While work flexibility is a clear desire of most workers, creating a truly flexible corporate culture requires lots of preplanning, and it’s definitely not a one-size-fits-all policy.
Colleges like FIU and ORU are using telepresence robots to better engage their students and keep lessons lively.
FIU is using telepresence robots to boost distance learning interactions in classes at its home base in Miami and a distance class in China.
With robotics solutions on the rise in higher education, here are 6 ways colleges can benefit from them.
Gary Crowe, CFO of Ricoh, explains how his company has saved money and boosted productivity through collaboration.
Telepresence robots and other geo-vision technology helps Oral Roberts University provide a better distance learning solution for its remote students.
Released at InfoComm Connections 2015, VIA Campus is a wireless presentation and collaboration solution serving the education market with usability for corporate training areas.
From collaboration and presentation systems to wireless audio solutions, InfoComm Connections 2015 showcased numerous A/V solutions for K-12 classrooms and beyond.
Trinity University invested in combinations of TEKVOX’s products for the infrastructure of its Innovation Center.
When Business Interiors updated its conference spaces with new AV, the goal was to create spaces where vendors could train and present to customers. Utilizing a unique architectural system, Dirtt, the project created some interesting audiovisual specification. Corona Integrated Systems rose to meet the challenge in a short time frame.