Super Efficient Dust Supression



  • New generation of turbines
  • performance with the same energy consumption
  • Refined aerodynamics blades
  • Turbine’s throwing distance can be adjusted by remote control

  • Atomization of the water into small droplets
  • Water mist droplets (10-100μ)
  • Remote device integration
  • Ground up production design




Business challenges


01

  • Find a reliable engineering vendor who was capable of architecturing cost efficient engineering solution
  • Could build an enterprise-level Spray Cannon System.


The Spray Cannon team faced three key business challenges.


02

Understanding functional requirment based on use case.


03

Testing real world use case.




Product scope


Build a holistic solution that


  • While building the product, the client wanted to accomplish two objective.
  • Enable functional dust supression.
  • Material sourcing.
  • Installation in field & testing.
  • Curated vendor for all components.

Create field tested results to prove functionality of the atomizer.


Create a in field testing: containing:


  • In field users
  • Machine operations

3D Model




Project details

Product discovery

To ensure the scope of the project was aligned with business values, we divided the discovery phase into three stages

Analysis. Define business requirements, determine the product’s market positioning, analyze the product architecture, and elicit the best technical solutions.

Design. Create a product vision and roadmap and build an architectural design in line with business goals.

Requirements. Formalize the product vision into the project scope for the development team and perform initial project setup.



Managing several groups of stakeholders


This project requires us to work with different groups of stakeholders who contribute to the project backlog


To align the processing of stakeholders’ input, we:



Ensuring quick team scaling


During five years of our collaboration, there were several times when we had to quickly scale the project team. The last time, we had just a couple of weeks to scale the team from 12 to 30 people.

  • rebuilt the management structure and implemented partially independent domain pods for specific project units
  • embedded a new structure of technical leadership

  • assigned a dedicated resource manager who knew the project context
  • established an onboarding process that included learning the project documentation, workshops conducted by BAs and QAs, and mentoring by tech leads.

Developing a telehealth module from scratch in response to COVID-19


We were in the middle of building the core Spray Cannon functionality when the coronavirus outbreak started. In addition to the ongoing core development, the client asked us to create urgent virtual visit functionality to enable remote doctor appointments.

We managed to build live health video chat functionality within two weeks that effectively replaced many in-office visits during the pandemic. We made the virtual visit functionality capable of being integrated with any enterprise master patient index or third-party enterprise risk management system.






Simple UX for a complex product


Due to Spray Cannon specifics, we had to make complex functionality clear, intuitive, and user-friendly for non-techies, people with disabilities, and different age groups. The Spray Cannon app includes many user roles, and we made the UX comfortable for all users by



  • building a consistent information architecture that’s scalable enough to allow for future implementations
  • adapting the design to the needs of users in different age groups
  • making the system convenient for people with disabilities
  • ensuring outdoor usability and accessibility.

Simple UX for a complex product


Our client asked us to digitize the process by which care coordinators create patient referrals. The client provided us with their existing workflow as a starting point. As you can see in the diagram below, it was full of manual work, clarifications, and calls.


This was ineffective and time-consuming. Our task was to analyze the current workflow and add functionality that would significantly decrease the process complexity.



To digitize the referral process, we created models to visualize the future state and to model the sequence of events and the flow of information. Together with our business analyst, we designed and developed the corresponding functionality.


As a result, if eligibility rules are set up, the system automatically checks a patient’s eligibility for social services with no human involvement. Now, the process of referring a patient takes minutes instead of the hour or so that it took before.




Thanks to the results of our collaboration, Spray Cannon and its partners are currently

  • having discussions with charity foundations to, among other things, help psychologically traumatized people get back to normal life through online doctor visits
  • looking to globalize the structure we created to enable people to access the services of all agencies in their communities

  • partnering with social health organizations to help people stay well and live better lives
  • exploring new ways to evolve the platform by making use of smart devices like Apple Watch, Fitbit, and wireless scales to better manage and improve people’s overall wellness.

Healthfully is a California-based startup that offers a multiplatform healthcare solution to meet the needs of all hospital stakeholders. The platform digitizes processes from C-level decision-making to routine processes of all medical specialists, non-medical hospital personnel, laboratory staff, and healthcare consumers.

About The Clients

We’re literally saving people’s lives, getting people back to work, educated, and back to college. The influence that this solution can have on the world is incredible.



Vice President of Strategy, Healthfully`s partner



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