- 16 Sep 2020 9:55 AM
- Hungary Matters
The centre is a place to discover and try out the latest infocommunication and digital devices, Tamás Schanda, the parliamentary state secretary of the Ministry of Innovation and Technology, said.
Schoolchildren can try out 3D printing and other smart technologies such as robotics, he noted. He said Hungarian young people should be “winners of the future”.
“Our future largely hinges on technological development and digitalisation,” he said, adding that the 430 million forint (EUR 1.2m) complex was designed with developing digital knowledge in mind.
Új Hidegkuti Nándor Stadion
1087 Budapest, Salgótarjáni út 12-14.