Lithuanian companies presented the best IT projects to Kazakhstan businessmen (PHOTO)
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Lithuanian companies presented the best IT projects to Kazakhstan businessmen (PHOTO)

5 December 2016 13:54

New borders of the Kazakhstan-Lithuanian relations discussed during the business forum in Almaty. The largest IT companies of Lithuania provided the modern projects in the sphere of transport, food, light and other industry, BNews.kz correspondent reported.


The forum was organized by Chamber of entrepreneurs of the city of Almaty together with Consulate general of the Republic of Lithuania in Almaty. The meeting gave to participants an opportunity for creation of network of useful business contacts for development of joint business between two partner countries. 

About 5 Lithuanian companies provided the IT projects  to the Almaty businessmen. The director of the company of Merakas offered the software on planning and optimization of public transport service, using digital maps of the city. The company in the market is for more than 30 years. Implementation of unique system will allow to avoid traffic jams and untimely arrival of buses, trolleybuses and the subway, Romas Mickus considers.

"We have unique algorithms on creation of the schedule of a public transport, knowing a passenger traffic. Computer programs independently calculate to what time and with what interval minibuses need to move. All this taking into account possible breakdowns of transport, a shift change of drivers and a lunch break," Romas Mickus says.

For today 5 European countries use the program, after its implementation most of people changed on a public transport.

"We have a unique mechanism in the world which can coordinate all transport modes in any point of the city and country is developed. That is we can see how the subway that buses managed to arrive to the last train goes. We can coordinate and trace all this. Already now our software at the ministerial level was purchased by Estonia, the system is also implemented in Lithuania, Latvia, Ukraine and some cities of Russia," mister Mickus says.