We all know how annoying cables can be in a boardroom! They get in the way, get tangled up, broken and connectors get lost.
…but fear not! as Content Sharing has come on leaps and bounds in the past couple of years.
Initially, Content Sharing consisted of a cable plugged directly into your device from a display, thus allowing the user to only share what was on the screen of their device. Spring forward to current day and we now find huge advances in technology from companies such as Barco, Kramer and Biamp, meaning we can pretty much share anything… wirelessly.
Barco developed (and are well known for!) the Clickshare button.
This is a small USB button that connects to the user’s device allowing them to share content from their device direct to a display, with no wires or software required. Most of their new products also allow two-way communication with interactive displays. Barco have a great range of products, which will allow complete conferencing connection, so a user can walk into the room giving them full access to all devices that room such camera, microphone and speakers.
Kramer have also joined in the “Content Sharing Race” with a new device called the VIA Connect 2. The VIA Connect 2 works with most laptops or mobile devices and enables users to view, edit, and comment on documents in real−time. Users can display or stream full, uninterrupted video from their device such as YouTube videos. Up to four users can share their screens simultaneously on the main display either using the Kramer VIA app mirroring feature, iOS mirroring via AirPlay, Windows & Android mirroring via Miracast, or ChromeBook mirroring.
Finally, Biamp offer the Modena range for wireless presentations. Accessing a space’s AV equipment and sharing content with colleagues in the room or remotely has never been easier than with the Biamp Modena wireless presentation systems. These allow the user to stop wasting time with setup through cables etc. and wirelessly provide easily accessible options for collaborating. With Modena, every laptop, tablet, or mobile device can both share screens with any display, as well as receive content. By getting rid of HDMI cables, adaptors, and dongles, the Modena system is an ideal solution for a wide range of businesses.
No matter your business need, when it comes to content sharing solutions, AVC Immedia supply and install a variety of Barco, Kramer and Biamp products for our AV clients.
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