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Epson’s Education Solutions

Epson’s Education Solutions

The following article has been re-posted from menafn.com.

UAE- Epson’s education solutions demonstrated at GESS pave way for more collaborative, interactive and dynamic classrooms.

(MENAFN – Dubai PR Network) Dubai, UAE; 24 February 2019: Epson’s market leading solutions for the modern classrooms on display at the Global Educational Supplies and Solutions (GESS) from February 26th 28th, makes learning more efficient as they connect collaborative groups, and empower both teachers and students.

On display at GESS are Epson’s bright full HD Projector EB-990U that offers multiple connectivity solutions; EB-710UI, which offers ultra-bright 100-inch Full HD images, and a set of collaboration and sharing tools to make creating engaging lessons easier; and WorkForce Pro WF-C869RD3TWFC printer that prints up to 84,000 pages without having to replace the ink, and uses up to 95 percent less power than competitive color lasers.

Jeroen Van Been, Director of Sales, Epson Europe B.V says: ‘At Epson, we understand education, and our solutions take into account the collaborative, technology driven classrooms of today. Our interactive display solutions provide a scalable image size, so every student gets a perfect view without losing image quality or needing constant zoom adjustment. Having the right sized image for a room can make a huge difference to levels of concentration, enjoyment and understanding. Our 3LCD technology combines high resolution, brightness up to 8,000 lumens for dedicated education sector projectors. We also have projectors with lumens up to 25,000 for other sectors. Our technology provides rich colours to produce vivid, engaging images even in brightly lit classrooms. Teachers can easily move around the room and effortlessly share Chromebook content with wireless connection to the classroom’s interactive display.

‘GESS, being the region’s foremost event to learn and experience the best solutions for teachers and students, is the ideal event for us to showcase our products and technology’, adds Jeroen.

Epson’s EB-990U projector, on display at GESS, is a full HD projector offering 3,800 lumens. With the iprojection app, it is easy to display content from PCs and smart devices. It comes with 16W speakers that provides powerful sound even in large rooms and removes the need for additional speakers, saving both time and money. A microphone input is also available.

Another highlight at the Epson stand is EB-710UI. It is a multi-PC projection software that allows teachers and students to share content simultaneously. The projector ensures that students can read everything on the screen with the interactive ultra-short-throw laser display solution, delivering collaborative lessons on a large scalable display to promote greater sharing and participation in the classroom. The moderator function allows teachers to remain in control, choosing what student content to display. It comes with a dual-pen and finger-touch annotation for easy control.

Time and cost savings are important to the education sector and Epson’s WorkForce Pro WF-C869RD3 TWFC, on showcase at GESS, saves on energy. Reduce waste with this reliable 4-in-1 business MFP, featuring predictable printing costs and low user intervention. The printer features a range of software and tools that provide secure printing options, efficient scanning and helps to manage devices remotely.

Epson will be present at stand B30, Sheikh Saeed Hall, DWTC.

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Laser Projection Market In Depth Study Analysis

Laser Projection Market In Depth Study Analysis

The following article has been re-posted from www.digitaljournal.com

Global Laser Projection Market is expected to reach USD 11.8 billion by 2025 from USD 4.36 billion in 2017 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 19.3% in the forecast period of 2018 to 2025. The upcoming market report contains data for historic year 2016, the base year of calculation is 2017 and the forecast period is 2018 to 2025.

Global Laser Projection Market, By Product Type (Laser Projector and CAD Laser Projection System), Illumination Type (Laser Phosphor, Hybrid, RGB Laser, Laser Diode), Vertical (Enterprise, Public Places, Cinema, Education), Geographical Segments (North America, South America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa)- Industry Trends and Forecast to 2025

Key Players: Global Laser Projection Market

The renowned players in laser projection market are –

– Panasonic Corporation (Japan),
– Sony Corporation (Japan),
– Seiko Epson Corporation (Japan),
– Barco NV (Belgium),
– NEC Display Solutions (Japan),
– BenQ Corporation (Taiwan),
– Casio Computer Co., Ltd. (Japan),
– Delta Electronics Industry Co., Ltd. (Taiwan),
– Optoma Corporation (US),
– Ricoh Company, Ltd. (Japan),
– Canon Inc. (Japan),
– Christie Digital Systems (US),
– Digital Projection (UK),
– Dell (US),
– FARO Technologies, Inc. (US),
– Hitachi Digital Media Group (UK),
– LAP GmbH Laser Applikationen (Germany),
– LG (South Korea),
– ViewSonic Corporation (US),
– Xiaomi Inc. (China),

Market Definition: Global Laser Projection Market

Laser Projection is defined as a device that provide changing laser beams on a screen to produce a moving image for professional or entertainment use. It contains of a housing that covers lasers, galvanometer scanners, mirrors, and other optical components. It has various feature which include high brightness, long lasting laser light source, WUXGA resolution and 10,000:1 contrast ratio for clear, crisp and bright projection, installation flexibility, built­in multi­screen edge blending and warping, motorized and wide lens shift range, reduce blending maintenance with a smart sensor continuously measuring and adjusting the illumination output and many more. It has a wide application in enterprise, public places, cinema, education and others.

In 2017 IMAX’s launched new laser projectors in a Movie Theater. It is developed for bright and sharp Colors are so bright and intense that they now add even more realism to computer-generated images and the future will change the movie theater.

In 2017, Epson launches a first 3LCD laser ultra-short throw projectors. It is a laser projection technology on the ultra-short throw projector platform. It build innovative laser features to connect people and technology with solutions for creative ideas, displays and collaboration across a variety of sectors, including corporate spaces, educational institutions, retail spaces, and anywhere that long life, minimal maintenance and low cost of operation are significant.

Market Drivers and Restraints:

Significant advantages of laser projectors over traditional lamp projectors
Increasing adoption of laser projection technology for various applications
Less maintenance cost/total cost of ownership

Market Segmentation: Global Laser Projection Market

Based on product type:

– Laser Projector
– Cad Laser Projection System

Based on illumination type:

– Laser Phosphor
– Hybrid
– RGB Laser
– Laser Diode

Based on vertical:

– Enterprise
– Public Places
– Cinema
– Education

Based on geography:

– North America
– South America
– Europe
– Asia-Pacific
– Middle East & Africa

Some of the major countries covered in this report are U.S., Canada, Germany, France, U.K., Netherlands, Switzerland, Turkey, Russia, China, India, South Korea, Japan, Australia, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, and Brazil among others.

Competitive Analysis: Global Laser Projection Market

The global laser projection market is fragmented and the major players have used various strategies such as new product launches, expansions, agreements, joint ventures, partnerships, acquisitions, and others to increase their footprints in this market in order to sustain in long run. The report includes market shares of laser projection market for global, Europe, North America, Asia Pacific and South America.

In 2018, Optoma launches ZH420UST a new laser ultra-short throw projector. It provide multiple installation features, including built-in edge blending and warping, HDBaseT, four-corner correction and many more.

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Industry Report Suggests Demand for Ultra Short Throw to Remain Strong

Industry Report Suggests Demand for Ultra Short Throw to Remain Strong

The following article has been re-posted from thehonestfacts.com.

An up to date business intelligence report compiled at the headquarters of Transparency Market Research (TMR) has notified that the shares in global interactive projectors market are fragmented and the competition is intense. The analyst of the report has detected that the major players of the interactive projectors market are focused on harnessing new technologies and making an impression their consumers to stay ahead of the curve. The report has identified BenQ Corp., Seiko Epson Corp., Dell Technologies Inc., Touchjet Inc., Optoma Technology Inc., Panasonic Corp., Sony Corp., Hitachi Ltd., NEC Display Solutions Ltd., and Boxlight Mimio as a few players who held moderately prominent positions in the global interactive projectors market as of 2018.

If the projections of the TMR report are to be believed, the global interactive projectors market will attain a value of US$5.97 billion by the end of 2025, with the demand multiplying at a steep CAGR of 21.80% during the forecast period of 2018 to 2025. Application-wise, the education sector is currently providing for the most substantial chunk of demand in comparison to corporate and government. In terms of product type, the interactive projectors market has been bifurcated into standard throw, short throw, and ultra short throw. The latter has been identified to remain most profitable.

The Asia Pacific interactive projectors market is forecasted to expand at an above-average CAGR of 24.30% during 2017 to 2025, which is a reflection of growing number of small and medium enterprises and government funding for the educational sector.

Striking advantages over conventional projectors is the primary driver of the growing demand for interactive projectors. The advanced projectors are ideal for e-learning, a trend that has been flourishing in the recent past. These projectors allow a teacher and more than one or two students to interact via the same screen simultaneously.

Check out our Epson interactive projectors here: EB-695Wi, EB-696Ui, EB-700U, EB-710Ui.

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Creative Agency Uses Epson Projectors for Projection Mapping

Creative Agency Uses Epson Projectors for Projection Mapping

A US advertising agency has used some of Epson’s most advanced large venue projectors to deliver interactive work for its clients.

Creative agency All of It Now, based in San Francisco, has been using Epson Pro G and Z-Series projectors to develop amazing visual displays and sophisticated projection mapping designs.

The firm, which offers live digital video production, interactive design and 3D production, recently used some of the Pro Z-Series projectors to create a 60′ x 80′ planetarium-style projection mapping installation at the space-themed Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin, Texas.

Danny Firpo, managing partner at All of it Now, said projection mapping was in a constant state of change.

“Projection mapping is an ever-changing thing – it has evolved a lot,” he said.

“The surface being projected on has very specific interplay and communication with the image being mapped, bringing it to life. The vibrant images from Epson projectors have allowed us to create some really special displays – everything from large-scale building mapping to atmospheric projecting on a tree.”

All of it Now chose to work with Epson projectors for their mapping displays because of the bright colours they offer within their class. “Specifically, the Epson Pro G and Z-Series large venue projectors have outperformed other projectors with a 20-30 percent higher lumen rating,” said Mr Firpo.

“One of the really great features we’ve found with the Epson Pro Z-Series specifically is the SDI input – being able to use the same cables that we use for cameras,” he added.

“Being able to have a motorised zoom and motorised focus helps with setups with less than an hour of turnaround time. And the interchangeable lenses on the Pro G and Z-Series have given us the flexibility to take the same projector and multiple lenses to troubleshoot and solve problems on the fly.”

Epson Interactive Projectors now with SMART Notebook® Collaborative Learning Software in Australia and New Zealand

Epson Interactive Projectors now with SMART Notebook® Collaborative Learning Software in Australia and New Zealand

Epson Australia have announced that educators in Australia and New Zealand now have more options for delivering lessons with interactive capabilities for effective learning as their interactive projectors can now be used with SMART Notebook software, the world’s leading collaborative learning software.

Under this arrangement, Epson will sell SMART Notebook software through its reseller network, either when purchased with an Epson interactive projector or for existing interactive projector customers, allowing educators to easily select the industry-leading collaborative learning software. Both Epson and SMART will provide customer support for their respective products, giving educators full confidence as they bring more interactivity into classrooms and other learning spaces.

 

This is an addition to existing agreements in the U.S and Europe, where SMART has granted distribution rights for its proprietary collaborative learning software to Epson as part of the company’s software accessibility strategy.

 

“This collaboration in ANZ underscores Epson’s commitment to delivering technology tools to teachers that will enhance and transform the education process,” said Craig Heckenberg, Epson Australia’s Business Division General Manager. “The combination of SMART Notebook software and Epson’s interactive projectors provides educators with the flexibility to create high-impact lessons that bring learning to life.”

 

“With our ongoing commitment to educational software, including developments for both desktop and cloud-based options, we are enabling more natural and effective learning anywhere, anytime on any device both inside and outside the classroom,” says Greg Estell, President, Solutions, for SMART Technologies. “SMART’s strategy is to make the world’s most popular collaborative learning software available to more schools, teachers and students around the world and we are excited to be working with Epson, and its leading line of projectors, as a step towards realising this goal.”

 

Award-winning SMART Notebook software is intuitive and easy to use, allowing students to learn naturally, without the technology becoming a distraction. Educators can quickly create and add relevant and customisable content to their lessons, making them engaging and impactful. Supported by the SMART Exchange™ website, teachers can find resources, share lesson material and exchange tips and success stories about using SMART products in the classroom. With over 65,000 digital resources available in 23 languages, teachers have access to images, videos, and pre-created SMART Notebook files and lesson activities correlated to curriculum standards.

 

Epson’s award-winning range of short-throw and ultra short-throw interactive projectors offer advanced connectivity options to project onto any existing whiteboard, wall or other smooth, light-coloured, hard surface. Epson interactive projectors offer finger-touch2 as well as multi-pen support and built-in annotation technology that allows teachers and students to instantly interact directly with a projected image from a variety of sources beyond the PC, including tablets, smartphones, document cameras, Blu-ray players and more. These cost-effective projectors models deliver a large interactive learning area with variable image sizes from 60 to 100-inches diagonal (WXGA), depending on model and include HDMI connectivity.

 

Shipments of Epson interactive projectors with SMART Notebook software licenses will commence on 2 May 2015 in Australia, with New Zealand to follow shortly thereafter. SMART Notebook software licences will be available for existing Epson customers through Epson and SMART resellers.

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