The main objective of the DIGITALIS project is to empower female informal carers with the essential digital skills and knowledge to fully exploit the potential of digital healthcare services and technologies to improve their own professional situation as well as the quality of life and safety of their relatives they care for.
Research and development projects
Our company has implemented several European Union and domestic IT development projects, the main directions of which are digital security technology and image processing, as well as eLearning and multimedia.
A MASTERS' I projekt keretében olyan, mesterséges intelligencián és videokép-elemzésen alapuló diagnosztikai rendszert dolgozunk ki, amellyel a gazdák korán felismerhetik a szarvasmarhák sántaságát és mozgásszervi betegségeit.
We are developing a new training and intervention model for vocational education, focusing on effective digital, open and innovative education and pedagogical methods, as well as practical tools.
In collaboration with private companies and academic institutions, project participants promote the field of cybersecurity through high schools and vocational schools and bridge the gender gap in the industry.
The Aisab project addresses the development of innovation in the SMEs, and its impact, and develops skills to support SME innovation through higher education and vocational training.
With the Latte application, farmers can access the latest location and health data of their animals anytime, anywhere. Both the signal transmitter-sensing device and the software can be used in grazing and farm animal husbandry.
We developed a course that prepares participants to use smart devices and web applications in caring for the elderly.
One of the eight key competences identified by the Lisbon Convention relates to entrepreneurial skills. As entrepreneurship is not a specific competence, but rather a set of skills and abilities, the project provides a space for the development of these competencies in a playful way.
The aim of the project was to help SME managing directors and senior executives recognize the importance of innovation, and to make innovation a part of daily practice.
We participated in the preparation of the application submitted for the tender “ICT for health, aging well and inclusion, 3.5 Biophotonics solutions for diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of diseases”.
The objectives of the project are: development of training programs (content and methodology), digital content development (development of electronic curricula for 68 subjects), modernization of content services, creation of a knowledge management system, and training of trainers.
The aim of the project was to develop a web application based on a language technology. The application collects, organizes and evaluates eco-innovations, regardless of sector, and, after an online audit, automatically tailors them to interested companies.
This project aims to encourage collaboration between educational institutions in the IT field and businesses, in order to improve the quality of education and enable students to enter the world of work with competitive knowledge and skills.
Intel® Teach is part of Intel's investment program that aims to improve the quality of education around the world. Prompt's Training Center has been assigned to adapt Intel® Teach curricula in Hungary.
A geographic information system (GIS) is suitable for storing, quickly displaying and complex analysis of local information, therefore the use of GIS information is an essential requirement for information systems to present today's environmental protection system.
We participated in the preparation of the application submitted for the tender of the 7th Research and Technology Framework Program (FP7), and we used legal, financial, industrial property protection consulting and tender writing services to complete our tasks.
The results of the SME 2.0 project help small and medium-sized enterprises to renew their business based on free network and web 2.0 tools. It also supports educators of future entrepreneurs in improving the quality of vocational training.
We participated in a training and employment program for disadvantaged workers as an employer. In the Inclusive Workplace program, participants were prepared for jobs as graphic assistants, programming assistants, and web editors, who later became employees of Prompt.
We are developing a collaborative teaching-learning environment, in which we involve teachers in the medium of network communication and knowledge sharing.
The goal of the development is to integrate and simultaneously develop the video recording system with an intelligent, event manager-based IP camera surveillance system solution. The system developed has unique features in the field of IP and analog cameras.
In the framework of the Leonardo program (2004-2006), the consortium developed a set of requirements for three IT professions in line with the recommendations of the European Qualification Framework (EQF).