The IT development of our travel security service has started


Our company received a non-refundable grant worth HUF 155 213 980 from the National Research, Development and Innovation Fund for the implementation of the ‘TravelSec – Development of a complex travel security risk management and service system supported by artificial intelligence’ project. The total cost of the project is HUF 258 068 400.

During the two-year period of the project, as part of our winning tender, we will carry out targeted applied research in the field of travel security, and based on its results, we will develop an IT solution that can be integrated into the corporate security system and covers its entire spectrum.

The current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has highlighted that security and the definition, purpose, methodology and tools of security systems can collapse in a matter of seconds and, thus, need to be re-evaluated. This is especially true in the case of companies where complex security management is not yet widespread in practice, and within this, the overall management of the travel security sub-sector will play a more prominent role in the future.

The risk management and service system, which will be developed based on our research results, will be implemented through innovative technological methods that ensure that employers and employees can make decisions in light of the most up-to-date information and take the necessary measures in the event of an emergency as soon as possible. The project focuses on: travel security services, artificial intelligence, risk analysis, decision support, emergency communication platform. In many cases our services could be life-saving, for example in the event of a terrorist attack or deployment to a country with high security risk.

There is a specific market interest in the outcome of the project which will ensure a quick return on the project. The project will be implemented at the company’s headquarters in Budapest, with the involvement of Hungarian developers and researchers. The project started on August 1, 2020 and is expected to end on July 31, 2022.


The project (Project No. 2020-1.1.2-PIACI-KFI-2020-00093) is implemented with the support provided by the National Research, Development and Innovation Fund, as part of the ‘Support for Market-Driven Research, Development and Innovation Projects (2020-1.1.2-PIACI KFI)’ programme.