Integrated Systems Europe is the largest AV and integration conference in Europe. Here are 9 video conferencing and collaboration technologies that stood out.
Central Arizona College was charged to craft collaborative rooms for students to bring their own devices while leaving instructors’ teaching undisturbed. The college answered the charge by investing in mobile furniture, Crestron AirMedia and Crestron Fusion RoomView technologies. Now, these classrooms enable students to move around and reconfigure the classroom, support students’ variety of devices, and maintain teaching familiarity and comfort for instructors.
Check out these free collaboration tools for k-12 classrooms. Enabling teachers and students to work together inside and outside of the classroom has never been easier.
See the products that create a collaborative learning environment at Newmark Education.
Oblong Industries is a company that uses g-speak software to create spatial operating environments. We visited their office in Boston to see their collaboration and presentation solution, the Mezzanine, and more tech.
As more AV equipment extends into the network, whether it be videoconferencing equipment, presentation displays, or collaboration tools, the world of AV and IT are becoming mixed. Should we be bringing them together in our companies?
Given the ubiquity of tablets, it seems like it should be a no-brainer for all video conferencing and boardroom systems to be tablet-ready for both iPad and Android, but most are not.
NTT I³ strives to set a new global standard of agility, quality, and value creation in pursuit of open service innovation. To do this, the company recognized the need to collaborate across multiple geographies. This is where the Oblong Mezzanine System comes in; now the central element of the Overbridge suite.
When BBK Worldwide moved to a new corporate headquarters in MA, they needed updated technology to help with collaboartion. SIGNET outfitted the company with Sharp AQUOS BOARDs to meet their needs.
When Innosight expanded to the first floor of their office in Lexington, MA, they needed up-to-date audiovisual solutions to help interact with clients. Red Thread provided integration to several rooms including the corporate lobby, business design lab, café , and conferencing areas.