The company continues actively to implement the project “Development of a prototype of the innovative multi-apartment residential house management platform HOUSELOG”. During the last months the selected IT service provider SIA “AMITUM” together with the company’s employees have continued the development of the platform, in particular implementation and testing of such sections as “Calendar”, “User Profiles”, “Informational Board”, “Meetings” and “Installations of data loggers and submission of the indicators”. The “Tilde” Ltd as a selected service provider has implemented and successfully tested the virtual assistant and it’s full compliance with operations of platform. In addition, the company has selected “METLINK” Ltd for the supply and installation of nodes and components necessary for the construction of the platform.
It is expected that the development of the platform will be completed in the first quarter of 2024.
The company continues actively to implement the project “Development of a prototype of the innovative multi-apartment residential house management platform HOUSELOG”. During the last 4 months the selected IT service provider SIA “AMITUM” together with the company’s employees have both revised the general tasks of the platform segments and carried out the development and testing of several specific platform blocks. Also, the company has already started to define work tasks for the development of the virtual assistant and to define the technical specifications of the necessary equipment to be installed in order to put platform fully operational.
The company has started the implementation of the project “Development of a prototype of the innovative multi-apartment residential house management platform HOUSELOG”, to which a grant in the amount of EUR 129,999.80 from the Norwegian financial instrument program have been attracted.
The company’s employees have both started work on the development of the prototype themselves, and have also selected the IT service provider within the framework of the public procurement “Development of multi-apartment housing management platform system blocks and their integration with various systems” (id. no. 2022/02-NOR). Ltd “VILKS” has concluded a contract with the IT service provider SIA “AMITUM” in 29.09.2022. Within the framework of the contract, it is planned to develop the system (platform) blocks, connect them with sensors, and carry out system (platform) testing and operational improvement.
The project “Development of a prototype of the innovative multi-apartment residential house management platform HOUSELOG” receives a grant in the amount of 129 999,80 EUR from the Norwegian Financial Mechanism Program. The aim of this project is to develop a prototype of an innovative multi-apartment residential house management platform HOUSELOG, to test it and to study its adaptation possibilities in the existing infrastructure in Latvia and Norway.
Projektu atbalsta Norvēģijas granti/ Supported by Norway through the Norway Grants
Project name: Development of a prototype of the innovative multi-apartment residential house management platform HOUSELOG
Project Number: NP-2022/21
Programme: Norwegian Financial Mechanism’s 2014-2021 Programme “Business Development, Innovation and SME’s”
Open call for proposals: Small grant scheme “Development of technologies supporting the quality of life”
Co-financing beneficiary: Ltd “VILKS”
Project partner: Bjørn Naustvik
Total project’s eligible costs: 185 814,00 EUR
Grant funding: 129 999,80 EUR
Project purpose: is to develop a prototype of an innovative multi-apartment residential house management platform HOUSELOG
Place of project implementation: Katlakalna street 9A, Rīga, LV-1073
Project implementation period: 24 months (1 April, 2022 to 31 March, 2024)
Contact person: Andrejs Stolers, phone: 29188799, e-mail: email@example.com
Further information about the programme: https://eeagrants.lv/
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