The name of the beneficiary is GDi Hungary Limited Liability Company

Project Title – Intelligent Path Concept – Development of Utility Network Support Tool

Total value of the contracted project – 100 545 875 Ft

The amount of the contracted subsidy is – 55 170 231 HUF

Aid rate (%) – 54.87%

Scheduled start date for the project – 01/10/2018.

Planned completion date of the project – 30/09/2010.

Project Identification Number – GINOP-2.1.2-8-1-4-16-2017-00267


Presentation of project content


The data model and functionality of the project result allowed for a more complex life-cycle approach. The data model also supported the traditional expectations regarding device location and data recording. In this area, efficiency improvements have been made along the intelligent track data structure. Additionally, due to the data model, it supported a non-traditional device management solution, where the device stored much more information over the network than previous device registry solutions. Solves the recording of investment, construction, operation, and other technical and non-technical characteristics of a part or group of transmission element in a network. This unified approach that our solution addresses, was present at the level of expectations in professional thinking, but at the product level its effective implementation was not developed. The product is also very competitive internationally, as the solution was based on a clear logic and supported functionality that, even if present in other products, is a complex and inflexible software solution for utilities that implements the intelligent trail concept. Several results could be achieved with the introduction and use of software tools by a utility operator. The principles and approach implemented in the system made the management of the public utility network throughout the lifecycle self-evident. The developed data model and set of tools supported a comprehensive concept that made asset management efficient. Not only can this solution work on its own, but it can integrate efficiently with other enterprise systems, as ERP, CRM, or possibly EAM systems that are basically alphanumeric can easily integrate because there is no redundancy and network device information can be accurately linked. In the system implementation, the concept is hidden so that the day-to-day application is not complicated by the knowledge of the principle of dynamic segmentation, ie without the knowledge of dynamic segmentation the users can use the system. In practice, this meant that utility objects and information had to be created in the graphical register, but not fixed value and trace.