Windows collaboration display
Walk in. Plug in. Work together.
Come and see the Windows collaboration display in action for yourself! Register for free and visit us at UC EXPO in ExCel, London, stand E125, 15 – 16 May 2019. Join us there for our seminar on How and why IoT sensors improve collaboration and wellness in meetings.
Download the report below from Sharp and workplace psychologist Dr Oseland on Creating the perfect meeting environment: How IoT sensors and smart building management will improve collaboration and wellness in meetings.
The Windows collaboration display from Sharp is the next generation 70” interactive display, where you can start working together in your meetings instantly. It meets Microsoft’s specifications and also works seamlessly with the best Microsoft 365 collaboration tools.
Built with IoT sensors, the Windows collaboration display can work with Microsoft Azure Digital Twins to monitor and optimise your smart meeting room environments and collaboration spaces.
Awards for our Windows collaboration display
- 2019 Top New Technology (TNT) Award for displays. CE Pro and Commercial Integrator magazines.
- Best New Collaboration Board in the 2019 Best of ISE Awards. rAVe publications.
Always smarter meetings
Simply ‘plug and play’ with the Windows collaboration display. It’s USB-C cable enables you to connect quickly and easily so you can just get started.
Wherever you are, whether in meetings, boardrooms or training rooms, you can save up to 10 minutes* in waiting for the meeting to start and in setting up video conferencing for those joining remotely.
Using our award-winning capacitive touch technology, along with the best collaboration tools available such as Microsoft 365 and Microsoft teams, your meetings can be taken to another level.
* Total Economic Impact™ Study, Forrester Consulting, February 2016.
Always smarter buildings
With its IoT sensor hub containing a comprehensive array of sensor endpoints, you can monitor the meeting environment in your smart building, looking at areas such as:
- Meeting occupancy
- Temperature and humidity
- Ambient light
- Air quality levels
This spatial intelligence offers the chance for better heating, cooling, and room-booking systems which together create a more comfortable meeting room environment.
Always smarter insight
New cloud-based services offer exciting ways of managing data and getting new insights into the management of assets and resources. The WCD sensor array data can be worked on with AI algorithms based in the cloud, or simply get cleaned up and returned for real-time use. The Azure Digital Twins platform can host innovative subscription apps, which provide tangible value for facilities management, or simply making meeting rooms more comfortable.