Smart to Future Cities 2016 attended by 4 Hungarian firms

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Four Hungarian firms attended global forum of smart-city decision makers Smart to Future Cities 2016 in London, according to reports. The four companies attended the event with the support of the Hungarian National Trading House and Design Terminal.

The four companies participating in the forum are MagikMe, Route4U, ROB and Greenwall Pro. MagikMe produces playground equipment that can also be used by disabled children; Route4U develops navigation software for wheelchair users; ROB produces systems for monitoring environmental noise and traffic in smart cities; and GreenWall Pro creates green facades.

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