RheoLity neuromonitoring system is based on optical extinction measurements in the near infrared region. The method is based on the well-established near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) principle. In this region of the spectrum light penetrates biological tissue. Blood, in particular its constituents oxygenated and deoxygenated hemoglobin act as absorbing constituent against the background and therefore allows for quantification of their concentrations.
RheoLity is a user-friendly software used in conjunction with RheoControl, RheoSens and RheoPatch, which displays and analyzes the measurement data. CBF and oxygen metabolism are analyzed and displayed on the Rheo Monitor. RheoLity manages patient information and the patient measurement series. The software can be run on a standard medical PC.
NeMo System is a solution for minimally-invasive (NeMo Probe) as well as non-invasive (NeMo Patch) multi-parameter neuromonitoring in a single system.
The interface of NeMo Monitor is designed for user-friendly, simple and intuitive operation. Connected NeMo Probes and NeMo Patches are automatically detected. The software actively guides through measurement procedures, while clearly representing trend curves as well as current measurement values. Customizable views enable the usage of NeMo Monitor in various clinical situations.
It provides for end-to-end track & trace of all cash shipments, be it ATM cassettes or other packages or shipments, together with transparent monitoring.CCO-Track And Trace is implemented as a Cordova (PhoneGap) app for Android mobile and tablet devices using SpongyCastle / BouncyCastle for strong encryption/decryption of data transfers.
- Workflows for efficient package commissioning
- Complete package track & trace for shipments across the entire supply chain
- Tracking with stationary or mobile scanners
- Support for bills/coins/other values/products
- Securely traceable delivery of packages
In 2012 MBC Group decided to multiply the viewing experience for the biggest production in Arab entertainment history by launching a companion web and mobile app for the TV series.
The production of the series "Omar" is the largest TV production in the history of Arab television to date and comes in several languages. With the TV series, comes this app to complete this initiative and provide value-add content to viewers around the World via their mobile devices.
The Omar application is a nicely visualized interactive timeline (supporting parallax scrolling) that covers the history of Islam and Second Caliph of Islam Omar Bin Al-Kattab through events. The TV series is going to cover around 300 events that happened during the life of Omar from social events to battles and political transformations. The application extends the series content and covers around 1000 events in that era in details.
The application gives users the option to navigate content through different views; Timeline view, List view, Map view, and 3D perspective view, and Episodes view. The second screen experience is mainly delivered through the episodes view where users can watch the full episodes after it runs on TV, read the synopsis of the episode, and learn more information about the events that a specific episode covers.
One great feature to highlight is that for the first time an application covers all events in history on a map. It shows where each of these events took place using Google Map Coordinates which requires a lot of research and editorial efforts.
The application allows users to choose between Gregorian and Hijri calendars to navigate the timeline. This feature can help them put the events Hijri dates in context with the Gregorian dates.
The application features different social actions like sharing an event to social networks, check-in into a location of an event on the map, and the ability to go through the social stream of the series on Twitter.