The company’s new simulators include tetherless and wireless patient simulator Newborn Tory, Newborn HAL and advanced birthing simulator Victoria and other high-fidelity simulators.

The new lineup includes Tory S2210 and HAL S3010 newborn simulators, Victoria S2200 and Noelle S574.100 birthing simulators, Surgical Chloe S2100 patient simulator, Susie S500.200 advanced obstetric simulator and S500 childbirth simulator.

Gaumard Scientific executive vice-president John Eggert said: "The FIGO meeting is a great opportunity for those who have not yet seen our simulators to become familiar with the wireless-tetherless experience, which enables practitioners to easily administer and monitor care as they move our high-fidelity simulators across clinical care locations."

Gaumard introduced family of Noelle maternal and neonatal care simulators in 2000, and HAL simulators with tetherless technology in 2004.

Gaumard Scientific’s products are mostly used in the pre-hospital, obstetrics and gynecology, surgical and nursing care segments.

The firm directly markets its products in North America, while through distributors in around 70 countries.