Where there's a will there's a way, said German businessman of Bosnian origin Muamer Babajic, who helped the opening of the 'German Centre for Robotics' in the northern city of Tuzla, which educates future engineers from all parts of the world.
Speaking in N1's 'Dan uzivo' programme, Babajic said this was an institution of “German quality” linked with “Bosnian beauty” and he called it “educational tourism.”
“Where there's a will there's a way. It is natural, you can either succeed or make excuses. We're proud of our success. Quality determines everything. I'm telling it to people in Bosnia and Herzegovina and elsewhere, what matters the most is what they do and how they do that,” he stressed. “I like it to be in Bosnia and Herzegovina, so we can get new ambassadors.”
Babajic, who lives in Munich and whose parents come from Bosnia, brings to Bosnia students from Australia, India, Vietnam, Venezuela, etc.
“The training that we offer is very expensive in developed countries. That's hands-on training with expensive equipment. We have an industrial atmosphere, all machines communicate. That's a nice playground,” he explained.
“There are more and more of automatization in the world aimed to improve quality. If you use the machines, there is less of mistakes. And all those hard work that should be done by someone is done by machinery. Humans do creative part of work, they steer those machines, they're programming it,” added Babajic.
The German Centre for Robotics officially opened and presented in March 20, with the main goal of programming industrial robots as well as advising in processes of modernisation of local industries.