NEW DELHI: Tech giant
has launched a range of ‘Back to Business’ solutions for retail as well as commercial establishments. These new solutions include outdoor displays and video conferencing solutions that will help businesses resume normal operations.
The new range of intelligent outdoor display and signage boards can be used by businesses for crowd monitoring, body temperature measurement, and mask detection as well as for displaying offers of the day and corporate messages, ensuring all social distancing protocols are followed.
Samsung has also partnered with
CISCO Webex adn Logitech
in order to offer meeting room and video conferencing solutions. The company claims that the Samsung smart Signage and the Cisco Webex Room Kits are compatible and seamlessly use the Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) technology which simplifies the operation of displays by automatically configuring settings. Some of the key features of the solution include:
-Intelligent video conferencing: This helps in creating a smooth video conference experience. It automatically enters the optimized mode to minimize lag in video playback, eliminate echo and solve lip-syncing issues
- Smart operation of displays: The solutions facilitate smart operations by using a mutual connection.
-Webex on Flip:
and Cisco Room Kit Mini comes with the ability to share and source content from multiple connected devices.
- Conference cameras: Samsung’s collaboration with Logitech would allow Logitech's USB-compatible conference cams and webcams to pair with Samsung displays and transform any location into an integrated workspace
Speaking about the new solutions, Puneet Sethi, vice president, Consumer Electronics Enterprise Business, Samsung India, said, “We understand the changing needs of businesses in the current times. Keeping that in mind, our innovative solutions are designed to enhance productivity, increase collaboration and help businesses connect with their consumers even as they practice caution. Our new display solution line up reinvents our offerings as businesses resume operations.”