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Entel Develops AI-driven Acoustic Planning System

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Hungary's Entel Műszaki Fejlesztő has developed an AI-driven acoustic planning system for the construction industry in the framework of a HUF 183 million project, the engineering company told MTI.

Entel won a HUF 126 mln grant from the National R﹠D﹠I Office for the two-year project.

Entel had net sales revenue of HUF 278 mln last year, public records show.

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