More than 2500 organisations in 38+ countries are using the PanaCast daily to improve their communication and productivity. Over 200 universities are now adopting the PanaCast for lecture capture and huddle room deployments.
Return on investment in collaboration technology is measured in productivity gains - which, of course, first requires staff to adopt its use.
Of course, just placing new technology into the hands of your user community does not guarantee adoption. Great utilisation begins with a great user experience and a lot of that comes down to the ease-of-use of the user interface (UI).
A growing number of industry product developers and manufacturers are taking this towards its ultimate conclusion – fully automated video meetings. We are not there yet but more and more products are appearing that take us closer to that ideal.
The Huddle Hub One (HHO) wireless presentation system is one such product. The HHO addresses a major area of frustration when users want to share content from their mobile devices; smartphones, tablets or PCs.
The outstanding Jabra PanaCast camera stands out from the crowd! Read on to find out what makes it so great.
For larger companies, small meeting rooms, not previously considered viable for video capability are now being pressed into service and these smaller rooms, or Huddle Rooms as they are becoming known, create real challenges not just in the demand for low cost solutions but also around practical factors of vision and sound performance.
The PanaCast 2 camera works with all the main cloud video services including:
CISCO WebEx™, Google Hangouts®, Skype for Business®, Skype®, BlueJeans™, Zoom®, GoToMeeting®, Vidyo.
And with the new HDMI adapter, PanaCast 2 can now be used with any standards-based video-conferencing systems from Polycom®, CISCO®, Lifesize® etc. that accept HDMI auxiliary video inputs
For companies who have not yet adopted visual collaboration, there is a need for low-cost, enterprise-quality solutions that will work well in available meeting spaces.
For classroom use in education or enterprise training rooms where a single, fixed camera needs to see the whole class or to cover the teacher as she/he walks between lectern/table and whiteboard.
When the auditorium needs to be covered with a single fixed camera, the PanaCast 2 has both the field of view and the resolution detail to match the challenge. It can also easily cover the lecturer as he/she moves between the lectern/table and the whiteboard or blackboard.
Say goodbye to the awkward Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ) camera and Hello to PanaCast 2
“(PanaCast 2) is a very different form factor than the usual 1080p camera that we are using elsewhere in the lab. You can see it has no seams and it’s a very good picture quality.”
ScobleFuturist / Rackspace
“PanaCast…actually seems like something that would be both fun and exceedingly useful.”
SeoWriter / TechCrunch
“The actual image captured by the camera when we tried it in a lecture theatre (300+ seat) was perfect. Every seat in the frame, handled the lighting conditions well, good focus, seamlessly stitched. Very impressed.”
Sr. Project Manager of IT & Digital Services / University of Western Sydney
“… a great improvement over standard video chat experiences.” Read article
Editor-in-Chief / Engadget
“The panoramic view allowed me to see all five remote participants at the same time, and the 4k resolution provided great visual detail – allowing me to feel ‘connected’ to everyone in the meeting.”
What Ira M. Weinstein thinks about the PanaCast 2
Senior Analyst & Partner / Wainhouse Research
“We chose the PanaCast 2 video camera because it gives an immersive sense of participation to remote meeting participants. With PanaCast 2, there is no need to squeeze together to get into the scene or waste time panning and zooming like with a typical conference room camera.”
Jolean De KortJolean De Kort
Director Employee Technology / GoDaddy
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