GPC are using artificial intelligence to automatically find and report potholes using vehicle mounted 3D cameras. Durham and Blaenau Gwent Council, supported by the GovTech Catalyst, have awarded GPC a contract to develop their innovative 3D technology for use in detecting road defects.
When the University of Augsburg wanted to investigate the advantages of accurate measurement using 3D technology they turned to GPC and their 3D Measurement software for Wound Measure.
GPC are proud to announce that due to the COVID-19 pandemic we are going to be providing 6 month free licensing to our NHS Clients and Colleagues. GPC are investing their software to support the NHS during their staff shortages and enhanced pressure due to COVID-19.
3D Measurements on Mobile
GPC’s development team are constantly looking at new ways our 3D measurement applications can be brough to market. We have recently achieved practical success using mobile phones to utilise 3D applications without the use of an external camera. We are currently still in trial phase but will be updating this page shortly with further information.
GPC are excited to be working with veterinary surgeons at Virginia Tech where our measurement application is being used to measure and monitor the progress of wound healing in horses.
Swansea-based company GPC has developed a system that uses 3D technology to accurately measure the size and depth of a pothole, or other road damage, from a single picture taken on a mobile device such as a tablet or phone.
This is an exciting time for us at GPC as we pursue new innovative ways to use the Intel® RealSense™ technology and provide outstanding and accurate software to our clients.
Check out how 3D innovation from GPC is helping our partners Kauko deliver wound care applications across Europe through their exciting Digital Health Hub.