As Adobe ends support for its Flash software platform by the end of 2020, Area9 Lyceum has a new, artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics enabled solution, Rhapsode BRIDGE™, available for education companies and corporate learning and development departments. Rhapsode BRIDGE™ will enable companies to migrate their Flash content and materials up to five times faster and more cost effective than alternative solutions.
Adobe’s decision to stop support for Flash will require companies to migrate their software and content to new open formats, such as HTML5 and SCORM. The problem is significant for many companies who are still searching for an efficient strategy to migrate their large libraries of education content based on Flash.
Using AI and robotics, Rhapsode BRIDGE can facilitate the transition from Flash to a responsive platform up to five times faster than the alternatives. The process starts by capturing the Flash output and processing with an advanced ingestion layer to generate a library of resources. These are rebuilt again using Area9’s Rhapsode CURATOR™ to a responsive component with the same or better functionality as the original.
When the content is rebuilt, it is critical to validate it. Area9 Lyceum has used its industry-leading experience to build new workflow automation and technology platforms to massively streamline such reviews and validation processes.
The final step is to publish the content with a brand-new technology that can cross compile the learning packages into modern formats, such as HTML5, ePub, SCORM, LTI, QTI – or to Area9’s adaptive format. This allows companies to use the most advanced education specific technologies to do the migration of their content without getting locked in or having to make the full investment towards adaptive learning.