The solution – comprising a short throw projector, a monitor screen, and the Media Station – is said to bring a host of intelligent features to any classroom environment. It provides for three channel synchronised recording and one channel interactive or remote classroom function, besides uploading simultaneous streaming, and play even while recording. It also provides for video conferencing with interactive screen control and annotation, and presentation auto index with keyword search function.
Agnostic as it has been made to be, the system can support any of the Crestron, Extron or AMX Controller. It also comes with easy touchscreen OSD when used with A7i projector or tablet device.
The yet-to-be-launched solution was shown at the IFI as a testing exercise to measure its receptivity by Indian market.
“It is the best solution for any classroom environment,” explains Tarun Jain, Deputy General Manager, Hitachi Home Electronics Asia (S) Pte Ltd. “We are targeting premiere academic institutions like business and management schools and technology institutes besides universities.”
Claimed to be highly popular in the Chinese and Japanese markets where it is said to have been widely adopted in school education segment, the LCS solution would be introduced in India by the end of this year, or early 2018.