MINSK, 3 October (BelTA) – The Supervisory Board of the Hi-Tech Park (HTP) is set to register 129 companies, BelTA learned from the HTP website.
There are many foreign R&D companies among them, like Playrix BY, an international developer of free-to-play mobile games headquartered in Dublin; Check Point Software Technologies, the world's leading cyber security provider from Israel; Sensory Technologies, a Canadian medical software company; Luware BLR LLC, an R&D center of Luware Holding AG from Switzerland, a leading provider of customized service platforms based on Microsoft Unified Communications technologies; SPG Software Solutions from Austria. There are companies from the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and the United States of America.
Engineering and consulting company Eneca carries out BIM (Building Information Modeling) projects. Freshly Data LLC develops software for e-commerce using cloud technology and artificial intelligence. Tut By Media will provide services in Internet advertising and classified ads. Another resident company is Deepdee, an AI-based system, which provides a revolutionary solution for prompt automated early stage diagnosis of eye diseases.
According to the HTP, eight applications were rejected based on the findings of a scientific and technical evaluation. Another eight companies were stripped of the status of an HTP resident company.
As of today, the Hi-Tech Park has 684 resident companies.More about Economy