R&D Projects

Some recent and past projects, references related to our main R&D fields:

 

  1. Optimization methods in industrial environment: logistics, manufacturing planning and scheduling as well as improving efficiency of business processes 
    1. Development of intelligent Industry 4.0 solutions of production optimization

Complex Industry 4.0 solutions are developed that help in optimization of production workflows, automates production management and finally, increase the effectiveness and reduce the work intensity.

VKSZ_14-1-2015-0190, 2015-2017, consortium leader: Foxconn

    1. Supply Chain Management

The R&D activities have resulted in the development of optimization methods and software for specific vehicle, personnel, financial allocations achieving substantial savings. Efficiency analyses have been performed related to modern logistics ID systems.

MOL ProdSim (Product Simulation) development: joint work with MOL Hungarian Oil Company, 2011-present

Pannon News Ltd: 2007-2008

Bakony Power Plant: 2007 -2009

 
  1. Development of image processing, lighting and virtual reality based systems
    1. Renewed interior lighting of the Sistine Chapel

The aim of the EU-funded project was to prove that the illumination of museum by using good quality energy saving LEDs could be realized. The project was implemented in the Sistine Chapel, one of the ten most visited museums in the world, in the Vatican.

CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, 2012-2015, 6 partners in the EU

    1. HI-LED – Human centric Intelligent LED engines for the take up of SSL in Europe

HI-LED project aims at implementing SSL-based spectrally tunable light sources, whose spectral content can be dynamically adapted, by means of close-loop monitoring and complex algorithms, to different application fields human-centric lighting, horticulture and museum.

EU FP7-ICT-2013-11, 2013-2016, 9 partners in the EU

    1. Dynamic reconstruction of a 3D spatial database of road objects with a distributed multisensor system

The project develops vehicle sensors and processor hardwares to produce and process multisensor recordings. This can reconstruct the exact, object-level, updated three-dimensional representation of the road environment.

GINOP-2.2.1-15-2017-00058, 2017-2020, consortium leader: IT Quality Services

    1. Developing processes that estimate land-surface characterization of satellite images

TÁMOP-4.2.2.A-11/1/KONV-2012-0072, 2012-2015

    1. Designing Virtual reality based games for the rehabilitation of Stroke patients

2007.ASO-N/4/5 (Austrian Science and Research) project: “Künstliche Intelligenz eines Therapieraumes für Gruppentherapie für AphasikerInnen”.

ASO 2005.N.VII. (Austrian Science and Research) project: “Konzipierung eines anpassungsfähigen Therapieraums für Gruppentherapie für AphasikerInnen”.

„Telemedicine System Empowering Stroke Patients to Fight Back”, Information and Communication Technologies Collaborative Project: 288692 (EU FP7-ICT-2011-7)

    1. Designing supportive programs for the support of work and individual living for youth with learning difficulties and mental disabilities

„Game On Extra Time” project: UK/08/LLP-LdV/TOI/163_181

„Intelligent Serious Games for Social and Cognitive Competence” project: 2015-TR01-KA201-022247

 

  1. Development of IT based healthcare solutions

The main target of the project is to research the feasibility of implementation and the usable architecture of a medical information management and decision support system, handling all information of patients and health institutions, which provides higher effectiveness in medical treatment (covering the whole healthcare chain, including sectorial decision-makers, leading medical doctors and other health workers) and, moreover, it ensures a more cost-effective operation and possibility of more active participation of the patients.

VKSZ_12-1-2013-0012, 2014-2017, consortium leader: GE Hungary

    1. Healthcare Business Analytics Research

The goal of the research is to perform healthcare analyses, develop optimized solutions and healthcare information systems, which are based on the exploitation of the healthcare data assets. To explore the knowledge in the data, we use the most dynamically developing discipline of information technology, namely the data science and the toolkit provided by the operations research.

GINOP-2.2.1-15-2016-00019, 2016-2020, consortium leader: Asseco Central Europe Magyarország Zrt.:

    1. Developing intelligent medical home care systems

The main research areas are intelligent medical home care with remote monitoring, and the development and clinical applications of bioelectric imaging methods.

TÁMOP-4.2.2.A-2011/1/KONV-2012-0073, 2012-2014

ProSeniis: development of a home remote monitoring and surveillance system, 2008-2011, consortium leader: GE Healthcare Hungary

 

  1. Smart city solutions and energy saving
    1. Developing cloud-based intelligent IT services

Working in consortium with IBM, the main aim of the project was to develop cloud-based solutions to issues related to urban administration, intelligent public utilities, business analytic and mobile labor force management.

VKSZ_12-1-2013-0088, 2014-2017, consortium leader: IBM Hungary

    1. Development of SmartCity and SmartVillage technologies and services at Sagemcom

An intelligent platform will be developed that will enable higher and cheaper services in the field of energy management. Thanks to the project, the energy supply of underdeveloped settlements with limited electricity can improve, and the metering and distribution efficiency in metropolitan infrastructure may increase.

GINOP-2.2.1-15-2017-00038, 2017-2020, consortium leader: Sagemcom

    1. Designing and optimizing the modernization and efficient operation of energy supply and recovery systems using renewable energy sources and infocommunication technologies

The primary aim of the subproject for the research of energy efficiency of energy supply systems is to broaden the management theory and electrical engineering toolkit needed for the use of electricity from renewable sources through modeling, identification, regulatory planning, measurement engineering and design tasks.

TÁMOP-4.2.2.A-11/1/KONV-2012-0072, 2012-201

 

 

Selected R & D projects in the past (1993-2004)

  • "Samsung" research project 2004: Color appearance based Wide Gamut Display
  • "MOVE" EU research project: Mesopic Optimisation of Visual Efficiency, 2002-2004
  • Research collaboration: Austrian-Hungarian comman academic education in process optimisation, Technische Universitat Graz, Austria
  • Research collaboration: Methodological development of process network system in the utilization of renewable resources, 2003-2004, Technische Universitat Graz, Austria
  • Research collaboration: Development of optimal process network system in animal waste treatment, 2003-2004, Technische Universitat Graz, Austria
  • Operations research methods in the analysis and verification of information systems, 2004-2004, Hungarian Scientific Research Fun
  • Combinatorial Techniques for the Synthesis of Batch Chemical Processes, 1999-2002, Hungarian Research Foundation (OTKA Program)
  • Structural Optimization of Energy Generation Systems, 1998-2000, National Committee for Technological Development, Hungary (Joining to a European Union project of the 4th RTD Framework Program on Non-Nuclear Energy)
  • Energy Conservation by Combined Heat and Power Systems, 1996-99, Hungarian-British Intergovernmental Cooperation Program
  • Energy and Water Use Minimization, 1996-97, National Committee for Technological Development, Hungary
  • Combinatorial Method for the Synthesis of Industrial Systems, 1996-97, Research Fund of the Hungarian Ministry of Education
  • Participation in Non-Nuclear Energy "JOULED R&D", 1996-97, European Union (PHARE Program)
  • Introduction of New Degree Courses on Environmental Oriented Chemical Process Integration, 1995-98, European Union (TEMPUS Program)
  • Process Simulation, 1995-96, Technical University of Graz, Austria
  • Simulation Program for Biotechnology, 1995-96, National Committee for Technological Development, Hungary
  • Process Integration with Combined Heat and Power, 1995-96, European Union (PECO Program)
  • Algorithmic Generation of the Mathematical Programming Model for Separation Network Synthesis, 1994-97, Hungarian Research Foundation (OTKA Program)
  • Theoretical Foundation of Process Synthesis, 1994-95, Research Fund of the Hungarian Ministry of Education
  • Preventive Environmental Protection Approaches in Europe, 1993-95, Technical University of Graz, Austria (PREPARE Program)

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