Helping higher education go higher tech
As colleges, universities and vocational institutions race to meet growing technology needs, they’re choosing Panasonic solutions to enhance classroom learning, campus security and team spirit.
Preparing students for the world by giving them the skills to succeed
In lecture halls, labs and auditoriums, faculty and school administrators need technology to help educate tomorrow’s leaders today. Panasonic is answering the call, bringing advances from industries such as communications and entertainment to create more compelling higher education solutions, including projection technology, interactive displays, compelling digital signage, enhanced audio and virtual classrooms.
Make math, science and history come alive
No matter the subject or curriculum, we’re helping to make it more engaging. Our bright, versatile projectors provide incredibly crisp, clear images that give every student a great vantage point. And with Solid Shine laser technology and filter-less design, they cut down on maintenance costs and disruptions, too. Robust audio systems allow your educators to be easily heard throughout any space, even halls with hundreds of students.
More engaging sports and events
Integrating Panasonic entertainment and arena solutions into your athletics can bring your events to life like never before. Taking a cue from professional sports teams, universities like Florida State and Colorado State are finding creative ways to merge social media with their stadium scoreboards to heighten fan engagement. Others are turning to Panasonic to increase mobile engagement, boost stadium WiFi and integrate digital signage.
Students expect to learn on a connected campus
Your school strives to attract the best students. A big part of what will attract them to your school is a campus with leading-edge technology.
Schools that choose Panasonic have access to some of the most advanced technologies available – such as laser projection, engaging digital signage, interactive professional displays, HD videoconferencing, networked security monitoring, video boards and more. We’d say that’s pretty smart indeed.