9700 Szombathely, Zanati út 32-36.

+36 94 505 003

HU
Széchenyi 2020

Make an impact.

– Pannon Business Network (PBN) is an applied research & development and training centre. Core focus is
added value growth of companies. Its extensive international partnership pool covers all countries of Europe.

Make an impact.

– Pannon Business Network (PBN) is an applied research & development and training centre. Core focus is
added value growth of companies. Its extensive international partnership pool covers all countries of Europe.

Make an impact.

- Pannon Business Network (PBN) is an applied research & development and training centre. Core focus is
added value growth of companies. Its extensive international partnership pool covers all countries of Europe.

Make an impact.

- Pannon Business Network (PBN) is an applied research & development and training centre. Core focus is
added value growth of companies. Its extensive international partnership pool covers all countries of Europe.

Advanced management

PBN aims at effective implementation of knowledge transfer catalysed by international projects and partnerships. Such cooperation ranges from the coordination of cross-border working groups (Artificial Intelligence) through the establishment of a hydrogen platform to various health industry collaborations.

Advanced manufacturing

am-LAB is a research, development, and training laboratory for digitalization. It provides a development environment to meet unique business needs with state-of-the-art technology tools related to manufacturing and product development.

Advanced treatment

at.home is an alone-standing (unique) training, test and research development infrastructure (environment) that facilitates the implementation of product and service development in the field of senior care.

ABOUT US

Since its foundation in 2006 (a decade and a half), the goal has always been to increase the added value of manufacturing companies (businesses). From the audit of businesses, through the coordination of clusters to the analysis of transport corridors, all these actions led to a focus on digitalization. (trend). The accumulated knowledge has also been embodied in spatial development programs, ecosystem development, and cooperation with leading European scientific institutions.

Idővonal

OUR GOALS

The upskilling and competency development of the entire workforce is essential to support the shift of businesses towards industry 4.0. Innovations in manufacturing processes require the strengthening and development of the related skills among the entrepreneurs and workers.

  • Integration of robots into agile, flexible production system
  • Creating unique, intelligent structures and materials
  • Awareness raising of intellectual property rights
  • Digitalization of production and logistics processes with its business impact analysis
  • Emotional engagement of cultural and creative industries using AR technology
  • Data analytics and textual analysis from complex unstructured data sets
  • Curriculum in digitalization, targeted at businesses and academia
  • Business management efficiency improvement training programs
  • Facilitate structural change for sustainability

Shift towards green solutions is supported by transnational cooperation (offers clear added value in moving towards greener solutions), providing access to leading technological competencies. These fields vary from renewable resources to broadened mobility or novel material structures.

  • Promoting zero-emission transport
  • Minimize waste generation, especially in the field of 3D printing
  • Reduction of environmental impact in intermodal transport hubs
  • Development of unique, material-modified intelligent materials

In order to achieve real, tangible results on social and economic issues affecting our environment, it is essential to develop a stable structure of cooperation, both vertically and horizontally, nationally and internationally. Relevant areas are the field of healthcare innovation, corporate digitalization, contribution to circular economy or even regional challenges.

  • Transnational cluster cooperation in the agri-food industry based on a smart specialization approach in the Danube region
  • Policy instrument development to encourage innovative performance of companies
  • Joint digital service portfolio shared with 4 Austrian regions
  • Digital Innovation Hub Network
  • Regional cooperation for digital skills development, education, and research
  • Bridging regional infrastructure gaps, accelerating economic growth and job creation

Facilitate the deployment of innovative solutions in senior, social and healthcare, with special emphasis on robotisation, digitalization and artificial intelligence.

  • Promoting digitalization in care for the seniors
  • Make rehabilitation more effective
  • Implementation of innovative digital care solutions

COLLABORATIONS

CONTACTS

Balázs Barta

managing director

Evelyn Bakó

quality manager

Vanessza Bódi

dual programming computer science engineer student

Renáta Csabai

project coordinator

Martin Dan

project manager

Géza Éder

president

Géza Éder Jr.

innovation manager

Andrea Enyingi-Kurucz

project manager

Doroti Éva

project manager

Patrik Haraszti

robotics technician

Andrea Hózensteiner

financial manager

Attila Joós

project coordinator

Klaudia Keringer

project manager

Hajnalka Kiss

financial assistant

Zsófia Kocsis

project manager

Boldiszár Könczöl

dual computer science engineer student

Mátyás Lazáry

international coordinator

Márton Magyarfalvi

production and innovation manager

Péter Mátyás

electric engineer and innovation manager

Róbert Németh

financial director

Regina Rosta-Pethő

project manager

Virág Szuák

project manager

Ádám Takács

electric engineer and innovation manager

Ferenc Tolner

production and innovation manager

Gábor Varga

project coordinator

Balázs Váthy

robotics technician

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