Shanghai Fomde Information Technology, a subsidiary of Dragon Capital, has launched a multimedia system designed for use in school and university classrooms.
The independently developed system, called Network Central Control TNC-1000, has attracted immediate interest from the education community, with 500 remote stands sold and more contracts pending.
By pressing centralized control buttons on the surface of the remote stand, users can simultaneously control the operations of electronic equipment, including DVD and VCD players, projectors, lights and curtains. Maintaining the classroom media through one centrally controlled remote stand saves time and is more convenient than operating segregated machines. An important time-saving feature is the one-key trigger function which allows for the completion of a series of preset actions by touching only one key.