School Program (STEAM)

We are passionate about integrating Real-World IoT and STEAM into students’ everyday experiences at school.

We are all about connection, linking sensors to learning spaces and making connections in the community and other countries.

We are helping schools shape the minds of the next generation of thinkers.

‘Endless possibilities for student engagement in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics’.

We provide smart furniture that provides sensors and school pride. Connecting a host of sensors including:

  • UV
  • air quality
  • Waste

with secondary/primary school curricula – from classroom to playground. Showing students how their world works in their immediate environment.

We are working with world class leaders of STEAM and education to implement our technology in Australian schools, helping to empower and educate students to become better global citizens.

Talk to us about organising an informative incursion with your school.

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