HoverCam Debuts Pilot S Digital Teaching Station at InfoComm 2021
HoverCam‘s Pilot S is currently on display at InfoComm 2021. The wireless teaching lectern for classrooms uses the Qualcomm QCS8210 System-on-Chip (SoC) and offers an extended battery life, quieter operation and support for Windows 11.
The new mobile device combines every essential classroom technology into one wireless station that replaces the traditionally messy AV cart. The Pilot S eliminates cables and mobility challenges by combining a 13-inch Windows tablet computer, wireless 4K HDMI connectivity, embedded microphone and a foldout document camera.
Pilot S features a Windows 10 tablet with a 13-inch multi-touch screen, which can be undocked to allow presenters to move around the room. The tablet also features HoverCam’s 4K, 13-megapixel document camera that folds out. In addition, a built-in wireless HDMI transmitter and receiver beam the tablet’s image to any interactive flat panel, projector or display in resolutions up to 4K. The software suite enables interactive whiteboarding and annotations for lesson recording and collaboration. The notes, annotations, video and audio of every presentation session are captured in real-time for attendees to access from any device.