Crestron Flex Video Conferencing
Crestron Room Scheduling
DigitalMedia NVX Series
Crestron and Microsoft Teams Panels
Crestron Flex Mini Tabletop
Crestron Flex Phones
Crestron Flex Soundbars
Crestron Flex Tabletop
TSW 70 Series
Crestron Flex Care
Residential Audio Solutions
4-Series™ Control Systems
Residential Lighting Solution
Web-Based Configuration Platform
DM NVX D80
DigitalMedia Matrix Switchers
Exploring Avia Audio DSP
Commercial Lighting Solutions
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We’ve all been in this situation...You are a remote participant in a meeting, and there is a group in a conference room on the other end of the video feed. You have a hard time making out people’s faces, an inability to recognize facial expressions, seeing side chats happening, but not being able to hear the conversation. It’s dejecting and it causes you to lose engagement in the meeting, making you, and the meeting itself, totally unproductive.
On modern campuses, there are many new iterations of learning spaces such as huddle spaces, active learning spaces, medical, engineering, and robotic simulation labs, hybrid classrooms, even performing arts spaces are being used for classrooms when necessary. But the use of AV technology extend far beyond the classrooms.
We’re seeing an increased demand for dedicated collaboration devices for home offices, such as our Crestron Flex Phones. But the expansion of technology and spaces where technology is being installed, isn’t followed by an increase of IT people to manage them. So, how do you make sure that you can provision, monitor, and manage devices across their entire enterprise, home offices included?
We've all been there. You are a remote participant on a video conference with a group that's together in one space. Let's face it, the experience is lacking. As the remote participant, it is difficult to engage and feel like an equal participant in the meeting. The ability to read body language, and notice nonverbal cues, all the subtle nuances that we take for granted with in-person meetings have felt out of reach with some video conferencing implementations. This meeting inequality is demoralizing and can lead to employee frustration and reduced productivity.
There is nothing more homeowners desire than to have a safe, comfortable, and secure home. Thanks to the evolution of technology, this desire is not far from most homeowners’ reach.