Combining a conference system with a remote meeting solution
For several reasons - illness, maternity leave, travel ban due to cost savings, or government restrictions such as Covid-19 physical distancing guidelines - it might not always be possible to meet in person. In these remote meetings, the audio quality is often questionable and in meetings with many participants, it is often hard to see who is talking.
This is exactly why facilitating remote solutions becomes more important. You need good an accessible solutions that make remote meetings as natural and efficient as possible. Bosch offers a wide range of conference solutions that can be easily connected to any remote meeting solutions. These not only provide the perfect solution for remote audio distribution, but can also facilitate remote video distribution.
Benefits from the perfect combination of a Bosch conference system with a remote meeting solution
Bosch conference solutions can be used inside any conference room. Depending on the needs of your organization, you can chose the future proof and fully-featured IP-based DICENTIS Conference System, or go for the more straightforward, cost-effective CCS 1000 D Digital Discussion System.
When safeguarding the integrity of the building while also needing quick set-up and breakdown times, the WiFi-based DICENTIS Wireless Conference System is the perfect match.
To make the solution complete in the meeting room, you also need third party system components.
Single meeting room setup, connecting multiple remote participants
In this first setup, the remote participants are equipped with a webcam and a headset and they all follow the proceedings on the same remote meeting platform as in the meeting room.
Multiple meeting room setup, connecting different locations
In this second setup, due to cost savings or flight restrictions, a group of participants cannot travel so it is necessary to connect two remote meeting sites with each other. Both meeting sites are equipped with professionally installed conference equipment. In both conference rooms, a computer is running the same collaboration software: either Skype, Teams, Zoom or other platforms. The locations can be further configured based on their individual setups: either with an AV bridge or with a single camera connected to the computer with the collaboration software. For details check the previous scenario.