Casio will be presenting its coveted Bright Minds Enterprise Award for 2013 at this year's BETT exhibition in London. The Bright Minds Enterprise judging panel, which features Apprentice and Young Apprentice stars Nick Holzherr and Zara Brownless, will hear from the four student finalists as they present their unique business ideas on Casio's stand at the exhibition. The overall winner will be announced on the final day of the show and presented with the award.
Alongside the Bright Minds Award's presentation, Casio's own 'classroom of the future' stand (D50) will host Casio's new technologies for 2013: 'Casio Signage' - a new range of digital signage solutions for schools and universities, and an ANDROIDTM tablet designed specifically for the education sector.
Built to survive life in any busy school, college or university, the rugged and stylish Casio V-T500 helps to improve students' creativity and communication skills. As will be demonstated at BETT, it also serves as the ideal tool for teachers, whether in the classroom or out on a field trip. Casio Signage is a new and powerfull tool that will enable educators to provide way finding and electronically updated information distribution anywhere in a school, college or university. Casio Signage captivates passers-by with a realistic customisable character that talks to them from a screen.
Casio's Product Marketing Manager Gemma Platt: "We're bringing two really fresh technologies to BETT this year: Casio Signage is compact and requires no installation work, and of course it can be updated faster than any sign writer can work. The highlight for teachers and students however, might be our new Android V-T500 tablet. Unlike most tablets, it's built to be dropped, knocked and thrown around whilst still being useful as an engaging teaching aid."
You can see all of these and more at stand D50 at BETT from 30th January to 2nd February 2013.