07/08/2018 - NEC’s new headquarters in Illinois features 6,000 square feet of showroom space broken into application-specific vignettes, to include Education, Corporate and Transportation.
“Our new offices are a representation of what NEC Display is today – a high tech, innovative provider of business solutions,” says Todd Bouman, CEO, NEC Display Solutions of America, in a press release.
“We’re excited about this Briefing Center because it really gives us the ability to showcase our solutions to various interests – to press partners, anaylists, customers, alike,” he said. “It’s almost like having our own InfoComm-DSE-ISE all wrapped up into one where we can not only show the cool technology but more importantly show how our solutions actually fit together in real-life environments.”
Education – both K-12 and universities – “has been and still is a huge part of the NEC display business,” said Keith Yanke, Director of Product Marketing.
As such, there is a lot to tackle in the NEC Briefing Center’s education vignette.
“What we’re trying to do here is not only show how projection and large-format displays are typically used in a classroom-type environment, but also bringing collaboration into that room and connecting two different display technologies via software from DisplayNote.”
DisplayNote engages students by wirelessly casting a teacher’s screen to connected student devices. It makes learning more collaborative and engaging.
Take a tour of NEC’s new briefing centre.