Making the Wi-Fi classroom a safer place

Student devices such as smartphones, laptops and tablets, connected to the classroom network via wireless infrastructure generate certain levels of Wi-Fi emission. Today's children are exposed to wireless products from an early age and often throughout their childhood and teenage years.

January 18th, 2015

According to analysts, the level of exposure to Wi-Fi emission in the classroom is affected by various factors, such as the amount of time students are exposed, the strength of transmit and receive signals as well as the volume of data traffic in the entire network and in students’ mobile devices.

By reducing the level of exposure to Wi-Fi emission, Radix can make the mobile classroom a safer place for the students and the teachers, by combining a cross-device emission monitoring of the Wi-Fi environment surrounding the students and using effective anti-exposure means.

Mr. Dov Shoham, Radix’s CEO explained why reducing the exposure to Wi-Fi emission was an absolute must for Radix: “As a recognized world-leading provider of tablet Classroom Management Software (CMS), monitoring and reducing the level of Wi-Fi energy in the classroom enabled us to help schools adopt the fast spreading trend of low cost mobile computing in their schools without losing the benefits and flexibility of Wi-Fi infrastructure,  and reach the maximum education audience with a powerful, flexible and comprehensive solution.

Our customers were very happy to hear that we’re recognizing the significant role of making the mobile classroom a safer place for children and teachers, while giving educators and school administrators the freedom to use any computing platform they choose.”

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About Radix

Since 2001, Radix has developed software solutions that harness years of computer engineering technology experience. The company has quickly become a recognized world leader and developer of premier software solutions such as screencasting, video broadcasting, mobile device protection, centralized management systems and peer-to-peer mobile device communication and control.