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The productivity of the serial production model is compromised by the need to perform changes in the production equipment that cannot support multiple operations in dynamic environments. Low cost labour is no longer an option for EU manufacturers due to the fast rise of wages and the increasing costs of energy and logistics. Manual tasks cannot be fully automated with a good ratio of cost vs robus ...
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Today’s driver assistance systems offer comfort and safety in sound environmental conditions. However, in harsh environment conditions – when needed most – systems stop working due to reduced sensor information quality. Targeting to the area of highly automated driving the improvement of perception, decision and planning under adverse conditions is one of the main challenges to be addressed. Robus ...
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... level take part in a cultur seminar and a special language training, that is supported by the realisation of a training case study. A business aspect is given by customer visits, that is made with a SICK Key Account Manager. The training is taught by a senior interpreter and partly takes place at a university. The second arrangement is a training trip to our Hungarian partner, the SICK subsidiary ...
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Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Lasers (“VCSEL”) drive and enable a number of fast growing markets, such as data transmission, camera surveillance, optical sensors and industrial processes. They are III-V semiconductor components made from GaAs, that can be processed in a way that resembles LED or CMOS processing. Yet, the status of VCSEL manufacturing is still embryonic when compared to LED manu ...
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In the recent years due to tremendous development and integration of renewable energy resources in Europe, hydraulic turbines and pump-turbines are key technical components to contribute to renewable energy production and to compensate for the stochastic nature of the variable energy sources, preserving thus the electrical grid stability.As a result, the overarching objective of the project is the ...
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Mobil beléptető kapu tervezése forgóajtóval

Start date: Jul 1, 2015, End date: Jun 30, 2016,

... project. They learn CAD-CAM Information Technology in grade 10-11 at Jedlik Ányos Secondary School of Engineering and IT situated in Győr. The students complete their apprenticeship at the plant of SICK AG in Waldkirch, Germany from 4 March to 24 march 2016. One teacher accompanies them, since they are under-age students. There is a shortage in the field of CAD-CAM IT profession in the Western- Tr ...
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Since severalt years SICK AG organises mobility projects within a partnership between the SICK group Germany and the Hungarian subsidiary SICK Kft. The arrangements are made for 10 SICK trainees in different professions and levels of their trainingship. All of them have been made first experience within the production area and departments that have interfaces to the subsidiaries abroad. This mobil ...
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Plug And Navigate ROBOTS for smart factories (PAN-Robots)

Start date: Nov 1, 2012, End date: Oct 31, 2015,

Today, product processing and packaging have often reached a high degree of automation, in which energy consumption, agile manufacturing and product customization are well addressed. On the other hand transportation of raw materials and final products from/to storage and shipment points usually requires the use of manually operated forklifts. However, automation and optimization should be applied ...
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SICK AG has been taken part in mobility activities with an existing partnership between the SICK group Germany, its Hungarian subsidiary SICK Kft. and the Jedlik Anyos school. This mobility activity for 10 of our apprentises in different professions and of the firth until third year of trainingship supports the internationalisation of the company, the promotion of the group background and the tra ...
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... project. They learn CAD-CAM Information Technology in grade 10-11 at Jedlik Ányos Secondary School of Engineering and IT situated in Győr. The students complete their apprenticeship at the plant of SICK AG in Waldkirch, Germany from 18 October to 7 November 2014. One teacher accompanies them, since they are under-age students. There is a shortage in the field of CAD-CAM IT profession in the Wester ...
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Low-cost Miniature Laserscanner for Environment Perception (MiniFaros)

Start date: Jan 1, 2010, End date: Dec 31, 2012,

Description Novel low-cost miniature Laserscanner for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems enhancing road safety The wish and determination for considerably fewer accidents have been pronounced by a number of European stakeholders, like the EU programme ‘Halving the number of road accident victims i ...
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Highly Automated Vehicles for Intelligent Transport (HAVE-it)

Start date: Feb 1, 2008, End date: Jul 31, 2011,

Description The groundbreaking HAVEit proposal aims at the long-term vision of highly automated driving. Within this proposal important intermediate steps will be developed, validated and demonstrated. These intermediate results on the one hand offer high potential for exploitation within 3-5 years after HAVEit and on the other hand form the ...
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Cooperative Intersection Safety (INTERSAFE-2)

Start date: Jun 1, 2008, End date: May 31, 2011,

Today, most so called 'black spots' have been eliminated from the road networks. However, intersections can still be regarded as black spots. Depending on the region and country, from 30 to 60% of all injury accidents and up to one third of the fatalities are intersection related. This is due mainly to the fact that accident scenarios at intersections are among the most complex ones, since differe ...
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Motorcycle and moped fatalities account for 17,8% of the total number of road accident fatalities in Europe and, compared to a passenger car occupant, a motorcycle rider is 26 times more likely to die in a crash, based on vehicle miles travelled, as riders are among the vulnerable road users.SAFERIDER aims to enhanced PTW riders' safety by applying ADAS/IVIS on PTWs of all types for the most cruci ...
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Testing and Evaluation Methods for ICT-based Safety Systems (eVALUE)

Start date: Jan 1, 2008, End date: Dec 31, 2010,

Going forward to accident free traffic, evaluation and standardised testing methods of ICT-based safety systems are essential. The main focus of the proposed research project is to define objective evaluation and testing methods for ICT-based safety systems. Performance test results presented to the public will help to promote the use of ICT-based safety systems. The project is based on safety sys ...
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