Make Your Office Smarter
With the windows collaboration display from Sharp.
Imagine comfortable business meetings with better space utilization, more productive collaboration, and minimal setup. It’s now possible through the Windows collaboration display (WCD) from Sharp!
This system (PN-CD701) includes a next-generation 4K 70″ Class (69.5” diagonal) interactive display, built-in microphone, 4K camera, and IoT sensor hub that works seamlessly with the best Microsoft 365 collaboration tools. It’s all backed by the cloud to deliver outstanding ease of use and enable the continual analysis of meeting room conditions and usage.
Plug & Play
Save up to 10 minutes* by simply entering a room and plugging in a laptop computer via USB-C cable! The connector provides high-speed, high-bandwidth data transfer for multiple functions, including 4K Video, internet network, and application data. In addition, a wireless casing allows Windows and Android devices to share information as well.
Create a Smarter Building Environment
Built-in sensors connecting to the Microsoft Azure Digital Twins IoT platform and other commercially available cloud services, such as Synappx Workspaces, can help provide a more comfortable, energy-efficient meeting. This includes:
Its intelligent climate measurement can be used by an AI service to automatically regulate the room temperature and relative humidity to make the room feel comfortable.
A motion sensor can detect the presence of any people in the room and an AI service can analyze this data and count the number of people. Additionally, an AI service can detect the location of whoever is speaking and control a three-dimensional microphone array to focus on the relevant person.
Levels of air quality and temperature in the meeting room can be measured and can assist another AI service to automatically adjust the air conditioning to provide the best possible working environment.
An ambient light sensor helps with intelligent lighting control, as it automatically measures the level of light. An AI service could then adjust the in-room lighting system with changing day and night conditions, which can reduce eye strain and may save money on wasted energy.