The Medtech4 Europe project aims to optimise the effectiveness of public policies on research and innovation capacities in the field of medical technologies, as its title suggests. The theme of the event is relevant to the development of medical devices.

Encounters like 4.0 are leading to the latest innovations in robotics, automation and the Internet of Things (IoT), as the future of manufacturing is a close collaboration between humans, artificial intelligence, robots and automation.

Whatever the size of your business, now is the time to review where you (still) have the opportunity to implement 4.0 technologies, to use innovative services that will help your business to start on the road to the future, easily and quickly ahead of your competitors.

In our webinar, we will provide insights into how state-of-the-art indoor positioning systems work, trends in robotics and automation in 2022, and the potential of industrial drones for photogrammetric applications to support work in a wide range of industries.


Our hosts:

Roland Szabó, Software Development Director, MOHAnet Zrt.
Indoor positioning with UWB technology
With the new technology developed and presented here, we are able to determine the position of objects in real time, with an accuracy of up to centimetres. In this presentation we will show the principle of the known solutions and the main differences to the new technology. We will present the Hardware and Software required, how we tested the accuracy of the new solution and finally what the technical basis of our final results was.

Norbert Abronits, Computer Engineer, Sales Engineer, B&O Engineering Ltd.
Where is robotics heading in 2022?
What are the latest trends and solutions in manufacturing automation? How will self-driving robots rewrite warehouse processes? How is Ikea automating its logistics centre, and why is one of Europe’s largest warehouse technology manufacturers buying a robot development garage company? In our presentation we will explore these fresh and important topics.

Krisztián Gyarmati, Operations Director, Loricatus Ltd.
Digital reality in the 21st century
Our risk analysis and data collection system is capable of collecting fast, realistic and highly accurate data to support the work of a wide range of industries. Our point cloud, based on photogeometric surveys supported by drone aerial data collection, is suitable for defining the baseline data of exact computational flows, as well as for software, AI-based or expert processing, tailored to the client’s needs. The processed data enables visualisation of models at the highest level of detail, objects can be physically created using 3D printing.


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The Medtech4 Europe project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund and Hungary within the Interreg Europe Program.