Smart takes education to next level

Smart Technologies is highlighting the latest solutions in the realm of interactive learning during GITEX Technology Week.

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Smart takes education to next level Fright: Smart is a trailblazer.
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 9, 2011

Smart Technologies is highlighting the latest solutions in the realm of interactive learning during GITEX Technology Week.

A leading company in the field of interactive whiteboards, Smart Technologies is presenting a number of new solutions for the business and education sectors at the show, which it says will help to transform the education landscape.

Alongside its existing portfolio, Smart is also showing its new 800 series interactive whiteboard, which encourages true student interaction through multi-user capabilities, and support for commonly used multi-touch gestures which are recognised in Microsoft Windows 7 and Mac Snow Leopard; the SMART Table interactive learning centre, which is aimed at early education use, and the entry level SMART Board 400 series.

“As a company with hands-on experience that spans over 20 years and a global position as the leader in the deployment of interactive whiteboards, Smart has a wealth of knowledge and expertise that we are showcasing through our extensive product presence at GITEX this year. It is also a great platform to connect with a wide audience and meet with channel members, end users and prospective customers,” says Aaron Fright, Area Manager for Smart Technologies ME.

“Smart has been a trailblazer from the start and we hope to demonstrate our capabilities and wide ranging portfolio of solutions for both businesses and education companies,” he adds.

Along with its hardware line-up, Smart is also showcasing its software solutions, and its professional development and training services.

“GITEX is a key component in our efforts to communicate with stakeholders and prospective customers in the region. GITEX is a leading platform to discuss emerging trends and keep abreast of technological advancements,” Fright adds.

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