DisplayNote to unveil Launcher software at ISE 2020

DisplayNote will debut Launcher software for Windows 10 at the Amsterdam show, demonstrating Launcher’s functions and how using a mobile device can turn a shared meeting room display into a personal device.

An early version of Launcher was demonstrated at InfoComm 2019 with the Launcher mobile app able to use a ‘tokenised’ authentication protocol built on Bluetooth Low Energy to allow smartphones to passively emit a signal that represents the user on the shared display. 

Launcher is compatible with video conferencing platforms including Zoom, GoToMeeting, BlueJeans, Skype for Business and Microsoft Teamx with Launcher featuring presence detection technology to allow meeting participants to use their own devices. 

Users can create their identity within the Launcher app using an Office 365 account; The app also communicates with the Launcher software on the touch display or mini PC. Users get temporary access to One Drive, Microsoft Teams, Skype and personal company calendar applications on the main meeting room display. 

Users can also launch URLs from the home screen, importing and exporting personal settings for secure deployment, with the application reverting to a room state with no data stored on the display when a user disconnects. 

ISE 2020 will run from 11 - 14 February 2020 at the Amsterdam RAI, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. 
 

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