The TAPit touch accessible learning platform will take centerstage within the Stampede exhibit.
Stampede (www.stampedeglobal.com) will move commercial AV to the very front of the class next week at Bett 2018 in London when the global leader in value-added distribution returns for the fourth year in a row to Europe’s most important ed-tech trade show with the industry’s broadest range of AV solutions designed to meet the needs of resellers and end-users in the increasingly tech-centric channel. The company will be exhibiting at Stand B-64 in the Excel London exhibition center.
“While everyone understands that technology is fundamentally transforming the educational experience, resellers are now realizing that it is critically important to work with a distribution partner who totally understands how the parts, the individual tools and devices, can and must be integrated into a complete system that empowers teachers to educate in a way that is transparent to the class,” Stampede President & COO Kevin Kelly said today. “Stampede’s team understands how to make AV technology a powerful, but invisible presence in the modern classroom.”
Stampede will be showcasing a complete range of solutions from a broad array of manufacturers that cover every major AV touchpoint in the classroom. “From projectors and lamps to screens and displays, from mounts to speakers and drones to whiteboards, Stampede is strategically positioned to serve as a complete one-stop distribution resource for anyone involved in the European education channel. We can provide the complete solution in a way that other distributors simply cannot match.
A highlight of this year’s stand will be TAPit, the touch accessible learning platform that is the first interactive learning station designed to provide accessibility to students of all learning abilities. The TAPit platform offers an optimal interface for teaching students with special educational needs at their own pace, by reinforcing skills that can be transferred to other computer-based learning applications using the Internet, educational software, or communication devices. This unique platform serves a wide range of special needs by providing easily accessible screen and LCD panel adjustments, in addition to offering multiple modes of learning that accommodate tactile, visual and auditory learners, among others.
According to Kelly, Stampede’s Bett 2018 exhibit participant list includes Christie, Diamond Lamps, Ebeam, Hitachi, TK Team, Tapit, Unicol, Walkera and Yuneec. The products being showcased include lamps, interactive flat panel displays, LED displays, UST laser projectors, smartboards, trolleys, dry-wipe walls, brackets, drones, and the TAPit platform.