Development Projects

Jan 2002

The Hun-CERT (Hungarian Computer Emergency Response Team) is operated by the Network Security Department. The operation started in 2002 in order to help, coordinate and organize the protection against computer network incidents in cooperation with other CERT teams and other service providers on national and international level. The Hun-CERT investigates incidents and takes measures to avoid further problems. Services are free of charge for anybody and are available via web pages, email and phone.

1 Jan 2002– 30 Jun 2004

Introduction

StreamOnTheFly is about offering a personalised community radio program with collaborative filtering agents and bandwidth sensitive streaming.

1 Jan 2001– 31 Dec 2003

Participation in the development of fhe SUN ONE Directory Server based distribuduted directory service implemented in the Hungarian Academy Network (HUNGARNET). Operation and support of the directory service.

1 Jan 1992– 31 Dec 2005

In a research project for Bosch, we develop scrap detection models based on the physical sensors of the manufacturing devices as well as logs of the production environment.

We develop clilent data deduplication, insurance fraud and pricing analysis tools for AEGON Hungary.

The eLearning Department created the EMESE status reporting smart phone application for industrial purpose in English languageThe aim was to implement an interface running on smart phones for reporting product and process status which offer functionalities as follows:

The Sindy Project is Institute's own unmanned aerial vehicle development project. The aircraft was designed to serve as a test platform for UAV on-board avionics system development. The mathematical model will be  identified and it will be made available to the public. The main goal was to create an easily reproducible aircraft, using accessible parts and simple technologies, which only require ordinary tools. This feature - together with the availablity of the mathematical model - makes this aircraft a good platform for control research purposes.

Cloud services are spreading around the globe both for academic and business use. The reason for their popularity lies in the fact that cloud computing is largely scalable and flexible, enabling users to utilize it in varying fields and at different scales. MTA aimed to conform to these new trends and to face the challenges of such an endeavor by creating its own cloud service, made possible by the joint efforts of MTA SZTAKI and MTA WIGNER FK Data center.

We develop data stream processing and predictive analytics tools for telecommunications data. One of our goals is a distributed Internet of Things data hub.