HoverCam Debuts Pilot S Digital Teaching Station at InfoComm 2021

October 27, 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 […]

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Convergent TechWeek 9/18

September 18, 2015

The Ultimate Drone? Qualcomm Technologies, the $26 billion (2014 sales) wireless chip company is looking for a new market to consume Snapdragon 800 series SoCs (system on a chip), in large part due to the persistent market strength of the iPhone which only makes use of some of Qualcomm’s technology (even though there is usage of the chip in the […]

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BenQ Adds Two 6,000-Lumen Projectors to Lineup

August 8, 2014

BenQ America has just launched its brightest projectors yet with the SH963 and TH963. Both are specified at 6,000 lumens using a two-lamp system. Using native 1080p DLP chips, they’re both integrated with the Hollywood Quality Video (HQV) processing technology from Qualcomm, have optional long- and short-throw lenses and they are both categorized as large […]

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Indoor Navigation: Nokia, Samsung, Sony Join Forces

November 19, 2012

Nokia, Samsung Electronics, Sony and Qualcomm have joined forces to create the In-Location Alliance to improve the accuracy of indoor positioning, the next frontier of mobile services and digital signage. Indoor positioning systems require multiple network and mobile technologies, maps, applications and middleware working together. The primary technologies will be Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi, already […]

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Qualcomm Deal Gets GestureTek Technology for Everything — Except DS Market

August 5, 2011

Qualcomm acquired the gesture recognition technology IP from GestureTek this week — however, the deal allows GestureTek to remain in the digital signage market with gesture-controlled displays. According to reports, the gesture recognition technology from GestureTek will be integrated into Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors used in smart phones and future tablets. If you want more information […]

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