Presentation & Display
Crestron Updates AirMedia Wireless Presentation Technology
Crestron has announced the next generation of its AirMedia wireless presentation technology. AirMedia 2.0 allows users to connect their smart devices and laptops to a room display, regardless of operating system, from anywhere in a classroom space. The technology is built into Crestron's suite of presentation solutions, including the DMPS3-4K-350-C (designed for multi-source presentation and video conferencing rooms with dual displays) DMPS3-4K-250-C (for multi-source rooms with a single display), Crestron Mercury (for single source, single display rooms) and Crestron FreeForm (for open spaces).
Features of the system include:
- Consistent user interface from room to room;
- Supports Windows, Mac OS, iOS and Android mirroring without Bonjour;
- Low latency and bandwidth;
- Automatically disconnects devices from the wireless gateway when users leave the room;
- Network-based appliance can be deployed, configured and managed from the cloud;
- Supports network security protocols, including 802.1x network access control, Active Directory user authentication, AES-128 content encryption, SSH, SSL, TLS and HTTPS; and
- With Crestron XiO Cloud or the built-in web tool, the AirMedia mobile app can be deployed to devices across the enterprise, and user access rights and firmware updates can be remotely managed.
For more information, go to the Crestron site.
Rhea Kelly is editor in chief for Campus Technology, THE Journal, and Spaces4Learning. She can be reached at [email protected].