WolfVision, the manufacturer of presentation and collaboration technology solutions, has announced an important extension to its Cynap system portfolio. The new vSolution Cynap Pure wireless presentation system will be introduced at this year’s ISE 2019 show (Stand Stand 1-M20).
Cynap Pure transforms meeting rooms, huddle spaces, and classrooms of all sizes into
high performance wireless presentation environments, using WolfVision’s award-winning, BYOD wireless presentation technology.
Powerful processing capability is combined with enterprise grade security encryption, flexible installation options, and remote management tools, to provide a compact, robust and highly configurable wireless presentation solution.
Cynap Pure features comprehensive ‘bring your own device’ (BYOD) screen mirroring capability as its primary focus, providing wireless screen sharing for all iOS, Android, Windows, macOS, and Chrome OS devices onto a central shared display screen.
Connection is quick and easy, and support for AirPlay, Chromecast, and Miracast mirroring
protocols means that no software, apps or dongles are needed when sharing content onscreen from smartphones, tablets or laptops.
Other key system features include 4K output resolution, up to 4 window on-screen
display, touchscreen compatibility, plus ‘touchback’ functionality which enables remote
control of laptops while working at a shared multi-touch screen.
Installation is straightforward, and units can be managed and updated remotely using
browser-based administration tools. Firmware updates are free of charge, and both
customisable and prepared API modules are available, enabling easy room control system
New room booking feature pack for Cynap & Cynap Core
WolfVision will also introduce its vSolution Meeting Feature Pack for Cynap and Cynap Core
Designed to further enhance the usability of these systems as ‘complete all-in-one’ meeting room AV/IT solutions, the optional feature pack activates a room booking module for Cynap systems. Cynap and Cynap Core units can now be booked in advance using a Microsoft Outlook Calendar, or alternatively by creating an in-room ‘ad-hoc’ meeting which updates the calendar accordingly whilst in the room.
It’s easy to upload files in advance of a meeting directly via the Outlook Calendar, and distribute them afterwards, and the on-screen Quick Tools Bar ensures quick and easy in-room control of all meeting content.