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The evolution of AV technology in education

Education audio visual solution showing students using interactive touch screen

Whereas an overhead projector was once the most hi-tech piece of audio visual teaching equipment, today’s educational spaces feature interactive touch screens, projector screens, wireless presenting, and wireless microphones. Plus, there is a superb range of digital signage for schools to enhance the experience of pupils and staff alike.

The aim being to drive engagement as well as attract prospective students and teachers. After all, both learning and teaching are more compelling, inspirational and fun, when new technologies are embraced.

Digital Vision AV are experts in installing AV solutions to the education sector, solving many audio visual challenges, so get in touch today.

AV technology to inspire and engage the next generation

As well as this, education benefits from video conferencing, which has become an essential tool for students, teachers and parents. 

Whether it’s a school, college or university, teaching spaces and techniques are evolving. From lecture theatres and assembly halls, to classrooms and meeting rooms, from 18th century manor houses to ultra modern classroom blocks, AV is taking centre stage.

Here at Digital Vision AV, we have decades of experience supplying and installing audio visual solutions to a wide range of educational institutions, so get in touch or simply call us on 01442 620078 today.

Presentation using commercial audio installation of lapel mic and speaker

Modern education demands modern AV equipment

Education audio visual virtual reality AV equipment being used by child

As audio visual technology advances, so does the strain on your network. 

When you consider the use of tablets, smartphones and laptops within learning settings is also increasing, it could mean a change of infrastructure is needed. Not just to take the additional load, but also to ensure the right content and network access is available to users.

Even VR (virtual reality) and AR (augmented reality) have become key tools to teach certain courses. Without doubt the education landscape is changing for the better and updated AV equipment can make learning more engaging and accessible for all.

AV installations for the education sector

At Digital Vision we pride ourselves on recommending and installing flexible, easy-to-use, bespoke solutions, taking into account the existing equipment and budgetary challenges.

We’ll ensure that there’s minimal disruption and provide training of any equipment installed to ensure it’s used efficiently and effectively. Teachers will be able to get on with their job and students will have less distractions. We can also provide servicing and ongoing maintenance to ensure there are never any interruptions to the services being provided. 

We offer a free site survey and quote so if you’d like to know more about how your space can benefit from modern AV equipment get in touch!

School AV projector screen installation in classroom setting
Education AV case studies
Education audio visual interactive whiteboard

St Joan of Arc Catholic School

Upgrading an AV system in the face of budgetary constraints, a mix of legacy systems and the need to carry out work outside of lessons.


School AV

A meeting space needed an AV upgrade so it could be used as
a classroom as well as an area to hold video conference calls

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    "It’s no exaggeration to say video conferencing and other technology solutions have enabled us to keep the business going and functioning effectively during the COVID-19 pandemic."
    Peter Thorne, Head of Technology, Smart Energy GB