Businesses seeking to reduce travel costs and carbon footprint in all parts of the world are exploring new communication and collaboration methods. One of the most effective solutions to the modern business environment is Telepresence, which is the next big step for video conferencing systems.
Video conferencing – linking real-time audio and video to remote conversation – has been working long enough, until recently, technology has not been a really effective solution to business needs. This has changed with the emergence of better methods of network communication and access to high speed broadband dramatically increased bandwidth.
Thanks to the enhanced bandwidth and the sophistication and availability of high-fidelity voice recording equipment and processors, thanks to the highest-quality video telepresence technology (Telepresence). By using the name of the "far away" Greek prefix, this type of system provides high-definition and stereophonic sound for unprecedented realities, encourages and facilitates remote collaboration.
In addition to high-speed communication, Telepresence settings depend on the use of high-definition television (HDTV) systems. Screens and cameras are Telepresence's "meeting room" so the participants sitting on each other can see each other directly.
This gives the impression that they are in the same room as each other, despite the fact that only the Telepresence system is linked; in short, removes videoconferencing problems where setting up cameras and screens leads to participants dramatically drawing different lines, disrupting diving into co-operation.
Screens are linked to an open widescreen screen that simulates the other side of the desktop surface, complemented by an extended audio system where the speakers are placed so that the sound comes from that person. remote site. This is contrary to the settings where the sound comes from recorded positions, such as in the center of the table or in a loudspeaker.
As technology relies on a number of well-placed modular systems, a separate meeting room is required to set telepresence. However, the cost of maintaining a site for virtual co-operation is almost always offset by saving travel costs and losing hours of face-to-face travel.
Increasing pressure forces businesses to reduce their environmental impact – in particular as financial incentives – to make the telepresence an attractive prospect for many large and small companies.
Source by SBOBET