17. 3. 2014.

At the end of summer 2013 the Hungarian government came up with a rule that standardizes the electronic utility registry. Geometria Ltd. won the public procurement to test and report the E-közmű (E-utility) system and also its joining methods published by the Hungarian Ministry of Home Affairs.In the process Geometria Ltd. created their own data provider test system that helps simulate different areas and services of utility companies. During the project we work out the optimum joining methods and test the suitability and efficiency of E-közmű system in cooperation with the organization Lechner Lajos Centre of Knowledge, creator of the idea of E-közmű. During the process, based on first-hand experience, we created and modify (simulating utility companies) the service and database structure giving the technical background.