For Q-NEX, we offer 4 solutions to deal with the different situations.
The first one is smart classroom solution. It upgrades your traditional classroom to a smart classroom. All the classroom devices could not only be centrally managed by the IT admin, also easily operated by teachers. They can remotely control the devices by the web-based platform Q-NEX Console from anywhere with Internet access or QNEX app. This means that technical administrators have to come to each classroom and power on and off the devices before and after class. And it also avoids the wasting of electricity.
Let’s talk about the solution of the lecture capture system first. Along with serious the pandemic situation, remote learning became the main trend. Recording courses are requested for schools to enable students to study at home. Just use video and broadcast systems to record courses, then push them to other classrooms through Q-NEX NMP, or to third-party platforms, and children at home or in other classrooms can participate in the course.
In terms of the lecture hall solution, It is expected to match with other products, such as a podium, etc., upgrade the ordinary platform to an electronic platform, and have a good budget. There are usually many devices on the lectern. If one NMP can integrate so many functions, devices on the lectern will be much easier to manage, and it would be easier for multiple display devices in our lecture hall to switch. You also can set up multiple screens to display the same content or different content.
With respect to campus-wide AV distribution, it aims at the areas outside the ordinary classroom, such as the library, corridor, canteen, etc., which can make full use of their display equipment to make full coverage of campus broadcasting. The menu can be presented in the canteen for students to view and the recommended books are shown on the screen in the library.
Q-NEX can be used in every area in the school, and achieve whole-school management.
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