ClassVR is the only fully end-to-end educational virtual, augmented and mixed reality technology
Since its launch in January 2017, ClassVR from Avantis has received unprecedented global interest with a number of large-scale Ministry of Education pilots along with authority and country wide deployments. With an impressive background in delivering projects and tenders at local and ministerial level through different solution implementations, Avantis has the experience, knowledge and understanding of what it takes to make large scale roll outs a success.
Implementing ClassVR for large scale deployments
Implementing technology in classrooms at any scale is a complex undertaking, with highly diverse technical, pedagogical and administrative requirements. Before planning any multi-school deployment, the team at Avantis ensure they work with the authority, district or ministry to clarify key objectives and outcomes to ensure a successful delivery.
ClassVR is the only fully end-to-end educational virtual and augmented reality technology specialist in the world, with full control of every component of the solution. Avantis owns and controls all aspects of the solution, including technology, software, hardware, training, implementation and support. Avantis’ success and skill in this field have been recognised by leading industry bodies with its numerous awards over the past ten years.
East Renfrewshire Education
“We are committed to providing the best learning experiences possible for all our pupils. By investing in this kind of immersive technology it will provide our children with experiences and sensations that they may never experience in reality and brings learning to life in a way that ignites their imagination.”East Renfrewshire Education
The councillor added: “As the first local authority in the UK to make this commitment to virtual reality there is no doubt that East Renfrewshire will continue to be at the very forefront of digital learning in the country.”
CEO for London Grid for
“With this new partnership with Avantis, LGfL is delighted to be able to offer LGfL schools advantageous pricing for the innovative ClassVR product to accelerate the development of AR and VR in the capital and beyond. Our Let’s Get Digital team of former teachers will kick-start this programme with the aim of leading the UK education community in the largest regional implementation of VR in schools the UK.”London Grid for Learning
Customisable Hardware, Management Portal and Interface
Our standalone headsets can be customised for large scale projects. These are available in a range of colours and can be printed with a bespoke project logo. Inside the headset itself your students can navigate a custom ‘home screen’ that suits their needs, selecting experiences from a virtual environment.
Alongside customised hardware, we can create a fully-branded bespoke management portal site for your project or region, bringing all the functionality of the ClassVR Portal in line with your other educational technology platforms.
Curriculum Mapping and Content Localisation
With extensive experience mapping the large bank of educational content within the ClassVR Portal to curricula from around the world, our skilled and knowledgeable team of Educational Specialists can align ClassVR’s VR and AR experiences to your teaching approach.
Whether this takes the form of a simple index correlating to your curriculum, or is a fully embedded solution designed to work in tandem with existing textbooks, our experts work alongside local teachers to ensure we meet the requirements of your project. In many cases, bespoke 360 or 3D content may be required to meet your needs; our team can source and create these resources to build a rich, localised content offering.
Experienced Implementation Team
Implementation is handled by a team that has been directly responsible for the successful installation and implementation of over 200,000 tablets and VR headsets into schools around the world over the past five years. This includes project planning, roll out, and commissioning of components of the solution. The team also handles all aspects of Quality Assurance and Quality Control, both before delivery and at each implementation sign-off once on site. This experience is critical to the success of any project.
ClassVR has its own in-house educational services division, responsible for ensuring the products and services supplied are developed to the highest educational standards, with pedagogically sound structure. The team maps technology use to curricula and learning outcome frameworks across the globe, and designs bespoke training programmes and pedagogic consultancy for the use of technology in the classroom, delivering this to thousands of teachers each year.
Local and Global Support
Avantis now has partners with offices in over 80 countries to support ClassVR customers. The local partners are selected for their understanding of the education sector and experience in educational technology implementations.
The local partners are backed up by a dedicated management team in the UK. This team have direct input to the software, hardware and educational services team, allowing for rapid issue resolution. Avantis’ support teams manage over 200,000 active devices daily, including support, repair and replacements around the world, delivering a high level of service and customer satisfaction.
LGfL and Avantis in Partnership
LGfL and Avantis are delighted to announce a strategic partnership to accelerate Virtual and Augmented Reality learning across nearly 3,000 schools in the UK.
VR for East Renfrewshire pupils
East Renfrewshire Council has become the first local authority in the UK to invest in a class set of virtual reality headsets for every school in the area.
Sri Lanka MOE Deployment
Following a competitive tendering process, Avantis was awarded a contract to deliver 3000 headsets to over 460 schools in Sri Lanka.