October 7, 2001
Logic Design Inc. Announces Release of Electro-Mechanical CBT
State-of-the-art animation and lab simulation provide a virtual manufacturing environment.
TORONTO, CANADA, October 7, 2001 - Logic Design Inc. today announced the release of its new Electro-Mechanical computer-based training program. This integrated learning package bridges the worlds of electronics and mechanics by using simulation, up-to-date course material, and unlimited test questions contained in 24 modular lessons.
The award-winning Electronics CBT was the template for the new Electro-Mechanical product and it shares core subject material, but has many different features including its own laboratory simulator, CircuitLogix. "We had used Electronics Workbench for many years in our Electronics CBT, and with the development of the new Electro-Mechanical curriculum we had no choice but to develop our own simulator. We needed something that was more relevant to the electro-mechanical market and developed our own simulator with over 300 devices and components designed specifically for electro-mechanical subject matter".
"Developing a simulator to support the course material is a tremendous challenge and we are very pleased with the results" says Fullerton. "Our background in 3D simulation was a big help in the initial stages of product development, and we are now well-positioned to continue to grow and evolve this new simulator".
The Electro-Mechanical CBT CD-ROM operates on the Windows 3.11, 95, 98, and NT. Single-user copies are priced at $399 and include a Full Version of CircuitLogix lab simulator. Multi-user site licenses for corporate networks and labs are also available.
About Logic Design Inc.
Founded in 1996, Logic Design Inc. (LDI) is a privately-held corporation headquartered in Redmond, WA. LDI offers a suite of products ranging from simulation software to textbooks to computer-based training, and course management software. In addition to its best-selling simulation products, such as CircuitLogix, RoboLogix and PLCLogix, the company also has a strong focus on educational products to support the use of simulation. These products are used worldwide by thousands of students, educators, professional design engineers, and hobbyists. The company sells its products directly in the US, Australia, and Canada and through a worldwide network of distributors.
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