Specialist Applications

for the Health Care Sector and Research Facilities

Medicine and Research

Scopeland develops sophisticated and customized digital solutions for university clinics, the health care sector, and for various other science and research facilities.

These include solutions for the science itself as well as all types of administration solutions.

Our customers include leading university clinics (oncology and other departments), the Helmholtz Association with the German Aerospace Center plus numerous other Helmholtz centers, several Leibniz institutes, as well as a number of other independently operated or public-owned research facilities.

Other exciting subjects that Scopeland is particularly devoted to include gene databases such as for influenza and other pandemic research topics, software for biobanking, plus highly specific laboratory information systems. Solutions from entirely different research areas round off our scope of activities in the field of science.

Of course, the money that finances scientific research is just as important as the topics, and, ultimately, the health care sector itself. A large number of SCOPELAND-based application solutions can also be found in this area. Our configurable SCOPELAND software platform is at home and in use wherever customized database applications are needed.

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


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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"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.

No Code / Low Code: Software without Developer?


On 26.9.2018, Karsten Noack will give a lecture on "Low Code Platforms as the Key to the Digitization of Business Processes of Large Enterprises and Administrative Institutions" at the event "NoCode / LowCode: Software ohne Developer? of the Association of the Software, Information and Communication Industry in Berlin and Brandenburg (SIBB).

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We are prepared for Low-Code!

Currently, more and more providers are coming onto the market with new Low-Code platforms. But we will defend our strong position in professional application development and are well prepared. We have been using Low-Code since the 1990s, and SCOPELAND is the original!  

"Combination of factual and geodata" at computerwoche.de

The combination of factual and geodata processing (GIS) could prove to be a key feature for future development environments, Karsten Noack explains on computerwoche.de.

With the Embedded GIS approach, sophisticated geodata representations with all their intricacies are integrated directly into the factual data-oriented applications. Scopeland Technology has been using the embedded GIS approach for years.

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Blog by t2informatik: With Low-Code to factor 10

On the t2informatik blog, Karsten Noack explains what Low-Code platforms are and how they can be used to achieve a factor of 10 in database applications - ten times faster and ten times more agile with ten times better quality.

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Successful “Zukunftskongress” in Berlin

At the Future Congress "State & Administration" on Alexanderplatz in Berlin, we presented ourselves with a best-practice lecture on "Low-Code platforms as the key to digitizing business processes of large companies and administrative institutions", including a live demo and a trade fair stand. We are satisfied and say "Until 2019 then".

Low-code platforms in Public Administration

In the June issue of "Behörden Spiegel", Karsten Noack explains in a guest article why Low-Code platforms are the key to digitization in public administration, which modern alternatives there are for federal and state authorities, what is meant by "Factor 10", and how design thinking methods can be applied.

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Claudia Peißert

Scopeland Technology GmbH

Chief Productions Officer

 +49 30 209 670 - 210

Selected Customers

Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology GmbH

Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Nice

Charité Berlin - University Medical Center Berlin

Children's Hospital Zurich - Eleonore Foundation

Children’s Cancer Institute Randwick, Australia

Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum

Deutsches Rheuma-Forschungszentrum Berlin

Federal Institute for Risk Assessment

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 Institute of Human Nutrition Potsdam-Rehbruecke

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

Helmholtz Zentrum München

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

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

Newcastle Cancer Centre at the Northern Institute for Cancer Research

Newcastle University

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

University Hospital Motol Prague

University Medical Center Schleswig-Holstein