In San Francisco for Adobe’s Engage Event

I’m in San Francisco for the week and will be one of the presenters at the Engage event. Engage is a one day event being held Tuesday the 27th, where Adobe is getting together some of their best customers who are developing products with their tools alongside some of the software industry experts. You might have caught some hints about it on Ryan Stewart’s, Robert Scoble’s, Michael Arrington’s blogs.

At the event I will be discussing SimCube™, our latest product that is an all in one solution for capturing, debriefing, and assessing medical students. Here’s what our marketing folks have to say

SimCubeâ„¢, an affordable, portable, and easy to use solution for capturing simulation encounters. SimCubeâ„¢ records multiple feeds digitally, handles video annotation and debriefing, integrates with multiple types of medical simulators and builds participant portfolios. SimCubeâ„¢ also manages users, provides tools for scenario and checklist creation and generates multiple types of reports.

The cool thing about this product is that the entire UI is built with Flex 2 and is 100% cross platform. Here’s a screen shot where a user can play back a captured session with multiple videos in sync alongside the medical simulator vital signs as well as add annotations to the video.

SimCube debrief

I’m looking forward to this event, as it’s not often that I get to talk with other companies who are developing products with Flex/Flash. It will also be a good chance to talk with some of the industry experts and find out what their take is on SimCubeâ„¢, and to discuss some of our future plans at Atellis. I will try to report back on the event here as well.

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2 thoughts on “In San Francisco for Adobe’s Engage Event

  1. Pingback: Ryan Stewart - Rich Internet Application Mountaineer » Heading out to Engage

  2. Hi,
    Not sure if this is the right forum for this. I teach cookery at a Polytechnic in Dunedin New Zealand.
    I’m in the process of trying to convert my course into a blended/online format.
    My interest in your product SImcube is that it same to be an ideal tool for providing analyses of a practical cookery lesson.
    Where can i find more information about Simcube?

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