Wireless Presentation Solutions

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Ditching cables to go wireless enables meeting delegates to share content wirelessly to the room’s display screen from their laptop, smartphone or tablet without fuss. This encourages attendees to collaborate and share ideas without worrying about cables or adaptors. It also avoids the need to email documents under discussion before or during meetings.

We typically recommend cost−effective solutions that allow simultaneous wired and wireless presentation and collaboration with no need for any additional hardware. Meeting participants can display or stream full uninterrupted HD video, images and documents, or share any size file using any laptop or mobile device. Many systems have a whiteboard feature that lets attendees annotate diagrams, sketch out ideas or edit shared documents on the main display from your device. Up to four user screens can be shown on a single main display.

Intuitive and easy to use, the best systems can support Windows laptops and Apple Macs, as well as iOS, Windows and Android mobile operating systems

Increasingly popular, wireless-enabled devices not only result in smoother, more productive meetings, but can also act as a backup for wired devices in the event of lost or faulty cables. Tell us your requirements and we’ll recommend the best wireless technology set-up to meet your specific needs – no strings attached.

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Why work with Digital Vision AV?

Recent customer feedback

"It’s no exaggeration to say video conferencing and other technology solutions have enabled us to keep the business going and functioning effectively during the COVID-19 pandemic."
Peter Thorne, Head of Technology, Smart Energy GB