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PolyVision Takes Whiteboard Surfaces to the Next Level, Enhancing Learning Environments around the World

PolyVision, a global manufacturer of CeramicSteel surfaces, announced today the launch of a new premium surface - PolyVision e3 CeramicSteel duo. Optimized for projection and dry erasability, the surface meets the growing needs of today’s classrooms by supporting both technology integration and traditional teaching methods. The new surface, which is scientifically engineered to reduce glare, strives to increase student concentration by reducing visual fatigue, will debut at this year’s International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference

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PolyVision CeramicSteel Panels Provide Gateway to Vital New Infrastructure for 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi

PolyVision, a leading manufacturer of CeramicSteel surfaces, partnered with Bautrade and Front Engineering to provide smooth, durable wall panels for the main road tunnel of the new traffic corridor built for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. This new transportation route serves as the primary passenger artery for the games, combining railway and road traffic. It extends nearly 48.2 km (30 miles) from Adler Alpica, where the airport is located, and leads into the mountain ski resort Alpika Servis.

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Leo Gypen is elected President of the European Enamel Authority

Leo Gypen, Director of Surfaces Research, Development and Quality of PolyVision, a leader in the development of teaching and learning technology, has been elected President of the European Enamel Authority (EEA). The announcement was made last month at the general meeting of the EEA, which was held in the frame of the 2012 International Enamellers Congress in Cologne, Germany.

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PolyVision provides e3 environmental ceramicsteel for an interactive TV

PolyVision, a leader in the development of teaching and learning technology,has been instrumental to the FATIH Project by providing all the ceramic steel writing surface for the boards that will incase LCD TVs, to be introduced to an estimated 620,000 classrooms, enabling ICT supported teaching in Turkish schools.

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