Ericsson to hold R&D event on September 26

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This year Ericsson Hungary is organizing its sixth Researchers’ Night on September 26, and is expecting more than 5,000 visitors at their Research and Development Center in Science Park, a statement said today.

The firm will offer visitors a variety of over 50 programs and a record breaking attempt supported by 100 Ericsson volunteers. Visitors will be able to remote control drones, robots and mind-controlled cars, the announcement added.

The company has a headcount of approximately 1,700 in Hungary. Ericsson Hungary is the strategic partner of Magyar Telekom, and the exclusive provider of the telco’s mobile network, the announcement added.

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