Crestron next gen AirMedia systems usher in host of user benefits

Crestron announced upgrades coming with the next generation of AirMedia wireless presentation systems, including support for sharing of up to nine screens.

AirMedia also dynamically adjusts the layout based on source and now offers enhanced 4K support and a new customisable user interface.

The AirMedia Connect adaptor brings detethered wireless presentation to the AirMedia line up. AirMedia Connect also provides a way to simplify guest presentation, without the need for presenters to connect to the internal network.

It has native support for Microsoft Teams or Zoom videoconferencing either through a wireless connection on the AirMedia network or by plugging any USB-C device into the AirMedia Connect, without the need to download additional software.

AirMedia works on the Crestron Flex digital workplace platform, while management and software updates for AirMedia can be handled through the Crestron XiO cloud service. AirMedia also supports a Dual LAN network so users can have both a private and guest network.

The AirMedia Presentation Systems portfolio includes three new products:

  • The AM-3100 receiver, a new, entry-level option that supports wireless presentation on the secure AirMedia network, suited to smaller applications such as huddle spaces, education and stand-up spaces where simple wireless presentation is needed.
  • The AM-3200 receiver, an updated version of the legacy AirMedia device, brings additional features, including an audio output for interfacing with room audio, Dual LAN network, HDMI input to support wired and wireless presentation on a single room system, and RS232 and IR ports for built-in display control.
  • The AM-TX3-100 Connect adaptor.

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