Rishubh Nayar is the Director for Christie Digital Systems(India) Private Limited. He has over 12 years of professional experience in the areas of account management, market and channel development, business analysis and sales. Rishubh undertakes the important role of promoting Christie’s advanced visual solutions to numerous clients and business partners throughout India and South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation (SAARC) nations. Under his astute business acumen and hard work, Christie has attained market leadership for high-brightness projection and display solutions in India, with many of its products showcased in high profile events and installations across major corporates and PSUs in India.
Education is one market which remains affected by the recent pandemic. The rise of digitalization in schools across the world over the period means that regular teaching is evolving, and technologies are taking over classrooms. But, up to what extent can technology help teachers in enhancing learning environments and keeping their students engaged in learning
The digital revolution in the education sphere means students have access to the best resources at the click of a button in any distant place. In this current digital weather, technology takes the front seat, and the education sector is by no means behind.
There have been important steps made to update higher educational institutions in India. As the second-most populated country in the world, education is an important factor in the country’s development. Today, educational institutions are spread across many domains that are run by private, government, and autonomous bodies. Not only have there been an growing demand for educational technology, pro-AV technology has also been widely adopted in recent years. The
deployment of Pro-AV technology is beginning to shape the way we teach, learn and inspire, for such solutions are designed to offer flexible, innovative techniques that improve both performance and learning outcomes, and can introduce exciting new revenue streams and opportunities for all. Pro-AV technology is now recognized as an integral part of the infrastructural requirements of educational institutions and many of them are stepping up their game in this are:
Digital learning can also support student’s self-monitoring skills, cooperative learning, and diverse learning needs while focusing on activities and problems by integrating authentic materials and simulating learning processes. Utilizing educational technology, educators have begun transforming instruction, assessments, and the overall concept of the classroom. These solutions empower teachers to be increasingly innovative in their teaching methods to improve student success and engage them like never before. And new technologies are poised to push this transformative wave even further. Augmented and Virtual Reality can deepen and enhance teacher instruction while simultaneously creating immersive experiences to better engage students: bringing the outside world into the classroom and the classroom into the outside world. Virtual reality also has the potential to increase visual and technology literacy in the long run
Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, and higher-resolution devices that will help them create a more stimulating learning environment in the long run. Along with VR and AR , Laser projection is certainly one of the most innovative technologies of our time, and it has become a gamechanger because it offers longer lasting brightness, lower maintenance and improved colour and contrast over lamp-based models. Laser projectors are here to stay, and the education market is certainly one area that will benefit from laser projection. Unlike conventional displays that have a size limit (unless a large canvas is available), the switch to laser projection is a one-time investment which can help educational institutions achieve visuals that are many times bigger, sharper and brighter than conventional displays, and at affordable prices.
Improving the strength, reliability, and accessibility of the network is crucial for digital transformation and enabling teachers to manage online testing while allowing students to access video and other media intensive content. In the end, it is not digital technology that will transform education, but people: with digital technology serving as an effective tool to bring about a culture of learning.
It is important for educational institutions to toil with a group that is committed to work together with them, and possesses the right tools and resources that are needed to achieve the intended goals. It is also essential for both parties to work towards having a feasible business framework that focuses on the educational institution’s short term and long-term needs.