On June 28 at 1 p.m. EST, Jami Milner of NEC Display will explain the benefits of ThinkHub, the collaboration solution that makes it easy for people to work together. Jami will look at ThinkHub benefits like the ability to bring various teams together, share and edit content from connected devices in real time, and save and resume sessions. She’ll also explore the ThinkHub/NEC bundles that turn large-format displays into hubs for video conferences and content creation.
Zurich Insurance Group’s new North America headquarters in Schaumburg, Ill., is intended to be a place where people want to work. AVI-SPL’s role in fulfilling that vision was to implement solutions that would give employees the collaborative technology that help them work — and work together — effectively. That would include meeting spaces equipped for video conferencing, audio conferencing, and presentations. It would also mean technicians and engineers applying their design and programming skills to deliver Zurich’s must-haves:
- Technology that is simple, reliable, and intuitive
- A consistent experience from room to room
- Meetings that start on time
In the following link, hear from Zurich’s leaders about working with AVI-SPL and how we helped realize their vision using solutions from technology partners like Polycom, Crestron, Haivision, Shure, NEC, and Da-Lite.
During this AVI-SPL webinar, experts from Sony and Christie will discuss the relative benefits of flat-panel displays vs. projection technology, and how they are applied in different meeting spaces — including boardrooms, huddle rooms, conference rooms, and open collaboration areas.
Join us for this webinar on Wed., March 22, so you can learn what it takes to make informed decisions about adding flat panels and projectors to your collaboration environment.
Learn about the large-format displays and virtual reality technology that Samsung offers to support collaboration and learning in the higher education classroom. Shari Sentlowitz, Samsung’s senior manager of education solutions, shares the criteria you should consider when adding collaboration technology to the classroom.
Download the recording for “Virtual Reality and Large Displays in Higher Education” >
Experts from Milestone and Sharp look at how distance learning has changed education, and the classroom tools each company provides to encourage collaboration among teachers and students.
George Atsidakos of Milestone will look at Chief and Da-Lite products, including the IDEA screen, which is a projection screen and writeable board that holds up to daily use.
Gary Bailer of Sharp follows with an overview of the effects of distance learning, and the benefits of interactive collaboration in education. He then focuses on the Sharp Aquos Board, the award-winning, interactive display that allows students in the same room and from different locations to collaborate with each other.