TrueConf and Sennheiser have released TrueConf Weathervane, a multiple camera control solution for conference systems. The joint solution integrates with the Sennheiser ADN conference system controller and points PTZ cameras to the preset positions assigned to microphone consoles. Thanks to this approach, speakers are automatically displayed on-screen without manual configuration.
This joint venture between TrueConf and Sennheiser will expand the application scope of conference systems and AV equipment. An integrated solution to manage multiple cameras eliminates the need to purchase, program and maintain expensive hardware control systems designed for conference equipment automation.
TrueConf Weathervane is available for download on TrueConf website.
Sennheiser ADN is a hardware solution for medium to large conference rooms that consists of digital discussion central unit and delegate units. Sennheiser features AES encryption to secure personal data and avoid sensitive information leakage. Additionally, Sennheiser delegate units can be integrated with a wide range of gooseneck microphones to meet various purposes, which makes it a perfect solution for any conference room.
“We are proud to become a technology partner of one of the world’s leading manufacturers of conference systems and audio solutions,” comments Dmitry Odintsov, TrueConf CBDO. “The integration between TrueConf Weathervane and Sennheiser conference systems is designed to meet automatic PTZ camera control challenge thanks to innovative and free software.”
“Innovative technologies, honest partnership and strong customer focus are the key points that set apart our companies,” says Andrey Sheremet, Leading Product Manager at Sennheiser. “Our joint software hardware system meets today’s customer requirements and is yet another example of successful cooperation of Russian-German engineers.”
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