In the car manufacturing industry, having top-quality automotive seats is really important. However, defect detection in the seats can be a challenge.
That’s where Seat Checker comes in. It’s a special software that uses machine learning to spot defects quickly and accurately.
This case study showcases how Seat Checker helped one of the largest automotive seat producers worldwide to improve its quality control.
Agmis cooperation with TSMA spans nearly a decade. For TSMA Agmis developed an e-learning suite to support daily operations of the medical training center (student enrollment to the training online, performing identity verification on attendance, maintaining attendance schedule, sending notifications, training space allocation, taking exams, etc.)
The Revieve Digital Health-Beauty-Wellness Platform features easy-to-use self-diagnostic modules that personalize search and shopping experiences and offers consumers targeted products, services, and treatments.
The platform helps to plan ground operations, efficiently manage ground handling equipment, offers tools for real-time quality control, and provides extensive business analytics. In addition, it uses state-of-the-art Artificial Intelligence algorithms for personnel rostering. A full Agmis project team is working on platform development, refactoring, and maintenance, as well as the development of new platform features, covering works in the front-end and the back-end. The project encompasses multiple technologies, including PHP, Kotlin, React, and JAVA.
The client operates a global sports web portal, which receives more than 10M visitors per month and millions of registered users worldwide. For registered users, the portal provides additional content, news subscriptions, access to an online store, and multiple other features. Our developer team is jointly working on the user module of the platform.
A few years ago Agmis developed a mobile application for ambulance paramedics. The application substituted paper forms, which the first responders needed to fill in when helping the patient. The mobile app covers all information relating to patients’ conditions. Using a mobile tablet, the information could be instantly shared with the medical institution while the patient is on his way to the hospital. The platform also reduced time-per-patient spent on documentation and simplified healthcare record handling procedures – enabling paramedics to save more lives instead of filling forms.
The company develops a unique cloud-based SaaS platform, which encompasses video surveillance, access control, and business intelligence features.
In addition, to live video surveillance, incidents dashboards, or incident analysis, the platform also offers unique intelligence features for commercial spaces – such as people counting, footfall heatmaps, or queue management.
For the client, Agmis project team (JAVA, Android), together with NFQ Germany, provides mobile self-service app development services.
The app allows users to manage their services, order data packages, and other value-added-services, and receive promotional offers.
The preventative security industry is undergoing a full digital transformation. Think smartphone to unlock your door instead of a physical key. Or an app for conditional access at multistorey company offices. More and more users want to use intuitive mobile solutions for effortless access and security.
Our team is supporting the development of a logistics management platform for road cargo. The platform facilitates order management and communication between freight carriers and warehousing service providers.
For Swace we were tasked with improving the backend features of the application. We have developed the admin functionality, where brand owners may design user engagement campaigns – indicate the type of the campaign, campaign duration, and what user interactions are rewarded.
Our client provides global logistics solutions for leading manufacturers and traders in the Nordic region. The company provides cargo transportation by air, sea, road, and rail, helping its customers to reach the most remote corners of the world. The company also provides oversized cargo delivery services. To deliver upon the vision of smooth service delivery, Agmis was tasked to create a customer self-service portal for customer logistics projects.
During the implementation of the project, in cooperation with the high-tech company UAB “Agmis”, an AI-based photogrammetric technology for the 3D scene reconstruction will be developed. A project will be launched to carry out research and experimental development activities to develop artificial intelligence-based 3D scene photogrammetric technology that delivers high quality and performance on large sets of photographs.
The platform reduces manual workload for healthcare specialists. It is an essential tool for patient flow management and an asset in effective national vaccination effort.
Every second counts in a medical emergency.
Our solution help to simplify data entry, reduce error rate, reduce time per patient and enabled paramedics to attend to more patients in need.
Patients make better progress healing when they are well-informed about their treatment. The solution simplifies access to information for both the patients and the medical staff.
The platform was built according to specific training needs of the customer, including innovative ‘hybrid labs’ features, enabling adoption of innovative training models.
The collaboration space TeamGate enables every employee to monitor the news feed – starting with the news of the company and finishing with comments on a particular project.
Much of real estate agents time is spent while on the go. Mobile phone is the main computing and work-tool in this business field. Agmis solution helps to simplify their out-of-office work.
The solution encompasses all required applications into one package – including routing, telemetrics, ability to instantly share pictures of freight and freight documents and stay in touch with fleet manager via the chat feature.
The company is now able not only to keep track of tyre inventory and location, but also gather data on their overall wear, predict when new sets of tyres are required in a particular location
The solution simplified data collection and result analysis. It also reduced the workload of survey conductors – conducting Pen-and-Paper surveys in the field is the thing of the past!