Kramer Electronics has introduced its Kramer Schoolroom Solutions campaign, which is designed to help education facilities easily specify technology which injects flexibility, handsfree connectivity and secure networks into multiple classroom environments.
Designed for K-12 school administrators, IT managers and integrators worldwide to easily navigate between solutions offering various learning needs, Kramer Schoolroom Solutions are engineered to adapt to rapid change across classroom styles with new technologies and products at a cost-effective price.
Aviv Ron, vice president of business development and strategy at Kramer, commented: “The recent global pandemic has highlighted that the learning landscape for academics and students is set to change, with many establishments continuing to bridge the gap between in-class and remote lessons. We’ve been able to combine our wireless and Kramer Maestro automatic zero-touch technologies into unique packages which enable IT managers to deploy them across the campus in a more efficient, future-proof installation.”
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As concerns grow over equipment hygiene, Kramer Schoolroom Solutions encourage BYOD connectivity and automated hands-free classrooms. These latest tools also support hybrid learning, actively promoting class participation, reducing teacher set-up time and offering a variety of connectivity options.
The accurate reproduction of teaching materials is crucial to supporting lessons. Kramer’s systems support automated scaling and switching of content from BYOD devices to ensure picture quality matches the display technology resolution. In addition, the systems support live streaming to all major video platforms and carry video signals up to 4K.
For IT departments that require more off-site management, the solutions promote remote servicing and reduce the amount of unnecessary service calls. Its user-proof automation and networked capabilities provide a full overview of the campus site system and supports a ‘grow-as-you-go’ technology vision, with backward compatibility with existing systems.