admin in Trade Shows on July 15, 2015
The Microsoft Partner Showcase – 29 May 2015, One Marina Boulevard, L21 Auditorium
G Element’s booth at the Microsoft Partner Showcase
G Element had a successful exhibition showcasing NUCLEUS as a 3D unified management system for patient tracking at the Microsoft Partner Showcase. We thank all those who took their precious time to join us at the event held at One Marina Boulevard, 29 May 2015.
G Element’s Business Development Manager giving a talk on how NUCLEUS aids in Patient Tracking
NUCLEUS being a 3D unified management system, interposes real-time data avalanche of sensor networks with 3D building information to provide comprehensive situation awareness to premise managers. In the context of hospitals, there are many challenges in handling patients and logistics. By integrating suitable sensors for patient tracking, NUCLEUS helps to capture, process and analyze important data that can help in improving both frontend and backend operations.
NUCLEUS Smart Healthcare Solution
Problems such as long waiting time for consultation is a frequent gripe among patients. Sometimes treatment may involve visits to multiple stations which are located at different parts of the hospital. By integrating wrist-based wearables for patients into our NUCLEUS IoT platform, data of patients whereabouts can be collected, allowing hospital staff to:
– quickly locate a patient in the event he/she has lost their way
– provide wayfinding to guide patients in their treatment
– perform contact tracing in the event of a contagious outbreak
– analyze and compute waiting time, roundtrip consultation time, bottlenecks, etc.
admin in Trade Shows on July 15, 2015
Singapore-China Technology & Enterprise Roadshow – 26-27 May 2015, NUSRI @ Dashu Lake, Suzhou Industrial Park, Jiangsu, China
G Element’s technical director, Mr. Gao Mingcen giving a speech at the Singapore-China Technology & Enterprise Roadshow
G Element had a successful exhibition showcasing NUCLEUS at Singapore-China Technology & Enterprise Roadshow. We thank all those who took their precious time to join us at the Singapore-China Technology & Enterprise Roadshow held at NUSRI @ Dashu Lake, Suzhou Industrial Park, Jiangsu, China, over 26 and 27th May 2015.
NUCLEUS booth at roadshow
In collaboration with Digital China, G Element has exhibited how digital positioning technology can be applied in business and industries to improve work accuracy, efficiency, safety and enhance the competitiveness of enterprises.
NUCLEUS with RFID tracking
Using RFID technology, personnel, assets and workflows can be tracked at workplaces. Paired with 3D visualization from NUCLEUS, locations of personnel wearing RFID watches can be tracked to ensure their safety. Locations of valuable assets can also be easily tracked and any illegal movement of asset from compound will be immediately logged down and reported by NUCLEUS.
admin in Trade Shows on July 14, 2015
IDA Tech Alley 2015 – 22 April 2015, Hotel Fort Canning, Lavender Ballroom
G Element’s booth at the IDA Tech Alley 2015
G Element had a successful exhibition showcasing NUCLEUS at IDA Tech Alley 2015. We thank all those who took their precious time to join us at the IDA Tech Alley 2015 held at Hotel Fort Canning, 22 April 2015.
At the exhibition, G Element has exhibited how NUCLEUS aids Singapore in growing as a Smart City, while making premises smarter.
NUCLEUS showcased in Singapore Smart City Solution
In our Singapore Smart City showcase, NUCLEUS aggregates data from real-time sensors such as CCTV, access control, flood sensors, environmental sensors and asset tracking sensors ( RFID, wifi-positioning) and analytics, for Smart Unified Situation Awareness. With this Smart Unified Situation Awareness, governing agencies can acquire whole-of-government visualizations and insights into smart city management in areas of public safety, flood management, waste management, traffic management and others.
NUCLEUS showcased in Smart Premise Solution
In our Smart Premise showcase, NUCLEUS incorporates data to showcase how building managers can improve workforce productivity and efficiency based on unified situation awareness, via faster incident response and more effective decision-making. For example, guided by alerts from cleanliness detecting hygiene-related sensors, cleaning works can now be deployed only on-demand, allowing management to dynamically prioritize and reschedule the cleaning process of a building, thus reducing the need for manpower especially in a scarce-workforce environment and achieving savings in water and energy usage.