The company b.open started its course in the high Tech industry at the beginning of 2004. In 2004 the jPlaton Platform was already developed, tested and the same year applied in the Vehicle Technical Control industry with the jKteoVTC. The product has been adopted by 60% of the VTC Market making b.open a leader in the industry of Technical Controls.
jPlaton platform is a modern design environment for the development of Open Distributed Management Applications (Design, Development and Runtime Environment for Open Distributed Enterprise Applications).
It is the first worldwide known implementation of an integrated programming model of 'multi-level programming' (Multi-Layer Programming – MLP), which was first presented in the 2004 Infosystem exhibition and since then grows along with the theoretical background. Multi-Layer planning is an idea that has been already applied in image processing (Multilayer Image Processing). It allows an application to be developed on multiple layers which affect each other in a hierarchical model based on conditions.
From 2007 b.open started exploring the possibilities of Cloud Computing with jPlaton's architecture allowing the company to implement any type of Cloud Solution (Public, Private, Hybrid e.t.c) in any kind of Application. Development was focused on Comidor, an online application platform and collaboration application for small and medium enterprises. Comidor is an application that besides its own implemented tools and email client, can connect to any kind of database allowing every kind of integration.
b.open has been certified with ISO 9001:2015 and 27001:2013
The 9001:2015 refers to the Design, Development, Analysis, and Support of business software and applications.
The 27001:2013 refers to the Design, Development, Implementation, Sales and Technical Support of business software applications.
The MediLudus project proposes the development of an integrated system for health care at home and the provision of suggestions for the improvement of living conditions for elderly people living alone or without constant monitoring and support at home. This system has two pillars: one relates to the use of sensors around the houseand on the patient (wearables and individual wearable sensors) that constantly provide information about the activities and the patient’s clinical data, but also for the conditions at home (temperature, air quality, lighting), while the other of a local decision-making system for the empowerment and mobilisation of the patient.
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