Last month ComSpark launched a range of new learning tools into the education market called iVALS (Integrated Video Assisted Learning System), and they’ve already won an industry award!
Operations Manager Mark Rooney was elated to accept a NECA Excellence Award for Best Small Communications Project for the very first iVALS implementation at John Wollaston Anglican Community School. It was a grand occasion which called for all to be dressed to the nines, on a memorable night out together at Crown Perth.
With the tagline: ‘5 Star In-class Communications’, we’re touting iVALS as being the system that finally ‘delivers modern practicality through effective delivery’.
What do we mean by that? Essentially, iVALS are simple, tech, learning tools that aid visual demonstration with a focus on maximum usability. Flick the switch and it works in real-time, first time and every time.
Comprising high grade Audio Visual (AV) components including: tablets, screens, motion cameras, media centres plus all high speed cabling and fixtures – fully installed, the options for any classroom configuration are vast.
In modern times, we’ve become accustomed to the idea of buying technology ‘out-of-the-box’, so to speak. As such we’ve developed two standardised models to offer as an point of entry for any institution.
Single-Play: multi-purpose demonstration consisting of one or more motion cameras and wall-mounted screens with media source input.
Multi-Play: same as a single play system but networked to numerous workstations utilising tablets, touch screens or standard sceens
For more info, iVALS has now has it’s own website at: www.ivals.com.au, otherwise Luke, Mark or Grant at ComSpark can assist you with any queries you might have.