NNG develops new navigation platform
Hungarian navigation software developer NNG on Wednesday said it has developed a new navigational platform for HUF 750m.
The government and the EU contributed HUF 300m to the project via the New Szechenyi Plan, NNG, earlier called Nav N Go, said.
NNG completed the platform in 18 months in association with the Budapest University of Technology and Economics and Hungarian company UI Research Nonprofit.
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