Case Studies

CASE STUDIES

ESTS, G42 online platform

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Industry

imageArtificial Intelligence
imageAutomotive

Technologies

React, Material-UI, NodeJS

Our Client

Based in Abu Dhabi, Group 42 (G42) is a leading Artificial Intelligence & Cloud Computing company dedicated to the development and implementation of holistic and scalable technology solutions.

The mission

We developed an online platform through which our client would manage the tracking system for all vehicles which take part at different exhibitions, with less involvment on human side. The application organizes and automates an important section of the event, allowing real-time access to detailed information about the devices connected on each vehicle.

Project context & challenges

The devices used for vehicle have their own application for mentioning events, so our team started developing a new web application.
The work started with 1 back-end developer, 2 full-stack developers, 2 front-end developer, 1 manual tester and a bunch of new modules to be developed.

The challenge was to make sure we created a stable base application, through which you could receive and manage data efficiently and quickly. The UX needed to be simple and easy to use, while making sure to parse the buffer accurately by taking into account all conditions and determining the correct coordinates received from the device.
CASE STUDIES

Drum Bun mobile application

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Industry

imagemobile
imageOCR
imageautomotive
imageinsurance

Services

React-Native, Node JS, Heroku

The product

Our client envision a mobile app that offers its users the possibility to verify and purchase car related services, based on the countries rules and regulations.
Once the user created an account, he would be able to manage multiple vehicles, keep track of all individual services, with alerts management functionality and personal wallet included. Other important features were related to car documents OCR reader and easily purchasing services directly from the app.

Project context

The team allocated for the project had 1 back-end developer, 1 full stack developer, 2 front-end developers, 1 manual tester and a UX designer.

The modules developed were: onboarding screens, car modules, services modules, alert module, OCR service, profile module and payments methods module.
CASE STUDIES

eOkey.ro online platform

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Industry

imagedatabase
imageWeb

Services

Symfony, Angular

The mission

The platform aims to manage and streamline the four types of resources (money, employees, customers, time), helping business owners and, implicitly, their employees, organize their activity more efficiently. The application organizes and automates an important part of the business, allowing real-time access to vital information about business activities.

The outcome

OKEY is an online platform that aims to support entrepreneurs by giving them a significant plus of efficiency in managing their business projects. OKEY addresses new, small and medium-sized companies in Romania. The platform is structured into modules, each module being a business management tool. Available modules are: invoicing, customer and sales management, calendar / agenda / task management, document manager, mailing list
CASE STUDIES

VAM, Group42

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Industry

imageSmart Buildings
imageFleet Mangement
imageFace Recongition

Technologies

React, Material-UI, NodeJS

Our Client

Based in Abu Dhabi, Group 42 (G42) is a leading Artificial Intelligence & Cloud Computing company dedicated to the development and implementation of holistic and scalable technology solutions.

The mission

The Vehicle Access Management framework is responsible for information replication and connection through interfacing with numerous subsystems, taking into consideration speedy access control while applying a particular arrangement of business rules.
VAM execution and configuration centers around offering a custom arrangement, completely incorporated, that computerizes information synchronization, various approvals needed at a few sorts of vehicle access areas, while being adaptable to acknowledge manual supersedes or supporting fallback components for input approvals.
The significant goal of the framework is to coordinate with the particular SOPs executed at Expo 2020.

Project context & challenges

The Vehicle Access Management framework is responsible for information replication and connection through interfacing with numerous subsystems, taking into consideration speedy access control while applying a particular arrangement of business rules.
We started the work with 1 back-end developer, 1 full-stack developer, 2 front-end developers, 1 manual tester and a bunch of new modules to be developed.
The challenge:
CRM data replication
Display real-time gate events
Collect gate event images (car windshield, driver image, under vehicle scanning, etc)
3D systems integration (CRM, FR, LPR, DID, UVSS, BDA)
FR people searching
BDA data synchronization
Vehicle plate number validation from mobile application scanning
Driver/ passengers validation from mobile application scanning
Arm barrier remote control
Gate events schedulers



CASE STUDIES

PayPact

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Industry

imagePWA
imageOCR
imageInsurace

Services

React, Node JS, Heroku

The product

The main purpose of the app is to offer mediation for people who have an RCA or CASCO policy and insurance companies in case the beneficiary is involved in road accidents.
It mediates the entire process with the insurer, from the damage assessment part to the compensatory part in which the persons involved are compensated.
The application gives you the opportunity to:
• Notify the accident
• Asset the damages
• Recover the money within 48 hours
Following the completion of the accident report to the competent authority or the amicable finding form, PayPact can continue the necessary steps to receive your compensation as soon as possible.
This gives you the option to upload directly from the phone the pictures needed to present the accident, but also the option to choose the damaged insurer and the culprit.
The application can be used regardless of the area where the accident took place and you can see in real time the situation of your file.

Project context

The application helps you to notify damage or to evaluate damage following an accident.
We started the work with 1 back-end developer, 1 full-stack developer, 2 front-end developers, 1 manual tester and a bunch of new modules to be developed.
CASE STUDIES

Lidl

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Industry

imageRetail
imageEducation & Training

Technologies

React, nestJS, Heroku

Our Client

Lidl is a German international retailer chain with more than 12.000 stores opened across Europe and United States of America. Lidl is part of the Schwarz Group, the fifth largest retailer in the world with sales of 104.3 billion euros. In Romania are opened more than 300 stores with more than 9000 employees.
It's considered one of the largest importers in our country with a fiscal value around 2.5 billion dollars in 2019.
In 2020, Lidl has invested more than 7 million dollars in Romanian local communities by investing in the strategic partnerships that pursues the company's three social investment directions: education, environment and the development of emergency services.

Project context & challenges

The web application involves teaching children driving legislation by using gamification as a learning tool. This project was developed in partnership with the Romanian Police.

Gamification based on quizzes and points
The displaying of points based on the gamification logic
Video rendering based on level
The welcoming logic of the first quiz when you join the application for the first time
Gamification process when you have more then one child

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