Oldal kiválasztása

Future Development Agency

Our mission

FUDA is a professional consulting and project management company in Hungary with 21 years experience in high tech and ICT services, economics and business , addressing tailor-made assistance for the public and private sector,  by improving access to and promoting adoption of clean and energy efficient technologies. The company is setting the pace to realize the development of a green economy with low emissions, resource efficiency and social inclusivity. This is being achieved through the efforts of a knowledge driven multidisciplinary team  and network of national  & internationally qualified experts within the fields of renewable energy technologies, ICT (AI, IoT, Big Data, Cloud computing ) and  sustainable development and engineering. The current vision and plan is to establish the first Hydrogen valley in Hungary by the involvement of the main CleanTech actors on the market.


What we offer


The systems and technologies we offer will gain commercial acceptance by offering low-cost, clean, on-site energy solutions that compete with fossil technologies.

Vertical farm

Vertical farming (syn. Plant Factory) is the future of plant production combining precision agronomy, IT and hi-tech solutions for sustainability and risk reduction.

innovative construction

FUDA is actively searching for ways to reduce the carbon footprint of constructions.


FUDA currently has a line of micro-controller shields that can be used to build robotic controllers.  


FUDA is experienced in consultancy specialising in clean energy and hydrogen communities. Helping to deliver new technical, management and business solutions for a sustainable future.
Our goal is to ensure that the offered systems and technologies gain commercial acceptance by delivering low cost, clean, onsite energy solutions which compete with fossil technologies . The main goal is to be leader in the establishment of the first Hungarian Hydrogen Valley with multi actors.
HUDA actively participate in nationally and EU funded programmes as consortium partner.

Vertical farm

Vertical farm technology is a method for indoor crop production.

The advantage of indoor crop production is that plants can be grown under controlled, ideal conditions, so it can produce constant quality and quantity regardless of environmental conditions and harmful pests and diseases. This technology is suitable for pesticide-free cultivation under high hygienic conditions, the result can be a food-grade product. During cultivation it is possible to set the optimal environmental parameters for the cultivated plants, so in vertical farms the plants always have the best vintage.

Artificial environment

The term “plant factory with artificial lighting” (PFAL) refers to a plant production facility with a thermally insulated and nearly airtight warehouse-like structure. Instead of sunlight, a special LED lamp provides the light. Vertical farm lamps are set up with software-controlled narrow band LED chips with different colors. This allows for adjusting the color composition and the brightness of the emitted light, which depends on the type of the cultivated plant or the purpose of the cultivation. It is also possible to control the dynamics of illumination and to schedule changes in light and dark periods with different durations. In addition to lighting, it is also important that there is an option to regulate environmental parameters, such as air temperature, relative humidity, and CO2 level. Most of the hydroponic vertical farms have an individual circulated multi-loop irrigation system in which pH, electron conductivity (EC), nutrient temperature and other parameters can be set regarding the purpose of the production. There are multiple types of vertical farms such as hydroponic, aquaponic, aeroponic systems with or without artificial lights.

A few advantages of this technology:

  • Water conservation (85-95% less water use)
  • Year-round production (50 weeks in a year with 2 weeks maintenance)
  • Pesticide-free production (no need for plant protection)
  • Improved quality (clean, and ready-to-eat)
  • Reduced transportation cost (locally grown)
  • Higher yields/m2
  • Maximized land use

Innovative construction

FUDA is actively searching for ways to reduce the carbon footprint of constructions by using locally available or locally produced construction materials together with recyclable plastics and glass. Our innovation efforts focus on creating and adjusting existing building technologies to best utilize these. We facilitate the building of custom and prototype 3D printer mechanics, filament manufacturers and extrudes as well as construction capable 3D printer extruder heads. Our ultimate goal is to provide a toolkit that can be used onsite to build a 3D construction printer and filament production facility that best suits the actual building, location, the local environment and is also cost effective.

The real-life example of our equipment includes the building of large (cubit meter size) 3D printers for construction and construction related applications. We also provide prototype toolkits for education and system integration purposes.


FUDA currently has a line of micro-controller shields that can be used to build robotic controllers. The shields provide the “glue” between the micro-controller and the robotic hardware like sensors, stepper and servo motors, actuators, displays and radio as well as networking interfaces. Together with our software these controllers provide the brains to robotic and automation equipment whether its a full scale robot arm or a simple PID controller. Our solutions range from micro to small power ranges, up to 20A 48V applications, however custom solutions can exceed these power levels. Our controller software and hardware can work with and implement open loop as well as closed loop control scenarios.

FUDA is dedicated to creating sustainable solutions and enriching lives by reducing energy poverty, providing long lasting and consistent solutions for households, businesses and communities.

CEO and team leader: Zoltan Lendér, economist