Smart Education Software Market | Global Industry Analysis, Segments, Top Key Players, Drivers and Trends to 2026

Smart Education Software Market | Global Industry Analysis, Segments, Top Key Players, Drivers and Trends to 2026

Date: 2021-02-10  
Author: Ashwin Naphade 
Category: #news

Market Study Report LLC adds a latest research study on Smart Education Software market Statistics for 2019-2024, which is a detailed analysis of this business space inclusive of trends, competitive landscape, and the market size. Encompassing one or more parameters among product analysis, application potential, and the regional growth landscape, Smart Education Software market also includes an in-depth study of the industry’s competitive scenario.

The Smart Education Software market report delivers a detailed analysis of this industry landscape and comprises of information such as major development trends and dynamics affecting this business space over the study period. It offers vital data pertaining to the regulatory outlook as well as the regional scope of the market. The study also measures the factors that are positively influencing the

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Automated Logic and Valencia College Collaborate to Develop the Next Generation of Energy Management Professionals

KENNESAW, Ga., Feb.10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — In order to help address the shortage of qualified field technicians and engineers in the building automation and controls industry, Automated Logic has collaborated with Valencia College in Orlando, Florida, to develop a hands-on degree program that prepares students for a career in energy management and controls. Automated Logic, a leading provider of innovative building-management solutions, is a part of Carrier Global Corporation (NYSE: CARR), the leading global provider of healthy, safe, and sustainable building and cold chain solutions.

“We are proud to collaborate with Valencia College on the new Energy Management and Control (EMCT) program,” said Mead Rusert, president, Automated Logic. “The program will build a much-needed pipeline of field technicians and engineers for the building automation and controls industry. Our Automated Logic field offices often have difficulty finding qualified talent, and this is a first step at helping to

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Scientists teach pigs how to play a video game, and pigs are good at it

I’m here live. I’m a pig.


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Yorkshire pigs Hamlet and Omelette and Panepinto micro pigs Ebony and Ivory are ambassadors for their species. The quartet was the focus of a study that tested whether they could learn to play a video game. Spoiler alert: They were pretty good at it.

Purdue animal behavior specialist Candace Croney and chimpanzee cognition expert Sarah Boysen co-authored a study on the pigs published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology on Thursday. The study chronicles an experiment to investigate the cognitive processes (“such as memory, attention, and conceptualization”) of farm animals.

The experiment involved first teaching the pigs how to manipulate a joystick using their snouts. They were then taught to use the joystick to play a video game on a monitor in front of them.

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