The INTEMAC Research and Innovation Centre, which is part of the South Moravian Innovation Centre, opened a testbed for Industry 4.0 in Kuřim near Brno on 1 June.
Companies can use it as an experimental workplace for testing, simulations and new scenarios of modern production. For example, they will have at their disposal an automated unit for the clearance of piece production, an autonomous supply truck, quality control camera systems or localization of movement in the area.
We were also present at the opening ceremony. We had the opportunity to present our new solution for off-the-line product testing, called Test-it-off, to visitors from companies, professionals and the political representation of the South Moravian Region. It is of great interest especially to manufacturers of printed circuit boards. However, thanks to its complete autonomy, it can work independently and in 24/7 mode in almost any area of industry. The only limit is the load capacity of the AUBO collaborative robots that are part of the solution.
It is great that similar research and development projects are being created in our region under the auspices of the South Moravian Innovation Centre. We are all the more proud to have been cooperating with the JIC for many years. More information about what Brno and the South Moravian Region offers (not only) for business can be found on the website brnoregion.com.
On behalf of Kinali, we would like to invite representatives of manufacturing companies from the surrounding area to stop by Kuřim during their travels and try out the presented technologies. They can provide them with new technical possibilities, push production limits and bring much sought after competitive advantages.
You can get more impressions from the opening ceremony in the gallery below. Intemac's press release on the event (in CZ only) can be found in the attachments.
Tisková zpráva_otevření testbedu INTEMAC v Kuřimi.pdf