based PIAP Space is one of the companies which take advantage of the developing European space industry to the full extent – Euronews, a news channel publishing articles and videos in 12 languages, reported. Read the article and watch the video featuring ŁUKASIEWICZ – PIAP Institute.
Robots on production lines will not surprise anyone today. Sometimes human beings work shoulder-to-shoulder with machines. Joanna Kulik, Industrial Research Institute for Automation and Measurements PIAP, discusses rules for designing robotic cells and safe work with robots at AutomatykaOnline.pl.
Robots featuring high-performance artificial intelligence are often hidden in laboratories and fail to reach mass production. Over time (…) everyone will have a few such robots at home; they will accompany us at work, at school, on the move, at hospital – says Dr. Maciej Cader, ŁUKASIEWICZ – PIAP Institute, talking to editor Bronisław Tumiłowicz. You will find the interview at the Tygodnik Przegląd weekly’s website.
– explains Maciej Cader, EngD from the Mobile System Centre at the Industrial Research Institute for Automation and Measurements PIAP in an interview with Defence24.pl.
PIAP has been initially specializing in explosive ordnance disposal robots. Now, it specializes in robotic arms used in space for grabbing space junk and relocating it towards the Earth’s atmosphere – says president of the Polish Space Agency, Grzegorz Brona, EngD in an interview with NaukawPolsce.pl.
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Marek Petz, one of the best known and highly regarded automation expert in Poland speaks to Łukasz Badowski, Radio Dla Ciebie on robots and working with robots. Listen to the program, especially the section between 38 and 50 minutes, where they talk about robots made by the Industrial Institute for Automatics and Measurements (PIAP) and the future of robotics.
Development of co-robotization – a new branch of robotics – gains traction. The potential and benefits of co-robotization are endless. Practical examples, implementation of co-operating robots and Industry 4.0 in manufacturing plants are discussed by AUTOMATYKA and AutomatykaOnline.pl as part of the report from the conference organized by the Industrial Research Institute for Automation and Measurements PIAP.
Since April, IBIS robots by PIAP have been used in the operations by the Chemical and Ecological Rescue Teams of the State Fire Service in Warsaw, Katowice and Poznań. These are the first heavy robots used by the State Fire Service. Norbert Klekotko discusses CBRN robots and devices in his article “Kollege Roboter“ in the trade German magazine for fire and rescue services FEUERWEHR.