Business and Technology University unites 6 laboratory concepts within the framework of various initiatives and international projects:
Industry 4.0 Laboratory – created with the funding of the European Union and serves to raise awareness in the direction of the fourth industrial revolution and related changes, organize short and long-term training courses, and retraining programs, and share knowledge.
iOS and Android Laboratory – established with USAID funding to train students, lecturers, and external beneficiaries in the use of iOS and Android, as well as to initiate projects and share experiences.
AI Laboratory concept was created with the support of a Mercedes Benz Georgia. BTU students and any interested person has the opportunity to cooperate with the world’s leading IT companies and develop interesting products for them.
The first Renewable Energy Sources Laboratory in Georgia is a platform for sharing knowledge and experience, through which the challenges faced by companies operating in the energy sector of Georgia are discussed and relevant research and consultations are held. The EU-funded Jean Monnet module, which focuses on energy security and sustainable development, has been implemented within the Lab since 2022.
Within the framework of the Blockchain Laboratory initiative, training and retraining in the direction of the development of blockchain systems, as well as its integration into organizational processes, is ongoing.
The Cyber Security Lab initiative was created at BTU in 2017. Among other activities, the Jean Monet project to support EU Cyber Security Education was developed and implemented within the laboratory.
In 2023, BTU established the Sustainability Laboratory. Its objectives include developing educational modules and resources in the field of sustainability, carrying out research and institutional development initiatives, assisting small and medium-sized businesses in developing sustainably, developing a sustainability strategy for university campuses, and more.