At its core, video conferencing (also known as telepresence) is specifically designed to emulate the face-to-face meeting experience by making the best use of technology resources.
Video conferencing will never replace important face-to-face meetings. However, these technologies offer your business, classroom or organization a broad range of rewards for meetings that would traditionally be held over the phone.
Team Building: Video conferencing allows remote teammates to see each other as often as if they were in the same office, building camaraderie without the associated stresses of business travel.
Real-time Collaboration: Organizations can deal with large amounts of rich data and collaborate from multiple locations in real time, with the visual and multi-media capabilities of telepresence and video conferencing.
Carbon Footprint Reduction: Video conferencing allows you to dramatically reduce CO2 emissions caused by automobiles and airplanes. Consider this:
In the U.S. alone, an average 5-day-a-week commute releases more than 5,000 pounds of CO2 annually, per employee.
Imagine the reduced emissions – not to mention traffic congestion – if each employee was allowed to telecommute even one day a week!
Cost Savings: Video conferencing technology allows your organization to reduce travel expenses such as fuel, airfare, hotels, restaurant charges and cab fare.
Audio Visual Integration
Why go with an AV integrator? Because large, integrated video conferencing and telepresence systems require special attention to elements such as room size, acoustics, microphone and camera placement options, IP/ISDN networks, and control systems that tie everything together.
At AVI Systems, our experience with complex video conferencing systems is what sets us apart from the standard dealer. We know the technology and can provide exactly what you need – and only what you need – to create a superior, easy-to-use video conferencing system.
We offer video conferencing equipment from the world’s leading manufacturers and can integrate these technologies into a variety of environments – from small meeting rooms and mid-sized classrooms to large venue presentation rooms and everything in between.
Our ultimate goal: create “walk up and use” technology that the average worker can easily understand and use – without getting distracted by the complexity of the technology.
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