Kramer AVoIP system brings flexible learning to Finnish school

Kramer AVoIP system brings flexible learning to Finnish school
Integrator Advania built the new school’s AV system around Kramer AVoIP products with the Kramer KC-Brainware-25 hardware platform used to control all deivices over ethernet in 25 classrooms.

Brainware is a software application that enables users to execute actions from a computer such as scalers, video displays, audio amplifiers, Blu−ray players, sensors, screens, shades, door locks, and lights.

One hundred Kramer KDS-6 devices were used to stream audio and video with 4K at 60Hz. A KDS-EN6 encoder and two KDS-DEC6 decoders were installed in each classroom.

Twenty-five Kramer KT-107 wall and desk mountable touch panels were also installed in each classroom. These panels support wired PoE and advanced WiFi connectivity, the 7-in multi-touch 1280 x 800 resolution panels, provide tutors one-touch access to all connected devices available in the room.

Kramer’s cloud-based K-Touch Control software, allows tutors to securely mirror the control panel’s interface on an existing iOS or Android auxiliary device, such as a smartphone or tablet. The set up is identical in each classroom, allowing for tutor flexibility.

Kramer’s AV solution is also used for the school administrations morning ‘opening ceremony’ a 10 minute announcement where tutors can share messages to the students. The system can also send out warning systems via a silent alarm.

Akvarelli is a new, multi-purpose learning centre, supporting over 600 students aged 3-16, from pre-school to secondary education located in Forssa, Finland.

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