Training Today: Tech Talk (Nov/Dec 2012)
>> Infoteria Corporation introduced the Handbook content manager for iPads, iPhones, and Android devices. Handbook binds together any combination of content—documents, spreadsheets, videos, photos, PDF files, Web links, and more—for presentations, business meetings, sharing with colleagues or clients, or just for personal use. Handbook lets users assemble, publish, and/or present collections of files in both online and offline settings.
>> Indecomm Global Services, a business process outsourcing company, designed and developed an automated portal for tracking and reporting the training of implanting physicians and operative staff for Edwards Lifesciences, a global leader in the science of heart valves and hemodynamic monitoring. This portal was needed to ensure that only trained implanting physicians and operative staff were using the device.
>> Lumesse launched the latest version of its cloud-based learning management system (LMS), Learning Gateway 6.0. The LMS allows organizations to create specific learner portals for each audience. Users can change and update the portal as they go to build a personalized learner experience without the need for programming skills.
>> EMS (Education Management Solutions), a global provider of integrated clinical simulation management solutions for higher education and health-care training centers, unveiled SIMOneHD, a new off-the-shelf software and hardware solution for one-room simulation training spaces. SIMOneHD allows users to: review live or recorded video for debriefing/feedback sessions; capture vital signs feeds from simulators in tandem with a learner log during training events; and conduct learner assessments and generate reports.