eBoard | Observer™ is a powerful tool for capturing audio/video, location data, and your expert observations of important events and activities during complex training or evaluation exercises, synchronizing all of them for playback/review with our eBoard | Objective™ Android app.
Based on technology used for years in complex aviation, military, and law enforcement training, our eBoard applications use a powerful template-based approach for organizing training/evaluation objectives and possible events of interest. Any template can contain your own or other expert-created hierarchies of training/evaluation objectives, performance value choices, and reference images and descriptions. Each template entry is the basis for a possible observation -- a marker -- that can be recorded and synchronized with the recorded audio/video and location data, with as little as one click on the screen.
With appropriate templates, eBoard | Observer can be used for a variety of training/evaluation disciplines, including team and individual sports, construction inspections, classroom teacher evaluations, and transportation safety, in addition to the areas in which its more complex predecessor systems have been used.
Included in this initial version are several sample (but not expert!) template excerpts that you can use to get started immediately:
* Simple Generic Template -- illustrates template features
* Teacher Evaluation Example TES Excerpt -- illustrates possible use for classroom evaluations
* Sports Example Football Plays -- simple playbook example for capturing individual performances during practice
* Driving Test Example Excerpt -- portion of driver manual/performance standards
Our TemplateManager™ authoring tool allows you to create your own custom templates (open the Products link at our website for more info). Subject-matter experts are already creating custom templates that may be available for purchase or download.
Integrating eBoard | Observer and eBoard | Objective into your training/evaluation activities helps you capture *what* to look for during training, and saves time in determining *where* to look during review or debrief.