Development Projects

1 Sep 2012– 31 Aug 2014

„Blindness separates us from things, but deafness separates us from people.” (Helen Keller)

Show your voice! The InterpreterGlove system operates as a sign language interpreter, enabling the speech- and hearing-impaired to communicate with the nondisabled using sign language, their native language. As the signs are automatically transformed to text and audible speech, this solution will significantly improve the communication for the hearing-disabled.

1 Sep 2012– 31 Aug 2014

The ER-flow project's aim is to build a European Research Community to promote workflow sharing and to investigate interoperability of the scientific data in workflow sharing.

The project will disseminate the achievements of the FP7 SHIWA project, particularly the coarse-grained workflow interoperability based on the SHIWA Simulation Platform.

1 Jul 2012– 31 Dec 2014

Az E+grid adaptív intelligens energia-pozitív közvilágítási rendszer kifejlesztését a napenergia közvilágítási rendszerekben történő felhasználása, az intelligens energiahálózatok (smart grid) terjedése, az energiatakarékosságra való törekvés, valamint az intelligens városokban (smart cities) a közvilágítástól elvárt hozzáadott szolgáltatások motiválták.

1 May 2012– 30 Apr 2015

The main goal of ProActive is to research a holistic citizen-friendly multi sensor fusion and intelligent reasoning framework enabling the prediction, detection, understanding and efficient response to terrorist interests, goals and curses of actions in an urban environment.To this end, ProActive will rely on the fusion of both static knowledge(i.e. intelligence information) and dynamic information (i.e. data observed from sensors deployed in the urban environment).

1 Apr 2012– 31 Mar 2014

The project has two main goals. The first is the research on clouds as distributed computing systems and the second is to develop and to deploy an institutional cloud infrastructure based on the results of first goal that allows the significant improvement of the local IT infrastructure. This new cloud based infrastructure will be significantly more effective and more cost efficient than the former infrastructure built on traditional conceptions and individual specific servers.


1 Mar 2012– 28 Feb 2014

The integrated4D (i4D) project of MTA SZTAKI is a joint mission of the Distributed Events Analysis Research Laboratory (DEVA) and the Geometric Modelling and Computer Vision Laboratory (GMCV). The main objective of the project is to design and implement a pilot system for the reconstruction and visualisation of complex spatio-temporal scenes by integrating two different types of data: outdoor 4D point cloud sequences recorded by a car-mounted Velodyne HDL-64E LIDAR sensor, and 4D models of moving actors obtained in an indoor 4D Reconstruction Studio.

1 Jan 2012– 31 Dec 2016

MTMT (acronym for Storage for the Hungarian Scientific Publications), maintained and operated by the Hungarian Academy of Science is the official database containing information of scientific publications published by Hungarian scientists.

Consulting this database is an indispensable tool to assess the scientific performance of a scientific institution’s or that of a scientist’s.

MTA SZTAKI NSIT is maintaining and operating the servers providing the MTMT web services.

1 Jan 2012– 30 Jun 2015

RLW Navigator aims to develop an innovative Process Navigator to configure, integrate, test and validate applications of Remote Laser Welding (RLW) in automotive assembly addressing today’s critical needs for frequently changing operating conditions and product-mix provisions. Thus, RLW Navigator will crucially serve as an enabler for future energy efficient smart factories. Our Laboratory is responsible for configuring RLW robotic cells, generating optimal off-line robot programs, as well as simulating the operation of cells.

1 Dec 2011– 30 Nov 2014

The lean usage of resources and improvement of energy efficiency have been receiving increasing attention in recent years, and even the less environmentally conscious will have to change their consumption practices due to rising energy prices as well as more and more strict regulations. In some cases, such adaptation may require in-depth expert knowledge and thorough planning, implementation and operation procedures, as is the case with the energy management of large public buildings.

1 Oct 2011– 30 Sep 2014

The SCI-BUS project aims to ease the life of e-Scientists by creating a new science gateway customisation methodology based on the generic-purpose gUSE/WS-PGRADE portal family. The customised science gateways will enable scientists to focus on their work and exploit resources of main Distributed Computing Infrastructures (DCIs) without the need to deal with the underlying infrastructures' details.