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IntelliSchematic, a division of Telemedia, Inc., has been issued a patent for its iSchematic application. The patent addresses IntelliSchematic’s methods and systems for providing integrated tools for machine-related information exchange.

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The patent encompasses how IntelliSchematic’s HTML-based iSchematic application offers a unique approach to machine documentation. iSchematic provides clients with validated, interactive schematics. These schematics can be used for training, skills development, or for on-the-job troubleshooting. iSchematic also improves how critical machine information is accessed and exchanged across a workforce.

“At its foundation, iSchematic helps workers with different knowledge backgrounds apply vital maintenance information effectively to specific machines operating in their plant,” said Brad Jensen, President IntelliSchematic. “We are thrilled that the patent for iSchematic has been approved, as it is a testament to the solutions IntelliSchematic provides to our clients.”

One of the key aspects of the patented iSchematic is its ability to turn static machine documents into living applications that supply technicians with customized tools and data needed for machine maintenance. iSchematic helps our clients easily understand how specific components work together to perform the different functions of the machine. By interacting with the application, facilities can give workers the solutions needed to troubleshoot the machines in their facility more efficiently.

About IntelliSchematic: IntelliSchematic and sister company TPC Training Systems are divisions of Telemedia, Inc. – a privately held company located in Buffalo Grove, IL. Leaders in technical, safety, and machine-specific training, IntelliSchematic and TPC have trained over 3.2 million workers at 35,000 companies by employing proven resources rooted in employee development. IntelliSchematic utilizes technology to deliver machine-specific information, training, and process knowledge to workers in any industry.

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