Offers new interactive solutions for classrooms.
Press Release: Panasonic understands that in the education sector, integrating the latest technology is more important than ever to attract and retail talent. This year at GITEX Technology Week 2012, Panasonic will host a dedicated section displaying its complete range of educational solutions.
Panasonic products offer students and faculty a new real learning experience as it integrates the latest technology, providing a holistic approach to improve the overall student learning and social interaction experience. These products provide exciting ways to communicate and exchange ideas, facilitating improved learning experience.
“The Middle East education sector is witnessing a paradigm shift and is getting ready to embrace new solutions and systems to improve and enhance the quality of education. With the new evolving digital world, a lecturer to student interaction cannot compete with the digital natives, who learn on their own. The information on a given topic is no more restricted to a notebook. The information is abundant and easily accessible to everyone. As a result, the sector is racing ahead to inculcate these new e-learning techniques and methodologies into the classroom and curriculum”, said Suzuki Yuichiro, Senior Manager, System Solutions, Panasonic Marketing Middle East and Africa.
“With our educational solutions, we are looking at deploying high-performance campus networks”, added Yuichiro.
Interactive projector PT-TW231R
The PT-TW231R series is an effective presentation tool as it projects images onto a large screen in a limited space; making lectures go smoothly by eliminating glare of the projection light and the shadow on the screen.
A carefully engineered short-focal lens allows large 80-inch projection from a mere 86 cm (2.8 ft) away from the screen surface. The projector can be placed next to the screen, which allows a presenter to stand in front of the image without his/her shadow being cast on the image. The PT-TW231R is equipped with a feedback camera for the interactive function, which enables text, graphics, or lines to be written onto projected images. A pen and a pointer containing infrared sensors are included.
The start-up screen can be customized using the Logo Transfer software from the Panasonic website to customize the projector and/or for theft prevention. Also, direct Power Off allows the room’s main power to be turned off immediately after use.
The projector comes with a long replacement cycle of up to 4,000 hours for the lamp and a durable multilayered filter. The filter and lamp are easily replaced from the top even when the projector is installed on the ceiling. Furthermore, presentation support/control tools such as presentation timer, Freeze Function, and Digital Zoom.
The Panasonic stand at this year’s GITEX Technology Week is located in hall 3 stand B3-1 where breakthrough solutions for business, industry and consumer will be showcased under the theme ‘Smart Solutions, Eco Innovations’.