Hitachi Digital Media Group finalist at InAVation Awards

Hitachi Digital Media Group

Hitachi Digital Media Group, part of Hitachi Europe Ltd, has pioneered game-changing industry advances since it was founded in 1982, including Short Throw Technology. Today, the projector offering caters to the needs of a broad range of installations, including corporate, education and large venues.

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The InAVation awards will take place at ISE in the RAI: Amsterdam The InAVation awards will take place at ISE in the RAI: Amsterdam

Hitachi Digital Media Group have been named a finalist in the Technology InAVation Awards 2017 in the “Technology for Small Group Presentation – under 20 people” category. The brand was nominated for it’s new LED projector technology, which is ideal for customers in the education market thanks to a range of new and exclusive features.

Hitachi’s new LED projector range is ideal for schools looking for higher reliability and lower maintenance costs, where any equipment downtime can significantly impact the smooth running of a lesson.

Unlike other types of projectors, there’s no longer a dust filter to change, cutting down on maintenance requirements. On top of this, the LED technology uses less energy than older projector technology, making them better for the environment. All this means the total ownership costs are reduced for schools.

On top of this, the new technology means teachers can turn their projector on and off with no warmup time, helping to reduce preparation time prior to lessons as well as avoiding inconvenient breaks in lessons when switching between different tasks requiring different technologies.

The new LED projectors are also brighter than ever before – up to 3500 lumens. This offers more flexibility when it comes to accommodating ambient room light and can reduce the need to dim the lights, which isn’t always convenient in a classroom setting where students are required to work at their desks while viewing the projector screen.

Emma Gayler, marketing manager at Hitachi Digital Media Group, said: “The range of innovative new features in our LED projectors makes them ideal for schools looking to benefit from lower operating costs, greater flexibility in the classroom and better environmental credentials.


“We’re very grateful to have been announced as a finalist at the Technology InAVation Awards, and pleased to see that the range is already being recognised as something significant in the market.”

Visit www.hitachidigitalmedia.com for more information.

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