We are thrilled to announce that G-Sentry (Pvt) Ltd has been awarded the prestigious GOLD AWARD in the National Best Quality Software Award (NBQSA) 2021! This recognition is a testament to our commitment to developing high-quality ICT products that positively impact society. Our team at G-Sentry developed a National level WebGIS and MobileGIS application that provides a comprehensive monitoring, surveillance, and analytic platform to track and analyze epidemiology diseases in Sri Lanka. Our Suwapetha Mobile app has reached over 400,000 users in the country, and according to Google Analytics in 2021, it was the number one trending app in Sri Lanka!
We are proud to have developed a product that has significantly impacted public health in Sri Lanka. Our innovative and user-friendly platform has enabled health officials to monitor and track diseases in real time, providing valuable insights that have helped to prevent the spread of diseases and save lives. At G-Sentry, we are committed to using technology to positively impact society, and this award is a testament to our dedication to this mission. We are grateful to our team, partners, and customers who have supported us along the way, and we look forward to continuing to develop innovative products that make a difference in people's lives.
"Transforming Lives through Digital Innovation: 𝗲𝗦𝘄𝗮𝗯𝗵𝗶𝗺𝗮𝗻𝗶 𝗔𝘄𝗮𝗿𝗱𝘀 𝟮𝟬𝟮𝟭" Achievements in the field of digital and social innovation at the e-Swabhavimani Digital & Social Awards 2021, under the Health & Well-Being Award Winner category. Suwapetha by G - Sentry PVT LTD We are the champions and are recognized for our exceptional work and contribution to the digital and social landscape of Sri Lanka.
Past experience in Award-winning application developments (Head Of the ITC wing and Head of the developing team - The Center for Research and Development (CRD) Ministry of Defence )
National Best Quality ICT Awards – 2018 - Braille Character Recognition and Translation Application in Sri Lanka.
The literacy of the visually impaired people often mainly relies on tactile writing and reading. The "Braille" system made by "Louis Braille" has helped to solve many of the reading/writing difficulties faced by the visually impaired. Also, new technologies developed with the advancement of computers and ICT has been able to reduce other difficulties too.
The primary issue with using modern electronic braille systems in Sri Lanka is the compatibility with Sinhala language. Many of these systems are optimized only for English. The "Braille to Sinhala Converter" aims to answer this problem mainly faced by the visually impaired who are studying in schools and universities. The system speeds up the translation process of exam papers, answer sheets, assignments and other documents and allows the teachers, instructors and scholars to improve the teaching process.
(out of two awards) as the 'The Research and Development Project of the Year 2018' at the 18th Asia Pacific ICT Awards (APICTA) in Guangzhou, China-2018 - Braille Character Recognition and Translation Application.
National Best Quality ICT Awards in 2016 - Epidemic Server and Tracking System.
During the data collection process of the Center for Dengue Research (CDR),
it was revealed that spatial data collection and on-time data visualization
have been major challenges in Dengue control programs. Therefore an attempt
has been made to introduce a GIS and Mobile Communication based
Geo-tagged Dengue Incidents Reporting System by installing a specially
developed Mobile App into the Android Mobile Phones of the front-line field
health officers (PHIs), enabling them to enter basic data on the patients
from the field on a real-time basis.
Accordingly, the data and information of the cases are geo-tagged to the user's location and shown on Google Maps, ArcGIS Server, or ArcGIS Desktop. This system will vastly reduce the time lag between collecting and reporting data and preventive action taken by the authorities. The app is quick and easy to use for health workers who are constantly on the move and performing multiple duties; it is simply a click of a button, rather than pages of paperwork
16th Asia Pacific ICT Awards (APICTA) in CHINESE TAIPEI in 2016. This application was presented at the 16th Asia Pacific ICT award 2016 in Taipei.
National Best Quality ICT Awards – 2015 - Multi-Hazard Web Application for Global Disaster Risk Reduction in Sri Lanka.
Web-based real-time mapping and spatial information systems enable the use of aerial photographs and related remote sensing techniques to ensure accurate positioning, rescuer security, and surveillance.
The system facilitates collaborative rescue mission planning by the respective disaster response agencies connecting locally and globally. The use of state-of-the-art geo-informatics technologies will add a new dimension to the traditional way of managing disasters. The application has been developed using the world’s most advanced mobile web and live tracking technologies to address the bottlenecks of disaster mitigation efforts by the Sri Lankan armed forces in the past including the Nepal Earthquake Devastation.
National Best Quality ICT Awards – 2013 - Hi-Tech Soldier Military application. In Sri Lanka.
The application of this web-based Geographic Information System (GIS) technology greatly contributes at both ground and command level. The purpose of the research is to develop qualitative research and apply it to enhancing capacity building and to developing a decision-making tool. This application is indispensable because it allows the user to visualize, integrate and analyze all available data to obtain an accurate, direct picture of the ground.
A different approach to ground data analysis was necessary due to the lack of up-to-date information on the ground hindering military missions. This web-based GIS (WebGis) system enables users to process and generate information from the ground to the map.
- • 37th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing (ACRS), Present “Epidemic Survey and Tracking System”. Asian Association on Remote Sensing and Survey Department of Sri Lanka Offered the “Special Citation Award” (17 to 21 October 2017).
- • Best Presentation - User conference 2015 - ESRI in Sri Lanka - Multi-hazard web application. Recognition of an outstanding project presentation on the ArcGIS platform.
- • Search and Rescue at Operation at Meethotamulla Disaster – Commendation letter from Defense secretary, Minsity of Defense.