Our ability to meet the toughest engineering challenges, ever-evolving requirements and demanding schedules means that we get the chance to work on some fascinating projects for interesting customers. These are projects that involve safety and health-critical requirements, challenging response-time demands and sophisticated system designs.
The En Route Automation Modernization (ERAM) replaces the US’s 40-year-old En Route Host computer and backup system currently deployed at 20 FAA Air Route Traffic Control Centers nationwide. As such, the transition to ERAM is one of the most complex, challenging, and ambitious programs initiated by the FAA in recent times. In effect, this transition represents a live transplant of the "heart" of today's air traffic control system while continuing safe and efficient flight operations for the flying public. Queo Systems has been working with Lockheed Martin developing flight application & communications software components at the heart of the ERAM system, providing engineering expertise in systems engineering, software design and development, integration and verification.
McKesson Medical Imaging Group's National Integrated Medical Imaging System (NIMIS) project for Ireland will make radiology in the nation's public hospitals filmless and paperless by introducing PACS/RIS with Voice Recognition (VR) and electronic Order Communications (OCM) to all public hospitals, enabling electronic image sharing between them. This was the first large central procurement of a clinical system in Ireland and will provide a basis for future public procurements in Irish healthcare IT. Queo Systems has been working with McKesson providing project management, systems analysis and software development expertise for the NIMIS project.