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Innovative products for education at BETT 2009

Thursday, January 15, 2009

BETT 2009, the largest educational technology exhibition, took place between the 14th and the 17th of January in London. 650 companies presented innovative solutions for the 21st century education, and the organizers estimated that more than 30,000 visitors from all around the world visited Olympia Hall. 

As every year, at BETT are hosted revolutionary education products launches. The new products encourage the use of modern technologies for developing the education systems to better face the 21st century challenges. SIVECO Romania and SANAKO Corporation launched SANAKO Study Science Lab. 

The virtual lab offers teachers and students the possibility of running science experiments in a secure and attractive environment. The AeL Science Lab, the digital interactive content developed by SIVECO Romania, facilitates the science experiments. The AeL Science Lab includes 400 interactive lessons of biology, chemistry, physics and mathematics. 

SIVECO Romania is a well-known company for developing interactive educational content. The partnership with SANAKO, a company that supplies educational platforms all over the world, represents a real opportunity for us to consolidate our position and demonstrate at international level how valuable the Romanian eLearning solutions are”, said Otto Zelch, Line of Business Manager within SIVECO Romania. 

Also, in the SIVECO’s booth, the company’s representatives gave presentations of the AeL eLearning solution. The creation and development of interactive educational content and eLearning platforms became a domain in which SIVECO Romania stands out. The major projects implemented by the company have over 7 million beneficiaries in Romania, and countries from Europe, Africa, Middle East and CIS. 

The recognition of AeL and the awards received in the past recommend SIVECO Romania as one of the most important suppliers of eLearning solutions in Europe. 

The 25th edition of BETT focused this year on the following major themes: personalized learning, digital curricula, the modernization of schools and education management. The special areas dedicated to testing the new technologies permitted the interaction between the IT specialists and the direct beneficiaries: teachers and students that visited the exhibition. The objective feedback received in real time from the participants represented an extremely useful information regarding the development strategy of future education resources.