Building the future of ICT
ALPHANET is committed to developing pioneering solutions to serve the infocommunications needs of a modern, connected society. Today’s society is driven by innovative ideas, empowering management analysis based on predictive solutions and intuitive visual interfaces. ALPHANET has all the tools necessary to bring these innovative solutions to life.
During the 2017-2019 period, ALPHANET will begin implementation of our exciting research and development projects into exciting products that make the benefits of digitization easily accessible for everyday use.
With this goal in mind, ALPHANET Zrt. has initiated its’ “Comprehensive monitoring and management tool development and promotion of the sustainability of smart buildings” research and development project, ID: KFI_16-1-2017-0498.
The goal of the project is to produce a system which is capable of preemptive estimations of resource demands and consumption in intelligent buildings through autonomous machine learning and algorithmic analysis of historical data. To accomplish the initial goals of the project, there is a need for large quantities of high-quality measured data. Consequently, the initial focuses of the project are the data communication and power requisites of large sensor networks. The solution is being planned with optimal integrability and scalability in mind, even for buildings with systems handling up to and exceeding 1,000 locations. The integrated intelligence is planned to increase the health, safety, and energy efficiency of the environment it operates in.
The project intends to empower the creation of intelligent buildings with a “holistic” approach. Within this frame of mind, the goal is the development of monitoring and management tools which integrate all conceivable types of subsystems active in intelligent buildings. With the help of this development, the problem management, premises monitoring, security, utilities management, and systems are rendered linkable, along with any other systems that are created in the future.
The project has been made possible by a 487.73-million-forint non-refundable grant from the NRDI Fund, and will be developed under a period of February 1st, 2018 to January 31st, 2020.
Our numerous successful initiatives and the resulting completed projects over the last 10 years should serve as a solid guarantee that we provide cutting-edge, value-building solutions for our customers.