PLOTO partners under the spotlight: BME

We’re moving to Hungary at the pilot site led by Freeport of Budapest Logistics Ltd (BSZL), Hungarian State Railway Company (MÁV), National Association of Radio Distress-Signalling and Info communications (RSOE) and Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Department of Transportation Technology and Economics (BME).

In the third episode, the Budapest University of Technology team is offering its perspective regarding their experience with the Consortium and its role in the project.


What prompted your organisation to join the PLOTO consortium?

How do the objectives of PLOTO project fit in with the priorities and strategies of your company?

Tell us about the role of your company in this project.

Can you give an update about the latest developments?

What are your company’s next steps in the project, about the pilot site? 

What are your plans to build upon these results for future initiatives?

Would you like to add anything more? 

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