The BBC’s business correspondent Brian Meechan talked to our CTO Huw Morgan about how 3D WoundCare is making an impact on the care of patients with pressure sores. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-40522227
We are delighted to have been nominated for the estnet “Innovative Product of the Year” This award recognises how business performance has been transformed thanks to the development of a new product. GPC WoundCare uses low cost 3D cameras to better measure and manage wounds including pressure ulcers and burns. It has been shown to…
GPC are proud to support Dorothy House Hospice with our 3D WoundCare application.
This week our medical director, Ian Wiles, has been meeting and greeting colleagues from the world of wound care in Amsterdam. The interest in our 3D Wound solution has been amazing with a huge number of new opportunities arising from this great conference.
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…
Come and see us demonstrating 3D Wound care and Object Analytics at EHI Live today and tomorrow at the NEC. Free entry!
GPC and Intel have produced a video that describes how GPC has developed an application to allow more consistent and repeatable measurements of pressure ulcers and other wounds. Huw Morgan, GPC’s technical director said “The video really conveys how the ability to measure in three dimensions using consumer devices can improve the care patients receive”….