In Lenovo’s exhibition space, the latest educational solutions, from new tablets to digital security software; VR demo on the ThinkReality platform, for remote control of content and cases of expertise, the Italian institutes that have taken Lenovo’s solutions for managing modern teaching from pocket to cloud.
Lenovo, the global leader in the education market, participates in the fifth edition of the Fiera Didacta Italia, from 20 to 22 May at the Fortezza da Basso in Florence, an annual event aimed at promoting the debate on the world of education between institutions and associations, entrepreneurs, teachers and school leaders to create a meeting place between schools and companies in the sector.
In Lenovo’s exhibition area (Stand T 41) in the Spadolini Pavilion (Ground floor), Lenovo’s latest hardware and software solutions for teaching will be previewed to the Italian market. The new solutions are specially designed to meet the needs of modern teaching.
- That Lenovo 10w tablet is the ideal solution for younger students, thanks to the rubber-reinforced bumper and Corning® Gorilla Glass, which protects against everyday use. This 10.1 “tablet has a removable keyboard and removable pen (optional) for taking notes and highlighting content.
- Lenovo 13w Yoga is the convertible PC designed for students and teachers, with a spotless keyboard and Gorilla Glass, this PC has a 13.3-inch FHD screen and integrates a standard FHD camera, 5MP camera (optional) and 4G LTE connection: ideal for use even remotely or outside school environments.
To help schools better protect their students, Lenovo is introducing the new filtering, content management and online security solution to the Italian market. Lenovo NetFilter. It is a 2-in-1 solution that offers cloud web filtering solutions and threat protection enabled by artificial intelligence (AI) software.
At the Lenovo Exhibition Center, it will also be possible to try virtual reality (VR) experiences with Mirage VR S3 viewers, designed for the best immersive experience in an educational environment, on the Lenovo ThinkReality platform, for remote control and content development. in a professional environment.
During the exhibition, Lenovo will present excellent examples of institutions that have adopted Lenovo technologies to simplify teaching, facilitate access, and develop the skills that the world of work seeks. The workshops will be held in room E11 on the ground floor on Friday 20 May and can be booked online:
12:00 – 12:50: Lenovo and Microsoft’s solutions for training the digital skills required by the job market. Speakers: Higher Technical Institute (ITS) Angelo RizzoliMilan Head of ICT in Lombardy with ITIG Marconi, Department of Dalmine (BG), the school of “creators”, the professionals of the future. To reserve
13:00 – 13:50: Preparing students for a digital future: Lenovo and Google’s solutions for modern teaching. It intervenes Steam International High School, a school in Rovereto (TN), which has adopted a revolutionary didactic approach supported by Lenovo technology. To reserve
14:00 – 14:50 – Lenovo PC + infrastructure solution to train students in cutting-edge technologies, both at school and at home. It intervenes CE Gadda Institute of Higher Education di Fornovo di Taro (PR), which created a virtual desktop infrastructure to enable students to train in advanced PC-assisted design technologies available both at school and at home. To reserve
Lenovo will also be present at the partner exhibition areas, together with Campustore it will promote the school league of e-sports run by Lenovo Legion, the first championship for competitive video games in Italy, while in the area reserved for MR Digital it will be possible to try immersive virtual reality experiences on didactic content, such as one of the most famous literary works in the world, Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy.
“As a global leader in the sector, we have the task of developing innovative solutions and services that enable students, teachers and leaders to get the most out of teaching, which has recently been accelerated towards digital, which opens up enormous opportunities for growth, inclusion and collaboration within the school system, which includes families, ”he said Riccardo Tavola, Lenovo Education Manager in Italy.