“Wound measurement provides baseline information while continuous measurement helps to predict healing and aids monitoring of treatment efficacy and evaluation. It [Wound measurement] is also objective and can be useful in cost-benefit analysis. Methods such as the ruler technique are inaccurate and do not account for changes in wound shape and such practice should be discouraged”
The HMIC warned that despite managing well in increasingly difficult circumstances there was evidence of fewer arrests being made.
The PEEL effectiveness report 2016 recommends that forces should “take prompt and effective action to apprehend suspects”.
Our policing assistant can help your force DO MORE FOR LESS
• Putting proactive information in the hands of frontline officers
• Voice controlled notifications alert officers to opportunities based on their role and location
• Applying predictive technologies in the background
• Using any existing system or database with no integration or data warehousing
“having precise useful information to hand that leads the officer direct to the door saves time”
“being able to easily locate warrants, suspects, missing persons and recently released offenders on a mobile device without having to run reports at the station allows officers to do more for less”
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All applications are available to be installed via your existing on-premises infrastructure.
3D camera and image processing expertise to enable your idea to become reality quickly. Augmented reality knowledge to work with you and develop innovative solutions.
A Camera based technology that allows leg ulcers to be remotely monitored is being trialled in Wales. Developed between Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University (AMBU) Health Board and software company, GPC, the app uses a 3D camera installed on a tablet to take photographs of the wound. The technology is given to nurses visiting patients and…
This week, district nurses from Cardiff and Vale University Health Board started to use our 3D WoundCare solution. Its as easy to take a 3D picture as it is to take a picture on your phone but what really impressed was the ability to accurately measure and then monitor the size of a pressure ulcer,…
GPC is an award-winning software developer with over 25 years of experience working with healthcare and law enforcement organisations all over the world.
We have a unique ability to take start of the art consumer technology and, through innovative software, apply it to health and policing.
Backed by founders with extensive expertise in these spaces our clients can be assured of high levels of satisfaction.
We are driven by the needs of our customers. In healthcare, to improve care through the most efficient use of resource and in policing to enable forces to achieve more with less.
We work with carefully chosen partners that enable us to support our business with the best infrastructure and to ensure that customers are locally supported by people who understand their organisations.