Match Startup Program

MATCH Program Brings Together Best CEE Startups and Swedish Enterprises

Sigma Technology, Ericsson, ABB, and AQ Anton have launched MATCH Startup Program under the aegis of the Embassy of Sweden in Hungary. The Program will identify startups in Central and Eastern Europe with innovative ideas in digitalization.

Spacebots Space VR Solution

Sigma Technology Sponsors a FIRST LEGO League Team Presenting Space VR Solution

Sigma Technology supports a team of school students competing in the FIRST LEGO League tournament. The Swedish team called Spacebots is now in Arkansas, USA, to present their project aimed at solving individual and social problems that people face during space travel.

Skool project Hungary Sigma Technology

Skool Makes Technology Attractive for Girls in Hungary

Encouraging girls to choose technology as a possible career – this is the vision of the Skool project, the initiative started by the Technology in Education Foundation, Hungary, Budapest. We have gotten a chance to meet the co-founder of the project and CEO Szilvi Koleszár, and Péter Guzsaly, Unicorn Whisperer.

Sigma Christmas Challenge Photo Collage

Sigma Christmas Challenge raises 34,000 SEK for Musikhjälpen

December 2018 was a special month for Sigma Technology Swedish offices. We had the first Sigma Christmas Challenge, our way to make both our bodies and souls feel good. During the challenge, we supported the fundraising event Musikhjälpen arranged as a collaboration between Swedish Radio, Swedish Television, and Radiohjälpen.

BOTI conference

BOTI 2018 Conference Focuses on Simplifying Technical Information

The BOTI 2018 Conference is a meeting place for leading businesses and organizations in the area of technical information. This year’s topics included technical information business, API documentation, analog, and digital worlds, and the future of information consumption – all with one common idea: to make the complex a bit simpler.

Levente Kovacs Gabriella Alexi

Interview with Levente Kovács: We Want to Provide Practical Knowledge to Students

Our today’s guest is Levente Kovács, Vice Rector of Education at Óbuda University, Hungary, professor, former Vice Dean of Informatics Department. Professor Kovács also conducted a significant research in the area of physiological control systems, including the creation of artificial organs and control systems for them.