Web & Infrastructures

Developing online services & networks globally

Web Apps

We develop web-based applications, such as the Dataset Configuration & Recording apps developed for the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC). The correct and efficient use of the DHIS2 software is key to successfully collecting data. We work with our partners to provide them with applications tailored to their needs to generate customizable datasets.

Another example is the Data Dictionary, a flexible, web-based open source information system which collects and analyzes information. This application is currently being used by PSI as its HMIS. Data is being collected daily from up to 15.000 sites across 60+ countries, allowing analysis of the health programs’ impact at district, country, and global level.

We develop web-based, online reporting systems, as the Global reporting system for hepatitis (GRSH) developed for WHO, to set up a web-based District Health Information System (DHIS2) module located on the WHO integrated data platform.

Cloud, Clusters and Servers Maintenance

We design, configure, and maintain systems that can be scaled as quickly and as easily as project requirements transform.

We are responsible in part of the maintenance of the WHO Integrated Data Platform. We ensure that all servers are working properly, help with any user issue, and develop administrative tools and scripts for the administrators of the platform.

EyeSeeTea also maintains the DHIS2 Android public server for testing purposes. This server hosts a set of DHIS2 instances which offer a useful platform to test the mobile application functionality and behaviour.

We also work with the Spanish National Center for Biotechnology in a wide ranges projects. We develop and maintain the different websites, preserve the cluster infrastructure, server configuration, etc.

 

Networks Design

We are experts in network dimensioning and design. We design highly customizable solutions adapted to your needs. For example, we joined the joined the Libre Router initiative to design a power-saving mechanism to improve connection in isolated rural networks. We designed routers and wireless applications to manage phone calls using community networks built with these routers.

Also, we have worked with the Signal Theory Department at the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos providing services as a part of an infrastructure project for low bandwidth networks. We have designed an Automatic Quality of Service configuration system for embedded devices in a testbed network. Our algorithm takes the information and reconfigures the intermediate queueing systems in real-time to maximize network availability and service quality.

Data Visualisation Tools & Simulation Platform design

One of our areas of expertise is developing web-based visualisation and simulation platforms engineered to explore complex systems.

EyeSeeTea is currently developing several tools for the Instruct Image Processing Center (I2PC): Scipion Desktop Application and Scipion Web Tools. Scipion is an image processing framework for obtaining 3D models of macromolecular complexes using Electron Microscopy (3DEM) developed at the Spanish National Center for Biotechnology. It integrates several software packages and presents a unified interface for both biologists and developers. Scipion allows the user to execute workflows by combining different software tools, while taking care of formats and conversions. Additionally, all steps are tracked and can be easily reproduced later on.

EyeSeeTea is providing cutting edge engineering services to further the development of different MetaCell neuroscience solutions.

One of them is the Geppetto Jupyter extension, a Python-to-Javascript communication layer leveraging the Jupyter platform while extending Geppetto, an open-source web-based visualisation and simulation platform. The EyeSeeTea team has more than two years of experience contributing to the Geppetto platform, which is currently being used by initiatives all around the world such as Open Source Brain, Virtual Fly Brain, NEURON and OpenWorm.

In 2016, State University of New York (SUNY) began using Metacell to revamp their software Neuron (aimed to represent, analyze and simulate neural models) using Geppetto. In the frame of this collaboration, Metacell decided to reach out to EyeSeeTea to implement these modifications,  which involves implicating a python-javascript communication layer based on the Jupyter platform, a 3D representation in the browser, simulation execution, etc.

We helped MetaCell develop a Python-to-Javascript communication layer leveraging the Jupyter platform while extending Geppetto, an open-source web-based visualisation and simulation platform.

We provide architecture and coding advice from technical aspects and best practices such as repository management, source code quality assurance, continuous integration tools and user feedback platforms and strategies to development methodologies (sprints, task priorities, development cycle, team management, etc.).

We have experience auditing and advising teams in the process of building new apps and SDKs. We have worked with WHO helping them to evaluate and improve their workflow. We also work with Instruct Image Processing Center (I2PC) to provide support to structural biologists, helping them to maximize the extraction of information from their microscopic images. We have also helped the UiO DHIS2 Android development team with the design of specific strategies, concepts and interactions.

Software Testing

We have expertise at every aspect of software testing: functionality, performance, usability, security and compatibility with other systems.

For example, we have been in charge for stabilizing, debugging, maintaining and upgrading of the current DHIS2 UiO Official Apps.

Web Design

We design user-friendly websites, easy to navigate and with a logical structure to helps users find what they are looking for. They are optimized for speed and adapted to any device resolution.

One of our works is the website for the Instruct Image Processing Center, Scipion.