The vision of Senses Electronics was to change the traditional teaching methods of educational institutions. Prashant Peethambaran, co-founder and CTO of Senses Electronic, talked about their focus on developing the Indian education sector through their new technology. “The company intends to let every teacher teach concepts accurately and effectively, every student experience interesting learning easily, and ensure that parent has confidence in their children’s learning,” he said. Therefore, they established the Intelligent Interactive Panel (IIP), which has successfully installed more than 8,000 devices in more than 700 schools in India. In fact, Senses Electronics holds up to 70% of the interactive panel market in the Indian education industry.
The company aims to provide state-of-the-art classroom solutions for the growing education sector in India. "Our interactive smart panel can meet all the teaching needs in the classroom. This is a solution based on an integrated LED panel, where the IIP can be used as an automatic whiteboard and run a piece of electronic content in the classroom. When we say integration, it is a system with high-resolution LED display, 20-point touch, powerful i7 CPU, audio amplifier and USB, Bluetooth, Ethernet and Wifi connections," Peethambaran said, adding that it is a Windows-based The open system supports any online and offline electronic content. The easy-to-use built-in whiteboard application supports free writing, image/video annotation, text and shape recognition, gesture control on unlimited canvas, artificial intelligence-based voice recognition, and more importantly, saving and sharing whiteboard sessions on email and cloud.
The benefits to students are obvious-they get a better viewing experience than traditional smart boards. Because it is zero radiation certification and low luminous level, it is completely safe in the classroom. "Students can easily collaborate on important whiteboard sessions shared via email or cloud. Classroom lectures can be recorded in static and standard video formats, and students can use these formats for effective learning," Peethambaran explained.