The Riptide Elements team has recently implemented some platform solutions around building and storing xAPI statements with respect to our course ware. The primary issue was: what should happen when attempting to store an xAPI statement with an error or client connection loss? The problem is twofold -- one part being, statements can occasionally be created with malformed structure, and the second is a loss of user data when a bad statement prevents others from being stored to the LRS. To tackle this problem, the Elements engineering team got together to brainstorm some potential solutions.
Riptide Learning, a division of Riptide Software, Inc., will demonstrate the first ever xAPI-enabled training for rifle marksmanship ranges on Dec. 3 at I/ITSEC. Riptide’s REAPER proof of principle was selected by the ADL for demonstration at PlugFest—a satellite event at the 2014 Interservice/Industry Training Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC). I/ITSEC is the world’s largest modeling, simulation and training conference.
Riptide Recognized as Top Simulation & Training Company for 2013
Riptide recently ranked as a Top Simulation and Training Company by Military Training Technology for 2013. This ranking recognizes companies that make significant contributions to military combat training and advanced simulation systems.
Today, I got a look at the Adbobe Flash Plugin roadmap which provides some insight into the future of Flash runtimes. The Flash Player has become the standard of delivery for e-learning content over the past 10 years because most of the delivery has been Computer Based Training (CBT) in a browser.