VIT is Now Vermont Interactive Technologies
First we were Vermont Interactive Television. Then, as our services grew we became VIT. Now we’re Vermont Interactive Technologies and we offer more ways to connect than ever before. With 13 sites and 17 studios statewide, mobile videoconferencing systems that come to you, desktop and mobile device services, and the expertise to help you choose and install videoconferencing equipment in your facility, VIT gives you more connectivity choices than anyone else.
An Update Regarding the Future of VIT Read the Article
A VPR News Article Highlights What Students Think About VIT Read the Article
Vermont Interactive Technologies Adds New Studios Learn More
Read VIT's New Services Announcement Click Here
Congratulations to the UVM Master Gardener Program on their recent Across the Fence segment and Vermont State Fair presence. Video
From a large videoconference to a one-on-one meeting – and everything in between – VIT is the standard for secure, high quality connections. But unlike web-based videoconferencing services, VIT offers state-of-the-art technology for the highest quality connections available. We’re able to connect dozens of sites simultaneously, arrange them on monitor screens in ways that help maximize productivity, and provide the live technical support needed to maintain your connections. Around the state, around the country and around the world, VIT is the next best thing to being there in person. Learn more.
VIT Saves Time and Money
Vermont's educational institutions, government agencies, businesses and nonprofit organizations save time and money using VIT over in-person meetings.
...my team has found that using VIT can save the State of Vermont thousands of dollars in discovery costs, not to mention the real savings in terms of time and resources spent traveling to distant locations.
Caroline Earle, Chief, Civil Division, Office of the Attorney General
There's a VIT Location Near You
On average, each VIT visit saves over 150 miles of driving.
In an average year, that savings adds up to:
- over 4.8 million miles not driven
- over 90,000 hours available for other activities
- 190 tons of air pollution avoided
- 2,500 tons of greenhouse gases not emitted
- over $4.3 million saved