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Signa

Signa is a product line designed for creation and verification of electronic documents signed with qualified electronic signature:

  • Signa Docs – document signing platform;
  • Signa Web – internet service;
  • Signa Desktop – software application;
  • Signa SDK – framework for IT system developers.

Electronic document created with Signa has the same legal power as paper based documents because they conform to requirements of the specification ADOC of the electronic document signed by electronic signature.

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UAB “MIT-SOFT” together with Vilnius University are implementing project “Cross-border electronic documents” jointly financed by European Regional Development Fund and the state budget of the Republic of Lithuania. The project is scheduled from July 2018 to June 2020.


Project's goal is to solve an interoperability problem of cross-border electronic documents between countries with different national electronic document platforms by technological means only.


Project's result – software tools and an internet service based on these tools that enables to create a set of electronic document exemplars (original copies) according to the requirements of national electronic document platforms of signatories' countries.


Project E!10640 UWB_SENS

Project title:

System of passive SAW sensors exploiting UWB hyperbolically frequency modulated signals

Project acronym:
UWB_SENS
Participants:

GVR Trade SA, Switzerland (coordinator partner)

Center for Physical Sciences and Technology, Lithuania

UAB MIT-SOFT, Lithuania

Project purpose:

Laboratory prototype of Temperature measurement sensor system will be developed exploiting Ultra Wide Band (UWB) Hyperbolically Frequency Modulated (HFM) signals. Up to 10 passive SAW sensors (no battery) can be interrogated by one “reader” radiating very low <10 mW EM power. HFM signals simplify communication algorithm between the reader and sensors and reduce RF power. Low radiated RF power makes system suitable for medical application.

Project start:
October, 2016
Project end:
September, 2018

Dr. Antanas Mitašiūnas
UAB „MIT-SOFT“ director

Project eINTERASIA

Project title:

ICT Transfer Concept for Adaptation, Dissemination and Local Exploitation of European Research Results in Central Asia’s Countries

Project acronym:
eINTERASIA
Participants:

Riga Technical University, Latvia (coordinator)

UAB MIT-SOFT, Lithuania

University of Bremen, Germany

Fraunhofer Institute for Factory Operation and Automation, Germany

Logitrans Consult Ltd, Estonia

Astana Innovations JSC, Kazakhstan

BISAM Central Asia, Kazakhstan

Uzbek International Forwarders Association, Uzbekistan

Technological University of Tajikistan, Tajikistan

Project purpose:

The eINTERASIA project is aimed at supporting an international cooperation with Developing Economies of Central Asia by creating an innovative ICT Transfer Concept and business model for adaptation, dissemination and local exploitation of EU research results. One of the technologies piloted for transfer to Central Asia countries is SignaTM.

Project start:
March, 2013
Project end:
August, 2015

Dr. Antanas Mitašiūnas
UAB „MIT-SOFT“ director