Bosch has extended its IP-based Dicentis Conference System with Dicentis Flush, a new range of devices for permanent installations. Its modular design allows specifiers/installers to tailor the system to the meeting type. The modules are sleek, with a black finish that complements any interior, making it suitable for modern and historic conference locations.
It can use existing IP infrastructure and PoE, while functions include voting and identification. It can support up to four delegate positions when two microphones are shared (when social distancing restrictions are lifted), which will aid space saving and cost reduction.
All modules are click-to-fit, with easy flush-mounting into metal or wood surfaces. They can be seamlessly combined with other Dicentis tabletop devices, or with the Dicentis interpreter desk. Once connected, it immediately adopts the Dicentis settings – no need to restart the system. The Dicentis server-based system architecture makes integration with third-party applications and future cloud-based services easy, claims Bosch.
The modules allow participants to choose a preferred language, listen to a speech and/or address delegates. All modules can combine into one functional, straightforward device. User actions only light up when the respective function is active, allowing delegates to focus on the discussion.