Korat (Thailand), Apr 05 (ANI): The world’s educational environment continues to evolve every year. Scientific calculators tend to become one of the most indispensable items for such educational classes, and Casio is making its contributions to the world based on Japanese product technology. At a factory in Koratcity, many of Casio’s products are being manufactured, such as watches, electronic dictionaries, and scientific calculators. In this factory, about 2,700 employees are working actively to make products that are used in many different fields for supporting people’s daily lives. Scientific calculators are made in this section of the factory. This automatic assembly line is called “Hakoniwa Line”. It is the latest system that was introduced in August of last year. In the past, all assembly processes were done manually but since the introduction of this automatic system, production achieved an even higher and more stable quality of manufacturing. At the same time, production efficiency has increased. The factory managers expect the productions to increase 1.6 times in the near future. Casio products namely the scientific calculators are in a great demand in the educational field. Here is Parkchong School, located in the same province of Casio’s Thai factory. The ministry of education in Thailand announced recently the start of a new educational curriculum and Mathematics is one of the main subjects. This school introduced using scientific calculators during mathematics classes starting from the new semester in May. This step is expected to enhance the student’s level and the educational environment. Japan’s technology is supporting the world’s educational scene through the development of products that lead to the improvement of the study environment.
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