As technicians, designers and enthusiasts for medical simulation, we see it as our task to set a new standard in the area of audio-video-debriefing with our mobile and fixed facilities.
Who we are
SIMStation was founded in 2011, with a background of 20 years’ experience as a professional service company in the fields of multimedia software, as well as broadcasting and stage media technology. As a young, dynamically expanding company with over 20 employees, we design and develop highly innovative audio-visual systems for medical simulation at our site in Vienna, and advise simulation and training centres on the planning and implementation of simulation-technology facilities.
Our interdisciplinary team consists of software developers, designers, media technicians, architects and engineers. In our own laboratory and workshops we research and develop, in close coordination with our international clients, innovative solutions for the future of medical simulation.
The entire process of software development and hardware production takes place in our own facility. As technicians and enthusiasts of medical simulation, with our mobile and stationary AV installations, we see it as our duty to set a new standard in the field of audio-visual debriefing, and facilitate more effective debriefings for everyone, through increased operational quality and ease.
Since 2013 we have implemented numerous SIMStation systems in, so far, 14 different countries, from the individual in situ facility right up to major simulation centres. Amongst others, renowned medical universities in London, Paris, Munich and Vienna rank among our customers.
SIMStation is distributed worldwide, either directly from our headquarters in Vienna (for Northern and Western Europe), or through another distributor and partner, including those in the US and Middle East. In order to be continually learning and discovering the demands for further developments of our systems, our employees attend in situ training all over Europe and take part in national and international simulation events.