On show at ISE 2014 will be the Resource Management Suite (RMS) from AMX, which is said to have become much more flexible and virtually maintenance-free with the arrival of RMS Cloud. Now, much of the functionality of RMS can be taken advantage of without installing and managing physical infrastructure.
As a cloud-based software service, acquisition of RMS AV asset management is claimed to be easier than before, and no longer requires on-site server setup and management.
AMX will also demonstrating the capabilities of its new standalone Quick Response Scheduling (QRS) function, which offers RMS Server users a simple, cost-effective way to provide a view of every RMS-managed room schedule on any mobile device – simply by scanning the QR code mounted near the room entrance.
The ninth and tenth model configurations of AMX’s Enova DVX All-In-One Presentation Switcher, the DVX-3156HD-SP and DVX-3156HD-T, will also be on display. Featuring four built-in AMX DXLink distance transport inputs, these latest models are suited to supporting conference rooms, classrooms and flexible meeting spaces requiring multiple distant connection points.