The Omnivex Moxie Certified Technician (OCT) Training Program provides training, testing and accreditation to individuals who have experience using Omnivex Moxie and also want to become technical experts with this and other Omnivex products and solutions.
Through an extensive three-day course and a variety of practical exercises, participants learn to design, implement and troubleshoot complex data-driven solutions powered by the latest in Omnivex technology.
|June 19 - 21, 2013||Omnivex office|
|July 17 - 19, 2013||Omnivex office|
|August 21 - 23, 2013||Omnivex office|
Students must have completed the Omnivex Moxie User Training Program.
Exposure to common graphic design applications such as Adobe PhotoShop, Flash or Illustrator is beneficial but it is not required.
All participants must bring a laptop computer with Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7 installed to the session. Participants must have an Administrator-level User Account on their laptop computer in order to install the necessary applications for the training.
The course takes place at the Omnivex Corporation head office.
3300 Highway 7
Toll free: 800.745.8223
Module 1: Introduction: Introduction to the course materials and recommended best-practice workflow methodologies. In this module, students set up for the course by connecting to a network that simulates a real-world Moxie installation.
Module 2: Creating smart, dynamic content: Learn about important data concepts and how Events and Actions react with data to dynamically change content and make it more relevant to the audience.
Module 3: Designing Moxie solutions: Understand how both a simple and complex Moxie network are constructed and how they function. Learn about the Omnivex Moxie licensing model.
Module 4: Creating software-based video-walls and synchronizing diverse content: An introduction to a variety of methods for synchronizing content. Explore different synchronization scenarios through practical applications and exercises.
Module 5: Creating contextual content: Learn how to make content more relevant for an audience. Learn how data offsets are used to display the right content to the right audience.
Module 6: Configuring hardware device interactions: Extend Moxie's functionality by receiving data from external hardware devices. Through practical exercise, learn how open and diverse your data sources can be.
Module 7: Configuring touch screen interactions: Create a touch screen solution. Learn how user interaction extends Moxie's functionality and makes use of Actions and Events for improved audience engagement.
Module 8: Creating a wayfinding solution: Learn how wayfinding has evolved into a dynamic, real-time digital signage solution. Through incremental exercises, learn how to create and manage simple to complex wayfinding installations.
Module 9: Tips, tricks and best practices: Discover how to get the most out of your Moxie solutions by extending what you have already learned. See examples of Moxie features that can improve and streamline the ongoing management, troubleshooting and maintenance of your digital signage solutions.
Module 10: Planning Moxie solutions: Learn how Moxie can be used in a variety of markets and for many applications through group discussion of scenarios and solutions with your Trainer.
Program Completion Requirements
Omnivex training standards specify the minimum requirements for course completion. Future courses may be expanded, as necessary, to include additional material required to meet classroom needs.
A minimum assessed value of 75% on the written examination is required for acknowledgement of successful course completion and accreditation.
NOTE 1: Students may not immediately challenge a second certification exam if they fail the initial attempt. They must first participate in Omnivex-authorized, class-based training sessions before they attempt the certification test again.