Software development outsourcing is just a tool to achieve business goals. But there is no way to get worthwhile results without cooperation and trust between a client company.
UX UI Development
The technical requirements of the app fell within our expertise. Our team of developers took up the project with enthusiasm. Most of the requirements fit into the framework which we had developed from our long experience.
Mindster developed a compact platform to serve the multiple stakeholders in the taxi industry. The solution works on iOS, Android, and web platforms. It provides service throughout the state of Kerala, both rural and urban. Mindster addressed the challenges in the following way:
We handed over the MVP (Minimum Viable Product) within nine weeks. Mindster team’s domain expertise in the taxi platform helped to fit the requirements into our already available customizable framework, which expedited the app development process.
The client expected a system that could handle about 100,000 drivers within a short period of six months. It required intelligent management of loads. The intense load from the interplay of the driver, passenger, and other data, etc. was handled by using multiple servers.
To accrue to all stakeholders, our team proposed a distinctive app solution with three apps, one for the driver, one for passengers and one for consultants. It took care of the whole range of services that the customer expected through the app.
Payment modules, including net banking, Unified Payments Interface (UPI), credit cards, debit cards, etc. were made available. Wallet facility with pay-in and pay-out feature is also provided along with the cash option.
Our system handled the challenge of the simultaneous launch of the taxi services in multiple cities entirely in spite of the geographical and market challenges.
UbiStor’s website was primarily used by their partners and customers to get an overview of who they are. At the time, UbiStor did not have a proactive sales and marketing plan and had not taken the time to formally develop their brand, resulting in very little user engagement and website leads.
With the help of the Top Floor, UbiStor aimed to better articulate their services and value as well as highlighting their expertise, staff, and capabilities. They wanted their differentiators to be clear and apparent within a few seconds of looking at their homepage. UbiStor also needed the right content and digital channels to position themselves as industry leaders and educators to their partners as well as job applicants.
Based on the goals and opportunities uncovered with UbiStor during the discovery process, Top Floor recommended a mix of tactics aimed to develop and build their brand in the marketplace and support their sales efforts.
Top Floor worked closely with UbiStor to develop a strategic roadmap that dedicated efforts to setting UbiStor apart from their competitors, educating their partners through a variety of content and making the site personable with real imagery used throughout.
This is a Realtime Strategy game on plot of great Indian epic Ramayana.
The story is about how Rama and Lakshmana gathers a monkey army to defeat demon army and finally defeat demon king Raavana to save Rama’s beloved wife Sita.
The game contains 20 campaign based on the story of the epic. First 2 campaigns are mostly tutorial.
The game supports skirmish with 2 factions: Vaanara and Rakshasa; maximum of 8 teams.
Each factions have worker units who can gather resources: food/wood/stone/metal & build buildings. Buildings are of type Citadel, Barracks, Archery, Beastiary, Farm/Tree House, Lumbercamp, Mine, Outpost. Citadels and Farms can train workers. Barracks, Archery & Beastiary can train military units. Military units are of type: Light/Heavy Melee/Archer/Beast. Resources are needed to train/build units/buildings. Each unit have their own hitpoint capacity, attack, armor, healrate, accuracy, stealth.
The characters of story are hero units having special abilities. Heroes have level. On each campaign some of the heroes gains level, which help them gain more attack/armor/healrate & new special abilities are unlocked.
A map editor is also added to the game, with which new maps can be created and skirmishes can be played in it.
Skirmish/Campaign games can be saved in midway and can be loaded anytime.
UX UI Development
UX design of a simple mobile application on cooking, recipes and food shopping.
As the recipe app is aimed at daily basic operations and quite a diverse target audience, the user interface has to be super easy and accessible for users with different levels of tech-literacy and all types of mobile devices. The application layout is structured around intuitive navigation, high readability, light background, and eye-catching visuals. The light and airy background sets the effective space for a variety of photos and graphics that may come with the recipes. Clear and solid typography based on san-serif fonts makes the information scannable and legible on the screens of different sizes. Color contrast is used for amplifying quick navigation: bright color accents attract users’ attention to interactive zones and active states of the layout elements.
The creative team wanted to step aside from the traditional recipe app where users just save the directory of the favorite meals, taken from the app database, or add their own recipes. We had a goal to create a bit more universal food app for users who love cooking. It includes the recipe database which is constantly updated. Also, the application has a supplies manager. To make UX more extended, it allowed users to find the recipes by the supplies they currently had at home or create a shopping list to buy ingredients that were missing.
The app design included the comprehensive and diverse functionality which had to be presented to users in a simple and clear way. The designers had to analyze and prioritize all the points, as there was a high risk of overloading the screen. By research and testing, the user scenarios were created to determine which information about the meal in the recipe is found the most important.
Nowadays surgical trainees are faced with a more reduced surgical practice, due to legal limitations and work hourly constraints. Also, currently surgeons are expected to dominate more complex techniques such as laparoscopy. Simulation emerges as a complementary learning tool in laparoscopic surgery, by training in a safe, controlled and standardized environment, without jeopardizing patient’ safety. Simulation’ objective is that the skills acquired should be transferred to the operating room, allowing reduction of learning curves. The use of simulation has increased worldwide, becoming an important tool in different surgical residency programs and laparoscopic training courses. For several countries, the approval of these training courses are a prerequisite for the acquisition of surgeon title certifications. This article reviews the most important aspects of simulation in laparoscopic surgery, including the most used simulators and training programs, as well as the learning methodologies and the different key ways to assess learning in simulation.
Mile Industrial Training
Immersive learning allows employees to practise dealing with difficult customers and challenging situations in a safe environment, where they can build up their skills and confidence.
The aim of the virtual training was to uplift technical skills and develop a better understanding of their needs; coaching employees to consistently deliver excellent customer service.
Within the VR environment, trainees have the sensation of feeling and thinking like another person. This allows them to interact and have similar emotional responses to those their customers would experience in conversations.
By going through this process, the employee can better understand why the customer is upset, the causes of their frustration, how to de-escalate tense situations and build empathy rather than resentment.
AutoAR is an augmented reality app offering you a closer look at the car in a setting of your choice before you visit the showroom. This app harnesses an ordinary configuration to deliver an Immersive presentation. With augmented reality technology, you can also go into the car’s interior and take a detailed look at it. AutoAR also offers immersive visual presentation of different types of body parts including Wheels, Car Paint section and Drive thru features. Your job is to choose your preferred car, which you can park in front of a house, in a garage, in a kitchen or on your office desk. You can scale the car to fit, and explore it closely from all angles. This is one of a kind Car Visual Presentation in Augmented Reality and we call it as AutoAR.
MotorGuide AR shows the basic working of the motor. We can assemble and diss-assemble the motor and see how the motor works from inside. We can also see the working process even in disassembled view. there is a wireframe mode for the motor. Voice commands are given for easiness. The data can be dynamically added for the motor readings.
Now more than ever, IoT devices are dramatically impacting the world in which we live, work and play. It’s not just because there are so many more IoT devices in the world today, but because they are moving into applications never before considered.
A perfect case in point is the automobile. Here, the use of IoT and communication standards such as 5G are transforming our relationship with transportation and the way we drive. As the car itself becomes the IoT device with wireless communications built in, vehicles will evolve from a means of transporting people from one place to another to providing them with a living-room like experience.
Here’s a look at five ways IoT and vehicle-to-everything (V2X) wireless communication are promising to transform the way people drive:
Predictive maintenance. In-vehicle sensors will monitor the car’s battery, fuel pump and starter motor, collecting data and transmitting it to a cloud server. This data will be combined with AI and other vehicle data stored on the cloud to predict potential maintenance issues with recommendations delivered to the driver via a connected device or through the car’s display.
We developed such Applications that provide information upon scanning a particular area with handheld devices. Advanced infotainment. AI, augmented reality will relay information to the driver through a virtual assistant or on one of many new in-car displays. These same applications and displays will also deliver a new level of in-car entertainment and productivity.
Smart tire. Sensors embedded in the car tires will monitor tire conditions such as air pressure, tire tread, temperature, acceleration and road conditions. This data will be relayed to the car’s engine control unit in real-time so adjustments can be made to improve the drive. The tire sensors will also connect to nearby cars and infrastructure to get information on the state of the road and warn drivers of possible accidents or traffic jams ahead. It’s a vision of a future yet to come with the advent of fully autonomous vehicles. While it won’t happen overnight, changes are underway today to help lay the groundwork. However, the challenge lies in bringing these innovations to life on a platform that is mission critical.
In the automotive world where both drivers and passengers demand the utmost safety, reliability and precision of car electronics, automotive manufacturers must go far beyond just pass or fail. It’s not just the reliability and precision of the IoT sensors that must be considered. Constant connectivity, complex communications on and off the vehicle, and ultra-precision timing are also essential.