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Turning Technologies Releases Triton Data Collection System

Turning Technologies announced the Triton Data Collection System, coming this fall.
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Turning Technologies announced the Triton Data Collection System, coming this fall. The Triton Data Collection System consists of a proctor receiver with proctoring software, a central administration web portal and ResponseCard NXT clickers. The software was designed for use by test proctors and requires minimal training. The patented solution allows for real-time proctor monitoring of test progress while operating in no to low bandwidth environments, capitalizing on Turning’s proven radio frequency technology. The system does not require any software installation and item response data is always encrypted for security.

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