CRTA, a project worth 38 million HRK, is a reference center for research, development and implementation of robotic systems, and its activities are focused on research and development of advanced robotic applications in industry and medicine where traditional automation and human labor will replace flexible, versatile and adaptable robotic systems.
In addition, excellent working and educational conditions are provided for scientists, mechanical engineering students, engineering and medical staff.
Prime Minister Plenković congratulated the 100th anniversary of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture and emphasized: \”Science, along with education, is a public good. It is the key to success – personal, social and, of course, economic development of society and the country.\”
\”This project is a great example of how to invest in the future and achieve results that help us keep up with the latest trends in scientific disciplines,\” said Prime Minister Plenković.
He added that the government wants to make the science system more efficient, more internationally recognizable, and at the same time make it the driver of the development of the Croatian economy. And the STEM area is the foundation of the future, said Prime Minister Plenković.
Deputy Director Josipa Herceg Zeba also attended the Opening Ceremony on behalf of CFCA.
SOURCE: HINA, Government of the Republic of Croatia