The system combines the power of Barco’s wireless ClickShare conferencing systems and Logitech Rally Bar camera and speaker, and guarantees to seamlessly connect teams with pre-configured platform-agnostic wireless video-conferencing systems in its meeting rooms.
Full (BYOD) Bring Your Own Device with Barco CX-20
The configuration minimises visible cabling with its wireless connection to the user’s PC and saves space with the all-in-one Logitech Rally Bar speaker and camera. With the assistance of a tiny dongle, a laptop can be turned into the meeting room command center in less than 7 seconds.
- Triple agnostic: works with any device, UC technology, and any brand of audio-visual peripheral
- Enhanced security
- Connected and cloud-managed
- Delivered with one Conferencing Button
- Collaborate with Conferencing Button or via the Collaboration App
Logitech Rally Bar camera and speakers for the meeting room
- All-in-One conference camera with an extra-wide field of view and integrated audio allowing participants to see everyone, even those close to the camera.
- RightLight™ and RightSound™ technologies for clear video and front-of-room audio
- Compact design minimizes cabling and clutter
Most importantly, the purpose of the audio-visual solution is to offer a simple, flexible and effective user experience that promotes remote collaboration with its integrated solutions across both physical and digital environments.
Bradley Hill, Head of Production for Church House Westminster, comments: “Hybrid meetings can only be successful if in-person and online audiences are able to collaborate effectively with each other. This solution ensures that online participants feel included, seen and valued, and ultimately able to contribute 100%.”.
Jake McCormick, Unified Communications Specialist at Project Audio Visual, notes: “The right technology should be seamless across devices. Cutting-edge capabilities like the ones we have installed at Church House Westminster present technology options which will support their hybrid meetings as it evolves for years to come”.