Eurotech, the supplier of embedded technologies, products and systems, has received a contract from Energy International for a total estimated value of 1.7M USD to supply the Eurotech display computer as the processing platform for digital whiteboards. Eurotech signed a 12-month agreement to supply the hardware and infrastructure for college dorm room digital whiteboards.
A state-of-the-art university will use the digital whiteboards in dormitories to provide students with university announcements, schedule changes, video messages and other information. Timely display of such messages will keep students informed of happenings that affect them on a real-time basis.
"Eurotech worked with us to develop an embedded platform that met the needs of the client's scope of work," said Allie Bazzy, president for Energy International, USA. "We are confident the Eurotech platform will deliver the performance and reliability necessary for our client to offer both routine and emergency information to students in their university dorm rooms."
"Energy International, one of the top consulting engineering companies in the nation, chose Eurotech for this digital whiteboard project because of our experience in delivering intelligent computing platforms for demanding applications" said Greg Nicoloso, Chief Executive Officer for Eurotech in North America. "We met their rigorous specifications for a college dorm digital whiteboard with in-wall mounting, and we worked with the engineering firm to design a fit for purpose fireproof enclosure behind the display for extra safety."