Trust in  SCOPELAND, Germany's leading Low-Code Platform

SCOPELAND is not only one of the first Low-Code Platforms ever, it is also the platform with the widest range of functions and the most extensive experience from various major and medium-sized software projects. And perhaps the only one that is also designed for professional application development.

"Low-Code Development Platforms Are Accelerating Digital Transformation at Scale." Forrester, 2017

Low-Code Platforms enable cost and time savings to an unprecedented degree. And, more importantly, they enable truly agile, evolutionary software development close to the end user, ensuring that the resulting application actually meets real-world needs.

Users and developers create the future software solutions together in contemporary design thinking workshops and thus avoid the well-known 'silent post' problem of conventional software development.

Software that is directly tailored to the needs of the respective departments and is nevertheless integrated into the central IT system and networked across all departments - this is the key to a successful transformation into the age of all-encompassing digitalization.


UPDATES

Book presentation at INTERGEO 2018

The book "Environmental Data Management - A Geo-Inspiration" published by Heino Rudolf last week was presented at INTERGEO in Frankfurt. It includes  a contribution to SCOPELAND on GIS. The book is available at the Bernhard Harzer Verlag.

20 years of Low-Code: SCOPELAND 1.0 celebrates its anniversary

You have to celebrate the feasts as they fall. We don't let that be said twice at such a great anniversary. On 19.10.1998 at the fair "Systems" in Munich, SCOPELAND version 1.0 was presented to the public for the first time. A lot has happened since then, but one thing has remained the same since 1998: The approach "configuration instead of programming", today known as the Low-Code approach, has been decisively shaped and continuously further developed by us. To the next 20 years!

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SCOPELAND is featured in "Environmental Data Management – A Geo-Inspiration"

The book "Environmental Data Management - A Geo-Inspiration" by the renowned author Heino Rudolf has been published. SCOPELAND is also mentioned extensively, as our Low-Code technology also makes us experts in the field of map services and geo-related functions of all kinds.

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"Grand Challenges" by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

From 15 to 18 October 2018, the World Health Summit 2018 will take place in Berlin, where Global Health experts from all over the world will come together. Among the hosts will be the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The aim is to accelerate the implementation of innovations in order to tackle the most urgent global health and development problems. Our CEO Karsten Noack will also be a guest at the Grand Challenges Annual Conference together with Dr. Anne Pohlmann from the Friedrich Loeffler Institute to present the DetekiVir research project, which was realized in SCOPELAND.

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Karsten Noack speaker at Smart Country Convention

From 20 to 22 November 2018, the digital industry association Bitkom will be hosting the new congress trade fair for the digitization of cities, districts and municipalities for the first time. Karsten Noack will speak at the special event "Digital Office Conference" on 22 November: "Low-Code technology as the key to digitization in the specialist areas of large companies and administrative institutions".

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What is Embedded GIS? At t2informatik we explain it

In the age of digitization, users' expectations are changing. The combination of physical and geodata processing in an application is becoming more and more natural - just as it is known from Google Maps and various apps with geo-function. However, this is not so easy to implement for database applications, as Karsten Noack explains in t2informatik.

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Article "Three process models for Low-Code projects" at computerwoche.de

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Low-Code technologies enable software developers and users to work together directly. In practice, three different process models are available for Low-Code projects. Karsten Noack explains at computerwoche.de the advantages and disadvantages of Scrum, the Waterfall Model and the phase-agile process model and what is meant by the “Always-Tuesdays-Principle”. (Photo: computerwoche.de)

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Digitized specialized method for effective fisheries control

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The EU Fisheries Control Regulation obliges every member state to set up databases and carry out extensive automated plausibility checks. With the new Fisheries Information Technology (FIT) implemented by Scopeland Technology at the Federal Agency for Agriculture and Food, all landing, sea and visual inspections of federal and state control units are now integrated. (Photo: BLE)

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"We want you!": First Friday in September

Please come in: On September 7, 2018 we invite interested parties to Berlin-Waidmannslust from 10:00 to 14:00 and present our exciting Low-Code technology. The young man in the photo will also give an interesting lecture and can report on successfully completed database projects. We are looking forward to meet you.

Article on Low-Code at the blog "log in. berlin."

Karsten Noack explains on the blog of "log in. berlin.", which is committed to the IT and digital economy in Berlin, why currently no IT publication and IT event can avoid the trend topic of Low-Code and Low-Code Platforms, and what the "factor 10" is all about.

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Article about Low-Code and shadow IT at t2informatik

Low-code platforms supported and operated by central IT can help bring light to shadow IT. Therefore, Low-Code platforms should find a place in every company's IT strategy in order to advance its own digitization strategy.

An article by Karsten Noack at the t2informatik blog.

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Efficiency of low-code platforms is even greater than expected

A major project implemented with SCOPELAND was automatically generated to 99.2%. How well a Low-Code platform is suitable for professional applications depends largely on the amount of code that can be generated automatically. This is also the reason why US analysts Gartner and Forrester Research are predicting that Low-Code technology will play a major role in driving forward the upcoming digitization process.

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And there was light...

With the eclipse of the moon of the century, nature gives us a great symbol: "Let there be light in shadow IT". The "dark decades" of far too complex Java programming, when people believed that this was the ultimate, are finally over. But now with Low-Code you can finally rely on real technical innovations again in the way you can efficiently develop software.

Steinbeis seminar "How to build custom-fit applications in the shortest possible time today?"

On October 17th, 2018, Scopeland Technology will be a guest at the Steinbeis House for Management and Technology (SHMT) in Stuttgart from 13:00 to 16:45 at the seminar "How to build custom-fit applications in the shortest possible time today?" and will participate with a lecture and live demo. The event deals with new technological approaches to software development with Low-Code development platforms.

First Friday in October in Bonn

On October 12th,  2018,  the next First Friday will take place at our location in Bonn. From 10:00 to 14:15, everything will revolve around our SCOPELAND platform, the Low-Code technology behind it, possible applications and successfully implemented projects. Geodata will also be on the agenda. We are looking forward to your visit in Bonn and to the exchange with you.

Selected Customers

Berlin Brandenburg Airport

Brandenburg Economic Development Board

Central Police Department - Police of Lower Saxony

Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Nice

Charité Berlin - University Medical Center Berlin

Charité Berlin - University Medical Center Berlin (Dosimetry)

Children's Hospital Zurich - Eleonore Foundation

Children’s Cancer Institute Randwick, Australia

Construction and Facility Management Saxony-Anhalt

Federal Environment Agency

Federal Institute for Risk Assessment

Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency

Federal Motor Transport Authority

Federal Office for Agriculture and Food

Federal State Office for Environmental Protection

Free State of Bavaria (Zentrale Rückführungsstellen)

Fundação Rui Osório de Castro, Instituto Português de Oncologia Francisco Gentil Lisboa

Fundación para la Formación e Investigación Sanitarias e la Región de Murcia (FFIS)

gematik - Gesellschaft für Telematikanwendungen der Gesundheitskarte mbH

German Aerospace Center (DLR)

German Biomass Research Centre

German Institute for Structural Engineering

German Institute of Human Nutrition Potsdam-Rehbruecke

German Tenant Association

Ghent University Hospital

Global Initiative on Sharing All Influenza Data (GISAID)

Helmholtz Association

Helmholtz Center Berlin for Materials and Energy GmbH

Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research

Hematology Laboratory at the Sheba Medical Center Tel Hashomer, Ramat Gan, Israel

Joint Superior Aviation Authority of Berlin-Brandenburg

Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology

Leibniz Institute for Primate Research

Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden

Max Born Institute for Nonlinear Optics and Short Pulse Spectroscopy

Médecins Sans Frontières (Germany)

Ministry of Economic and European Affairs of the State of Brandenburg

Ministry of Education, Culture and Science Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania

Ministry of Finance of the State of Brandenburg

Ministry of the Interior of the State of Brandenburg

Newcastle Cancer Centre at the Northern Institute for Cancer Research

Newcastle University

Public enterprise of Construction and Facility Management

Regional Office for Environment and Geology of Thuringia

Senate Department of Urban Development and Environment

Senate Department of Urban Development and Environment - Radiation measuring station Berlin

Siemens AG

Staatsbetrieb Sächsische Informatik Dienste

State Office for Construction and Traffic

State office for Roadworks and Raod traffic Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania

State Office for the Protection of Monuments and Sites

State Office of Environment, Health and Consumer Protection

State Office of Health and Social Affairs Berlin

The Rockefeller University Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS), New York

Thuringian State Office for Archaeology and Preservation of Historical Monuments

University Medical Center Schleswig-Holstein

Volkswagen AG

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