Renewed emergency control system for the Ambulance & Emergency Medical Service of Hungary
27. 3. 2015.

Recently, emergency control centers have gradually taken the new emergency control system into use in Hungary. During the implementation of the new emergency control system (named MIR) a large number of computerized workstations, software applications were installed, the equipment of the control teams was renewed and ergonomic operator workplaces were created. The project has been funded by the EU with approximately 4.1 billion HUF, and so providing a record-spending development in the history of emergency management. The appliances used in ambulance cars have been extended with smart touch-screen onboard terminals in order to serve electronic data management and route planning.   > >  

3. 3. 2015.

2014 saw the commencement of the full-scale reconditioning and extension of FŐTÁV’s equipment and technical record-keeping system (HŐTÉR) in the course of which the first phase of the developments connected with the record-keeping of heat centers was implemented.   > >  

Renewal of the Mirtusz system at Budapest Waterworks Plc
3. 3. 2015.

Budapest Waterworks introduced the Mirtusz work management system in 2005. Operated since then, the mobile application that is run on notebooks has just partly supported the identification of reserves that are inherent in the improvement of work efficiency. The IT development that has taken place since the delivery of the system and the current standing of business affairs have made the upgrade of the system justified. Budapest Waterworks has decided on the step-by-step implementation of a uniform upgrading concept.   > >