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Simplifying meeting room setup for multiple presenter connectivity

With most meeting and conferencing rooms, one of the key challenges is the ability for multiple users to get their digital tools connected quickly. Time lost in setting up one laptop, and then manually switching to other devices during the meeting can be disruptive and frustrating. Most of this loss of productivity is preventable and is caused due to limitations in the number of connectivity interfaces or their un-intuitive design.

Extron’s TeamWork® Digital Collaboration Systems are designed to simplify this problem and can be integrated with any classroom or business furniture system, to fit specific collaboration requirements for up to 8 users.

Once the TeamWork®system is set up in your conference room table, all you need to do (to get started) is connect to your laptops or devices video output and press the “Share” button on the “Show Me” cable. The switcher automatically selects the appropriate input (at the display end) and instantly presents your data. Once your device has been disconnected and integrated inactivity timer automatically turns off the display.

This system consists of (see image):

a switcher and its corresponding display cables,

a control processor

and a cable cubby or table mount kit

Elements of the Teamwork 600 system for upto 6 simultaneous digital sources (Image source – Extron)
Elements of the Teamwork 600 system for upto 6 simultaneous digital sources (Image source – Extron)


Key features of the TeamWork® system are:

Simple, intuitive control

Works with most flat panel displays or short-throw projectors, laptops, and tablets

Works with virtually any furniture system, new or currently in use

Available as pre-configured packages, for four to six users, that provide fast installation with minimal setup

Features proven, highly reliable Extron switching, connectivity, and control products

For more details on Extron’s TeamWork® Digital Collaboration Systems, Contact Actis Technologies.

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