Vivitek supports BYOD at BETT 2019
At BETT 2019 (On stand number C135), Vivitek will show how its products can propel classrooms and lecture halls into the digital era, ensuring connectivity, engagement and modern learning aids for teachers and students alike.
Vivitek’s offerings for education are supported by a five-year warranty on projectors.
With technology becoming more central to learning, and students and teachers all increasingly bringing their own devices into learning spaces, Vivitek will showcase its BYOD solutions with the NovoConnect range.
One product of the NovoConnect range is the NovoTouch wireless collaborative flat panel which offers an all-in-one option for the classroom and students. The NovoTouch platform is Android-based and it can accommodate wireless connectivity from mobile devices or laptops with Windows, MacOS, iOS or Android operating systems.
Similarly, Vivitek’s NovoCast - a standalone wireless BYOD collaboration system that can be combined with any existing screen or projector - offers a collaborative approach to group work, allowing a split screen display from four devices. All NovoConnect products feature digital annotation and voting-polling capabilities as well as teacher preview, ensuring that ideas in the classroom can be shared.
Vivitek’s NovoDS Solution is a signage tool for school announcements, timetable sharing, scheduling for events, or the cafeteria’s daily menu. With the NovoDS Cloud service, school staff can remotely publish real-time info to display screens anywhere on the campus, making it suitable for real-time announcements or use in emergency situations. It has been designed to make it easy to create 4K digital signage content instantaneously, thanks to software features without the need for any programming or special training.
Visitors to the Vivitek’s stand will also be able to experience the Qumi projector series. The portable HD LED projector is suitable for the curriculum in primary schools, offering a range of capabilities, and built-in wireless connectivity.
Also on display will be the DH4661Z Full HD laser solid-state illuminated projector, which has been developed for large screen projection in smaller spaces. It is capable of being installed in places that would be a challenge for conventional projector.