New Clinical Framework and Training Program to Be Showcased at Conferences in Kansas City and Dallas
Systems Technology, Inc. (STI) is taking its renowned driving simulation technology for clinical therapy on the road, showcasing STISIM Drive G4 at two upcoming conferences.
First up will be the Auto Mobility Expo (AME), running September 30 to October 2, in Kansas City, Missouri. It’s held in conjunction with the annual conferences of the premiere professional and trade associations in the industry, the Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists (ADED) and the National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA).
“We’ve been involved with these organizations and events for quite a few years now,” said Fran Nelbach, Director of Product Management at STI. “This year is a great opportunity for us to introduce our new clinical framework and training program (Navigator) to the mobility and driver rehabilitation community, so we’re excited to be headed to Kansas City.”
STISIM Drive G4 will be found in booth 104 on the exhibition floor as follows:
- Saturday, September 30, 6pm – 9pm (all times are local Central Time)
- Sunday, October 1, 10am – 2pm
- Monday, October 2, 10am – 12pm
Next up will be the annual Education Conference & Expo from the American Medical Rehabilitation Providers Association (AMRPA), taking place in Dallas, Texas, October 15 – 18. This will be the first time STI is exhibiting at this important event, which draws a large number of attendees from the leadership ranks of healthcare rehabilitation providers.
“This is a great audience for us to be showcasing STISIM Drive G4,” said Nelbach. “It still gives us the opportunity to reach the practitioner, but also the executive level professionals that really need to see the ROI and other benefits that come with the technology.”
STISIM Drive G4 will be found in booth 105 during the following exhibition hours:
- Monday, October 16, 11am – 7:15pm (all times are local Central Time)
- Tuesday, October 17, 7:30am – 6:15pm
- Wednesday, October 18, 8am – 11am
Both events will build off of the official introduction of G4, which had attendees talking at the American Occupational Therapy Association’s annual Inspire Conference & Expo, back in April.