If the roots are solid,
the future is not scary
During the 1960s, Antonio Romano, teacher and TV technician, noticed that technical-professional schools needed teaching tools for hands-on training. Thus Elettronica Veneta was born, creating a new learning approach based on the active involvement of students with the help of educational equipment and laboratories that reproduced, even in the smallest details, real systems and technologies.
This philosophy is still the leitmotiv of Elettronica Veneta, a world leader in designing and manufacturing equipment for education.