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SOLVING TODAY’S BUSINESS PROBLEMS WITH TOMORROW’S TECHNOLOGY

Unique among consulting organizations, Critigen Labs is an elite research and development unit dedicated to making Spatial technology come to life. Critigen Labs focuses on identifying the unsolved business problems our clients face and applying the latest technologies and approaches to solve them. Solutions developed by Critigen Labs have hallmark traits of providing universal access to enterprise data from desktop, tablet, and handheld devices.

The popular Medicare Mapper, Health Indicators and Find-A-Control mobile applications are freely available Critigen Labs apps, donated to the geospatial & health communities.

Critigen’s investment in R&D means our clients benefit from leading-edge technology and industry thought-leadership. Take a look at our solutions below, some of which are in our AppStore.

Solution Overview

  • Medicare Mapper HANA Edition
    Medicare Mapper HANA Edition
    Medicare Mapper HANA Edition is an iPad app that shows where Medicare money was spent in 2011 for in-patient services. It shows the data from both sides of the relationship, namely where services were received, and where they were provided. Medicare Mapper spatially enables publically available data from the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services, and arranges the data so that you can discover patterns and start to ask 'Why?' This app utilizes SAP HANA which stores the Medicare data. Available in our AppStore.
  • Medicare Mapper
    Medicare Mapper
    Medicare Mapper is an iPad app that shows where Medicare money was spent in 2011 for in-patient services. It shows the data from both sides of the relationship, namely where services were received, and where they were provided. Medicare Mapper spatially enables publically available data from the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services, and arranges the data so that you can discover patterns and start to ask 'Why?'. Available on the Apple AppStore or Google Play.
  • Food Truck
    Food Truck
    Food Trucks. Where were they? giTract is an iPad application that allows you to see where food trucks in the DC area have been over the past year on any given day, and what people are saying about them. The story was prepared for GeoINT 2012, and really isn't about tracking the whereabouts of food trucks. You can use your imagination. Profiles about food trucks have been created by scouring Yelp reviews and other social media streams. SAP's NS2 group turned what people have been saying into an evaluation of each vehicle. Look for bad trucks around important locations. Look for anamolies in where trucks setup. Get warnings when a truck is sighted near an embassy (Ambassadors are hungry people!). Available on the AppStore.
  • Find-A-Control
    Find-A-Control
    FindAControl is a mobile application that provides map-based access to National Geodetic Survey (NGS) survey control data, eliminating return trips to the office when control cannot be found. Users can easily find authoritative survey control stations on a map, see the quality and type of stations available near them and view the NGS datasheets that summarize key geodetic information they need. Available on the Apple AppStore or Google Play.
  • Health Indicators
    Health Indicators
    Health Indicators is an easy-to-use dashboard app that transforms complex health data into geographically relevant, timely, and navigable information. Health care executives and professionals can view various health-related Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) on a single screen in an intuitive map-based interface. The app facilitates rapid analysis by presenting graphical views of data that can be drilled into by geography or sub-measure for detailed quantitative data. Executives can also use the app to visually identify data reporting issues, find gaps in geographical coverage, assess data quality and gauge the overall usefulness of the information for improving the health of their communities. Available on the Apple AppStore or Google Play.
  • Agentry Simulator
    Agentry Simulator
    This is a standalone version of the SAP Work Manager Agentry client that contains the Geospatial capabilities that Critigen co-developed with SAP. There are 4 use cases: Oil & Gas, Electric Utility Damage Assessment, Light Rail and Gas Utility leak. Please indicate which ones interest you in the “What brought you to the Critigen Innovation Page Today” field below.
  • Odor Alert
    Odor Alert
    OdorAlert is a simple web browser app that provides map-based access to odor related complaints. It enables the citizens of New York City to quickly search for and view existing complaints, including the ability to comment on and prioritize incidents, as well as submit new complaints all from the device of their choice - desktop, tablet, or handheld. The intuitive interface allows users to easily assess the status of existing complaints, view other users' comments, and attach pictures, videos, and other related documents to new complaints.
  • Odor Dashboard
    Odor Dashboard
    Odor Dashboard is a simple web browser dashboard app that provides map-based access to odor related complaints in New York City. City managers and other executives can easily assess the status of requests and see related information all from the device of their choice - desktop, tablet, or handheld. The intuitive interface summarizes key information and facilitates decision making.
  • Integrated Solutions Dashboard
    Integrated Solutions Dashboard
    ISDA (Integrated Solutions Dashboard for Airports) is both a mobile and web application that demonstrates various 'Mobile to Cloud' concepts and solutions in the Airports domain. IDSA transforms complex enterprise data into geographically relevant, timely, navigable, and device-appropriate (i.e. mobile, web browser) information available to end users. 'Get the information you need, when and where you need it!'

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