Kramer Kronos streamlines and automates the management side of room booking. Due to its integration with Kramer Control, IT administrators can easily use a room’s availability
as a trigger for automatically controlling room elements.
With 802.1x and Transport Layer Security (TLS) encryption on all communication to and from the scheduling touch panels and the Kramer Kronos server (cloud-based), sensitive booking and scheduling information is completely secure.
Kramer Kronos offers a comprehensive library of UI templates for complete customization. Additionally, the Kramer Kronos schedule can also be displayed on the room display using a VIA device, when no presentation happens.
Kramer Kronos works seamlessly with popular scheduling platforms, including Microsoft Exchange, Office 365 and G Suite. It is also compatible with iOS and Android tablets. “Kramer Kronos is a key component of the Kramer meeting room ecosystem”, said Neta Lempert, VP Business Development at Kramer.
“The new meeting culture demands simplicity: you book a meeting, arrive at the room and that’s it. No need to waste time turning on a projector or air conditioning. With Kramer Kronos, this can now be achieved.”
Kramer Kronos will be available in the second quarter of 2019.