Some of the Customized Data-Driven Applications We Have Developed for Our Clients
Taking Stock Online
Developed for the Commission for Environmental Cooperation
Taking Stock Online allows users to explore information on pollution from industrial facilities across North America. This application combines data from facilities across the United States, Mexico and Canada to provide an interactive customized query tool that generates summary charts and downloadable reports.
Developed for Rush University Medical Center
GUARDIAN (Geographic Utilization of Artificial Intelligence in Real-Time for Disease Identification and Alert Notification) is a real-time, automated, infectious agent detection and diagnosis system. GUARDIAN conducts real-time analysis of multiple pre-diagnostic parameters from records already being collected within an emergency department, such as nursing triage chief complaints, physician exam notes, radiology dictated reports and laboratory test results. GUARDIAN sends alerts to physicians' pagers notifying them of possible or confirmed cases of preprogrammed illnesses such as anthrax, smallpox, plague or even influenza the minute they are identified.
Developed for the Department of the Army Sustainable Range Program
Range Complex Master Planning Tool (RCMPT) provides a single point of access for army installations to build their various plans (training, construction, maintenance, etc), for the designated command structure to review and validate those plans, and then for installations and commands to monitor the status of those plans. This single point of access ensures that all plans are uniformly organized and formatted across the Army, thereby improving the consistency, communications, and effectiveness of planning activities.
Developed for the Chicago Healthcare System Coalition for Preparedness and Response
The Comprehensive Hazard Vulnerability Analysis Tool helps assess each healthcare facility’s vulnerability to various hazards. The CHVA tool walks the user through a series of questions that help the user to detail the likelihood that a given natural, technological, or anthropogenic event may occur at their facility and what their facility’s specific risks and levels of preparedness are for those events. The results of these surveys not only help individual facilities to better prepare but also guides regional planning commissions in supporting these planning efforts.
Developed for the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning
Regional Transportation Data Archive Platform (RTDAP) collects, processes and compiles terabytes of data on the Chicago region's transportation system. This vast data warehouse provides the high-quality information and analysis necessary to support both short-term and long-term regional transportation infrastructure planning.