Who is it for?

Publishers and content managers in general. Public bodies and private organisations. Teachers and verifiers.


  • Reduces the need for paper and other such formats
  • Virtualisation of books
  • Virtualisation of classes and registers
  • Homework can be assigned and checked
  • Mass analysis of large quantities of data (big data)
  • Universal access to content that would otherwise be inaccessible
  • Collect feedback from students


  • Distance learning (eLearning)
  • Carrying out tests, homework and exams
  • Using virtual books
  • Using centralised databases
  • Digitisation of content in compliance with existing legislation
  • Graphics and 3D animation for short films
  • Open data integration
  • Digital cartography and navigation