AWARD WINNING 3D DIMENSIONING AND Ai SOLUTIONS
Digiflec are Distributors for GPC systems, a software developer with an emphasis on emerging technologies including 3D, AI and AR across health, government, logistics and B2B
As well as off the shelf applications, we provide API’s for third parties to integrate our technology.
With a team dedicated to solving new customer problems through agile research & development, we welcome new challenges where complex data and 3D solutions are required.
Speed up your inspections with higher accuracy.
Highway Measure allows users to obtain full 3D imaging and volumes of road defects as they drive over them in real time, completely autonomously. – Pinning the locations on Google Maps or your chosen application.
Traditional methods of measuring potholes are slow and restrictive. Our solution calculates volumetric measurements quickly and accurately, ensuring resource costs can be kept to a minimum.
Optimise freight payload when dealing with irregular sized goods.
Definitely not just a box measuring app. Customers tell us that measuring accurate dimensions of freight, particularly irregular shapes, sizes, materials and pallets is a challenge. They told us that significant efficiencies can be found through recording the dimensions of freight. Utilising hand held or mounted low cost 3D camera technology, this point-and-click application can accurately calculate length, width and height dimensions using a single photo. Automatic object detection streamlines workflow and improves overall efficiency.
A pain-free and highly accurate solution for your patients.
Standard wound measurement practices are highly subjective and inaccurate. Our application standardises wound measurements and consistently provides accurate results. Wound Measure allows healthcare workers to quickly and accurately measure the dimensions of wounds, such as pressure ulcers, burns, leg ulcers and foot ulcers. The application utilises low cost 3D camera technology to provide length, width, depth and area measurements, all with a single picture.
A recent study revealed that the Wound Measure application was, on average, 74% faster at measuring wounds dimensions. The study also showed a lower variation in wound measurements when using our application versus standard practice.