Videoton unit leads HUF 350 mln R&D project
Hilase, a unit of contract electronics manufacturer Videoton Holding, is developing a device for measuring air particle pollution as part of a HUF 350 mln project, the company announced today.
Hilase is cooperating with the University of Szeged and Pannon University on the project to make the compact measuring device. The consortium won a HUF 242 mln grant for their work and is expected to wind up the project by the end of May 2015.
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