Two Transformative Classroom Charging Solutions Win Best of ISTE 22 Awards

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  • Jul 31, 2022
Two Transformative Classroom Charging Solutions Win Best of ISTE 22 Awards

JAR Systems, a leader in charging technology, was present in full force at the International Society for Technology in Education’s ISTELive 22 conference this week. Among the products they exhibited, two standouts, the Elevate USB-C Charging Cart and Active Charge Power Bank were recognized as “Best of Show” by Tech & Learning. Each year Tech & Learning hosts a panel of judges to celebrate the products and businesses that are transforming education in schools globally. “We are honored to see the Elevate USB-C Charging Cart and Active Charge Power Bank recognized for the benefits they are affording to schools,” said Axel Zimmermann, the company’s CEO. The company reports that the Elevate USB-C Charging Cart is a top choice for many school districts this year as thousands are set to deploy. Technology leaders are leveraging these AC adapter-less USB-C charging carts to save their budget and resources by not having to wire them during setup or for maintenance down the road. Similarly, the company says Active Charge Power Banks are currently saving teachers and students hours of instructional time in post-pandemic classrooms. Since many districts had to transition to 1-to-1 take-home technology programs, their students rely on battery power to get through the day’s lessons. The clutter-free, at-the-desk charging that the power banks provide is now essential to productivity.  About the Company: Since 2004, JAR Systems has provided smarter, more versatile ways to charge and secure ever-evolving technologies. Its team works closely with clients to develop products that support and streamline how mobile technology is used for learning and working in real-world environments. The company’s focus is on being a leading manufacturer of innovative charging solutions and designing efficient products that will work dependably for many years down the road. Source: JAR Systems