OpenApp harness a suite of technologies and a decade of experience in creating Geographic Information Systems (GIS) that allow their clients to capture, analyse and present spatial information. We help to make data useful by freeing it from Excel tables and visualising it using cutting edge technology.
Geographic Information Systems
OpenApp’s Geo Spatial applications are award winning and underpin mission critical emergency services applications to large infrastructure management projects, monitoring national resources (motorway and primary road network).The solutions incorporate rastors (Ordinance Survey Ireland, Context Maps and Google maps) and vectors (Ordinance Survey Ireland, National Road Authority and many other agencies such as hospital locations).
These maps are given context by adding boundaries such as counties, local authorities, electoral divisions, health service (LHO, CHO, primary care and mental health). The HSE Health Atlas is one great example of this, which the HSE use to discover patterns and trends form HIPE or census data, exploring for example, correlations between coronary disease with deprivation levels. Another is the AeroMedical system which assists the Aero-Medical Services to rendezvous air and ground assets so that emergency patients are safely and rapidly transported to specialist facilities.
Geospatial Application Features
- Easily create beautiful visualisations of your information
- Thematic maps (Chloropleths) – using shading/patterns to display measurements of a statistical variable
- Geo-scatter plots where data is displayed as a collection of points
- Fixed reporting services
- Self-service reporting services Narrative report services
- Improved decision making
- Web based dashboards to share and communicate
- Real-time vehicle location services
- Strategic planning support
- Give context to your data by connecting it to public data
- Easily define catchment areas and create narrative reports of the underlying information
- Identify optimised locations (based on filters and user defined criteria)
Knowledge sharing at the Centre for Digitisation in telemedicine, germany and discussing CPMS OpenApp CEO, Con Hennessey, has been invited to speak about the Clinical Patient Management System (CPMS) at a the “Digital and central: Treat rare diseases through digital networking across institutions” online symposium. Launched in 2017, CPMS serves as…Read More
How is Open Source driving innovation across global industries as well as within Ireland? Skillnet Ireland will be hosting their inaugural Open Source & Ireland’s Innovation Ecosystem Conference on Thursday, February 25th from 4-6pm GMT. The agenda is packed full of speakers who are experts on the use of Open…Read More
OpenApp Featured in Rare Revolution Magazine: Patient Registries – Myth vs Fact 04.02.2021 Clinical Patient Management System for European Reference Networks: A Case Study We are delighted to inform you that we have featured in one of the foremost publications in the rare disease space. In the Autumn 2020 issue…Read More