Panasonic enhances media production suite ‘Studio in a Box’

eSchool News

Company highlights K-12 broadcast offerings at ISTE 2015. Panasonic has entered into a partnership with JDL Horizons to offer broadcast consulting for K-12 schools to help them maximize return on technology investment. Students today face a more competitive future than ever before, with forces on the horizon ranging from job automation to overseas labor,” said Scott Thie, Vice President of Education, Panasonic System Communications Company of North America. “It

Panasonic expands SOLID SHINE projector series

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Panasonic, a provider of professional projector solutions, has introduced a new PT-RZ570U 1-Chip DLP Laser Phosphor projector. Vice President, Visual & Imaging Business Operations, Panasonic System Communications Company of North America. “In Recognizing that many institutions run on tight budgets, Panasonic has made reliability and low cost of ownership a primary focus. For more information on Panasonic’s professional projector solutions please visit [link].

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Panasonic showcases the power of K-12 interactive displays

eSchool News

The company’s ISTE presence demonstrated how display technology can be crucial in the classroom. Panasonic , provider of professional display solutions for education, demonstrated its BF1 display technology at ISTE 2016. Panasonic is committed to continual improvement in performance, versatility, and efficiency in the education space,” says John Baisley, Senior Vice President, Visual & Imaging, Panasonic System Communications Company of North America. “We

Why health care startups need a disruptive value network

The Christensen Institute

A coherent value network that covers the upstream and downstream needs of the novel company. Sony and Panasonic entered the market with cheap, portable products using solid-state transistors. Wal-Mart and Kmart, on the other hand, matched the high-volume, low-margin business that Sony and Panasonic could profit from. Health care’s inefficiency and potential for disruption have telemedicine and other tech startups stampeding for the new gold rush.

What post-WWII Japan teaches about economic recovery in 2020

The Christensen Institute

However, the silver lining of nonconsumption is that it implies opportunity , something companies like Toyota, Sony, Honda, Panasonic, and others recognized. Economies around the globe face an uphill battle in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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BlackTrax helps introduce new Audi model to the Chinese market

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BlackTrax helps introduce new Audi model to the Chinese market When prestige car maker Audi introduced its revolutionary A8L luxury saloon to the Chinese market, technical service company Redline turned to the BlackTrax real-time motion tracking system to help deliver the “Wow!”

Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

Via Forbes : “This Company Could Be Your Next Teacher: Coursera Plots A Massive Future For Online Education.” ” Coming soon to a “flexible classroom” near you: “ Panasonic’s human blinkers help people concentrate in open-plan offices,” says Dezeen. “How a 5-Decade Old Education Company Reinvented Itself” – Edsurge interviews the CEO of the company formerly known as Curriculum Associates.