At Lightware, we firmly believe that AV technology must support and encourage collaboration instead of causing unnecessary distraction.
Our solutions unlock ‘Bring-Your-Own-Device’ capabilities and room automation features for a more enhanced meeting experience.
Participants have limited time for meetings
Too many AV equipment to control
Various cables and connection types to share own content with the room
Health risks of physical interaction
Intuitive access and simplified controls
Easy connection of BYOD
Room Automation features
The 90s are asking their whiteboards and tangled cables back. In the 21st century, meeting rooms are designed in the way to fully support collaboration and make every task a breeze, from sharing own content with the room to automatically controlling lights, displays and other room assets.
Today’s huddle spaces are equipped with state-of-the-art AV equipment, multiple high-resolution displays, built-in room PCs and everything else needed for seamless collaboration, and Lightware offers the technology to help teams to share their content, control their environment and connect with each other easier than ever before.
The Rise of the Hybrid Workplace
Gone are the days of everyone needing to be physically present for a successful meeting. Effective and productive meetings can now be conducted between people on opposite sides of the planet as if they were sharing the same conference room.
Today's employees are more tech-savvy and flexible than ever before. The truth is, many employees are used to working on their own time, from anywhere. The time has never been better for collaborative spaces with integrated technology for hybrid in-office and work-from-home schedules.
Many organizations have deployed simple conference rooms using the Bring Your Own Codec (BYOC) philosophy. In this implementation, rooms already have the necessary components – cameras, microphones, speakers and displays. The meeting attendee brings a device that runs the Unified Communications (UC) software and the video codec.
They connect the room device(s) and cable(s) to their device and run the meeting software. The room now becomes just a peripheral to the attendee’s device.
Lightware devices adhere to the latest IT security protocols and also come with HDCP support for complete peace of mind
Meeting participants can fully utilize their room’s assets easily control them through user-friendly interfaces and room automatization
Users can use their own laptops or mobile devices to share their work with the room or initiate a video call on the platform of their choice
Tested And Secured
Lightware products have a proven track record of seamlessly integrating with industry-leading 3rd party devices from network switchers to USB webcams, audio systems and other AV or IT infrastructures. We provide world-class support for system architects and assist them with thorough testing to ensure we deliver the solution that fits perfectly with their project's requirements.
The two actual collaboration rooms at the Boeing Collaboration Center, inside the company’s new mid-Atlantic headquarters complex in Arlington VA, are sleek and to the point. Simple, no-nonsense conference tables focused on Cisco videoconferencing systems and 90-inch Sharp displays that were re-engineered by Display Werks to include a touch interface seem ready to get down to business. But to reach them requires taking a trip ... something the world’s largest airplane maker is especially good at.
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