Research and development laboratory

ANASOFT has been engaged in applied research since its very beginnings. Along with the enlargement of the company, the projects have become more interesting and challenging. Looking back, the results of ANASOFT's R&D activities include projects such as the portal project C-Net for the Flemish government, ICT security projects, RAFT (Remote Accessible Field Trips) in cooperation with the Fraunhofer Institute in Germany and the Comenius University of Bratislava.

Participants have the opportunity to work with new technologies, whose implementation is both relatively new and not widely explored. It is the primary objective of the laboratory to apply the latest scientific knowledge and information and communication technologies towards the development of solutions that will consequently become building blocks for the enlargement of the company's products and services portfolio.


We opened a project in 2007 within the ANAlab research and development laboratory to collaborate with university students. Students have the opportunity to work on interesting projects together with ANASOFT's experts within a project setting.

The laboratory’s goal is to use the latest scientific knowledge and information and communication technologies to develop solutions that gradually become the basis for expanding the company’s portfolio of products and services.


In collaboration with the Faculty of Informatics and Information Technology at the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, we opened FIIT LAB – a research laboratory for the use of artificial intelligence in Smart Industry in 2018. Students worked with experts from ANASOFT in research groups.

The laboratory is dedicated to researching the latest artificial intelligence methods for industrial applications.

We are looking for

  • students 2. y.+ (2. – 5. year)
  • talented people, not afraid to step out from the line
  • individualities, willing to improve and are interested in IT
  • young people, who find problem solving motivating

We are not interested in anyone, but we are possibly interested in you. 

In projects we are offering

  • work under professional guidance
  • opportunity to become apart of experienced research teams
  • flexible working hours respecting study requirements
  • combination of individual responsibility and teamwork
  • participation on development and analysis of technologies, on solving the ICT tasks.
  • matrix structure of management, work in virtual teams
  • work in exceptional company environment with barrier-free communication


Interactive devices interpreting a cybernetic-physical system

Solutions are designed and built to present a self-learning system in a manufacturing setting (for predictive service interventions or the deployment of algorithms within stock-in and stock-out processes in large warehouses). The result was an interactive device with self-learning algorithms.

Comparison of the behavioural characteristics of a handwritten signature using machine learning tools

We were developing a component for signature solutions able to verify a received signature against a specimen signature. The objective of the project was to research, select and verify suitable technologies for comparing a 1:1 biometric signature data in real time and the ability to use machine learning tools.

Application of artificial intelligence algorithms on automated production data

The goal of this project was to identify examples of behaviour and connections, to expose anomalies and to create the ability to predict them by applying artificial intelligence algorithms. A system simulator was created using historical audit/log data along with tools to support operational supervision of the system.

Use of BlockChain in electronic signature

The objective of this project was to verify the applicability and viability of using BlockChain and DPL (Distributed Public Ledger) to perform signature tasks. Available platforms is be utilised to verify design samples and create components for integration into existing solutions.

Visualisation of manufacturing enterprises data using augmented reality

This goal of this program was to create a program capable of propagating aggregated information about a monitored production station into a current image of its actual surroundings. The objective was to ease the production station monitoring process.

Visualisation tool for forensic analysis of digital handwritten signatures

The challenge in this project was to create visual forms of signatures that best aid forensic experts in investigating the match between a handwritten digital signature with other specimens. The objective was independence from having to rely on the third-party tools we have previously used.

KINECT One for Windows - ergonomics assistant

Students had the task of verifying the ability to use “KINECT One for Windows” in evaluating various ergonomic factors for personnel in industrial manufacturing industries. They created a prototype application to support MTM (Methods Time Measurement) analysis of ergonomics. 

Privacy in mobile communications

We investigated ways to protect privacy in mobile communications in various formats (voice, messaging and documents). We focused on the topic of protecting privacy and the contents on a device if lost. We identified simple and suitable applications (services) for creating secure communications.

Freight logistics using mobile technologies

The theme of this project was to monitor and evaluate the performance of a fleet of trucks using BYOD (Bring-Your-Own-Device) mobile technology. The solution that was created expands the usefulness of the VIATUS product for managing freight transport on one’s own mobile devices.


The outcome of this project was a secure remote access solution to connect to the Cloud using a USB dongle with DSP via the Internet. The project investigated the viability of IT securing technologies (PKI, PKCS, AES and others) and an overview and selection of client and server platforms was created.  

Testing of mobile applications

Within the completion of this project, students defined areas and ways for testing mobile applications. They learned about testing methodology, various types and approaches to testing applications and the specifics of testing mobile applications. They also gave creating test scenarios and the assessment of information a practical try.

Automatic creation of cloud-based test environments

The MS Azure cloud environment provides a broad range of options for automatic generation of IaaS solutions, which simplifies the process of deploying solutions. It does not resolve the question of if a deployed solution is functional. The goal of the project was to prepare a framework to permit the functionality of a deployed solution to be verified.