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This post explains how XAOP uses Garmin smartwatches to track and analyse sleep and sleep behaviour of a group of people. The goal here is twofold: first we want to provide individual participants with more insights into his/her own sleeping patterns and behaviour. Secondly we want to gain insights into the correlation between behaviour and observed sleeping patterns across the entire group.
PRISME: structured data sharing facilitated
This post emphasises how XAOP facilitates data sharing efforts in an industrial setting by providing an application which focusses on gathering data while retaining data quality for hierarchically structured data
Partnering with Garmin For A Personalised Health & Fitness Project
We are developing a new service in which we combine three things we love: data, health and athletics. Our goal is to improve the performance and prevent injuries of the promising Olympic Running Team.
Design sprint: what if you can't run the full five days?
Running a design sprint is a great way to turn an idea into a solution that can be designed and tested quickly - even if you can’t spend the full five days.
How we used story mapping as part of our UX design research
To make sure we knew the requirements for both our client and the end users, we decided to use the story mapping technique during our UX design research.
Predicting, monitoring and visualising trends in life sciences
Together with UCB, XAOP designed and developed the Cartographer application, a tool used to predict and monitor trends in life sciences.
How to integrate User-Feedback into an Improved version of TimeTag
Aside from creating new projects, we also focus on existing products and make sure that they stay up-to-date and run as smoothly as possible.
Real-time Data Processing - Apache Flink and Amazone EMR
An introduction to Amazon EMR (Elastic MapReduce) and how we used it to both accelerate and lower the cost of development.
Serverless Architectures - AWS Lambda
This post is the third in the series of reports on our trip to and attendance of the AWS summit in May 2016.
Cost Optimization on Amazon Web Services
This post is the second in the series of reports on our trip to and attendance of the AWS summit in May 2016.
Amazon Web Services Summit - Introduction
This post is the first in the series of reports on our trip to and attendance of the AWS summit in May 2016.
Knowledge for Growth - A Learning Experience
Read about our first time as exhibitor at Flandersbio’s life science conference Knowledge for Growth in Ghent