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JOI® Smart Classroom solutions to be showcased at Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia’s Seminar Technology Update

by Vyncent ChanNovember 12, 2019
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Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM) will be holding their Seminar Technology Update (UTHMSTU2019), with this year’s topic being Digital Education Technology. In attendance will be representatives from over 200 institutions including K12, Higher Education & Technical and Vocational Education and Training, among others. SNS Network will also be there to introduce the JOI® Smart Classroom.

The JOI® Smart Classroom is a smart school solution which will provide a flexible learning approach for all environments and settings. It harnesses personal computers, education software, compliant local area networks and special access to academic to deliver a new learning experience to students and educators alike.

With the JOI® Smart Classroom, the way students learn is improved by encouraging interaction and discussions. The technology behind JOI® Smart Classroom is delivered by Intel®, which handles the performance and intelligence to improve the classroom setting. Intel® allows educators to make use of vision technology and deep learning to virtually take attendance, measure reactions and engagements and also find ways to improve learning in the classroom. Security and connectivity are also handled by Intel®’s solutions.

The JOI® Smart Classroom solution will be presented in the JOI® Smart truck, where you can understand more about the future of education and the different ICT solutions that will transform education as we know it.

UTHM Seminar Technology Update 2019 will be open to public with no entrance fee charged. If you are interested, you can sign up via the link here. For more information, feel free to Whatsapp or call the hotline at 1700-817-616.

Pokdepinion: Why didn’t smart classrooms be a thing when I was still in school?

About The Author
Vyncent Chan
Technology enthusiast, casual gamer, pharmacy graduate. Strongly opposes proprietary standards and always on the look out for incredible bang-for-buck.

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