European Driving License for Robots and Intelligent Systems

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Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (AI) play an increasingly important role in our daily life. In this context well-trained persons with a sound knowledge in these areas are the key for wealth, quality of life and innovative product development. Therefore, it is extremely important to familiarize young people with the technical background and the fundamental concepts of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence enabling an economic and social participation.

The EDLRIS project focuses on the development and implementation of a professional, standardized, internationally accepted training- and certification- system for Robotics and Artificial Intelligence. Target groups are trainers (e.g. teachers or mentors of clubs/societies) and trainees (e.g. students and youths). In order to facilitate a broad acceptance, an advisory board comprising members from industry, educational institutions and public bodies is involved from start-up to the completion of the project.


Implementation of a professional training for trainers (e.g. teachers) and trainees (e.g. students) with following modules:

  • Robotics (Basic): May 10t- 12., May 24t-25
  • Robotics (Advanced): during appointment
  • Artificial Intelligence (Basic) May 30-31 and June 1 and 7-8
  • Artificial Intelligence (Advanced): June 13-15 and 21 -22
  • Providing curricula as well as ready-to-use teaching materials for Robotics and Artificial Intelligence
  • Implementation of a standardized, broadly accepted certification of competences of trainers and trainees (similar to ECDL)::
    • certificate for each module
    • certification conducted by the Austrian Computer Society (OCG) and the John von Neumann Computer Society Hungary
  • Providing online material and courses (for trainers/trainees) as well as online certifications

Main objectives of the robotics curricula

  • Is familiar with the history, the background, the terminology and the fields of application of robotics and knows about the social implications and the social context of robotics.
  • Knows about and is able to apply a fundamental systematic engineering approach.
  • Is able to design formal models with regard to mechanical, electrical and computational aspects
  • Has knowledge of the fundamental mechanical, electronic and algorithmic concepts and is able to apply appropriate tools and methods required to implement a robotics system.

Main objectives of the artificial intelligence (AI) curricula

  • Is able to describe AI, to recognize AI systems and to distinguish AI systems from other concepts and systems
  • Knows the areas of application of AI and is aware of the technical and social impacts.
  • Masters the required mathematical basics and is able to understand and describe AI concepts.
  • Is able to describe problems, which require an AI-related solution, in an adequate formal way, and furthermore, is able to efficiently solve those problems by applying adequate algorithms.
  • Knows the fundamental properties of problems, representations and algorithms.
  • Is able to design and practically implement an AI system for a given application.

Scheduled training dates:

  • Robotics (Basic)
  • Robotics (Advanced)
  • Artificial Intelligence (Basic)
  • Artificial Intelligence (Advanced)

The courses will start depending on the number of candidates.

You can apply at miltenyig@njszt.hu.

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