An interactive display has the look and feel of a standard display but also enables users to make vibrant visual presentations and control on-screen data, navigation, and presentations by simply touching and interacting with the digital touchscreen.
This same principal is in use for the interactive projectors where you will simply interact by touching the surface where the projector is projecting the image. Your pen or mouse is your finger. Interactive technology is a great addition for teaching and boardroom environments.
A control system manages, commands, directs, or regulates the behavior of other devices or systems using a single point of interaction.
As an example, a control system can range from a single display turning on and off to a full system that turns a projector on, lowers a projector screen, selects an input source, starts a video camera application, lowers the blinds, and dims the lights.
A control system can eliminate many button presses and also allow the end user the ability to keep things simple with their interaction. A one button “press to start your meeting” is an easy and welcomed feature for any meeting or conference space environment.
Long gone are the days of analog and AV over copper wiring as the only solution. While this dated technology is still an option, the alternative is available due to the advancements in technology.
Xtek is able to implement your AV solution utilizing its own stand alone network, or even your current network to transmit video or audio from your source to the destination, be it a display, projector, or speaker over category networking cables. This reduces wiring demands and keeps cost low by utilizing a standard cable for many applications concerning AV.
The fear of data loss or a breach of customer data is a primary concern in today’s tech landscape.
The simple fact that small and mid-size businesses no longer want to worry about the state of their tech, data loss, or network function.
Limit the possibility that a disastrous downtime incident will impact long term profitability.