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ProcessPreservation is a unique solution to the high cost of employee turnover, the
problem of universal quality, and the need to archive critical skills for future applications.
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ProcessPreservation is a new hybrid of genres and media developed in cooperation with the Department of Energy. ProcessPreservation uses high resolution video with step-by-step instruction sets and other relevant genres for distribution over intranet or by large-format drives for training or long-term archiving.


Imagine that you manufacture a specialized engine, and employee turnover is impacting your bottom line. You decide you need an inexpensive system for accelerating training. We capture the entire process and configure the information into an environment for just-in-time instruction.


Imagine your process takes more than 80 hours of critical, step-by-step procedures. You need instructions that permit employees to look at exactly the instruction set they need, exactly when they need it, and can do it from the shop floor.


Suppose you are outsourcing the manufacture of your Queen Anne Chair. You want your contractor to construct it using the same exacting processes and quality you demand at your own plant.

We can create a "best practices" for how to construct the chair and configure it so you may distribute effective demonstrations to any remote site.


You are a DOE research lab, and you are preparing to discontinue production of high-performance, nuclear-weapons, decelerators. The entire process takes more than 90 hours of complicated and critical steps, so although you are discontinuing manufacture, you need to archive the processes.

This is where we cut our teeth. We can archive any process, and all our projects are in compliance with OAIS RM Archival specifications.


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This is the first of three interfaces developed for this module.This is the second of tro interfaces in this project.This is a sample of video taken from wrenching processes.This is captured image from video explaining how to remove a hood from a truck.This is a scene captured from a video describing the process of adjusting the valves on a 383-stroker.This is a captured segment of video explaining how to move the hood to a safe locaton.This is a segment of video shot under a truck in a darkened environment.