ECGSimulator.Net was first developed by Pace Symposia, Inc. in 2006. Pace Symposia was one of the largest authorized providers of American Heart Association ACLS, PALS and BLS classes in the state of California between 1995 and 2016, training nearly 100,000 healthcare professionals during that time.
Over the years, Pace Symposia developed many state of the art tools to improve the learning experience in their classes. Their software ECG Simulator was developed to replace the expensive Laerdal HeartSim 2000 ECG Rhythm Generators that were widely used at the time.
In 2016, with the retirement of it's founder and CEO, Bill Hurd, Pace Symposia shut it's doors for good and ECGSimulator.Net spun off as it's own company dedicated to further enhancing their core product that has become a staple for many in the medical education field. With their renewed focus, ECGSimulator.Net is poised to become the most flexible ECG teaching tool on the market.
On August 16, 2018, the long awaited update, ECGSimulator.Net Version 2.0, entered public beta. Version 2.0 is expected to be released for sale before the end of 2018.