Aztec Education Software, Inc., a California-based company, says it’s developed a software solution to improve the quality of a computer system in its Tucson, Arizona, classrooms.
The company, which also develops other educational software and technology, says the software fixes problems with the computer’s touchscreen, touchscreens, keyboard, monitor, and other components.
Its technology, called the AZTEC Computer-Based Solutions System, is designed to help computers keep up with the latest educational technology and other computer systems.
The software, released last week, can be installed on Windows computers and Mac computers and has been tested on more than 1,000 schools.
According to Aztec, the system works by using a combination of computer vision and artificial intelligence to create a model of the computer system’s computer system.
The software then identifies issues that arise and solves them by using an algorithm to make the computer look more realistic and less error-prone.
“Our goal is to provide students with the ability to be productive and efficient in their classrooms and to enhance the quality and reliability of our computers and systems,” said Aztec President and CEO Joe Czarniak in a statement.
The Arizona School District is one of the largest school districts in the country, with more than 10,000 students enrolled in grades K-12.
The AZTECH Computer-based Solutions System uses the Aztec software to improve how the computers and monitors work in the classrooms.
It also provides the schools with better security by ensuring the computers don’t access students’ files.