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“I had the good fortune as PennDOT’s CIO to participate in a Commonwealth event promoting the use of open data.  The contest challenged vendors from across Pennsylvania to develop a solution that would proactively identify roads that are at a higher risk for an accident due to a variety of pre-defined reasons.  Vendors had a very short period of time to develop a working solution and when the contest/evaluation was complete, LingaTech won the award due to their far superior solution.  Their ability to leverage existing data sources to provide a user-friendly, and most importantly an accurate predictive model was extremely impressive.  This solution has the capability to provide PennDOT with the information necessary to proactively plan improvements on these high-risk locations.  LingaTech has proven to me that they can develop solutions leveraging data from various sources that not only meets but exceeds business needs.”


-Phil Tomassini

Ex-CIO Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (2011-2018)

LingaTech earns PA Excellence in Technology Award

Earned for work on Mobile App/SOA Web Services Project from Governor's Office

Our project received the PA Excellence in Technology award from the Governor’s Office.  For this project LingaTech provided/provides leadership and SOA Web Services/Mobile Development Team that architected and engineered a SOW solution for our Commonwealth client. We identified core business processes and implemented reusable business process architecture to develop a BASE app that facilitates mobile inspections; which is the base structure that is being extended to develop program specific mobile apps quickly and cost effective.  As identified in the Award Notice “This greatly cut development time and IT could put a time and money saving solution into the hands of the inspectors much quicker.  In fact, development time was cut from 13 months to 3-4 months for each new inspection type…the Agency has also seen at least a 20% increase in inspector efficiency and has cut the total inspection process from data collection to data entry from an average of 10 days to 1 day.”

2018 Code 4 PA Governor's Grand Prize

KnowPA.COM won LingaTech the Grand Prize and recognition from the Governor because it provides a predictive model on reduction of fatalities on PA roads using PennDOT data. LingaTech’s predictive data analytic model: 


  • Utilizes PA.Gov crash data and weather forecast to pinpoint the highest risk traffic zones by hour for 5 days.  
  • Provides critical information that can be utilized to make changes in trooper presence, post more warning signs, redesign of intersections that are high risk locations, and provide insight to reduce fatalities.

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2019 Code 4 PA Governor's Best Team Award

Best team award winner for providing PA Save Life solution, a predictive model that empowers the overdose individuals and First Responders using 70+ data sets. 


PA Save Life is a comprehensive mobile solution delivered with the combination of AI, verbal technology and behavior analysis techniques. The mobile app and supporting data analytics provide those involved in all aspects of the opioid crisis to connect, find information and work to solve the problem together. 

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Lingatech Selected for Governor's Mentor-Protégé Program

 

Harrisburg, PA – As part of his commitment to level the playing field for small and diverse businesses, Governor Tom Wolf today announced the launch of the Commonwealth’s Mentor-Protégé Program (MPP) for Small Diverse Businesses. The program pairs successful prime contractors with small diverse businesses (SDBs) to better develop their technical and administrative capabilities to compete for state government contracting opportunities.


Small diverse businesses are those owned by minorities, women, LGBT, veterans and people with disabilities. In the inaugural year of the Mentor-Protégé Program created by the Department of General Services, Unisys has been matched with LingaTech as a Mentor.   


“We have a responsibility to ensure that opportunities to compete for state contracting is diverse, inclusive, and fair,” Governor Wolf said. “We have taken an aggressive and innovative approach to achieving that goal, and the Mentor-Protégé Program is another resource that we can now point to in those efforts.”