Crestron outlines Bett line up
Crestron will demonstrate technology for collaboration at UK education show Bett 2018 when it exhibits on stand D394.
The company will outline technologies for distance learning, classroom breakout space, active learning interaction and lecture presentations.
Products on display include the company’s HD presentation switcher and control solution DMPS3-4K-150C. Crestron AV Framework software auto-configures the system enabling the switcher to control up to four displays and connect via HDMI to a Crestron AirMedia device for wireless BYOD presentation capability. AirMedia allows multiple students to connect wirelessly and present their findings to the whole class using whatever various sources and formats.
Crestron will also show its DigitalMedia NVX Series for the first time at Bett. The DigitalMedia NVX Series makes it possible to transmit 4K 60 4:4:4 HDR video over standard 1 Gigabit Ethernet.
The company’s Mercury meeting and collaboration system will also be on show. The product supports web collaboration and allows users to use any soft phone, video conferencing or UC service, such as Skype for Business to collaborate from their laptop by connecting to Mercury. Crestron Mercury can also be configured to run native Skype for Business without a laptop.
Crestron has also rolled out its Residential Studio software into the commercial market and will demonstrate this at Bett in 2018. Crestron Studio software enables deployment of custom design in one classroom or thousands of classrooms, with no control system needed and without having to write any code.