IVT at the Future Transport event!

It was an honour for the Innovative Vehicle Technologies Research Group to be invited to the Future Transport event, which took place in the framework of the Neumann Year at the Neumann University. The leader of the research group, Dr. Máté Zöldy, took part in a round table discussion with Dr. Barna Hanula and Virág Mészáros, among others, in front of an audience of more than 200 people. The future of transport will be electric, but not exclusively electric, concluded the panelists.

Our PhD students participated in the SAMI conference

In February 2023, our young doctoral colleagues participated in the 21ST world Symposium on Applies Machine Intelligence and Informatics, where they successfully presented papers on machine vision.

Károly Fodor compared two “State of the Art” visual SLAM algorithms on a low cost sensor system and presented his own data set for this.

Márton Cserni developed a new method: he presented a fast and efficient image segmentation algorithm by fusing neural networks and classical image processing.

Innovative Vehicle Technology within Horizon Europe

Jointly with BME-FIEK our project proposal on Horizon proposal is announced. One of the latest installment of BME LinkedIn series, #MeetBMEresearchers, is now live and available for viewing.

You can access the post at this link.

We develop our competencies related to metal 3D printing in new collaborations

For years, the laser and additive technology research group has been developing its competencies in the field of metal 3D printing, for which we have a good opportunity to participate in projects with domestic partners that are related to specific applications. In a domestic tender launched a few months ago, research is being carried out on the topic of printing precision metal parts, building on previous results in cooperation with domestic universities, research institutes and corporate partners.

Research in additively manufactured maraging steel and titanium alloys

During the last year, the Materials Science and Manufacturing Technology Research Group has carried out significant research into the mechanical and structural properties of additively manufactured maraging steels and Ti6Al4V alloys. Our research was supported by market KFI and TKP grants. We examined the effects of different heat treatment profiles on the mechanical properties of […]

MIT has selected Hungary for its renowned innovation program

In the next two years, the university colleagues of the Hungarian innovation ecosystem will work together with MIT, one of the most respected technical universities in the world. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston’s entrepreneurial acceleration program aims to encourage international participants to work together, who can then more effectively help develop their own region. This gives Hungary the opportunity to become the world’s innovation frontrunner.

More details: https://kozlekedes.bme.hu/2023/01/16/magyarorszagot-is-bevalasztotta-neves-innovacios-programjaba-az-mit/

We’re going to Japan!

We are happy to announce that after the European regional round, the Security Technology Research Group of the Department and their students made it to the ESV SSTDC finals in Japan. This year, the group will represent Europe in the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration NHTSA competition.

The finalist topic is “Safety risk-based vehicle control system, using V2V communication, with special regard to network performance indicators and vehicle dynamics parameters”.

More information about the competition can be found at this link.