The Future of Networked Communications
Transformative Innovations for theIT Professional
Together as one, AudioVisual (AV) and Information Communications Technology (ICT) are changing the way we work. Offices can power up when they sense motion. Air-conditioning, lighting and even the shades are now controllable via mobile devices. With a BYOD-enabled infrastructure, participants can connect standalone devices and share their presentations with others. Seamless is the new working style. This September, visit InfoComm India 2017 and see how AV and ICT can help drive productivity in the workplace. Explore solutions such as ultra-short-throw projectors, room automation, AV-distribution controls, and many more. Network with exhibitors, and see what brands like Crestron and Clear One have to offer.
Say Goodbye to Technical Issues and Lost Time
When multinational dairy co-operative Fonterra consolidated its five locations into a single head office, it needed a technology withnifty functionalities for its meeting rooms.It settled on the Crestron Fusion solution, which allows complete control of a room and its setup. With it, users can walk into a bookedroom with their devices, press a button, and a video conference oron-screen presentation is ready to go. All of Fonterra’s 60 meeting rooms are also equipped with Crestron’s screens for controlling audio, video and lights. It used to take 15 minutes to set up a meeting; now with Crestron Fusion it takes almost no time.
Streamlining Sitewide Distribution with Central Control
For its training facility at its Four Acres site in Singapore, Unilever wanted the ability to stream music to multiple zones, from training halls to syndicate rooms, amphitheatre to gymnasium. Voice announcements, messaging and digital signage also required sitewide distribution. ClearOne’s StreamNet® technology was the perfect solution. An IP-based network music player, the ANTHOLOGY® media server was chosen as the main audio source. It allows up to four streams to be simulatenously played on the network. Thanks to iPad-enabled control, visitors can also pick and choose their preferred background music in whichever room they are in.