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Educational Technology CTOUCH Leddura XT


Covering all the topics in the technology sector this month


The interactive technology landscape is constantly evolving and bringing new opportunities for teachers. Education investments not only need to be future-proof but also enrich the learning experience and motivate students.


The University of Bath rolls out Wi-Fi


experience of guest lecturers, university visitors, student's families and prospective students by providing fast and free connectivity during their visit. With smart devices, and mobile infrared reflectors and state of art vector software, CTOUCH ensures a smooth touch experience. All CTOUCH displays include up to an impressive 32


WITH THIS IN mind, it’s easy to see why CTOUCH is the European market leader of interactive large format displays. Leddura XT displays feature stunning 4K resolution, an OPS slot for integrating a computer into the display, and an optional bezel-docked Soundbar to provide 90 wats of crystal clear sound. The Smoothboard The University of Bath has hit another enables classroom collaboration for up to 40 devices, whilst the superior 3 year on The service will enhance the piece of mind.


Air software bundled with the displays key milestone in its £100m development plan by deploying camp s-w de Wi-Fi.


-site de/re-installation warranty ensures


Active IRO technology makes CTOUCH the fastest and most accurate touch displays in the market. By combining multiple optical cameras with powered ternet in particular, becoming part of everyday lif , prospective students and external lecturers are constantly connected and need to stay that way


wherever they are. As such, the University of Bath is responding. "We know that when visitors come to the University of Bath, they need to get online – whether that's to do research, share documents or simply browse the web. Providing a fast internet connection is vital since we have so many the touch surface to the ideal he ght for all ages of children as well as for the teachers, offering state-of-the-art image quality and touch interactivity wherever learning takes place. ET


available in 65”, 70” and 84”, are made of toughened 5mm anti-glare glass, more than robust enough to stand up to classroom use over the long life of the display – which at 50,000 hours is equivalent to 15 years of typical use. The multi-point touch screen


experience is in keeping with the widespread adoption of tablets, mobile applications and digital content which has led students to expect more interaction as they learn. Wall- or trolley-mounted using a


height-adjustable electric system brings people visit us each year," explained


“In the fi rst month since roll-out, we saw over 10,000 users get online”


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Neil Francis, network manager at the University of Bath. He added: "The free Wi-Fi service is


available across the campus from now. Initial usage fi gures highlight how popular the service is going to be – in the fi rst month since roll-out, we saw over 10,000 users get online, with an average dwell time of more than two hours. "Clearly the demand for fast


internet access from our non-student visitors is high and we are pleased to off er this service."


touch points. The multi-touch LED displays,


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