EU PROJECTS

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PROJECTS WITH EU SUPPORT

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Manufacture of a passive housing plastic building material element

Name of beneficiary: SKC-Solution Limited Liability Company
Title of the project: Production of a passive house plastic building material element
Amount of aid: 485.335.498 Ft
Aid rate: 50%
Project planned finish date: March 19, 2019
Project identification number: GINOP-1.2.1-15-2015-00108
Description of the project's content:

In the project we planned to complete the production of the plastic building material needed for the construction of passive houses. During the implementation of the project, the system with the patent envisaged in the original project was not able to
agreement. Therefore, the equivalent, fully automated EPS passive housing element production line has been purchased, which is fully capacity and technically equivalent to the planned system. The entire technological series consists of 10 units: Two-step prefoaming 1200/1800, Silo system, Water preparation unit, Formula press universal 4F, Complete vacuum system, Steam production equipment, Packaging equipment, Heat exchanger, Modular Unit, Horizontal and Vertical Slicing Equipment. The entire technology line is automated, the placement of the project is provided at the site of the implementation – 8693 Lengyeltóti 193/2 hrsz The other half of the project is one of the well-prosperous business lines of our company, the food processing industry
we intend to develop it with the latest technologies in this project. For more than 5 years, the production of frozen baked goods has been in operation in our company, whose market presence and production capacity is constantly increasing, we have annual supply contracts and stable production capacity, the expansion of which there is constant market demand. In order to satisfy the continuously growing order stock of the Eger bakery, the following tools have been purchased: Mixer Master Classic ESI 300 spiral-arm kneading cup, ROTOMAX58X98H rotary truck furnace, intermediate relaxing, cake-spinning robotics. Location: 3300 Eger, Kőlyuk út 4.
Through our food engineers and retail contacts, we intend to start the production of fresh fruit and vegetable juice in addition to the bakery's expansion, with the latest HPP-High Pressure Process technology. Through the project, SKC-Consulting Kft. can achieve a significant increase in the competitiveness of the food processing sector as a priority industry. During the development, we aimed to process Hungarian agricultural products as raw materials through the production of both bakery and fresh fruit juice and vegetable juice products.
Technological modernisation and capacity building can produce high value-added products through the development of the project. As a result, a state-of-the-art product production capability is created and one of the newest food technology processes is established in Hungary through HPP treatment. With the high pressure machine, we will be able to produce significant export sales and high value added products. The project is being purchased with the High Pressure
(High pressure processing) machine.

Location: 8693 Lengyeltóti 193/2 hrsz

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ESTABLISHMENT OF AGRIFORMATICS HIGHER EDUCATION AND INDUSTRIAL COOPERATION CENTRE
GÖDÖLLŐN

As a result of strategic KFI cooperation between Szent István University and its consortium partners, a Centre for Higher Education and Industrial Cooperation in Agricultural Information Technology (AgIT FIEK) will be set up in Gödöllő, with the National Research, Development and Innovation Fund providing a non-grant grant of HUF FIEK_16 1.482.127.690 in the framework of the project setting up the AGIT Centre for Higher Education and Industrial Cooperation in Agricultural Information Technology, with a grant of HUF 1.482.127.690.

The 4-year-old project, which will start in January 2017, involves long-term and sustainable industrial-higher cooperation with the following consortium partners: ASSECO Central Europe Hungary Zrt., Axiál Repair, Commercial and Service Ltd., ENERGOTEST Kft., SKC-Consulting Kft.

The programme focuses on three professional areas:

  1. improving the quality (compatibility) and quantity of ON-BOARD IT networks (digitisation of devices that traditionally do not have such technology),
  2. development of a digital production system (DPS), the development of new IT-based agri-mechatronic systems, data collection and processing based on advanced algorithms (machine learning),
  3. development of FIEK infrastructure, research and educational space.

St. Stephen's University, as a higher education institution with the largest agricultural research capacity, uniquely carries out R&D&I work in all fields of agriculture. Added a major agricultural system integrator and several leading IT development companies to complete the task.
After the completion of the proposal, the market value of the technologies developed under the main project elements ensures the sustainability of the Agri-Informatics Centre. The Centre's knowledge transfer function, which can be one of the bases for education, vocational training and dual training at the university, can also contribute to this.

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CAPACITY EXPANSION AT SKC-SOLUTION KFT.

Name of beneficiary: SKC-Solution Limited Liability Company
Title of the project: Capacity expansion at SKC-Solution Kft.
Amount of aid: 38 500 000 Ft
Aid rate: 70%
Project planned finish date: November 10, 2017
Project identification number: GINOP-1.2.2-15-2015-00284
Presentation of the content of the project: In the framework of the project new production facilities are purchased, which will contribute to the expansion of our production capacity. As part of the project, a line of technology producing honey pastilles was purchased. With this, the company's portfolio grows, its trading activities expand and it maintains its competitiveness and market role by launching its manufacturing business.

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Development of an export-oriented cooperation model at SKC-Consulting Kft.

Az SKC-Consulting Kft. won a grant of 74.600.000,- HUF under the New Széchenyi Plan. The investment of HUF 149.2 million has developed a competitive business environment.

In October 2013, SKC-Consultin Kft. began developing the PROJECT GOP-3.3.2-13-2013-0046 for skc-consulting limited liability company. The project was about developing a collaborative model with technological developments and technology procurement in order to develop a competitive business environment.

With our improvements, we have implemented three supported activities. Our developments and purchases supported the cooperation model, which (1) connected Hungarian companies planning to expand into the export market, (2) connected foreign partners and Hungarian production and service companies, (3) and connected our Trading House with the Hungarian SME capable of expanding into the export market.

In addition to the hardware related to information technology development, Web Conference System (WCS), KEMBI CMS, WCS-Trading Connection and CMS-Trading Place software were purchased as part of the project. As a result of technological acquisitions and improvements, the relationship and close contacts were also ensured in the cooperation model.

The cooperation model developed during the project has been able to increase the export opportunities of small and medium-sized enterprises and to strengthen the export activities of SMEs. Our goal was achieved during the project, by the end of the maintenance period the number of enterprises included in the cooperation model reached 200.

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SITE DEVELOPMENT AT SKC-CONSULTING KFT IN POLAND

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SKC-Consulting Kft. has won a grant of 95 558 780 HUF for the implementation of the project "Site development at SKC-Consulting Kft. in Poland". In the framework of the project with a total cost of HUF 159 264 634, SKC-Consulting Kft. has built its factory hall and is prepared to start the activities of a new producer.
The aim of the investment of SKC-Consulting Kft. since 2012 is to establish a new site in Poland. When planning the project, the project's implementation location was selected: Lengyeltóti, which is located in the most disadvantaged region.
As part of the project, we ordered the necessary works for the construction part of the project and obtained the necessary equipment for the development of the site. The general contractor selected at the start of the project cancelled the project for reasons beyond our control, thus we entered into agreements with three other industrial contractors for construction, electrical and mechanical engineering tasks: Sebestyén and Fia Kft., Novill Kft., Csikaiszer Kft. The construction work of the project ended 98% in May 2014, after which the repair works were completed by the contractors and the installation of alba NAPELEM Kft. the planned solar power system. We received permission to use the factory hall in August 2014.
As a result of the development, a production hall of more than 600 m2 was built, the development of the utility and the site was carried out, and the new production activity was prepared with the realization of the investment. On site we plan to launch a new passive house technology assembly activity, which will be introduced on the market as thermomodule. Following the investment from the support provided by the European Union and the Government of Hungary, the company is expected to create more jobs.

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Development of a prototype of innovative renewable heat production processes and equipment in nanodusty, dilute plasma

In support of the New Széchenyi Plan, SKC-Consulting Kft. based in Budapest has successfully implemented its research development project, in which we have developed a new process for the production of renewable thermal energy and a prototype of the product based on it.

The research theme of the project "Development of a prototype of an innovative process and equipment for renewable heat production in nanodust slurs plasma" in the field of heat development is a reaction based on electro-weak interaction, which is based on published results, but has not been widely used in practice.
The heat-producing reaction that forms the basis of the phenomenon is based on the merger of electrons and protons into neutrons, and neutrons produce heat when they hit any nucleus without radioactivity. In the prototype to be implemented, a thin layer of metal and carbon was applied, with a resonant field strength – a strengthening process that allows electrons and protons (ionized hydrogen, which can be reasonably produced from water) to merge. In the device, this resonant electron-proton fusion was achieved, and the resulting neutrons penetrate the atomic nucleus to generate heat. The device to be put into practice should therefore also be refrigered – but this will also be necessary in order to deliver the resulting heat from the core to the 'consumer' heat exchanger.
The company's strategy is to further strengthen the "green technology" stance and invest further in this area. This strategy also includes the project carried out in the framework of this proposal, which will lead to the further development in the future of a heat-producing plant that will cause less environmental pressure than conventional heat production processes.
Project 155.1 million HUF (63%) almost HUF 245.98 million in research development.

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Development of intelligent energy and building engineering control system at SKC-Consulting Kft.

In support of the New Széchenyi Plan, SKC-Consulting Kft. based in Budapest successfully implemented its research development and innovation project, in support of the Economic Development Operational Programme, in which an intelligent energy and building engineering regulatory system was developed.

SKC-Consulting Ltd. closed its project , GOP-1.3.1-11/A-2012-0129, at SKC-Consulting Kft. in February 2014. The aim of the project was to develop a Green Power Control System (GPCS) remotely managed central control system and the Safehome subsystem, which is an integrated part of it, and the final stage to build a prototype, which will significantly increase energy efficiency, especially for public institutions. The system is easy to use and install, capable of improving the energy efficiency of buildings and reducing energy use.
The skc-consulting development engineering team collaborated with the engineers of IC-Produkt Kft. during the project. The project focused on the use of ICT, developing elements of the GPCS system in the framework of application development during implementation, and then developing a new software and an online-based system as the basis for GPCS.
The basic elements of the system developed under the GPCS project are a thermal energy control level, a level of heating and climate control at the level of public buildings, and finally a remote monitoring level that can be defined as elements of a new IT service.
SKC-Consulting Kft. is confident that the intelligent energy and building engineering services developed during the project will be suitable for the efficient operation of public institutions, leisure facilities, industrial units and other facilities on the domestic market, thus providing its partners with environmentally friendly technology that can be used with a cost-effective remote monitoring system.
Project is HUF 100.95 million (50%) almost HUF 201,916 million in research development.

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Use of low-energy (thermal) geothermal energy for the production of electricity by heat pump feedback; development of thermal power machinery, production of prototypes and the implementation of industrial rights protection of incorporated intellectual products

2013.06.28.

The consortium of SKC-Consulting Kft. and the Budapest University of Technology and Economics received 322.324.036,- HUF grants under the Research and Technological Innovation Fund. The investment with a total budget of HUF 459,151,048 will be the development of an energy efficient thermal power machine.

In January 2013, the consortium of SKC-Consulting Kft. and the Budapest University of Technology and Economics began the use of kmr-12-1-2012-0199 low-energy (thermal) geothermal energy for the production of electricity with heat pump feedback; development of thermal power machinery, the production of prototypes and the implementation of industrial law protection of incorporated intellectual products. The aim of the project is to develop an energy efficient thermal power machine, which, at an effective efficiency above the current state of the art, creates an electrical installation from low-energy thermal water. The effective efficiency of the heat force machines (ORC systems) that use the current low-energy source (ORC systems) only reaches 12% in special conditions. Compared to this current situation, we intend to significantly increase the effective efficiency of our thermal power machine. The development is based on the invention of Dr. István Magai, a solution that allows the production of electricity from thermal water with a temperature of 80 degrees C or less. As part of the project, we will also develop a heating - heat exchanger unit for the introduction of energy, which will allow the thermal water containing geothermal heat to be used for electricity generation.

SKC-Consulting Kft. is confident that the energy efficient thermal power machine developed during the project will be able to meet existing needs on the domestic and international market, the product developed will be usable by both the integrator – energy facility construction companies and the technology development companies. The exploitation of the licensing rights in Hungary also allows the company to grow significant industrial production capacity.

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Development of an export-oriented cooperation model at SKC-Consulting Kft.

2015.09.20

SKC-Consulting Kft. won a grant of 74.600.000,- HUF under the New Széchenyi Plan. The investment of HUF 149.2 million has developed a competitive business environment.

In October 2013, SKC-Consultin Kft. began developing the PROJECT GOP-3.3.2-13-2013-0046 for skc-consulting limited liability company. The project was about developing a collaborative model with technological developments and technology procurement in order to develop a competitive business environment.
With our improvements, we have implemented three supported activities. Our developments and purchases supported the cooperation model, which (1) connected Hungarian companies planning to expand into the export market, (2) connected foreign partners and Hungarian production and service companies, (3) and connected our Trading House with the Hungarian SME capable of expanding into the export market.
In addition to the hardware related to information technology development, Web Conference System (WCS), KEMBI CMS, WCS-Trading Connection and CMS-Trading Place software were purchased as part of the project. As a result of technological acquisitions and improvements, the relationship and close contacts were also ensured in the cooperation model.
The cooperation model developed during the project has been able to increase the export opportunities of small and medium-sized enterprises and to strengthen the export activities of SMEs. Our goal was achieved during the project, by the end of the maintenance period the number of enterprises included in the cooperation model reached 200.

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With the 'HappyFish' project, it's not just fish who will be happier

 

In Hungary, fish meat consumption is well below the European average, and it is worth knowing more about the quality of fish meat. A project that can solve both problems can be solved by a project that will take you from the lake to the table to see the factors that affect the quality of the fish product. The independent laboratory, university and other professional partners involved in the HUF 1.5 billion project will examine water, sediments, fish stress, processing technologies, develop new cost-effective testing methods and set important limits for the basis of legislation. The main objective of the project is to make not only fish, but also people healthier.

 

With the 'HappyFish' project, it's not just fish who will be happier

In Hungary, fish meat consumption is well below the European average, and it is worth knowing more about the quality of fish meat. A project that can solve both problems can be solved by a project that will take you from the lake to the table to see the factors that affect the quality of the fish product. The independent laboratory, university and other professional partners involved in the HUF 1.5 billion project will examine water, sediments, fish stress, processing technologies, develop new cost-effective testing methods and set important limits for the basis of legislation. The main objective of the project is to make not only fish, but also people healthier.
While in Hungary only 6 grams per person per year are consumed, in the European Union they consume an average of 20 kilograms of fish. Low consumer confidence contributes to this, which may be due, among other things, to the fact that, unlike many other product groups (fruit and vegetables, pigs, poultry), very little is known about the quality of Hungarian fish meat.
The project, officially titled 'Developing a new risk management model system to increase water and food safety on the fish line', can significantly improve the situation, short only called HappyFish. At their project launch meeting in January, the representatives of WESSLING Hungary Kft., the independent testing laboratory (leader of the consortium), the Institute of Aquaculture and Environmental Safety of St. Stephen's University and the Department of Refrigeration and Animal Products, as well as The Fishmarket Kft. and SKC Consulting Kft. stressed at their launch meeting in January that the proposal represents an important step not only in the field of food safety (both at home and abroad), but also can also make a significant contribution to increasing fish consumption, which plays a significant role in health preservation. , generating favourable social and economic processes.
HappyFish explores in detail the factors that affect the quality of the fish product from the lake to the table:

  • Testing of harmful compounds: Fish living spaces basically determine meat quality, so water and sediments are carefully examined during the project, paying particular attention to environmentally and human-healthly risky compounds such as pesticides, pharmaceutical residues and other organic and inorganic micropollutants.
  • Biodetoxification: So-called biodetoxification solutions are developed for the treatment of identified risk points (contaminants), so that they are biodegradable and no toxic or harmful end products remain in the medium.
  • Measuring stress effects: The development of state-of-the-art molecular biological methods measures the various stress effects on fish, the minimisation of which is important not only for animal welfare considerations, but also an essential condition for the production of high-quality meat.
  • Testing of processing technology: The quality of the finished product is greatly influenced beyond production by the processing technology. A significant part of the project focuses on the more accurate monitoring and development of these processes (e.g. disinfection, changes in internal content).

The main objective is to describe the criteria for quality fish meat, to identify substances that affect the quality of fish meat from lake to table. In conclusion, the development of proposals for limit values, based on risk assessment satismanating and consumption models, which may also undermine the legislation on fish products. Another benefit of the three-year project is that a cheap and efficient investigation could reduce analytical costs, thus increasing the competitiveness of high-quality products on the market. The development of innovative forms (e.g. ready-to-eat, long-lasting) is also an integral part of the project.
The main application amount is HUF 1 419 187 223 net, of which grants are HUF 1 095 243 937 net. The National Competitiveness and Excellence Programme competition was launched by the National Office for Research, Development and Innovation, and the grant is provided by the Hungarian State. This financial framework can make a significant contribution to the competitiveness of the sector and can also establish an internationally recognised aquaculture and fish product line competence centre, where St. Stephen's University and contributing companies can work closely together to continue education and research tasks related to the sector.

For more information, see:

Dr. Micsinai Adrienn, Consortium Leader

+36305592531

micsinai.adrienn@wessling.hu

Gábor Bordós, professional rapporteur

+36203358627

bordos.gabor@wessling.hu

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