09.12.2022 | Author: Dr. Christian Lehsing
A high-ranking representative of the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy (StMWi) was strongly impressed by progress at the Deutsches Museum in Munich.
After a very successful appearance at this year’s automatica, the world’s leading trade fair for automation and robotics, the lighthouse project KI.FABRIK BAYERN 2030 can report another significant milestone. On December 8, a high-ranking representative of the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy (StMWi), the project’s funding body, visited the future research laboratory as well as the offices on Museum Island in Munich. In the appointment, which lasted several hours, the researchers of the Technical University of Munich (TUM) presented their current work. In addition to short presentations by the doctoral students illustrating the entire spectrum of research activities and live connections to participating laboratories of the TUM. A guided tour of the research area rounded off the appointment. Here, all participants had enough time to discuss the research approaches shown and to outline the work still to be done.