At ISE 2019, Crestron debuted its latest hardware and software additions to its room scheduling platform. Two new scheduling panels — 5″ portrait and 5″ landscape — are now available, along with an optional room availability light bar. Like all Crestron scheduling panels, they connect directly to a Microsoft Exchange Server, Office 365 and G Suite software, and provide branding and customization options in to HTML5. Also debuting at ISE 2019 is support for Gingco, NFS, SpaceConnect, and SharingCloud scheduling software. Added to existing support for Teem, Robin, Appspace, EMS and Zoom Rooms software, the Crestron platform now supports a total of nine partner scheduling applications.
All the panels are what Crestron says are enterprise-grade, PoE touch screens and leverage the latest network security standards and can be deployed and managed via the Crestron XiO Cloud service.
Here are all the tech specs.