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 worked with AbD serotec to produce new software that allows AbD Serotec's technical staff to track the various components of their products and provides an automatic certificate holding all the relevant data.
We worked with Infoshare to develop the London Borough of Hackney's award-winning Citizen Index System. We enhanced the "best view" of its citizen's data to improve the customer experience by matching up a citizen's information across different systems.
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.