Create a space that supports employee engagement through collaboration and enhanced user experience — meanwhile, supporting well-being while in the office using thermal detection entry points, occupancy sensors and touchless, voice-activated technology.
Employees will step in front of a thermal-detection camera at each entry point to determine their body temperature and whether it’s safe for them to enter the office.
Conference rooms will be fitted with technologies like Crestron Scheduling Panels to limit the number of individuals in a room, ensuring adequate social distancing.
Touchless, voice-activated technology will be deployed to control lighting, audio and video equipment. BYOD (bring your own device) environments can simplify presentations, also helping individuals avoid using the same device that others have touched.
Employees will be able to reserve meeting spaces remotely, add meetings to their schedule and share appointments with colleagues through touchless technology or on their own devices.
Maximize audio intelligibly for video conferencing with high-quality microphones designed to provide a reliable audio experience.
Strategically placed ceiling speakers and soundbars provide clear audio intelligibility for in-person and remote meetings.
Create a space that minimizes background noise and sound reflection through acoustical treatments that complement room aesthetics.
Collaborate seamlessly with video displays that connect multiple devices across various platforms and spaces.
Host professional meetings with dynamic wide-angle and 360-degree cameras designed to capture participants throughout the room.
Reliable web-based video conferencing solutions, such as Microsoft Teams and Zoom, enable teams to collaborate virtually.