Below is a representative sampling of the companies, non profit organizations, trade groups, and universities we have served.
Most customers have confidentiality requirements and we respect that. All employees and contractors are bound by non-disclosure agreements and our working files are secured so that only the people working on your project have access. We love to promote our customers and the ways we have helped them, but only with permission. Some customers require complete confidentiality so we can’t showcase them here. Others allow us to describe our work in generalities or while preserving their anonymity.
Aeryon Labs / Aeryon Defense USA
Drone pilot training and certification program for military, law enforcement, public safety, and energy sectors. Training includes simulations, pseudo-simulations, formal and informal assessment of skills and knowledge, and is deployed both online and locally on laptops. We also provide ongoing production support and management of AWS-hosted simulators, including auto-scaling policies, security patches, and version management.
Colonial Flag Foundation
Collaborative development exercise to create and then train their staff to take over ongoing maintenance of online training for the thousands of volunteers who partner with CFF each year to plan and execute significant community events known as Healing Fields and Fields of Honor. This project initially included evaluation of commercial cloud-hosted learning platforms, and we helped the customer realize cost savings and a simplified user experience by deploying their new training content within the organization’s existing WordPress-based customer portal.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Strategic program design work in collaboration with staff and high profile subject matter experts (SME’s), video production, and vendor landscape analysis for a training program in the DFAM space (Design for Additive Manufacturing, aka 3D printing with metal).
Northeastern University Professional Advancement Network
Collaborated with leadership and staff in the Experiential Learning and Professional Advancement Network to standardize a taxonomy for defining and documenting the competencies, knowledge, and skills taught and assessed in their programs and courses. Also collaborated on student experience design, technology, innovation, and executive coaching.