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…
We are at Medica 2016 #medica2016 in Dusseldorf today and tomorrow. If you would like to see the future of Wound Care with our 3D WoundCare mobile application then email firstname.lastname@example.org with you contact details and we will come and find you.
Come and see us demonstrating 3D Wound care and Object Analytics at EHI Live today and tomorrow at the NEC. Free entry!
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 are excited to announce that we will be working with South Wales and Gwent Police to develop predictive policing technology. The full story can be found at http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/police-virtual-technology-predict-crime-10790118
John Sotos, Worldwide Medical Director at Intel discusses GPC’s application of 3D RealSense for WoundCare with our medical director Ian Wiles at the mHealth conference in Washington DC earlier today @intelhealth.
Come and see a new dimension in WoundCare and a first of its kind in Analytics where Accessible healthcare data is at your fingertips. This year we are on the Intel booth (703).
We are at the Kings Fund in London today at The Digital Health and Care Congress 2015 #kfdigital15 Come and see us and have a look at the amazing 3D Wound Care solution and our incredibly innovative analytics solution.
We are on our way to HIMSS 2015 in Chicago. We will be on the Intel Booth, number 2525 with first time demos of our Object Library and Wound Care innovations. See you there!!
A recent press release from ABMU Health Board has cited a GPC project as very exciting. Full text is as follows:- Medical staff are on course to spot the changing health needs of Swansea, Neath Port Talbot and Bridgend residents much earlier in future, after data specialists from across the UK and Europe were invited…