This year our interns are students from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics and the University of Óbuda.
The largest development of Prolan has reached a significant milestone, at 11:35 A.M. on the 20th of July, the parallel operation of our PRORIS-H interlocking equipment has started at Gyál railway station.
Schools closed in March as a result of the epidemiological emergency posed unprecedented challenges for parents with young children. In many cases, they had to deal not only with studying and working from home at the same time, but also with how they could stay home with children for such a long time. In this situation, the importance of summer camps and the demand for them has increased. We started the fourth annual daycare camp at Prolan which aroused great interest. In July, the children and grandchildren of our employees can camp for up to five weeks in a safe and beautiful environment with qualified teachers. As a family-friendly workplace, we were happy to take on this challenge.
The 30-year-old Prolan Zrt. is donating 7 million HUF to the National Blood Supply Service and helping the local government of Budakalász to solve the epidemic situation with an additional 3 million HUF grant.
Since the beginning of the emergency situation due to the coronavirus, the management of Prolan Zrt. has been constantly monitoring government communications, on the basis of which it has introduced special measures.
The Faketelen Taxi team represented Prolan for the first time this year in the RobonAUT 2020 robot race of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, but not the first time they built an autonomous vehicle to win the first place.