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Wireless Presentation Tools

The AVer AW200 4K Wireless Presentation System is designed for sharing content in conference rooms or as a standalone wireless presentation system in an existing network with no software required. It includes a main receiver and two transmitter pods that enable wireless or wired streaming of media at up to 4K resolution with WPA2- PSK Wi-Fi security. It offers onebutton support for various HDMI and Mini DisplaPort devices and is compatible with AirPlay and Google Cast, supports four input sources in split screen mode.

Last June, Barco expanded the Barco ClickShare portfolio with new ClickShare Present products. The first product, the C-5 is designed for huddle spaces and smaller meeting rooms, bringing 4k content sharing into compact environments. The C-10 is intended for any meeting space, bringing interactive collaboration to a range of environments. The solution includes touch-back support, blackboarding, moderation, and annotation.

The BenQ InstaShow S (WDC20), is a wireless presentation system that lets users share ideas immediately from nearly any device. Allowing up to four users to share simultaneously, InstaShow S can boost classroom engagement and enhance collaboration. Its touch back feature helps presenters focus on the audience by allowing them to control a laptop via a touchscreen. It also incorporates strong security features to ensure content is safeguarded.

The Biamp Modena Hub is a wireless presentation hub that supports the new ways in which people are increasingly accustomed to working. Ideal for BYOD and BYOC spaces, Modena Hub allows participants to connect to meeting room AV equipment and USB accessories wirelessly, as well as enabling any participant to wirelessly receive its AV streams during a video conferencing session. Modena Hub supports most UC software and hardware devices, while enabling the user to wirelessly share content with other meeting participants. Modena Hub also connects to AV peripherals via USB and HDMI and can support multiple USB devices via a standard USB hub or by connecting a Devio SCR-20 or SCR-25.

The Black Box Coalesce Professional Wireless Presentation System is an all-in-one scalable videoconferencing and wireless presentation system that lets remote teams collaborate like they’re in one room. It extends upon the functionality of the popular Coalesce Meeting Place Edition (MPE). Coalesce Professional features include splash screen customization and central deployment/management. Coalesce is dongle-free and security-minded, existing outside the corporate network with a multi-layer protocol with high bit length encryption and a PIN option.

In August, Crestron announced an update to its Crestron AirMedia Presentation Systems. The three products joining the AirMedia portfolio are the AM-3100 Receiver, AM-3200 Receiver, and the AM-TX3- 100 Connect adapter. The AM-3100 Receiver is an entry-level option that supports wireless presentation on the secure AirMedia network. It’s intended for smaller applications such as huddle spaces, education, and stand-up spaces. The AM-3200 Receiver, an updated version of the legacy AirMedia device, brings additional features, including an audio output for interfacing with room audio, DUAL LAN network, HDMI input to support wired and wireless presentation on a single room system, and RS232 and IR ports for built-in display control. The AM-TX3-100 Connect adapter enables wireless sharing without cables or connection to an enterprise network. It eases the sharing process for guest presenters, who can easily connect and present without the need to download software or connect to the network.

The Epson Let’s share ELPWP10 and ELPWP20 enable wireless connection to any flat panel or projector display via the wireless transmitters, Epson’s iProjection app or Miracast, from any source laptop/mobile device. Security is ensured via AES-128 encryption. The ELPWP10 connects any source device directly to a select range of Epson laser display solutions, with users simply plugging the wireless transmitter into their laptop. Other mobile devices can also be connected using the iProjection app. Both the ELPWP10 and the ELPWP20 allow content to be displayed from four different devices simultaneously, making content sharing a seamless experience.

The Extron ShareLink 250 Series Wireless Collaboration Gateway enables anyone to present content from a laptop, smartphone, or tablet on a shared display. ShareLink technology provides simultaneous presentation of different types of content from up to four personal devices. The gateway is available in two models: the ShareLink 250 W wireless model includes an integrated dual-band wireless access point – WAP to create a stand-alone wireless collaboration and presentation system or to add wireless capabilities to a more traditional wired solution. The ShareLink 200 N network-version does not include a WAP, and works in concert with a facility’s existing wireless network.

The Intel Unite system allows users to create a scalable conferencing solution with a standard PC—so long as that PC is an Intel I5 or better for the advanced video encoding features it provides. It was conceived with features that make it well suited to a contactless world. The platform’s remote capabilities, either through Protected Guest Access or a UC such as Webex, connect users across physical distances. The Intel Unite software is also open platform, which allows participants to use their own device to share content utilizing several standard UC apps.

Lifesize Share supports real-time screen sharing for meetings, digital signage, and whiteboards from mobile devices in real-time, allowing users to play a video and control presentations from personal mobile devices.

MaxHub P22MB Smart Lectern podium incorporates wireless connectivity, eliminating many of the cables typically encountered in meeting/presentation environments. From the podium, presenters can control their entire presentation system, including the integrated lectern microphones. This is accomplished via the podium’s innovative 21.5-inch interactive touchscreen. With this display, presenters have full control of, for example, their Microsoft PowerPoint presentation. And right from the screen, they can annotate important points without having to use a mouse. The P22MB podium also features pre-installed white boarding and collaboration software, along with wireless sharing that enables a laptop to be easily included in the presentation.

Mersive Solstice 5.4 released in January for better performance and reliability across a range of enterprise and education environments. Solstice 5.4 adds automatic disconnect based on proximity, with audio support for Android screen monitoring. Expanded AV device support with LLDP for PoE+ power negotiation as well as upcoming meeting notifications.

The Panasonic PressIT Wireless Presentation System is a plug-and-play wireless presentation system for sharing content between different PCs. Attendees simply connect the transmitter button to their PC’s USB and HDMI ports and press the button to share their content on the room’s display. No network setup, software or driver installation is required. PressIT allows up to four presenters at a time to display visual and audio content. There are two versions: basic with the set-top-box, or cable-less with the SDM receiver. The SDM receiver was designed to fit perfectly inside the Intel SDM expansion slot of the displays.. For displays and projectors without an SDM slot for the receiver, a set-top-box version can be connected to the device.

ScreenBeam Conference is a software-delivered solution now available with every ScreenBeam 1100 Plus wireless display receiver. Host devices are automatically connected wirelessly to room cameras, microphones, and soundbars. Users can override the meeting room system to use their personal choice of video conferencing tool, as well as launch and drive the UC meeting from their personal device.

Recently acquired by Audinate, the Silex lineup includes the Silex Z-1 Wireless presentation appliance. With no accessory, or application installation it supports AirPlay for iOS/macOS, Google Cast for Android/ChromeOS, Runtime Application for Windows Pairing mode, Distribution mode, and Screen sharing mode for Windows.

In January, the TEKVOX ShareView Wireless Pro System (79060-WPSPro) for wireless BYOD videoconferencing debuted. The new device follows the introduction last year of the ShareView Wireless Presentation System for sharing content wirelessly. Designed to provide BYOD videoconferencing, the new plug-and-play system requires no software downloads. Up to four people can present simultaneously. It features USB pass-through so that connected laptops can utilize USB cameras, microphones, or speaker bars connected to the base unit. The ShareView Wireless Pro comes with two small HMDI or USB-C hardware transmitters which sit on the tabletop and connect the system to a laptop. The new system supports 4K resolutions as well as connection via AirPlay for Apple devices and the free WirelessMedia2 app for Android devices.

WolfVision Cynap Pure Pro supports AirPlay, Miracast, and Chromecast screen mirroring, so no apps, buttons, dongles, or extra software are needed when sharing content from any smartphone, laptop, or tablet.

Yealink RoomCast works with Yealink Wireless Presentation Pod, Miracast, AirPlay, and Google Cast, realizing 4K ultra HD multisharing experience and supporting collaboration features including whiteboard, annotation, and intuitive remote control as well. It supports 4K/60fps performance, compact design, and options for PoE or DC power supply.

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