During the last years, the University of Kassel has broadened its digital learning technology and offers.They record lectures to offer them ‘on demand' for students not being able to attend classes in person, they livestream lectures and generally focus to enrich their ‘hybrid learning'.They keep a focus on balancing their on-demand and remote learning sessions with in-person lectures and classes.
Panasonic's glass-to-glass education solution, a complete chain of content production from capturing and mixing distribution and display, fits into the university's requirements while ensuring futureproof technology, easy usage and constant development.Panasonic projectors, PTZ cameras and Auto-Tracking Software are used in conjunction with the Panopto video management tool to record, stream and store all lectures.The PTZ cameras and projectors are installed in more than 20 rooms and halls and are all controlled centrally in one control room via Panasonic controllers and mixers.
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