Hungarian software firm develops crisis management system for HUF 1 bln

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Hungarian software firm IDM SYS invested HUF 1.124 bln in the development of an integrated crisis prevention and management system, supported by an EU grant of HUF 674.6 bln, the company informed Hungarian news agency MTI today.

The aim of the development was to create an application package providing an integrated platform for emergency organizations including disaster management, fire service, police and the armed forces in the event of emergency situations, the company said in its statement.

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