Łukasiewicz-PIAP at the BUDMA fair
We invite you to the BUDMA International Construction Fair, to be held in Poznań on January 30, where we will showcase a robotised station for additive manufacturing of construction elements.
Polish companies can gain real support in developing innovation. This is possible thanks to cooperation with Łukasiewicz – PIAP which is involved in several European-wide initiatives – EDIH, BPK and EIT-M.
Łukasiewicz – PIAP strengthens its position on Asian markets. The institute’s mobile robot showroom has been set up in the capital of the Republic of Korea, showcasing PIAP IBIS, PIAP FENIX and PIAP GRYF robots, among others.
The PIAP HUNTeR unmanned platform equipped with the AREX ZMU-03 tower made its debut at the testing ground in Nowa Dęba during the Field Experimentation Exercises. The soldiers could practically assess the possibilities of using this armed wheeled vehicle in various tactical situations.
A team of scientists from Łukasiewicz – PIAP were awarded the IGNAC award in the “Implementation of the Year” category for the implementation of portable patrolling robots in the Polish Armed Forces. The award was presented during the largest R&D event in Poland.
During the Adriatic Sea Defence & Aerospace 2023 fair in Zadar, representatives of the Croatian Armed Forces and other guests could take a close look at Łukasiewicz – PIAP’s pyrotechnic robots, including the PIAP FENIX light robot and the largest PIAP IBIS.
A digital knowledge base on Polish robotics was made available in May. This unique repository, created by Łukasiewicz – PIAP based on the institute’s almost 50 years worth of collection, provides access to knowledge of technological advances, both historical and recent.
During the 27th edition of the International Fair of Automation and Measurements “Automaticon”, which took place on 7-9 March 2023, there was no shortage of manufacturers, assemblers, integrators and end customers for solutions in the field of automation, industrial measurements and robotics.
The European Defence Agency has launched a research and technology project on the development of unmanned combat ground vehicles with high autonomy. Among the European industrial partners is Łukasiewicz – PIAP. The aim of the project is to define, design and develop a set of functional combat modules.
Polish mobile robots have been delivered to the Special Operations Units of the Korean National Police (KNP-SOU). Łukasiewicz – PIAP delivered the latest models of the EOD – PIAP GRYF pyrotechnic robot adapted to carry out neutralisation activities related to the use of dangerous objects and devices.
Łukasiewicz – PIAP presents its robotic solutions during the cyclical “Night at the Institute of Aviation”. Robot driving exercises and demonstrations of the capabilities of PIAP SCOUT, PIAP IBIS and PIAP FENIX robots are just some of the attractions.
The 30th International Defence Industry Exhibition would not have been able to do without Łukasiewicz – PIAP robotic systems. Kielce hosted the latest versions of PIAP GRYF and PIAP IBIS pyrotechnic robots, among others.
Polish engineers are working on a prototype of a landing gear for a rover that could deliver samples taken on Mars to a spacecraft. PIAP Space specialists are working on the development of a prototype in an international consortium with Airbus and MDA.
Automation and robotics are “hot” fields today that can offer a lot to engineers, just as engineers can offer a lot to them. Łukasiewicz – PIAP is an ideal place to start a career in this industry. In a recording prepared by rocketjobs.pl in cooperation with Tomasz Rożek from @Nauka. To Lubię, Maciej Cader, PhD, Deputy Director for Research at Łukasiewicz – PIAP, talks about the engineering profession and career path at our institute.
Since the beginning of the new year, the officers of the Border Guard have been supported by a digital PIAP GRYF robot.
Since December, the latest version of PIAP Gryf explosive ordnance disposal robot has been supporting the Border Guard in Silesia region. infosecurity.pl highlights the advantages of this solution.
2020 brought a distinctive progress in the development of unmanned ground vehicles. Łukasiewicz – PIAP is one of the institutes setting new trends by developing a mobile rapid response Hunter platform.
The Border Guard outpost at the Katowice-Pyrzowice airport has received a new generation explosive ordnance disposal robot by Łukasiewicz-PIAP.
PIAP Space has signed a joint contract with the European Space Agency to develop a prototype of a multi-articulated robotic arm for satellite deorbiting and on-orbit servicing.
A mobile, unmanned Hunter platform developed by Łukasiewicz – PIAP is a perfect solution for rapid response operations. More details are available at Magazyn Militarny MILMAG website.
French and Israeli forces has ordered the TRM robots previously delivered to the Italian Carabinieri and used by counter-terrorism units of the Polish Police.