Remote centralized control of devices improves the working way, resource allocation, personnel management, and device maintenance in a school. The main four benefits are as follows:
Centralized control on one unified platform decreases labor costs. Set a scheduled task to automatically power on/off the devices in the classroom before and after class, which ensures no extra energy waste. For device failures you found, send the repair report to the platform so that the IT admin can access the repair in time. That avoids the scrapping of faulty devices and prolongs the usage period. From many aspects, remote central control can reduce the cost of the school to a large extent in the long run.
Remote centralized control allows administrators to allocate resources according to needs instead of giving out each device one by one to teachers who want them. It saves much time for teachers and administrators because they don’t need to go back and forth between different offices for different resources anymore.
IoT based on the devices of the campus
The Q-NEX IoT centralized control box can be used to build an IoT-based network over your campus. It allows you to connect multiple classroom devices such as displays, lights, air conditioners, speakers, etc. to a Q-NEX Networked Media Processor(NMP), which enables remote turning on and off these devices through the network.
Breakout distance and venue limitations
The Q-NEX NMP can also be used to facilitate remote collaboration which is no longer limited by distance and location. IT Admins and faculty can centrally manage and control devices with effortless operation anytime and anywhere according to the needs of different application scenarios.
The flexibility of resource allocation
When it comes to campus management, you want to be able to react quickly. With Q-NEX Smart campus-wide AV distribution, you can do just that.
The resources including messages, audio, and video on a platform can be distributed through the LAN regularly like class ringtones, live speeches, and real-time notice according to the emergency situations. It gives you the power to allocate resources more efficiently without restrictions.
Q-NEX is dedicated to building a smart campus with centralized device control. Our Networked Media Processor (NMP) can not only realize device control, and networked AV distribution auto-executing scheduled task and repair reports mentioned above, but also support audio and video matrix switching, cloud storage, access control, live streaming, and so on. Through web-based Q-NEX platform Console or Q-NEX App software, it is easy to centrally control the devices throughout the campus in real-time or in the schedule.
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