2015: new wayfinding systems are launched at LAC + USC Medical Center, Naval Medical Center in San Diego and St. Luke's Hospital. The upcoming release of wayfinding will include beacon based, indoor turn-by-turn wayfinding apps on iOS and Android. LJLearn modules are released for maternity and discharge education training. 2014: V3 of the LogicJunction Wayfinder was released. This system includes powerful new reporting and content management tools. This version allows customers to modify routes and points of interest in real time. LogicJunction also released its new avatar based education and simulation solution called “Learn”. Henry Ford Health System is the first hospital to leverage this innovative approach to training. 2013: LogicJunction releases v2 of the LogicJunction Wayfinder, a state-of-the-art wayfinding system which includes visit pre-planning, staff assisted wayfinding, self-service kiosk and mobile options. 2012: LogicJunction elects to focus primarily on the hospital wayfinding space. Work begins on a multi-platform web based version of the LogicJunction Wayfinder. 2011: Wayfinding Kiosk V1 product release. This engagement leads to a series of hospital wayfindingprojects, including: VA Wilmington (DE), Sarasota Memorial (FL) and Upstate Medical Center (NY). 2010: Lake Health system expanded to multiple locations. Cleveland Clinic installs LogicJunction Virtual Assistants (virtual “red-coats”, in keeping with the name given to the Clinic’s concierge staff) to assist visitors at the Cleveland Clinic main campus with directions. 2009: LogicJunction deploys a series of kiosk based virtual assistants for Lake Health to greet visitors, and provide wayfinding and hospital information. 2009: Version 4 of LogicalEngine provides full 3d environment capabilities. This functionality enables the use of LogicalEngine to drive complex medical training and simulation programs, where avatars take the role of patients, health-care providers and instructors. Clients using our training software include: Case Western Reserve University School of Nursing, Mt. Sinai School of Anesthesiology and Fresenius-Kabi (one of the world’s largest manufacturers of medical devices). 2005: Company relocates to Cleveland, Ohio. 2004: Version 2.0 of the software allows for multi-lingual deployments and integration with various 3rd party readers, devices and databases. This additional functionality enables our use of avatars used as virtual product representatives and trade-show greeters. Clients using our virtual representative software include: Coca-Cola, McKesson, Bayer Pharmaceuticals, Schering Plough, JC Penney and Proctor and Gamble. 2002: ogicJunction releases v1.0 of LogicalEngine, a program which uses digital characters (or “avatars”) to provide a friendly, intuitive interface to convey information in museums. Clients include The National Science Center (GA), Missouri State Museum (MO), Western Museum Historical Society (OH), The Tech museum of innovation (CA), Lawrence Hall of Science at UC Berkeley (CA), GE Energy Learning Center (NY). 2000: LogicJunction incorporated in Atlanta Georgia.

LogicJunction’s History