HUF 509m development of body sensors for elderly completed

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A five-company Hungarian consortium has completed a HUF 509m government-supported project to develop prototype body sensors for monitoring the pulse and movements of elderly people, CEO Laszlo Nemedi of consortium member ALL-Fitt Kft told MTI on Sunday.

The government provided support amounting to half of the cost of the project through the Central Hungary Operative Programme.

Mr Nemedi said that the consortium is seeking a company to market the body sensors, adding that they talks are underway.

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