Forward Learning provides creative training
solutions for government and commercial clientele. We strive to exceed
our customer's expectations and provide streamlined, custom, cost-effective
and stable products.
From web-deployed systems to stand-alone applications, we use the best
technologies that not only solve today's current training issues, but
will also used in the future. We use a variety of hardware and software
solutions based on our customer's needs and provide complete project life-cycle support
covering; Needs and Functional Analysis, Design, Development, Continual
Quality Assurance and Functional Testing, Implementation and Deployment
Services, On-Site Installation and Acceptance Testing, Maintenance
and Support Services.
Air-Refueling Tanker BOTT IOS Subcontracted to ACME Worldwide
Enterprises for a Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003 software solution
for controlling the KC-10 Boom Operator Simulator. The Instructor
Operator Station or IOS, was used to control the state-of-the-art visual
system to change models for re-fueling, change time-of-day settings and
cloud and terrain settings. The IOS also controlled Malfunction setting
and clearing for Systems Malfunctions to bad Circuit breakers to mission
ACME Worldwide Interactive
Manualfor their Dynamic Motion Seat. Flash Based multi-platform
interactive manual for Operations and Maintence of the Dynamic Motion Simulation
Seat. The ACME Dynamic Motion Seat (DMS) is a cost effective method of providing
motion cues to a pilot or other vehicle operator. The dynamic seat adds inertial
cues experienced in the operational system, whether its an aircraft, ground
vehicle or other platform. Motion cues enhance the immersive experience of
simulation, enabling better training and operator experience.
Museum of Fine Arts in Boston was in need of a custom solution to
help promote it's Giclee fine art printing services. The concept
of having a standalone kiosk to allow the user to preview artwork
and then have them order specific pieces in a print-on-demand environment.
Our team worked with the museum and other consultants to focus the
design of the kiosk for optimum usability. The final design included
a 19" touch
screen kiosk body that the user would interact with and then a second
attached 42" monitor that would show the users browsing
except for the transaction part of the process.
and developed a series of Speech therapy Cross-Platform CD-ROMs for
Simon & Schuster
Publishing. The subject matter was from a world-recognized Vanderbilt
University Professor that had a proven Flash Card therapy system.
We designed the systems methodology and functionality into a CD-ROM
that could be used by speech therapy specialists to identify, teach
and track the progress of their students with a consistent and proven
method. This was the only way to make sure the system was being used
in a proper and consistent manner.
Licencing Company in Atlanta, GA worked with our team to create
interactive, cross-platform media CD-ROMs for it's most popular
collegiate programs. The CD-ROMs contained interactive games and
activities for alumni and sports fans alike. The hybrid CD-ROM included
hi-resolution logos, video clips,audio clips, photography
and detailed statistics and well researched stories.