Prowise Releases Touchscreen Ten G2 Interactive Whiteboard Aimed at ‘Secure Educational Environments’

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The Prowise Touchscreen Ten G2 is promoted as the first interactive whiteboard aimed at secure educational environments. But, it acts just like a normal IFP as the new interactive whiteboard is equipped with Android 11, four pens with pick-up recognition, an anti-bacterial glass plate and hundreds of educational tools and apps.

The Prowise Touchscreen Ten G2 is integrated with education-focused and MDM software certified by the Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik (BSI). The BSI is the global authority on cybersecurity and tests for the highest standards of data protection, information security and data storage. The development of Prowise Presenter (with which teachers create lessons), Prowise Screen Control (to manage touch screens remotely) and cloud services (for software updates, for example) has been rewarded by the BSI with the IT-Grundschutz certificate.

On the Prowise Touchscreen Ten users benefit from a pen-on-paper writing experience via four supplied pens and, using pick-up recognition, picking up a pen is directly linked to an action such as opening the annotation function. The display bonding (no space between the glass and the LCD panel) and the nano texture (etched into the glass) ensure that smart writing functions such as palm and object recognition can be used to their full potential.

The interactive whiteboard is equipped with hundreds of educational tools and apps, which can be used without additional costs or a PC module. Among others, the display supports the popular Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, Skype and Zoom packages for remote teaching. The teacher also has access to frequently used digital teaching tools on the interactive whiteboard, such as a mind map, memory, number line, proportion table and a work planner.

Integrated with an anti-bacterial glass plate that kills 99% of all the most common bacteria for five years, the IFP also includes sensors allow the quality of parameters such as humidity, temperature, CO2, gases and dust particles to be measured locally and remotely.