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14:00- 14:30

Learn about Form 3 and Form 3L

SLA 3D printers

Status

Limited Capacity

Description

Lets walk through the Form 3 printer together! Meet the features of the machine to learn more about 3D printing. How does it improve 3D printing with all of its features?

 

Formlabs

 

Formlabs is an American 3D printing technology startup. Started out of MIT in 2011, the company now employs over 450 people across offices in Boston, Berlin, Tokyo, Budapest and Shenzhen. Formlabs is establishing the industry benchmark for professional 3D printing for engineers, designers, and manufacturers around the globe, and accelerating innovation in a variety of industries, including engineering, product design, dentistry, healthcare, jewelry, and research.

Speaker
Ferenc Tajti Dr.

Ferenc Tajti Dr.

Engineering Operations Manager

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15:00- 15:30

Drone flying...

From your laptop, Using Go.

talkENGLISH Cheppers- Cheppers

Status

Fully Booked

Description

In the age of embedded chips in everything, a programmable drone is like a fun house of things to do for a programmer. But unless you want to toil with C, you have limited options available to you to say... code up a face-recognising drone, for example, that can do tricks. But fear not. With the power of Go and gobot.io help arrived in the form of funcs and channels.

 

Cheppers

 

At its core, Cheppers is about creating something awesome. Whether it’s building a website that perfectly balances aesthetics and functionality for our clients and their consumers, or providing a workplace that inspires and supports our team.

 

Our two founders, Péter Oroszvári and Gergely Csonka share this common goal and different ideas about how to reach it. This difference is what makes them work so well together, and has been the foundation of Cheppers’ strength and growth.

 

Péter, combining his passions for IT and business, looks at the big picture, the final product. He wants to build a better internet by providing businesses with quality web services. Gergely wants to remove the obstacles our team faces, so they can focus on delivering the best work and reach their full potential. These two approaches work cohesively to produce a better product for our clients.

 

The team they have built is made up of people from different backgrounds, from all over Hungary, and now, from around the world. Cheppers is built on expertise in programming, art, design, business, and communication, and these separate fields come together to produce a happy team and happy customers.

Speaker
Gergely Brautigam

Gergely Brautigam

Cloud Engineer

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16:00- 16:30

The next chapter of 3D printing

Mass Customization

Status

Limited Capacity

Description

With 3D printing, we can meet more and more areas of everyday life such as dentistry, jewelry, product design, engineering or architecture and fashion. If you can make products easier or faster with 3D printing, you can make them stronger and create shapes that are not possible with other methods you can achieve significant market advantage. We are on the way to make 3D printing, like 2D paper printing, easy and accessible for everyone. One of the most important aspects of both everyday usage and component production is to reduce the cost per workpiece, which raises two issues. Can we print the component with the appropriate materials that matches the specifications? Can we bring the price down so that we can compete with traditional manufacturing processes?

 

Formlabs

 

Formlabs is an American 3D printing technology startup. Started out of MIT in 2011, the company now employs over 450 people across offices in Boston, Berlin, Tokyo, Budapest and Shenzhen. Formlabs is establishing the industry benchmark for professional 3D printing for engineers, designers, and manufacturers around the globe, and accelerating innovation in a variety of industries, including engineering, product design, dentistry, healthcare, jewelry, and research.

Speaker
Ferenc Tajti Dr.

Ferenc Tajti Dr.

Engineering Operations Manager

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18:00- 20:30

Automated Driving Meetup 4.0

Level up: From research project to Level 4 series production

talkENGLISHHIGHLIGHTEDmeetup Akvárium- Robert Bosch

Status

Nearly Fully Booked

Description

The future is automated, everyone knows that. How to bring cutting edge research project into a robust and most importantly safe Level 4 autonomous vehicle is a question only a few people know the answer to. In our next meetup, 3 presenters will give you an insight into blockage detection of environmental sensors, construction of a „data lake” and testing & validation of AI-based algorithms all recent developments along the way to the top of „maturity ladder”.

 

1.How Do Self-Driving Cars Learn?

Pogácsás Sándor - Artificial Intelligence Engineer

 

How can we teach cars to drive safely?

What is the role of data and machine learning pipelines in this challenge?

 

In this talk, we will explore some of the tools and open datasets used by autonomous driving research teams.

Can self-driving cars have more experience than a professional human driver? Let us find out!

 

2. Not enough data…

Dr. Vizi Zsolt - Machine Learning Engineer

 

What shall we do, when we need special data, but gathering and processing them is too expensive? 

How can we multiply our measurement data?

This talk aims to introduce to data generation method for developing perception in self-driving cars. However, the following question  has to be clarified first: does a synthetically improved training data lead to a good result?

Speakers
Zsolt Vizi, Ph.D.

Zsolt Vizi, Ph.D.

Machine Learning Engineer

Sándor Pogácsás

Sándor Pogácsás

Artificial Intelligence Engineer

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