Making a presentation is a typical activity in government, corporate, retail and academic institutions across the globe. A university professor, for example, shares information with several groups of students each day, and simply speaking in front of a classroom may not be an effective way of delivering the lessons to all of them; visual aids and equipment help them arrive at a better understanding of the subject at hand. Likewise, business executives, team leaders and members, their clients and other key people in corporate settings regularly meet to listen to reports and discuss proposals. By gathering the people involved in a project at a specific time and place, a company can bring everyone up to date on developments, make important announcements, and perform other tasks all at one time for maximum productivity.
Some individuals find, however, that while making presentations is essential for communications, it can be quite difficult to accomplish without the right tools — especially in these more technologically advanced times. In many instances, your presentation is loaded and ready on your laptop, but you end up spending several minutes figuring out which cables should connect it to the projector or how to make the audio come out. It would be so convenient if meeting rooms were fitted with exceptional audio visual integration capabilities that would make presentations and conferencing so much easier.
Wireless HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) and VGA (Video Graphics Array) is one innovation that can prove beneficial to countless organisations. Rather than fussing over a complicated network of cables (and wasting precious time), a person can quickly connect his laptop wirelessly to a screen, be it a projector or a television, and proceed with his presentation with no trouble at all thanks to a wireless VGA and HDMI Presentation Gateway. You would only need to install a free application, type in the provided and randomly generated PIN code (for your security), and get started. Up to four people can connect to this gateway, so no time will be lost in moving on to the next presenter.
When considering the purchase of an effective audio visual installation, Sydney organisations also evaluate whether the system would be able to handle video conferencing functions in the scale that would fit their purposes best. Meeting fellow executives, business partners or clients face to face is becoming complicated, less convenient, and impractical as travel becomes more and more costly. With image and audio quality being continuously developed to improve digital connections, video conferencing has become the go-to solution for quick, seamless and reliable communications.
LifeSize video conferencing equipment would be an ideal investment for companies that require full-featured video solutions. The LifeSize Room 220 Series, in particular, enables you to establish video calls with up to six multiple sites — that means you can meet with six different callers at a time, and you wouldn’t need to fumble with external equipment or hire a technician to set up the system. Its features include HD audio and camera, dual screen and camera support, a 16:9 layout, optional conference phone support and a familiar user interface.