Using an open architecture, Utelogy allows campus IT departments to deploy advanced audio-visual technology equipment in classrooms that allow faculty to focus on collaboration and creating a learning experience tailored to the needs of the students.
"We're very excited about the recent growth Utelogy has experienced and this new office will help us continue on that trajectory," said CEO Frank Pellkofer. "Our classroom and conference room will be equipped with a lot of the AV equipment, Academic Technologies, and video technologies you see in higher education and conference facilities around the world."
He added, "We'll be able to demonstrate how Utelogy takes learning and collaboration concepts like Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) to the next level without restrictions. But this facility will also act as a think tank where we study the pedagogies and policies that new technologies affect."
In addition to hosting its new corporate offices, the new facility will serve as both a training and demonstration center, and house the technical support department. Core development will continue to advance in this facility as it will also host the Utelogy skunk-works team.
Utelogy Corporation is changing the way Audio Visual and Academic Technologies are used in higher education, enabling a variety of pedagogies to leverage the local technology. Utelogy Corporation believes the most important facets of education are a combination of human interaction and collaboration with various technologies. These aspects of education are only made better when technology is seamless and easy-to-use.
For more information on how Utelogy is building Software-Defined Audio Video, download this whitepaper on virtualized smart classroom strategy found here: http://ic.instantcustomer.com/go/103902/lead-page-21962 .
About Utelogy Corporation:
Started in 2009, Utelogy publishes an enterprise technology control and management platform without limits. Users enjoy a flexible, future-friendly AV control and management environment that puts the power in the hands of the user. More information: http://www.utelogy.com/ .
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