Interactive display technology for a hybrid future
Hybrid teaching, as a forward-looking educational concept, is gaining importance due to the continuing threat of the pandemic. The European School of Management and Technology (ESMT) in Berlin, relies on future-proof, interactive visualisation solutions from Sharp NEC Display Solutions in order to maintain high quality teaching standards for both physical and virtual participants in hybrid seminars and lectures.
First choice for Reliability & Service
Where IT support teams are not on-site, Sharp/NEC’s reliability, service and remote management are vital for the smooth and efficient provision of teaching and learning technology at the University of the West of Scotland (UWS) state-of-the art London campus.
At the heart of the news on ARTE
ARTE is a public cultural and European channel whose mission is to bring Europeans closer together, it is financed by the audio-visual contribution in France and Germany. The new ARTE Journal and ARTE Journal Junior studio set in Strasbourg, completed this year, now includes three new Sharp/NEC video walls.
In order to make a museum visit engaging and interesting for a greater number of people, contemporary exhibitions and displays have been making ever more use of digital technologies. Descriptions of exhibits are becoming more interactive and engaging thanks to the introduction of big screens and display panels, projections, and other audio-visual solutions. Russian museums and exhibitions, too, are keeping abreast of global trends.
New FIDS: First-Class Visualisation in 24/7 Operation
Passenger information systems provide guests and passengers with important information about their entire airport visit: from checkin and boarding, to departures and arrivals. Their reliability is a key component for smooth airport operations. To keep guests up to date at all times, SITA Airport IT GmbH at Düsseldorf Airport relies on Sharp NEC Display Solutions.
LED generates excitement and revenue
Indoor and outdoor LED displays help to exhilarate the crowd whilst providing additional revenue streams at the Straubing Tigers ice stadium. Professional men’s hockey team, the Straubing Tigers, compete in the German Ice Hockey League (DEL) playing their home games at the Eisstadion am Pulverturm with a capacity of 5,800 spectators.
Multimedia to relax and unwind
As its name suggests, the aim of the SlowDown hotel is to relax and unwind. From the foyer and tapas bar to the spa and conference centre, Sharp/NEC LCD large format displays, videowalls and an eye catching dvLED wall convey dynamic imagery from nature to generate a calm and cosy atmosphere.
From monitoring to managing – critical control of transport networks
Operational 24/7, the Motorway Traffic Control Centre receives multiple live data feeds from Dublin’s road and tunnel network. A vast 15 metre long NEC video wall provides operators with instant access to information as they maintain safe and efficient traffic management.
A new way of learning
The Parthenope University (Naples) was founded in 1919 as a Superior Center of Culture, it subsequently became a University in 1933. The pervasive use of technology in the education sector saw the University embark on a campus-wide program to update its classroom facilities, harnessing the latest technology to support the teaching and learning process.
NEC forms the immersive engine at the heart of the Sir John Monash Centre
Located on the site of the Australian National Memorial and adjacent to the Villers-Bretonneux Military Cemetery on the Somme, the Sir John Monash Centre was commissioned by the Australian Government.