At InfoComm 2019, Crestron introduced enhancements to its AirMedia 2.0 Wireless Presentation Systems (AM-200, AM-300) including a better user interface, quicker connection via all operating systems and native integration with the Crestron AirBoard whiteboard capture system and Crestron Flex UC solutions.
The AM-300 and AM-200 facilitate collaboration by turning lobbies, lounges and other open spaces into meeting spaces with a wireless BYOD product. They mount behind wall-mount displays and enable wired or wireless presentation. AirMedia 2.0 an enterprise-grade wireless presentation technology that offers network security, cloud-based deployment and management and iOS operating system mirroring without Bonjour networking technology.
The newly designed user interface enables users to connect to AirMedia in just seconds and start presenting. With a click on the “Start Presenting” button, the AirMedia receiver automatically detects the web browser and whether the AirMedia app is installed. If the app is installed, it will automatically launch and prompt the presenter to enter their secure code. If the app is not installed, the presenter is served with the appropriate app for their device.
With the addition of the AirMedia Extension for Google Chrome, AirMedia now conveniently connects with all of the most popular operating systems.
AirMedia 2.0 now provides native integration with Crestron Flex UC solutions and the Crestron AirBoard whiteboard capture system right out-of-the-box, no programing required. The only enterprise-grade appliance of its kind, Crestron AirBoard enables local participants to see whiteboard content on the main room display and remote participants to view the content on their personal devices. Anyone can then share the whiteboard content with the touch of a button.
AirMedia is a network-based appliance that can be deployed, configured, and managed from the cloud. Using the Crestron XiO Cloud service or the built-in web tool, the mobile app can be silently deployed to laptops and smart devices across the enterprise and user access rights and firmware updates can be remotely managed. AirMedia is here.