Smart construction printer, biometric metro card and business messenger: what do HTP residents do?
Recently, another 65 companies have become residents of the High-Tech Park, reports park.by. Most of the new residents are startups registered in 2020-2021.
Among the new HTP residents are companies operating in the fields of medicine, fintech, e-commerce, gaming, transport, industry and agriculture.
The Integration Distribution Projects company develops software and biometric terminals for payment of fares in the Minsk metro.
Badrobot develops smart construction printer, embedded software and CAD / CAM applications for them.
AMIS-IT develops custom software for business in the areas of: industrial safety, ecology, renewable energy sources, medicine, power engineering, transport, oil and gas industry.
DLT Text provides support for iText products, including a cross-platform library and a program for creating and editing PDF documents.
Companies with foreign capital have also joined the HTP, including 2 development centers for foreign corporations: Altoros Bel and Deriv BYE.
Today, the High-Tech Park has a total of 1021 residents.