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1 TECHNOLOGY LAB

2 Customer base of more than 5000 institutions across the globe Started Cloud based Online ERP Implementation 2010 Started acquiring other Educational companies in India for enhancement of Core Knowledge Started Implementation of ERP Implemented Quality Management System and was awarded ISO 9001:2000 by TUV for manufacturing unit at Mumbai Participated in International exhibitions like Worlddidac and Geetex etc Executed World Bank assisted projects in all major states of India for more than 150 institutes in Maharashtra, West Bengal, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Haryana, Goa, Gujarat, H.P, A.P. etc All India presence with more than 500 customers including IIT’s & National Institute of Technology Became a major distributor of Electronic Lab Equipment in Mumbai, the financial capital of India Year of Establishment Started Educational wing for schools. 2012

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4 ChairmanDirector Sales Director ITDirector Admin  AKADEMIKA has team members who have collective experience of more than 150 years in the Indian & International Education space.  AKADEMIKA board consists of individuals with deep expertise in Education, Technology, Training, Content Delivery & Excellent Product Execution.  AKADEMIKA has Advisors who are well renowned names in Education, Technology & Planning.

5  Design and Development company. Strong team of 100+ engineers comprising of PhD's, MTech’s and Graduate Engineers.  More than 20 year’s experience in high end manufacturing.  More than 10% revenue gets reinvested to design and development to cater future needs and technological up gradation.  Our board members are on the technical panel of many Universities and reputed institute.  Strong global presence through our branch offices and dealers network.

6 OR STAY AWAY FROM TECHNOLOGY EMBRACE THE TECHNOLOGY

7 How does Elevator stops at each floor. Can Teacher explain me and show me via experiment? AKADEMIKA! has the solution. I won’t have to think, but make kids do the project … WOW!

8 How can switching ON a button make the bulb glow. What are these wires for? AKADEMIKA said they have Electronic Lab which shows circuits & their working. That would make my work simpler

9 Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Mobile … Students are getting the information in such simple way. I should have been studying today !!! AKADEMIKA you made it possible How will my Sir show me, how Mobile, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and other Wireless things work … I am CONFUSSSEEED !!!

10 How does complex machines work and carry out tasks automatically? Can I build such robotic machines? Who will help me? My Teacher? Students will be thrilled today when I show them the ROBOTICS KIT from AKADEMIKA. They will be able to build so many simple & Complex machines … Its just AMAZING !!!

11 Why do we think so much when we want to give Quality Education to School kids that would make them Innovative & Dynamic in emerging fields ? ? ?

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13  PLAYFUL & EDUCATIVE HANDS ON ACTIVITY FOR THE CHILDREN.  KNOW THE BASICS BEHIND MANY TECHNOLOGIES IN DAY TODAY LIFE.  LAY THE PATH FOR FUTURE FOR YOUNG KIDS WHO WOULD ASPIRE TO BE TECHNICIANS, ENGINEERS & SCIENTISTS.

14 Kids embrace technology more easily than adults and understand it more fluently. Technology enables kids to think out of the Box & make Solutions which they love to make solutions they are passionate about. Kids are above ignorance to embrace digital education.

15 DEVELOP COMMUNICATE CONNECT CREATE

16 INCREASES CREATIVITY & PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS. UNDERSTANDING, CREATIVITY & SCIENTIFIC THINKING. COMMUNICATION & TEAMWORK ABILITY ENHANCED.

17 BASIC ELECTRONICS WIRELESS COMMUNICATION ROBOTICS AUTOMATION & SENSORS

18  Wireless communication is the transfer of information in form of packets of data (images, voice and video) between two or more points that are not connected by wires or cables.  It is a type of communication that is performed and results are delivered wirelessly.  Wireless operations permit services, such as long-range communications, that are impossible or impractical to implement with the use of wires. e.g. GPS, GPRS, VSATS, BLUETOOTH, ZIGBEE etc.  Wireless communication has many forms & AKADEMIKA offers below products : GPS Application Trainer Mobile Handset Trainer RFID Application Trainer ZigBee Trainer Bluetooth Technology Trainer

19  This kit system tracks up to twelve satellites simultaneously using the antenna provided with the system.  GPS was originally intended for military applications, but in the 1980s, the government made the system available for civilian use. GPS works in any weather condition and any part of the world.  A Mobile phone is a device that can make and receive telephone calls over a radio link while moving around a wide demographic area.  It connects to a cellular network provided by a mobile phone operator, allowing access to the public telephone network. AKADEMIKA has made a trainer kit to explain the technology behind the working of mobile phone.

20  Bluetooth is a proprietary open wireless technology standard for exchanging data over short distances.  This is done (using short wavelength radio transmissions) from fixed and mobile devices, creating personal area networks (PANs) with high levels of security.  Zigbee alliance is the creation of a reliable, low- cost, low-power, open global standard for low data rate wireless solutions, while allowing multi- hop routing of data.  Akademika manufactures Zigbee kits for educational & technology savvy institutions and provides manuals and data sheets for the same.

21  Technology that makes an Apparatus, Process or a System operate automatically.  The creation and application of technology to monitor and control the devices & services. E.g. PLC, Traffic Lights, Vending Machine etc.  AUTOMATION CYCLE  Sense the inputs.  Process the logic.  Give the outputs & record.

22  Sensors are used in a wide range of control systems that makes lives for people  Easier & Hassel free  Safer and  More productive, both at work & at home.  Sensors extend the reach of human capabilities so that we can  Save energy  Make faster decisions  And perform tasks with greater precision.  Sensors take on highly repetitive tasks  Leaving us free to apply our intellectual and creative abilities to further improve our lives.  Examples include Sound, Light, Heat and Touch sensors.

23  Electronics is the branch of science that deals with the study of flow and control of electrons (electricity).  Study of their behavior and effects in vacuums, gases, and semiconductors, and with devices using such electrons. Why students need to understand & learn electronics ?  Helpful in day today life to recognize electronic things. E.g. TV, Remote Control, Computer, Tablets etc.  Generates interest in electronics to know what works behind the circuit and how it works?  Integrates creativity in the students mind to create interesting circuits.  Electronics are only a few of the technologies that humans today rely upon to live their day to day lives. For communication, entertainment, or business, electronics have become a huge part of daily life for many people and will continue doing so in the years to come.

24 Digital Multimete r Digital Current & VoltageDigital Storage Oscilloscope Analog and Digital Trainer. Discrete Component Tranei. Discrete Communications Trainer.

25  A machine capable of carrying out a series of actions automatically, especially one programmable by a computer.  The branch of technology that deals with the design, construction, operation, and application of robots as well as computer systems for their control, sensory feedback, and information processing is ROBOTICS.  Controller  Mechanical  Programming/Artificial Intelligence  Sensors

26  S  Science  T  Technology  E  Engineering  M  Mathematics How Robotics helps in STEM ?  STEM will help the students to clear the basics concepts of various educational topics by building robots and showing them to the students.  Akademika goes one step ahead with robotic kits for construction of robots, it has complete curriculum designed to make students go from basic to advanced level of robotics programming helping them understand all intricate details of STEM.  Bring out the best creative talent in the students right from conceptualization to innovation stage.

27  Beginner kit Starter Explorer Inventor  Advanced STEM Standard 1 STEM Standard 2

28 Thank you! AKADEMIKA for making us perform so many experiments and learn such wonderful technologies in simple steps, we could only DREAM of … We really enjoyed working on AKADEMIKA TECHNOLOGY LAB.

29 AKADEMIKA SCHOOL SOLUTIONS Address : EL-107, MIDC, T.T.C. Electronic Zone, Mahape, Navi Mumbai – Tel. : Fax : Website :


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