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In another new development called ``Telemedicine'', Pedagog has a three-phase development plan with the assembly to provide A & E junior doctors with a palm top PC, enabling them to access specialist advice and visual information as they deal with patients in trauma.
Mr Lewis's AM, Tory David Davies, has called for a full investigation into public funds paid to Pedagog.
He said Mr Lewis was the only ex-employee of Pedagog still owed money and that he would be paid.
He also predicted a bright future for Pedagog following a fresh investment package.
Mr Davies said, 'Large amounts of public money have been paid to Pedagog and I find it worrying that the company has not been able to pay Mr Lewis the money he is owed.
As far as Pedagog is concerned, Finance Wales followed a consortium of private sector investors in facilitating a pounds 1m investment in 2002.
EnterTech's president and CEO, Mark Tolner, stated: "I believe that the widely heralded convergence of technologies will now be capable of being offered in exciting new ways by EnterTech and WorldNet and that the concept of incorporation of content into the business models of communications providers, such as those of our partners Talk Visual and Pedagog, is not only sound but fundamentally important if the consumer is to be provided with the finest possible information and entertainment content seamlessly and conveniently.
And in another new development called telemedicine, Pedagog has a three-phase development plan with the Welsh Assembly Government to provide accident and emergency junior doctors with a palm top PC, enabling them to access specialist advice and visual information as they deal with patients in trauma.
The Assembly's Economic Development Minister, Andrew Davies, said, ``Our relationship with Pedagog and Dr Ta'eed goes back several years.
Talk Visual, Pedagog and EnterTech recently agreed to deliver a broad selection of news, weather, movies, music, video and live interactive entertainment over ISDN and DSL telephone lines to TV225 videophone owners in their homes, businesses and public locations worldwide as well as via cellular telephones to users of Windows CE platform PDAs such as Microsoft's recently announced Pocket PC.
EnterTech's president and CEO, Mark Tolner, stated: "I believe that the widely discussed convergence of technologies has taken a further, significant step forward with this agreement and that the concept of incorporation of content into the business models of communications providers such as those of our partners Talk Visual and Pedagog is not only sound but fundamentally important if the consumer is to be provided with the finest possible entertainment seamlessly and conveniently.