MAXHUB, an interactive and collaborative solutions brand, has activated many smart classrooms in traditional schools and universities in India in the last quarter. With its interactive flat panel displays and video conferencing products, the company is instilling a highly disruptive intelligent teaching and learning experience into the Indian school system. The company plans to activate 50,000 smart classrooms over the next two years in India.
As part of the global CVTE group which has experienced exceptional growth over the past year, MAXHUB has set new benchmarks in the Indian market. MAXHUB’s flagship products facilitate deeper understanding of concepts through in-class audio-visual experiences.
MAXHUB’s plan is to reshape the education sector. He wants to transform the traditional mode of teaching and learning into an intelligent and advanced infrastructure. MAXHUB has successfully powered smart classrooms at over 7,000 educational institutions, including conglomerates like IIM, IIT, Narayana Group and many more with its line of interactive flat panel displays and audio visual products.
Commenting on the same, Avinash Johri, Executive Director, CVTE India and SAARC Region, said, “We are one of the major industry leaders who are constantly working to disrupt the traditional school infrastructure with our products and solutions based on the AI. Thanks to these solutions, teaching and learning will undergo a great transformation. The pandemic has given schools the much-needed impetus to achieve true digital transformation leveraging emerging technologies such as distance learning, smart classrooms, AI curriculum, and more. We look forward to providing the country with advanced technologies in the education sector.”