Classroom Technology Solutions--Q-NEX AV Control System

Gone are the days when the classroom is simply a room with rows of desks and a couple of whiteboards hanging on the wall. Nowadays, modern classrooms are designed to be fun and engaging. A school’s budget will determine what technology solutions they can implement because there are many different brands, models, and types of technology available on the market. Educators are realizing the importance of audio and video technology in the classroom, so sales of AV equipment to schools have increased every year for the past several years. These aren’t gimmicks, either. They make learning fun for students who are accustomed to using technology on a daily basis.

A New Way of Learning
A/V technology is allowing teachers and students to connect in new, more effective ways.
The smart campus solution can help educators reach their teaching goals, transforming the way they approach the classroom. These technologies are useful for everything from lesson planning to evaluate students' work. Q-NEX AV control system is highly integrated classroom centerpiece for power control, access control, AV matrix switch, networked AV distribution, local and networked device management. 

Main AV equipment in the classroom

Display device
In the classroom, there are three main types of display devices: projectors, interactive displays and TVs. Interactive displays with improved touch technology allow multipoint gestures and applications, such as IQTouch HC900 Pro, integrating the world's only dual-camera, interactive flat panel, a kind of touch panel, 4k large screen with wide viewing angles to deliver vivid, sharp imagery in any kind of lighting.

Projection systems are meant to display content in a large format so that everyone in the classroom can see it. Interactive displays allow for more engaging lessons, since they keep students more interested in what's going on. A practical application for interactive technology could be allowing multiple students to solve a single equation simultaneously, and then allowing other students to compare and evaluate their approaches.

Here are some ideas, an LED interactive flat panel display, a projector, and screen, or an interactive whiteboard are just some examples.

Content sharing tools
A content sharing tool is something that you can use to transfer content from a display device, like an overhead projector or document camera, to a screen. In classrooms where physical objects like books and maps are frequently used, these devices make it easier for you to share them on a large screen. Document cameras are a major upgrade from the old overhead projectors because they not only enlarge text for easier reading—they can also display images, movies, and audio with excellent fidelity. Furthermore, content sharing can occur from a source device such as your laptop or teacher’s computer. This can be as simple as connecting with an HDMI cable or using something more advanced like wireless presentation products. For examples of wireless sharing, please see the IQShare wireless presentation, like wp32, and wp40.

Audio devices
No AV installation is full without the required audio tools in modern education and learning consists of making use of multimedia, and digital audio is essential to developing an abundant and vibrant experience in the class. For big class or amphitheaters, an AV installation would consist of microphones, switchers/matrixes, amplifiers and numerous speakers found in tactical places to enhance audio circulation. You can undergo a checklist of brands as well as devices that work with Q-NEX AV distribution solution.

Video conferencing devices
If 2020 has shown us anything, it is that video conferencing options are called for in even the most not likely of areas! Conferencing permits trainees to get in touch with classrooms, despite where they are, and enrich their social education and learning with just a couple of switch presses. Conferencing also allows instructors to bring professionals into the class for special lessons. Classrooms, as well as auditoriums, must be equipped to be able to give distance-learning or video-based education and learning. The devices needed to make it possible for video-based education and learning are internet video cameras as well as depending upon the selected platform, a video codec.

The surge of A/V modern technology has actually coincided with the increase of correspondence courses, and also distance education is no longer just the province of universities and community universities. Currently, K-12 institutions also capitalize on distance education, and with lecture capture and also streaming capacities, educators can provide lessons complete with video and sound anytime, anywhere. It's an exceptionally hassle-free choice for pupils.

A/V services are discovered anywhere, from the corporate conference room to the residence. More than ever, however, they are a crucial part in the class, and also a significant aid to instructors. For more information about AV control system for the classroom, please visit our Q-NEX, or contact us at