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Institute of Meteorology and Water Management

We have implemented for the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management (IMGW) projects related to the assimilation of data into hydrodynamic models, and processing information about the freezing of the Baltic Sea in the frame of project PL0103.

Motech

The MOTECH Platform is an open-source software package that connects popular mHealth technologies in order to unlock new outcomes toward strengthening health systems. MOTECH was deployed across the globe in numerous health domains, improving maternal and child health, treatment adherence, frontline worker education, and information collection.

SolDevelo as a Silver Sponsor at infoShare 2016

We couldn’t miss such an important event as infoShare! Once again, we had the pleasure to participate in this conference as a Silver Sponsor.

TaroWorks

Offline mobile data collection and field operations management solutions.

Nest Bank

IT specialists outsourcing in body leasing model (software developers in C#, .NET, ASP.NET technologies).

Manufacturing execution system

To achieve the sustainable, competitive advantage, companies must deploy measures and solutions that respond to market changes both quickly and correctly and help adopt production processes – in the real-time.

Mifos

Cost-effective software system to operate microfinance institutions.

Internet of Things TechExpo & Technology Travel Europe 2016

n March 2016, SolDevelo visited two events that took place in Olympia Conference Centre in London: Internet of Things TechExpo and Travel Technology Europe.

Medic Mobile

SMSSync is a simple, yet powerful SMS to HTTP sync utility that turns any Android phone into a local SMS gateway by sending incoming messages(SMS) to a configured URL (web service). SMSSync is licensed under LGPL (GNU Lesser General Public License, v.3)

Panorama 360 Images

A Node.js web application for binding virtual tours with documentation.

Open Logistics Management Information System

The mission of OpenLMIS is to collaboratively develop shared, open-source software in order to improve health commodity distribution in low and middle-income countries.