Nureva announces its participation in InfoComm 2022 June 8-10 in Las Vegas. The company will showcase Nureva XT, a unique and highly integrated combination of audio, video, device management and support services designed for educators who want the flexibility to extend the in-room experience to remote students and other participants. Visitors to booth W2537 can also learn how Nureva’s audio conferencing systems make it easy and affordable to get consistent, full-room audio coverage in mid-size and large meeting and learning spaces.
Nureva is fully back on the trade show circuit, having participated in multiple events, including this May’s ISE. Along with Nureva XT, the company will showcase numerous recent developments including the addition of Voice Amplification Mode for training rooms and classrooms as well as analytics and insights in Nureva Console that equip IT staff with room usage and acoustic performance data. Enhanced Nureva Console features and expanded support services are available with a subscription to Nureva Pro, which is included with Nureva XT or purchased separately with any Nureva audio system. Visitors can also learn about Nureva’s growing library of cloud-based APIs that make it easy for customers to incorporate Nureva systems into their existing workflows, creating integrations with other products. The APIs are created using the Nureva Developer toolkit, which is accessed through Nureva Console. Two recent integrations include Extron and Crestron that allow users to control their Nureva systems from these leading control panels.
“We are delighted to be back participating at multiple in-person events this year and excited to demonstrate the many unique aspects of our solutions to InfoComm attendees,” said Nancy Knowlton, Nureva’s CEO. “The shift to hybrid and HyFlex models in business and higher education is unstoppable, and visitors to our booth will see how they can bring much-needed full-room audio coverage to their spaces at a fraction of the cost and complexity of other multicomponent solutions.”