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Project diary PSA has successfully completed and delivered a large number of various projects. PSA selects development approaches which meet specific business objectives of our customers and help them to organize their business and technology strategies cost-effectively and in accordance with high quality standards. PSA's team of high skilled professionals has a wide experience of software development using cutting edge technologies and tools. Some projects accomplished by PSA are described and classified below.
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Project Image The main objective of the project was the internationalization of two products: Maintenance Management System and the Car Repair Billing product for one of the leading market players in the rail industry. Both products were initially support only in the English language and needed to be translated into other languages due to expansion into new markets. The PSA performed the localization of both products to support multiple languages, our development team paid special attention to numerous linguistic specifics and established the appropriate logic. Among those peculiarities were:
Data Management | Desktop | ASP.NET | C# | CSS | HTML/DHTML | JavaScript | .NET (WinWorms, ADO.NET, ASP.NET, etc.)
Project Image The project is to develop a mobile application on Android 4.3+ platforms to display the data received from a personal handheld dosimeter via Bluetooth 4.0 (BLE). The application allows controlling level of radiation and accumulated dose, and saving the data and route map of the device movements within preset periods of time with possibility to send the data to a remote server. In case if the preset limit of radiation is exceeded, the application initiates a sound alert.
Project Image The primary objective of Dosimeter Calibrator Development project was to develop software for a machine used to calibrate the personal electronic hand-held dosimeters. A calibration machine consists of a number of stations used to expose personal dosimeters to a predefined level of radiation in order to perform initial setup of the devices.
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The main objective of the project is to implement and test front end graphical user interface for the Graphical Control Module (GCM). GCM is a perimeter security system used to monitor a predefined area in order to prevent trespassing. The system helps to process the data from a number of security sensors, providing a convenient perimeter control tool.