Fully optimised for touch, the solution will allow the display to display and display to device connectivity and is designed to enable participants and teams to connect, communicate and collaborate across all devices, locations, and spaces. “You can connect your iPAD, windows, Macbook, Android, and so on,” explains Ed Morgan, Head of Marketing and Communications. “You can perform multiple functions from multiple locations,” he continues, “you don’t need to be on the same premises; you could be at your home, or a different location.”
According to Morgan, remote connectivity capability is the main USP that stands out DisplayNote from the competition. “Most similar looking solutions on market stop at the meeting room walls; DisplayNote doesn’t. It enables participants stay connected and share video and voice even from home, or a remote location.”
The company, which was founded in 2012 with the mission of making idea sharing more collaborative, is seen as the collaborative tool of choice for many leading manufacturers of interactive displays such as NEC, Sahara, BENQ and DELL among others.
DisplayNote also demoed a new entry-level wireless presentation system designed specifically for in-room wireless presentation.
Hear more about the DisplayNote Technologies solution from Ed Morgan here.