Presentation on theme: "Systematic Software Engineering A/S International supplier of IT-systems, products, and consultancy services."— Presentation transcript:
Systematic Software Engineering A/S International supplier of IT-systems, products, and consultancy services
$ Revision: 1.1 $ Systematic Software Engineering • Established in 1985 • 450+ employees; 71% hold a MSc or PhD in software engineering • Microsoft Gold Partner • Dun & Bradstreet credit rating: AAA • High solidity • No bank debt – fully self-financing • 97% of our customers would recommend Systematic to other customers • Supplier of products and projects to 32 countries • Accreditations: • SEI CMMI niveau 5, ISO 9001:2000, AQAP 2210 and 2110, PRINCE2 • Read more at: www.systematic.co.uk Simplifying critical decision making Washington - subsidiary • Products and services Tampere - subsidiary • Products and services Århus – Headquarters •Software and Systems development •CMMI Level 5 London - subsidiary • Products and services
$ Revision: 1.1 $ Vision: A leading international company in delivering reliable and simple solutions to people who make critical decisions every day Mission: Defence Management Consultancy Services Integration Services Intelligence and National Security Healthcare Simplifying Critical Decision Making Systematic Software Engineering
$ Revision: 1.1 $ Mission Critical! – What is that? •What does Mission Critical mean??? …that you only get one chance!
$ Revision: 1.1 $ Headcount in the group at the last accounting year Average number of employees Employee Key Figures Masters and PhD Other software education Domain Specialists Diploma engineers/ Bachelors Average age: 36 years
$ Revision: 1.1 $ Core values •Making a Difference •People Centric •Freedom with Responsibility •Pervasive Quality •Cost Conscious •Contributing to Society Fundamentals that matter to all of us at Systematic
$ Revision: 1.1 $ Employees are talents – not resources!! Management values •We wish to be amongst the very best within our area of business •We act here and now, but strive to think long-term •Key words are competence development, experience, co-operation and unity •Invested 8.3 per cent of our payroll in the latest accounting year •Leadership principle: “Freedom with responsibility” ”Better train people and risk they leave... than not, and risk they stay!!!”
$ Revision: 1.1 $ SSE productionOutside SSE scopeInnovation Focus Areas Technology-driven innovation Research Development Diffusion basic appli ed analy sis synt hesis pilotsfull case studies investigations experiments prototypes The overall purpose of Systematic’s innovation is to search, analyse and demonstrate new business opportunities enabled by new technologies or new markets.
$ Revision: 1.1 $ On the market since 1985 Defence Core competencies: •Management Information Systems •Interoperability – make systems ’talk’ with each other •Integration – make different programmes work together Strength: •Large domain and personal knowledge Procedure: •International calls for tenders •Sub-contractor to multi-national IT companies •Closed procedures due to ’National Safety’
$ Revision: 1.1 $ Ad Hoc Militære Netværk Udfordring: Zero deployment effort Zero planning Zero permanent infrastructure ”hver knude er et netværk med begrænset rækkevidde” On-the-fly etablering af netværk Automatisk detektion af naboknuder Automatisk detektion af rute for kommunikation. Relaying mellem mobile knuder. Redundans. Alternativ rute etableres hvis en knude falder ud. Mobil knude kan fungere som netværksadgang for personel
$ Revision: 1.1 $ Correlation and fusion of near real-time data In a distributed military network which has the purpose of reporting enemy objects, several reports will at any given time exist on the same object which is not uniquely
$ Revision: 1.1 $ Indoor positioning 1.Evaluation of options for how position-based applications can provide error limits for dynamic tracking systems 2.Evaluation of positioning systems with a focus on the multi-target accuracy 3.Evaluation of options for reference systems for static and dynamic evaluation of positioning systems 4.Automatic calibration of device models for dynamic tracking systems. 5.Visualization of positioning errors and related information on maps and symbolic drawings. 6.Step detection from inertial measurements. 1.Evaluation of options for how position-based applications can provide error limits for dynamic tracking systems 2.Evaluation of positioning systems with a focus on the multi-target accuracy 3.Evaluation of options for reference systems for static and dynamic evaluation of positioning systems 4.Automatic calibration of device models for dynamic tracking systems. 5.Visualization of positioning errors and related information on maps and symbolic drawings. 6.Step detection from inertial measurements.
$ Revision: 1.1 $ Healthcare On the market since 1999 Core competencies •Patient Administration Module •Medication Module •Order & Result Module •X-ray images module •Booking Module •Integration Platform Procedure: •Danish and International tenders Klinisk Proces Medicin Prøvesvar PAS Billeder Booking Integrationsplatform
$ Revision: 1.1 $ Innovation strategy for EPR EPJ på hospitalerne
$ Revision: 1.1 $ Systemarkitektur for Telehealth
$ Revision: 1.1 $ medico-technical equipment •Large amount of medico- technical equipment in the hospitals •No connection to EPR Potential Automatically registering of relevant data in EPR, e.g. abnormal incidents aggregated status Replacement of current paper strips Problems Very large variety of connections What is regarded “normal” for each individual patient? Mistakes in the connection to EPR can cause erroneous decision - safety critical