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Yamaha collaboration presents unique hybrid education solutions

One-day AVExpo at Cambridge Judge Business School, part of the University of Cambridge, also featured tech from AVer, Kramer, Speech-i and Viewsonic

Yamaha has worked with AVer, Kramer, Speech-i and Viewsonic to showcase unique hybrid education solutions at Cambridge Judge Business School, part of the University of Cambridge.

The one-day AVExpo to present highly scalable, flexible systems for modern educational workflows was arranged by Yamaha Music Europe application specialist Scott Coltham, assisted by senior pro AV engineer Mark Collins, in collaboration with David Amann, AV & multimedia specialist at Cambridge Judge.

Yamaha was joined by manufacturers AVer, Kramer, Speech-i and Viewsonic to present highly scalable, flexible systems which are ideal for modern educational workflows.

Yamaha showcased its ADECIA remote conferencing audio solution, together with its range of network switches to handle AV over IP and control traffic. They were complemented by cameras and auto-tracking software presented by AVer, Kramer’s showcase of equipment for video, control and wireless content sharing, the Cabolo real-time transcription and translation solution demonstrated by Speech-i and Viewsonic’s interactive display technologies.

“The demonstrations highlighted how these technologies work seamlessly together to create a broad range of solutions to fit into a modern workflow, with the focus on both quality and ease of use,” said Collins. “They allow presenters to focus on presenting, fully confident that students are getting the best experience.

“Importantly, with events like these, the customer can communicate with the five companies at once, simplifying the decision process for high end AV and presentation systems.”

Amann added: “It was my pleasure to host this event and see the manufacturers working together to form a fully integrated solution, which featured a wide range of technologies. Events such as this are hugely valuable to the tech community here at Cambridge, as well as our teaching faculty and professional support staff.”