Globisens amazed BETT visitors with the triple award winning Labdisc, as well as a rich portfolio of brand new products launched at BETT 2014.
As part of the prestigious Plan Ceibal, the project leaders also looked to improve science education from elementary school right through to University. Here a solution was required that could offer more sophisticated science functionality, while still be intuitive and robust enough for very young science students.
Dovi Bruker, Globisens CEO was one of a handful of selected BETT exhibitors featured in the 2014 SecEd Bett Supplement's Technology in 2044 article. Globisens can be seen at BETT, stand A120 by the visitors entrance. Here's what Mr. Bruker prophesized for the future of education,:
Christopher Maxwell, STEM Product Manager at Edit Microsystems visited a rural South African school where 800 students must share a single science lab equipped with 11 computers. The school invited Mr. Maxwell to provide 11th grade learners, struggling with complicated science concepts, with some Labdisc inspiration. Mr.
At last week’s Gala dinner for the UK E-Learning award competition, which took place at the central London Marriot Hotel, Globisens were announced as first place winner. The award was accepted by the company’s UK partner Mike Carter from Tyncan.