It all began in 2015, with a challenge launched by the CHUM (Hospital Center at Montreal's University) to design a remote-controlled glucometer simulator. The founder, Mike Boutin at the time was finalizing a program in electronics and robotics and was looking to devote his time and effort to a project that would be useful to others. After meeting with the CHUM's simulation specialists, he returned to school and worked day and night until the end of the project four months later. Since the solution was exactly what they expected, the CHUM acquired the technology. His school did the same with his nursing program after seeing the prototype in action. With many units sold and a convincing proof of concept, something was taking shape....Innov2Learn was born!