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Széchenyi István University and 3B Hungaria Kft. received almost HUF 1.6 billion in funding for their automotive tender

The project aims to develop competitive services related to self-driving mobility.

The project will make unique infrastructure and expertise available and aims to develop the research, experimentation and innovation capabilities of industrial partners, including the Győr Automotive Test Track. It also aims to develop competitive services related to the development of self-driving mobility. 

The university’s consortium partner is the 100 percent Hungarian-owned 3B Hungaria Ltd., which is working on the development of a system based on self-driving logistics tools and a system based on product recognition.

According to public company data, 3B Hungaria Kft. achieved revenues of HUF 5.3 billion in 2020, with almost two-thirds of its turnover coming from exports. The company employs around 150 people.

The university told MTI on Tuesday that the total cost of the project, entitled “Development of innovative automotive testing and inspection competencies in the Western Hungarian region based on the infrastructure of the Zalaegerszeg automotive test track,” is HUF 1.728 billion.

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