DIGI Lab is a micro factory testbed and playground at AU BTECH. The focus of DIGI Lab is ‘Testing Digitalisation’ using state-of-the-art technology such as Autonomous Electric Vehicles, Edge and cloud computing, Robotics, AI / ML / DL, 3D hybrid manufacturing materials and much more to amplify digital, lean and green factories of future.
As a testbed, the lab brings the tools and scenarios of industrial digitalisation into one open space, offering students an opportunity to test theoretical concepts in practice and in a safe environment. This helps the students gain practical experience and promotes active learning and problem-solving capabilities.
The purpose of the DIGI Lab is to support the development of real businesses based on disruptive digital technologies.
New equipment is added to the lab on a continuous basis.
You seek a vivid testbed to engage with state-of-the-art technology. The facility aims to facilitate learning and teaching about industrial IoT, robotics and Industry 4.0 by providing an open physical space for students, lecturers and researchers to meet and work on projects in areas such as mass product development, enabled technology for digital manufacturing and technological business model innovation.
PhD students, researchers and industry partners are welcome to join existing projects or propose potential new ones. We encourage anyone with shared interests to come and visit the lab to showcase their digital innovations.
Associate Professor Michail Beliatis is the lab lead of DIGI Lab.
Find DIGI Lab in:
Department of Business Development and Technology at Aarhus University,
Birk Centerpark 15, 7400 Herning, Denmark.