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06/06/2016

Quanopt experts started a new model-based integration project at Blackbelt.

05/03/2016

The MoDeS3 project became the third prize winner on IoT Challenge 2016

05/03/2016

An article written by Quanopt founders and employees will be presented at ICA CON 2016, the 4th International IBM Cloud Academy Conference (June 2-3, 2016, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada).

In their paper ("Cloud Application Performance Analysis with IBM Watson Analytics"), they show how Watson can be integrated into a cloud application performance analysis workflow.

03/01/2016

Quanopt experts contributed in preparation works of certification of PROLAN’s new product. Their work involved among other things error impact analysis, RAMS (Reliability, Availability, Maintainability, Safety) analysis, etc.

01/27/2016

Quanopt is one of the main sponsors of MoDeS3 (Model-based Demonstrator for Smart and Safe Systems) project.

01/15/2016

Our founders, Prof. András Pataricza, László Gönczy and Imre Kocsis are lead authors of two chapters in the forthcoming book "Trustworthy Cyber-Physical Systems Engineering" from Taylor & Francis.

10/16/2015

Quanopt founder, Imre Kocsis held a successful presentation on Shiny on "Open Analytics Day" at BI Forum 2015 (October 14, 2015).

The presentation materials "Shiny as a platform for collaborative data exploration" can be reahced on github., 

04/08/2015

Quanopt founder, Imre Kocsis held a presentation on "The Mixture Index of Fit and Quick Shiny" R meetup (Budapest Users of R Network), on March 25, 2015.

Presentation "Tales from the Trenches: Applying Shiny Quick and Dirty" can be seen on youtube.

09/03/2014

A paper written by Quanopt employees will be presented at the SERENE workshop which will be organized in October in Budapest in the topic of software engineering for resilient systems.

01/15/2014

György Nádudvari was announced one of the two best presenters at the lightning talk session of Budapest Users of R Network meetup with a presentation about the integration of Python and the R statistical language (TekRedik a kígyó, in Hungarian).

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