Technology at CPSI

CPSI uses the latest in instructional technology to increase its impact and cost-effectiveness. Technology is integrated into each course we develop to enhance the curriculum and engage the learner. Our courses use Web-based, interactive technology that is showcased in the following projects. Select the image to view the project.

VIC Minigame The iPhone Hurricane Web App was developed in conjunction with Lightmaker USA, Inc., to provide residents of Pinellas County, Florida, with a dynamic iPhone Web application that can be used before, during, and after a hurricane. This app gives residents a one-stop tool on their iPhone device that provides all the necessary information to prepare for, weather, and recover from a hurricane.
VIC Minigame The Vehicle Inspection Checklist Mini-Game was developed to train Federal, State, and local government personnel, port security operations personnel, and others involved in screening vehicles at security checkpoints. It was developed in partnership with Lightmaker USA, Inc.
Ships The M.C.Q.B. 3-D Virtual Ships included in CPSI’s maritime domain security courses were developed to train Federal, State, and local government personnel, port security operations personnel, and others involved in screening and boarding vessels. It was developed in partnership with Lightmaker USA, Inc.
ProjectELECT ProjectELECT was developed for Hillsborough County Public Schools as a resource for teachers in elementary, middle, and high school. It was developed as a stand-alone, Flash-based resource that included embedded video and hyperlinks to documents and Web sites, which users could search through by category. (Note: Video and links to documents are not functional in this sample.)
VIC Minigame The Florida Telecommunications Relay, Inc. project was developed to train Regional Distribution Center employees how to complete various inventory reports. It was developed as a Section 508 compliant, stand-alone, HTML and JavaScript course that included learning interactions, audio, form-based testing, and a certificate of completion.
MoWAA The Meals on Wheels Association of America (MOWAA) project was developed to introduce emergency support personnel to the Meals on Wheels (MOW) program and to train them on how to develop an emergency plan by coordinating with emergency managers. It was developed as a stand-alone, Flash-based course that included learning interactions, video with closed captions, form-based testing, and a certificate of completion.