OCC worked together with several partners on the European funded research project REACT. REACT's aim was to identify new technological concepts to assist emergency service operators based in the command and control room. OCC used data mining analysis to investigate data and investigated AI-based solutions.
OCC has had a long involvement with assistive technology for Parkinson's disease. We were recruited for a 3 year EU project led by the University of Bologna and is an FP7 ICT Collaborative Project. CuPiD aims to provide technology-based personalized rehabilitation exercises for people with Parkinson’s disease (PD) at home.
A result of the EU-funded PARREHA project was ParkWalker. OCC worked together with partners in the EU to create virtual reality glasses which allow certain people with Parkinson's disease who suffer from walking difficulties to regain the ability to walk. This research has been a tremendous sucess and the technology is now available to the public via Parkaid.
OCC has had a long involvement with assistive technology for Parkinson's disease. We were recruited for a 3 year project led by Siemens who are building a wearable home-monitoring system for people with neurodegenerative diseases. Our software engineers are developing, testing and integrating software to model a patient's tremor.
OCC worked together with several european partners to create the SEAHORSE project. OCC provided the technological expertise allowing individuals and organisations to share information about AIDS / HIV globally. Users can annotate others' documents or reviews thus building up an ever-increasing bank of information and responses. Immediate contact is available through discussion groups. SEAHORSE simplifies global access to sharing the wealth of information via the World Wide Web (WWW).