The digital transition, digital technology applications, automation, robotic technologies, artificial intelligence are affecting almost every aspect of life and are fundamentally transforming the economy, the labour market and people's daily lives.
Digital skills, the availability of a digitally skilled workforce, are to be a determining factor for economy and technology development.
It is an imperative to invest in digital technology training and in developing the skills and competences that are essential for competitiveness and for ensuring a skilled and adaptable workforce.
The Neumann Technology Platform aims to be a key player in technology-driven digital competence development and a facilitator of collaboration across the whole competence development lifecycle ecosystem.
The NTP TechEd centre facilitates and supports the dialogue between the education sector and learning market and the stakeholders in the education technology sector, the visibility of the market and industry players to regional and European markets.
With regard to the Government Decision 1341/2019 (11.VI.), adopted by the Government, the NTP contributes to the further development of the Digital Competence Framework, aligning it with international and European references. NTP ensures the updating of the Digital Citizenship Framework and its adaptation to the current development policy environment.
The NTP aims to be a catalyst for increasing participation in projects supported by EU direct funding and strengthening international knowledge transfer, capacity building and inter-institutional relations.
NTP is also involved in digital competence development as an accredited adult training provider. Through its training activities, NTP aims to promote the use and demonstration of the potential of digital technologies, the introduction and dissemination of new training methodologies in close cooperation with the domestic SME sector, building on its experience in training and methodology development as consortium leader or partner in the implementation of national and/or EU projects in previous years.
The Kézai Simon Programme aims at digitally preserving paper-based, analogue photographs and related data owned by families and institutions through the online interface kezai.hu and the free application of the Kézai Simon Programme. By creating their own data assets, users can decide how their images are handled and make them available to the public and researchers. The images and data uploaded to the platform are captured by a Hungarian-developed software and stored in a secure, central database in Hungary.