C3D Partners With Unis to Develop Smart Office Chair
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Hungarian engineering company C3D Műszaki Tanácsadó has designed an office chair that uses electric motors to ensure correct posture in partnership with the University of Miskolc and Neumann János University, owner and managing director János Recski told news agency MTI.
C3D and its partners won more than HUF 915 million in European Union and state grant money for the two-year project.
Around 200 of the office chairs will be produced this year, but the output is expected to reach an annual 2,000 as sales pick up.
Sales of the chairs, priced around EUR 2,000 apiece, are expected to reach EUR 4 mln a year.
C3D had net revenue of HUF 1 bln in 2021.
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