DeepHow | January 04, 2023
UL Solutions recently announced selecting DeepHow's AI-powered video-based training platform to enhance and add a robust capability to the renowned compliance training learning management system (LMS), ComplianceWire, for life sciences companies.
All organizations in the life sciences need to provide their employees and contractors with mechanisms for continual skill development and competency management. UL Solutions' ComplianceWire is a platform that manages, tracks, and delivers qualifications and task-based technical capabilities in an environment driven by compliance. UL Solutions provides a comprehensive library of over 400 life sciences-specific courses, 110 of which were developed in collaboration with the FDA.
With the integration of DeepHow's video-based skills collection and delivery capabilities into ComplianceWire, UL Solutions' life sciences customers can now optimize their training delivery with captivating videos. DeepHow empowers training content managers to collect instructional content using a smartphone and turn it into engaging and impactful videos that enhance training delivery.
DeepHow integrates the most recent developments in artificial intelligence, computer vision, natural language processing, and knowledge mapping to transform the way in which knowledge is digitized, captured, and structured. The company has developed and distributes an AI-powered workforce readiness platform for workplaces where capabilities are required to conduct standard operational procedures. The company makes it easier to gather and share technical skills and knowledge, which cuts project time by a factor of ten, improves employee performance by 25%, and cuts overall training and development costs by a large amount.
About UL Solutions
UL Solutions, a world leader in applied safety science, converts sustainability, safety, and security concerns into opportunities for customers in over 100 countries. UL Solutions provides inspection, testing, and certification services, in addition to software solutions and consultancy services, to support business growth and product development. The UL Certification Marks represent an unrelenting commitment to improving the safety mission and serve as a recognized symbol of confidence in the customers' products. The company assists customers in innovating, introducing new products and services, navigating global marketplaces and intricate supply chains, and growing sustainably and ethically for the future.
DeepHow was founded in 2018 by a group of researchers and engineers who used to work at Siemens. They saw an unmet need in the skilled trades market to transfer knowledge. They created a platform for capturing and learning from video-based knowledge that is powered by AI and fills the skills gap in the manufacturing, construction, and service industries. DeepHow makes it easier to capture knowledge by using AI workflow indexing and segmentation.
GoReact | November 17, 2022
GoReact today announced its expansion into the K-12 education market and the availability of its video feedback platform for school districts across the U.S. The formal expansion comes after a limited pilot with select school districts, which used GoReact’s platform to support teacher growth and development.
“Our platform has become a standard part of the higher education tech stack over the last decade, especially in new teacher development, and we’re thrilled to extend the benefits of our platform to K-12 districts nationwide,We all need to do more to support the incredible teachers shouldering ever-heavier burdens. GoReact empowers districts to better support teacher induction, growth and development.”
Ken Meyers, GoReact’s founder and CEO.
GoReact’s proprietary video feedback platform will help K-12 school districts offer teachers more support through:
Supporting induction programs by enabling new teachers to increase practice, model instruction, and receive targeted and visual feedback.
Fostering professional learning and development by tailoring feedback and empowering teachers to set measurable goals.
Onboarding unlicensed tutors and teachers of record by expediting time to proficiency with video observation.
Encouraging self-reflection by empowering teachers to watch videos of themselves teaching.
Engaging in teams through PLC collaboration on practices prioritized by the school or district.
Improving instructional leadership to maximize the educational impact of every minute spent in the classroom.
I love GoReact for teacher observations,” said Ann Stark, Mentor Teacher at Foothill Consortium California Teacher Induction Program.Having our beginning teachers actually see themselves teaching and then getting to provide comments on their areas of strength or growth is very powerful. With entry into the K-12 sector, GoReact is planning a comprehensive product roadmap geared toward the unique and evolving needs of K-12 education. GoReact already provides data security safeguards, including compliance with FERPA and COPPA, for its best-in-class video feedback platform. GoReact also integrates with all LTI-compliant learning management systems.
GoReact is reshaping education by humanizing and accelerating skills-based learning. More than 800 colleges, universities, and K-12 districts worldwide use GoReact to facilitate scalable video observation, coaching and assessment for rapid skill development. With simple, interactive tools for collaborative learning and personalized feedback, GoReact helps all learners demonstrate skill competency with greater human connection and engagement.
EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY | January 16, 2023
PowerSchool, North America's top supplier of cloud-based software for K–12 education, has announced its plans to open its first Middle East & Africa office in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE), to accelerate the company's international expansion.
The UAE office will service PowerSchool's extensive and increasing customer base in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region and help the company expand customer relationships into surrounding regions. In addition, the new office will serve as a hub for growing its channel partnerships in MEA regions.
Hardeep Gulati, CEO of PowerSchool, stated, "As our global customer base grows, it's critical we build the capacity to help power our customers' digital transformation needs," He also said, "We are seeing strong demand for primary and secondary education technology solutions across the MEA region and are in a unique position to provide best-in-class solutions tailored for MEA education leaders who are investing in technology that will enable them to deliver high-quality education for generations to come."
(Source – Businesswire)
With over 3,000 employees worldwide, members of the senior leadership team, sales and marketing, and solutions engineering teams will be located out of PowerSchool's UAE office to address existing and future client demand in the area.
Over the last quarter-century, PowerSchool has expanded to assist more than 45 million students worldwide and offers solutions in more than 90 countries, including well-established and prominent educational institutions in the Gulf (GCC). The current clients in the UAE include Al Ittihad National Private Schools, Liwa Education, ESOL, Aldar Education, and The American International School in Abu Dhabi.
PowerSchool is the leading supplier of cloud-based software for K–12 education in North America. It aims to fuel the education ecosystem with unified technology that enables students and educators to reach their greatest potential in unique ways. The organization brings students, teachers, administrators, and parents together to improve student outcomes. It assists schools and districts to efficiently handle state reporting and associated compliance, finance, special education, human resources, talent, registration, attendance, financing, learning, teaching, grading, assessments, and analytics on a single platform, from the office to the classroom to the home.