MINSK, 3 March (BelTA) – The Hi-Tech Park Supervisory Board has decided in favor of registering 65 companies as Hi-Tech Park residents, the park's press service told BelTA.
According to the source, active development of startups continues: more than half of the new companies were registered in 2020-2021. At present the Hi-Tech Park is home to 1,021 companies.
The new Hi-Tech Park companies specialize in various areas, including healthcare, financial technologies, digital commerce, gaming, transport, production sector, and agriculture.
The company Integration Distribution Projects intends to develop software and design equipment for people to pay for their passage using biometric terminals in the Minsk metro. It will also create a border guard workstation with a face recognition system. The workstations are supposed to be deployed in border checkpoints.
Badrobot Company will focus on the development of a software and hardware complex that will consist of a proprietary-design smart construction printer, proprietary firmware, and a CAD/CAM application for controlling the construction printer.
A1 ICT Services is a branch of the Belarusian mobile carrier and landline Internet service provider A1. The new company will focus on expanding the choice of services available to A1 clients at A1's proprietary datacenter, including the hosting of information resources of the clients, IT auditing, information security, design and technical support for cloud computing solutions, and other services.
AMIS IT Company intends to develop software for customers in such areas as industrial safety, renewable energy, healthcare, electricity, transport, and oil and gas industry. It will also offer proprietary software products such as a mobile app for medics and nurses.
DLT Text Company intends to develop and support products of the international holding company iText. Those include a cross-platform library and a solution meant to generate and modify PDF documents.
Ringle Software Development Company will focus on creating a universal platform for comfortable casual communication and business communication with enhanced capabilities in the areas of security, social interaction, and digital commerce.
Companies with foreign capital are now resident companies of Belarus' Hi-Tech Park, too. Those include two development centers of foreign corporations. Altoros Bel (part of the U.S. company Altoros) intends to create and support software in the spheres of decentralized finance and COVID-19 propagation suppression. Deriv BY represents the transnational corporation Deriv and will work on various platforms in the sphere of online trade.