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Philips details global education drive

Philips Professional Display Solutions (PPDS) has set out details of a new project aimed at helping children in educational settings around the world.

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The Philips T-Line interactive displays range was first unveiled in February

This will see the dedicated interactive Philips T-Line interactive displays being made available for use in educational settings, with PPDS saying the technology will help enhance the learning experience.

First unveiled in February, the new Android-powered T-Line are available in 65”, 75”and 86” size variants, with all models equipped with a wide range of out-of-the-box features and functionality.

PPDS says such features will transform any educational space into a “hot-bed of active interaction”, which in turn will enhance the overall learning experience and overcome traditional barriers.
 
Harold Niericker, product management strategist for signage at PPDS, says: “We’ve really done our homework and used our learnings to design a truly game-changing solution.

The Philips T-Line truly brings classrooms together and creates a highly collaborative environment where students are encouraged to have their voices heard

“The Philips T-Line truly brings classrooms together and creates a highly collaborative environment where students are encouraged to have their voices heard.

“With the education technology market set to more than double in value by 2022 to $40.9bn, the role of technology in classrooms has not only become an essential component for teaching and learning, it is also increasingly a key decision-maker for parents and students when selecting their school, college or university.

“We feel a deep responsibility in supporting the education market, ensuring students and tutors alike have the tools they need to be the best they can be.”

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