As of the new year, Michal Košek, one of the founding members of the Prague software development house eMan, will lead the company, listed on the Start market on the Prague Stock Exchange. After more than eleven years as Chief Operating Officer, Košek will replace CEO Jiří Horyna, who will continue as Chairman of the Board of Directors.
Nowadays, most drivers are resigned to their car's operating systems being outdated or limited by the manufacturer. In principle, they only function as a kind of mirror of their smartphones. The new Android Automotive OS (AAOS) is designed to constitute the car as a "stand-alone device".
The Prague software house eMan is developing and will start operating an online cryptocurrency game called Alteration. It will be linked to the NFT world and will run on the network of the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange, Binance. The game will be created under a newly established eMan subsidiary, Legend has it.
Eva can't imagine a life without dancing, and we can't imagine life without Eva. Countless colleagues at eMan have relied on her work for the past couple of years, and some internal systems would not run at all without her. Meet Eva in the newest installment of Humans of eMan!
Czech IT company eMan starts its own investment fund, focusing on fintech and digitalization [PRESS RELEASE]2021-10-08
The Prague software house is establishing an investment fund, called eMan Innovations. It will focus on Czech and international projects with global ambitions.
UX/UI designers and developers have been working with design systems for many years now. Still, a lot of people don't know what they're good for. When can they save you time and what should you look out for when working with one?
Since 2017, when Google first officially introduced Android Automotive OS (AAOS) to the public, this operating system has been slowly seeing more light on car dashboards. How is AAOS doing in 2021, and could it be a revolution like the one Android enjoyed on the mobile phone scene years ago?
Cities invest millions of CZK a year in digitalization. Electronic payments for waste collection and parking, electronic submission of subsidy applications, online enrollment of children into kindergarten – this is what the digitalization of government offices in 2021 looks like.
The shortage of IT experts will persist; everyone is already looking abroad, claims Kiwi.com’s Oliver Dlouhý2021-08-17
According to statistics, the lack of qualified workers in the field of information technology has plagued the Czech market for years. The manifest excess in demand over supply is influenced not only by a lack of students in the related fields, but also by the enduring record low Czech unemployment, and the state of the domestic economy.
Ordinary reality is no longer enough for companies; they are moving their processes to the virtual environment2021-08-05
Although still in their relative infancy, augmented and virtual realities are already being used in many companies in the Czech Republic. They are currently employed not only, for example, in aviation, but also in (practically) everyday activities such as high-quality visualizations and data presentation – even the European Statistical Office (Eurostat) is using them.