Professional-grade video conferencing
As standard, most video conferencing systems are provided with a high definition camera that is controlled via remote or touch screen interface. These control devices are then used to manipulate the camera to focus attention on various presenters/speakers during the call.
Reducing physical contact with shared resources is a key message within the government guidelines and multiple users physically touching these controllers presents a risk. Numerous solutions exist that can replace the existing camera with a smart camera that automatically frames meeting participants by intelligently detecting the current speaker. When the meeting shifts to a group conversation, the camera automatically zooms out to show all the participants in the room.
Introducing an upgrade as simple as this can significantly reduce the physical interaction with the technology hardware during a call.
While the choice doesn’t look that complex, when you consider the hundreds of devices available it can become overwhelming. The scale of options can actually prevent some organisations deploying solutions. Too worried about making the wrong decision, they inadvertently make no-decision.
Selecting the right device is dependent on many factors, far too many to detail here, but in every case, key decisions are based on the physical environment where it is to be used and the communication platform used. Again, there are choices made to ensure deployment of a solution that is fit for purpose such as, screen size, microphone placement, input devices, room acoustic, echo cancellation treatments, and lighting considerations.
With Visavvi’s deep expertise guiding you along the way you can have confidence about the choices you make.