AVer Europe launches new AI distance learning camera to support hybrid learning

AVer Europe has announced the launch of the AVer DL30, an AI auto-tracking camera.

Driven by Presenter Tracking and Zone Tracking, the DL30 requires no camera operator, and can automatically detect a teacher’s movement in the classroom or manually track any other presenter with a click. Classes delivered to those that physically attend can be livestreamed to anyone joining remotely, and video recording and image capture capabilities enable all students and staff to revisit the material at a later stage.

AVer Europe’s DL30 features a 12X optical zoom enabling a clear image regardless of the presenter’s distance from the camera. The camera’s AI technology focuses on the body rather than the face, so it can recognise and follow the presenter even when PPE is worn.

The DL30 is completely handsfree and is not reliant on voice-tracking or sensors, so the presenter is always kept in camera view. When the camera is out of use a Privacy Mode kicks in, which rotates the camera head downwards ensuring privacy between classes.

This distance learning sytsem from AVer Europe comes with free software for recording, image capture and streaming, and enables the management of hundreds of cameras from a single location. Compatible with major video conferencing platforms such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams and Google Hangouts, the DL30 can integrate with existing institutions’ distance learning products as well as classroom technology such as a document camera.

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