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AGH UST is building innovative robot for inspection works

It reaches places out of sight. And it can also adapt to changing conditions. AGH UST is building a “pipeliner” – a mobile caterpillar robot designed for inspection works. The main feature of the pioneering construction worked on...[more]


System of wireless emergency communication RESYS most innovative product for mining industry

The functional system of wireless emergency communication RESYS, which can be used in workings in danger of methane and/or coal dust explosion, has been awarded a prize as the most innovative product for the mining industry in...[more]


Internships in the space sector for two AGH UST graduates

Two graduates from technical faculties of the AGH University of Science and Technology, Paweł Kozłowski and Michał Łabęcki, have won internships in prestigious Polish companies from the space technologies sector. The competition...[more]


AGH UST scientist heads work on unique radiolocation system

Professor Andrzej Kułak of the Department of Electronics heads a design and research team which has developed the WERA system, a new intercontinental radiolocation system, working within the ELF range and serving to...[more]


HYDROCAR PREMIER – hydrogen vehicle from AGH UST

On 21-22 May, 2016, the MOTO SHOW fair in Krakow will host the premiere of an electric car with a hydrogen power bank. HYDROCAR PREMIER is a project conducted jointly by Riot Technologies – a spin-off company of the AGH...[more]


AGH UST students develop energy harvester

An innovative device for the recovery of energy from compressed air and its conversion into electrical energy has already been patented, has passed industrial tests – and what is even more important – it has already been enjoying...[more]


AGH UST students build boat powered by solar panels

The students of the AGH University of Science and Technology, within the framework of the project “AGH Solar Boat”, are building a boat powered by solar panels, and they are also planning to take part in the prestigious...[more]


Autonomous car from AGH UST

The scientists and students of the AGH UST Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Automatics, Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering have built an autonomous vehicle, capable of recognising road signs and obstacles. The role of...[more]


AGH UST researcher develops cheaper optical encoder

Encoders “translate” information regarding the position of a construction into an electrical signal. They can be used, for example, in lifts, robotic manipulators or optical computer mice. Thanks to encoders, machines can be...[more]


AGH UST carries out experimental 3D seismic tests in order to find and recognise shale gas deposits in Lublin Voivodeship

In mid-October 2015, in the Lublin Voivodeship, the Department of Fossil Fuels at the Faculty of Geology, Geophysics and Environmental Protection began seismic works connected with experimental 3D seismic tests within the...[more]

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