UAB “MIT-SOFT” is implementing project No. 01.2.1-LVPA-K-856-01-0077 “Qualified trust service for long term preservation of qualified electronic signatures and seals” jointly financed by European Regional Development Fund and the state budget of the Republic of Lithuania. The project is scheduled from September 2020 to August 2022.
Project's goal – to create qualified trust service for long term preservation of qualified electronic signatures and seals, based on software system, to ensure legal validity of electronic documents during the entire life cycle.
Project's result – software system and qualified trust service for long term preservation of qualified electronic signatures and seals based on that system, to enable legal validity of electronic documents during their entire life cycle.
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_SENSProject title:
System of passive SAW sensors exploiting UWB hyperbolically frequency modulated signals
GVR Trade SA, Switzerland (coordinator partner)
Center for Physical Sciences and Technology, Lithuania
UAB MIT-SOFT, Lithuania
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.