CASE STUDIES

What 3Si2 has accomplished

Data Analytics & Predictive Analysis

Data Analytics & Predictive Analysis

A system developed for the Los Angeles Clippers basketball organization utilizes analytical tools which comb through extremely large databases of NCAA player performance statistics in an effort to predictively determine standout players with growth potential at the next level of play.

Inventory & Material Management

Inventory & Material Management

This Inventory, Work Flow, and Order Management software supports multiple independent regional offices & warehouses. The system tracks inventory in the warehouse, to and from the construction site, material that is drop-shipped to constructions sites (does not pass thorough the warehouse), and calculates total materials costs by project. System also tracks transportation, overtime premiums, and equipment rental costs.

The system is built on Microsoft technology and uses AJAX ('Asynchronous JavaScript and Xml' approach) to make the user interface more responsive and comfortable.

Medical Inventory and Order  Management System

Medical Inventory and Order Management System

This system provides integrated inventory and order management functionality to all clients. It also provides a 3-tiered hierarchical organization of clients with multiple regions and offices - each office having its own separate inventory and order management account. Next, it provides corporate oversight and control of regional offices with variable order review and approval levels. Lastly, predictive algorithms can automate the ordering of high-volume consumables if desired. This not only reduces manpower, but also reduces shipping costs while preventing shortages. An optional EDI feature provides integration with existing client MRP systems.

Digital Signage Narrowcasting

Digital Signage Narrowcasting

A custom narrowcasting system can turn any TV into a digital signage display. 3Si2 has developed technology that displays media on selected screens using different media players serving content from different media servers. This technology allows easy scheduling of media to different displays at different times. An unlimited amount of users logged in from any web browser can control the system.

Track media rights usage, in-depth analytics, store media in folders with robust tagging and search, self or cloud hosted, supports all video formats, manage separate video/image and audio playlists.

Advanced Video Composer

Advanced Video Composer

In the video composer, scenes can be created showing zoom and reverse angles among other video effects. Sound files can be mixed into the resulting file on demand. The composer allows all editing functions from a single screen interface. (Press on 'View Details' for more).

After editing, the resulting files are sent to a multi-server fully scalable production environment, where the ordered output files are processed and returned to the user. Since this network supplies video tours for over 50.000 real estate agents, the production servers had to be equipped with load balancing and process monitoring software, which was programmed by 3Si2 as a part of the project.

Electronic Queuing Interface

Electronic Queuing Interface

The electronic queuing interface creates a system that minimizes both perceived and actual customer wait time, thus improving the overall customer experience while best utilizing customer service or checkout resources. Instead of having customers guess which line will be the fastest, electronic queuing allows all customers to wait in one line as they are summoned to the next empty service counter.

Use of Raspberry Pi and Z-Wave makes this interface a cost effective solution for nearly any industry. These technologies also provide great flexibility, speed, and performance.

Electronic Queuing Interface

Electronic Queuing Interface

5 components make up the electronic queuing interface:

1) the main display and processing unit (powered by Raspberry Pi)
2) the memory unit (for deploying setup information)
3) the configuration software
4) wireless remote control units (powered with Z-Wave)
5) an outlet/port for connecting external devices such as a “next customer” sign/light.

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